Alex writes for the Legal & Professional section of Property Week.
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Minimum energy efficiency standards for buildings set to be tightened, but enforcement appears unfunded
Lambeth Council’s planning applications committee has approved a new mixed-use scheme at 8 Albert Embankment in London.
An affiliate of Starwood Capital Group has acquired ten urban industrial estates in the UK totalling 1.6m sq ft for £200m.
Industry experts warn that manifesto promises to review system ‘just kick the problem into the long grass’
Today the Court of Appeal ruled in favour of Cornerstone Telecommunications against the University of London (UoL) in a landmark case that will have major consequences for telecoms operators and landlords.
Blackstone has notified the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission in Ireland of its intention to acquire Starwood’s five office assets in Dublin, which have a value of €535m.
Some firms have policies to support transgender staff but LGBT groups say industry needs to do much more
The RICS has been urged to amend the template letter in its global anti-money laundering guidance to bring it in line with HMRC regulations and EU rules.
Report outlines fire safety changes property owners must make but wider recommendations are yet to come
Cosmo Authentic World Kitchen will occupy 9,635 sq ft at the centre as part of a redevelopment project which opens in the summer of 2020. The £40m project will also include a VUE cinema and extensive retail space.
In a rare interview, Irish property developer Johnny Ronan reveals why he believes Dublin council needs to ‘do the right thing’ and change its stance on the development of tall towers in the city.
Remit Consulting report finds industry is failing to collect rents efficiently or treat tenants as customers