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  • UCEM

    Video: surveying apprenticeships with UCEM


    Across two interview videos, UCEM principal Ashley Wheaton talks to Property Week about the institution’s history from providing correspondence courses to becoming the leading provider of supported online education in the Built Environment, with more than 4,000 students worldwide. 

  • RESIcast SoRESI

    RESIcast: the role of housing associations in the evolving resi sector


    Speaking ahead of this year’s RESI Convention, Kush Rawal, commercial director of SoResi, and Martin Bellinger, executive chairman of Guildmore, discuss the role of housing associations in the ever-changing UK housing sector. 

  • Hannah Parker ZPG video

    Video: using property data in the new build market


    The average UK homeowner is now staying in their property for 21 years, according to data from Hometrack. With this in mind, new homes developers have a challenge on their hands; how do you engage existing homeowners in this slow moving market, and keep ahead of your competition?

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    Helping to build Heathrow will help to build Britain’s future


    As Heathrow prepares the final airport expansion masterplan, it is inviting proposals from UK businesses and leaders that will help the airport maximise the benefits for the consumer, minimise impacts for local people and ensure the most innovative methods and technology are utilised as construction begins.

  • AdReach

    Why property professionals are using retargeting


    Retargeting enables businesses to maximise the effectiveness of their digital marketing, by displaying your adverts to people who’ve already visited your site as they continue to browse the internet.

  • Share of housing sales by type of buyer existing owners at lowest share of sales

    Future proofing new build sales rates


    Housebuilders need to start looking outside of the first time buyers market to drive sales. 

  • Man signing contract

    Regulation and tax changes will start to impact on investors in 2018


    There have been several governmental and regulatory initiatives impacting landlords and investors over the past 18 months but importantly, 2018 represents the first year in which the impact of these changes will actually be felt in the shape of their tax bill.

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    Make the most of your online marketing


    There is a general acceptance in the industry that the commercial agency sector is behind the residential sector with regard to online marketing.

  • Nick Leslau

    My memories of Lehman's collapse: Nick Leslau


    “As the global markets went into meltdown, there was a risk that the fruits of my entire adult working life would disappear before my eyes”

  • Paul-Graham

    Two new classes for logistics property


    Rapidly evolving procurement and occupier needs mean the international real estate market is playing catch up. The continued consolidation of the world’s largest businesses, coupled with the explosion of internet shopping has resulted in new distribution channels to market, and two new classes of property.

  • Battersea aerial view

    Battersea launch puts you inside new world order


    Yesterday’s event marking the start of the redevelopment of Battersea Power Station was an incredible occasion, for lots of reasons.

  • Liz Peace

    Emphasis on infrastructure offers a glimmer of hope


    As is often the case with major Government announcements, the national media were so extensively briefed ahead of the Spending Review that surprises were few and far between.

  • Mike Rees

    It’s not too late for Cardiff to adapt its ill-conceived LDP


    Cardiff’s emerging Local Development Plan (LDP) is long overdue, largely owing to criticisms and questions over its deliverability.  Current proposals raise concerns about the scale of development; 45,400 new homes focused on four greenfield locations around the outskirts of the city by 2026. 

  • Morgan Garfield

    Retail Rocks: Insane? I'm totally rational, honest....


    Who in their right mind would buy a shopping centre in a secondary town or the third shopping centre in a bigger city today?

  • Michael Chadburn

    London remains a key location for overseas money


    Established real estate markets in the UK, Western Europe and North America have all benefitted from the influx of overseas funds into established property assets over the past five years. 

  • David Levenson

    The cyber supermen from Google are not easily taxed!


    To the Odeon Leicester Square to hear Eric Schmidt and Jared Cohen, the magnificent Google men, talking about the “New Digital Age” – which happens to be the title of their latest book.

  • Matt Kerrigan

    Why Housing Associations should look to make the most of commercial assets


    When we attempt to examine the impact the recent welfare reforms will have on Housing Associations (HA’s) and the income they generated from existing housing stock, and factor in the reduced support from the government and decreased bank lending, it isn’t hard to see why many HA’s are looking for ...

  • Matt Kerrigan

    Liverpool - a safe haven for commercial property investment?


    It’s true that the commercial property sector hasn’t had an easy path since the global financial crisis of 2008. Prices fell by a staggering amount and remain lower than pre credit crunch highs.

  • House Drawing

    Putting the case forward for maintenance and repair


    The recent approval of the Growth and Infrastructure Bill together with promises from the Government to fund new housing development no doubt has its advantages.

  • Fred Hargreaves BNP Paribas

    Looking East


    Fred Hargreaves, executive director of city agency at BNP Paribas RealEstate, the leading property adviser, explains why Stratford is one of London’s most up and coming office locations.