All Digital Edition articles – Page 3

  • PW cover 200522 index

    Property Week Digital Edition – 20 May 2022


    Coverage of the PW RESI Awards 2022 gives a run down of the housing sector stars this year – Crate to Plate’s plans to roll out more vertical farms on urban sites could be the start of a revolution in the way food is grown and distributed – Queen’s Speech ...

  • PW cover 13052022 index

    Property Week Digital Edition – 13 May 2022


    Kajima Properties’ European MD John Harcourt on why the firm has kept a low profile whilst building a portfolio – Developer Manner and its adviser on plans to build a PBSA development at former HoF site – How hybrid working is causing a shift in type of offices occupiers are ...

  • pw cover 060522 index

    Property Week Digital Edition – 6 May 2022


    Palace Capital CEO Neil Sinclair on how developing York scheme at height of pandemic reflects faith in the regions – Why The Crown Estate and Landsec are re-tendering for retail agents – Traditionally overlooked as a building material for larger structures, why timber is now winning over architects

  • PW cover 29042022 index

    Property Week Digital Edition – 29 April 2022


    InfinitSpace CEO Wybo Wijnbergen on the flex space start-up’s plans to roll out a white-label service for landlords – Experts urge asset owners to assess flood risk and prepare better defences against impact of the climate crisis – editor Liz Hamson bids adieu to Property Week after eight years

  • PW cover 22042022 index

    Property Week Digital Edition – 22 April 2022


    LCR Property CEO Peter Hawthorne on how the public body plans to unlock a further 300 sites – VervLife MD Katherine Rose on how the new consultancy is targeting BTR and future prospects for the sector – Is housing secretary Michael Gove using housebuilders in a bid to solve cladding ...

  • PW cover 150422 index

    Property Week Digital Edition – 15 April 2022


    After a series of delays, the Titanic Quarter regeneration project at Belfast’s Harland & Wolff shipyard is gaining momentum – Women in Property chair urges industry to speed up glacial pace at which gender pay gap is narrowing – Experts say government’s new Energy Security Strategy is flawed

  • PW cover 08042022 index

    Property Week Digital Edition – 8 April 2022


    The competitive socialising sector is bouncing back post-pandemic as landlords let retail space to operators offering fun leisure experiences – Is a brighter future in store for Wrexham following Hollywood actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney’s purchase of the town’s football club?

  • PW cover 01042022 index

    Property Week Digital Edition – 1 April 2022


    Rosie Toogood, CEO of L&G’s modular housing arm, explains how the firm plans to disrupt mass housebuilding as Property Week tours its factory – In the wake of the pandemic, investors and developers are keen to create greener and healthier workspace in response to occupiers’ flight to quality

  • PW Cover 250322 index

    Property Week Digital Edition – 25 March 2022


    B&Q business development director Chris Bargate on why the group is rolling out smaller-format stores – War in Ukraine casts inevitable shadow over return of first March Mipim conference since 2019 –  Will recently passed Economic Crime Bill be effective in revealing overseas owners of UK property?

  • PW cover 180322 index

    Property Week Digital Edition – 18 March 2022


    How a decade spent squatting in London buildings inspired Dan Simon to set up creative workspace provider Interim Spaces – Unite Students report looks at issue of racism in university accommodation –  Industry experts question feasibility of white paper’s plans to level up UK’s regions 

  • PW cover 110322 index

    Property Week Digital Edition – 11 March 2022


    Women in property discuss progress towards equality – Partners in Climate Crisis Challenge address key issues – How agencies pick new markets for expansion and bed in overseas operations – GLP duo on growth of the European logistics giant

  • PW cover 040322 index

    Property Week Digital Edition – 4 March 2022


    Cal Lee, head of Savills’ Workthere flex workspace business, on the firm’s first five years and its future growth plans – Skatepark design company Betongpark says UK developers are warming up to the format –  How will the crackdown on Russian capital affect the UK property market?

  • PW cover 250222 index

    Property Week Digital Edition – 25 February 2022


    A Covid-driven leap in sales was a welcome plot twist for independent book stores, which are undergoing a revival in non-high-street locations – Industry attacks government’s ‘unfair’ proposals for cladding remediation –  Property Week editor Liz Hamson on the fallout from the Ukraine saga

  • PW Perspectives Spring 2022 cover index

    PW Perspectives supplement Spring 2022


    Four big think pieces from thought leaders in the property industry.

  • PW cover 180222 index

    Property Week Digital Edition – 18 February 2022


    As we launch the third year of The Climate Crisis Challenge campaign, we call for radical collaboration to help set the industry on the path to net zero – Can new housing minister Stuart Andrew allay industry frustrations? – OakNorth Bank’s head of debt on its resi lending and the ...

  • PW cover 110222 index

    Property Week Digital Edition – 11 February 2022


    While 2021 take-up figures show the office is far from dead, post-Covid work trends could dent long-term demand – Comer Homes’ Brian Comer and Jack O’Brien on how levelling-up agenda will affect their development plans – Levelling Up White Paper disappoints with lack of detail 

  • PW cover 040222 index

    Property Week Digital Edition – 4 February 2022


    As the industrial boom sees supply dwindle, developers hunt for sites in other uses fit for conversion – Rendall & Rittner founder Duncan Rendall on lessons of Covid and who should foot the bill for cladding crisis – UNCLE founder Ryan Prince on its latest BTR scheme and future plans

  • PW cover 280122 index

    Property Week Digital Edition – 28 January 2022


    Thamesmead, the 1970s estate that featured in dystopian cult film A Clockwork Orange, is set for a remake – GPA chief executive Steven Boyd and chair Pat Ritchie on plans for the government estate – London Square CEO Adam Lawrence on the developer’s BTR ambitions

  • PW cover 210122 index

    Property Week Digital Edition – 21 January 2022


    More predictions for the year ahead from a range of key industry figures in the final part of our 2022 preview – Guy Grainger on how his experience as JLL’s EMEA head of sustainabilty will inform his plans to take the BPF forward – Birchgrove MD Honor Barratt on retirement ...

  • PW issue 14 Jan 22 index

    Property Week Digital Edition – 14 January 2022


    The ongoing pandemic and its economic effects, hopes for recovery and the growing importance of ESG are key issues highlighted by industry experts in part two of 2022 preview – Heads of council-backed FuturePlaces discuss Bournemouth regeneration – South East cities led recovery in Q4 2021