Analysis Features

  • SEGRO Park Rainham

    SEGRO in London: East side story


    SEGRO has big plans in east London, with 1.4m sq ft in the pipeline across five sites. Greater London director Alan Holland speaks to Property Week about working with the GLA, balancing resi and industrial and the firm’s future plans.

  • Spotlight 39

    PW Tech Bytes: how to tackle the tech test


    Earlier this month, experts gathered at Mishcon de Reya’s offices for the first in a series of Property Week TechByte seminars to discuss the way forward for the industry on its daunting but necessary proptech journey.

  • Retail trends

    Retail trends


    Technology has encroached on the high street but retailers are fighting back with imaginative offers.

  • Twitter debate #retailregen

    Twitter debate: discussing what’s in store for #retailregen


    When the going gets tough, the tough go shopping, as they say. Well, the going on the British high street has certainly got tougher in recent months, but with big-ticket retail-led regeneration projects taking shape all over the country, the question of how to make sure that shoppers and stores

  • Westfield

    Westfield extension: Westfield story


    The shopping centre in Shepherds Bush, London, is currently undergoing a £600m extension. Property Week joins director of development Duncan Bower on a tour of the construction site to find out what is in store.

  • PWMA awards 2017 - winners

    Property Week Management All-Stars awards: all-Star cast


    Celebrating the very best in property management at the second Property Week Management All-Stars awards.

  • Westgate Oxford

    Oxford in Wonderland: Westgate Oxford


    Property Week joins the throng at the themed opening of the UK’s latest shopping mall, Westgate Oxford, which is set to be a game-changer.

  • Escape rooms

    Escape rooms: the great escape


    Property Week checks out the latest entrant to the competitive socialising market - the escape room - and asks whether it’s here to stay or just a passing fad.

  • Søstrene Grene shop, Intu Victoria Square, Nottingham

    Scandinavian retailers: Scandi thrillers


    The wave of Scandinavian brand names appearing on UK high streets shows no signs of abating. Property Week finds out what is attracting them to these shores.

  • Junkyard Golf Club

    Junkyard Golf Club: putt up in lights


    Junkyard Golf Club began life as a pop-up in Manchester but this indoor entertainment brand is now taking root with permanent sites in major cities and big plans to expand throughout the UK.