Adam Branson is the former features editor and legal and professional editor at Property Week. He now writes for the magazine on a freelance basis.
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Council’s bankruptcy puts Broad Marsh retail project in doubt as other cash-strapped authorities sell assets.
Experts welcome regulator’s plan to make it quicker for schemes to connect to grid by culling unviable projects.
Experts say different needs of AI applications will transform data centres’ design, power needs and location.
Higher construction costs coupled with rising demand are pushing up prices in the purpose-built student accommodation sector. So, how can developers deliver affordable student accommodation in the current market, asks Property Week’s Adam Branson.
Industry experts have expressed anger at the government’s plans to delay its sustainability commitments.
As he wrestled with getting the economy back on track in the aftermath of the 2008-09 global financial crisis, then prime minister David Cameron was reported to have told ministers and civil servants alike to “cut the green crap”. This from a man who just a few years previously had ...
Rishi Sunak’s shift in the government’s net zero commitments last week managed to simultaneously incur the wrath of environmental campaigners, the automotive industry, energy companies and most of the property sector.
Industry supports call for government to unlock brownfield sites but says the policies could go a step further.
Experts welcome publication of the consultation into planning reform but find its contents disappointing.
Some remediation progress has been made but experts say many firms are ‘burying their heads in the sand’.
While housebuilders welcome the mooted return of the home ownership initiative, others are highly critical
Croydon’s Whitgift Centre is latest in a series of schemes looking to educational uses as new anchor tenants.