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    Property Week Digital Edition - 24 March 2023


    Experts say £1m planning funding for councils is not enough; Overseas investors are poised to buy repriced assets in London as market shows signs of levelling off; Sue Young, The Wildlife Trusts’ head of land use planning, on how developers that respect nature can avoid project delays and boost the ...

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    Property Week Digital Edition - 17 March 2023


    Spring Budget failure to cut business rates seen as ‘disappointing’; RICS board chair Martin Samworth on why he took on the tough role of putting the organisation back on track in the wake of its governance scandal; Supreme Court’s quashing of planning permission in Shrewsbury could set precedent for community ...

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    Property Week Digital Edition - 10 March 2023


    Will the combination of high profits from energy sales and falling property values lead to a rise in investments from sovereign wealth funds? Lessons for the UK from New Zealand’s planning-law reforms. 

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    Property Week Digital Edition – 3 March 2023


    New national chair at Women in Property Chithra Marsh outlines plans to improve industry diversity and equality – As BP plans £1bn expansion of its network, can private sector meet demand for EV charging stations? – Report shows office occupiers unready for new energy-efficiency standards 

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    Property Week Digital Edition - 24 February 2023


    Call to overhaul affordable homes model - London mayor’s call for new 30m-plus resi blocks to have second staircases raises fears about viability of schemes - Why offering employees access to the right flexible workspace can be crucial for companies looking to attract and retain the best staff

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    Property Week Digital Edition – 17 February 2023


    Avison Young UK executive chair Jo Davis on how the firm plans to build on its strengths and move into new areas under its transformation strategy  – With sustainability high on the agenda, developers are seeing the social and financial value of converting heritage buildings into unique workspaces

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    Property Week Digital Edition – 10 February 2023


    London Gateway development director Oliver Treneman on the next wave of growth for the giant logistics park – Housing association Aster’s CIO on overcoming the challenges of delivering new homes - Study shows disabled people under-represented as property job seekers

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    Property Week digital edition - 3 February 2023


    New register requires UK investors to be more vigilant on overseas vendors; Assael Architecture’s Katie Cairns on how housing developers can help meet government’s net zero target;  Supreme Court ruling in landmark Blacks service charge case offers hope for both landlords and tenants

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    Property Week Digital Edition – 27 January 2023


    West Midlands mayor Andy Street on helping to land big investments from public and private players – Why more developers are choosing to retrofit rather than demolish and redevelop heritage buildings - The industrial boom may be ending, but experts say the long-term outlook is good 

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    Property Week Digital Edition - 20 January 2023


    Lendlease submits £3.5bn vision for London’s Silvertown; Demand in less affluent areas found to be driving growth in rental market; BPF chief executive Melanie Leech on how the organisation aims to aid the industry by strengthening key relationships with the public sector and government

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    Property Week Digital Edition - 13 January 2023


    Construction material inflation falls from 2022 peak; Moda’s James Blakey and MP Peter Kyle on lessons from Hove BTR scheme; Exeter tops list of UK locations tipped for fastest recovery from recession

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    Property Week Digital Edition – 16 December 2022


    NHF to develop action plan to improve social housing; Find out who won the coveted prizes as Property Week celebrated the cream of the student property sector at last week’s annual Student Accommodation Awards ceremony; ESG, planning, building safety and the future of the office are key themes in our ...

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    Property Week Digital Edition – 9 December 2022


    Industry dismayed as Gove waters down housing targets; Retail-to-office schemes could play a key role in reviving Oxford Street;  As consumers tighten their belts and order fewer takeaways, are the brakes about to be applied to the rapidly growing dark kitchens market?

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    Property Week Digital Edition – 2 December 2022


    Mark Chivers talks to Lem Bingley about the mammoth task – and enormous portfolio – he faces as the government’s chief property officer - Soon to retire Connells chairman Stephen Shipperley reflects on how resi has evolved in his 45-year career - Good news for high street retailers

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    Property Week Digital Edition – 25 November 2022


    Industry angered by Tory revolt on housing target vote - Speakers atPW ’s WorkSpace event say occupiers need flexible space strategy - The pros and cons of the range of sustainability benchmarking systems that have sprung up to help guide developers on the road to net zero ...

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    Property Week Digital Edition – 18 November 2022


    Green developer Human Nature aims to produce UK’s most sustainable scheme with debut resi project - Northstone director on how the housebuilder and wider sector are rising to net zero challenge - Supreme Court ruling in Aberdovey case may invalidate legal standing of older UK masterplans

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    Property Week Digital Edition – 11 November 2022


    Government urged to set later-living homes target; Northern Ireland Housing Executive’s cancellation of unviable construction contracts shows threat from inflation; Council for Licensed Surveyors warns members to brace themselves for a slowdown in the housing market

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    Property Week Digital Edition – 4 November 2022


    Nationwide records fall in house prices; Landsec office report finds occupiers need to improve ‘hybrid hotchpotch’ work practices to keep staff happy; With footfall still down on pre-Covid-19 levels, shopping centres are looking to leisure and food and beverage offers to pull in the customers

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    Property Week Digital Edition – 28 October 2022


    McCarthy Stone CEO says retirement specialist’s focus on affordability has helped it emerge stronger from the pandemic - Case concerning unauthorised use of Michael Caine’s image in an agent’s advert raises copyright issues - Research shows BTR sector set for strong growth

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    Property Week Digital Edition – 21 October 2022


    Mount Anvil and Kew Gardens study aims to help developers improve the biodiversity of residential schemes - Housing secretary signals government will get tough on developers that fail to remediate unsafe cladding - Housing Hand COO on what the Rental Reform Bill means for PRS