Alex writes for the Legal & Professional section of Property Week.
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City of London Corporation has unveiled its plans for the relocation of the three historic markets of Billingsgate, New Spitalfields and Smithfield to Dagenham Docks.
Housing secretary Robert Jenrick tells parliament that building owners who fail to remove combustible cladding will be publicly named and shamed.
The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC), which Property Week launched The Climate Crisis Challenge in partnership with last week, has released new energy performance targets for offices aiming for net-zero-carbon status.
Richard Desmond’s plans for the £1bn Westferry Printworks site on the Isle of Dogs, which were previously rejected by the planning inspector, have now been given the green light.
UK Commercial Property REIT has completed the sale of Meadowside House – an office investment in Apsley, Hemel Hempstead – to Aprirose.
Evidence indicates that the system is being abused, but how likely is it that the government will intervene?
WeWork arranged a $1.75bn (£1.33bn) credit line with Goldman Sachs, which is currently being syndicated.
Scottish housebuilder Springfield has gained planning permission for a village development in Stirling.
Plans to allow homeowners to add extra storeys without planning permission come under fire from industry.
This year 32,000 new beds have entered the student accommodation market in the UK, according to new data from Cushman & Wakefield.