Analysis Features

  • Brexit

    Article 50: experts' views a year on


    It is a year to the day since Article 50 was triggered and a year to the day before the transition period marking the UK’s exit from the EU formally begins. We ask senior industry figures what impact Brexit has had on the market so far, how they feel now compared with this time last year – and what

  • RESI Senate Lunch

    RESI Senate Lunch: the time is ripe for resi refresh


    Cluttons brought together a range of experts at the first-ever RESI Senate Lunch at this year’s Mipim to discuss how the residential sector is placed to deal with the housing crisis, the prospect of a Labour government, the risks of Brexit and attracting young people to the construction industry.

  • Huf Haus UK show home

    Huf Haus: all mod cons


    German modular housebuilder Huf Haus tells Property Week why it is expanding into apartments and offices – and increasingly the UK.

  • Car parks roundtable

    Driving change in the car parks sector


    The car park sector is at an interesting juncture. Driven by government policy around air quality as well as the rise in urban living, car trips in city centres are declining. On the other hand, the automotive sector is at the forefront of technological advances, presenting a huge opportunity for

  • Make a racket 2018 42

    Mipim 2018: game, set and match to LandAid


    This year’s Mipim Tennis Classic smashed last year’s total to raise more than £35,000 for the property industry charity - Emanuele Midolo reports

  • Storey flexible workspace

    Storey flexible workspace: success Storey


    British Land duo James Lowery and Joff Sharpe show Property Week what sets their new flexible workspace brand apart from the crowd.

  • Boxpark, Wembley Way

    Food halls: hall to play for


    Market Halls is the latest operator to put a social dining offering on the menu for foodies.

  • Nestlé factory site, Hayes, west London

    Sheds & beds: an unusual Nestlé blend


    At a former coffee factory in west London, SEGRO and Barratt are about to combine housing and industrial space in what could be the first of many large-scale ‘sheds and beds’ schemes.

  • John garwood canary wharf

    Canary sings a new tune: John Garwood interview


    Canary Wharf Group managing director John Garwood tells Property Week why it has diversified beyond its commercial heartland into residential – and what’s next on the agenda.

  • Extreme office makeover

    Manchester office market: extreme makeover


    Manchester’s popularity and a lack of new office stock are forcing occupiers to seek older space and landlords to refurbish it.