Councils in London are increasingly taking payments from developers that wish to avoid their obligation to build affordable homes, according to a new report from business group London First and planning consultancy Turley.
In the wake of the terrorist attacks in the French capital, security is being stepped up at potential targets in the UK.
DTZ research shows rapidly growing TMT occupiers will take more space in London and overseas in 2013. Angela Jameson reports
Supermarket plans to open 50 M Local shops and 20 superstores in 2013.
Today could mark the beginning of the end for some small businesses, as the government abolishes empty rates relief
In the final part of her series on real estate revival, Angela Jameson predicts the likely impact of public sector cuts on the regions.
In the second of a series on sectors that are critical to a real estate revival
In the first of a series of four special features about sectors that need to lead real estate revival, Angela Jameson examines the energy sector
Government must make decisions on UK’s energy policies
Westminster last week imposed tough measures that will mean that most new restaurant and bar licences issued in the borough will only be granted until 11pm.