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Michael Gove’s intervention to prevent the South Bank’s former ITV Studios being demolished has big implications for the wider development sector; why sweet shops have replaced more upmarket stores on Oxford Street; the government is under pressure to reform EPCs to better re ect buildings’ operational energy performance
Lem Bingley on Grenfell’s grim legacy: five years on and still no end in sight; we reveal the star performers from across the industry in our 13-page coverage of last week’s Property Awards at Grosvenor House; housing market experts point to serious flaws in plan to extend right to buy ...
UKGBC chief executive Julie Hirigoyen on its new 2025 net zero strategy for the industry and why urgent action is needed to address climate change - Tristan Capital Partners’ Kristian Smyth on luxury end of later-living market - A long-planned conference centre and arena development in central Newcastle that will ...
As the nation celebrates the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, we take a look at some of the iconic buildings built over the seven decades of her reign – Agents battled it out on the pitch for the first PW Cup since 2019 – New twist in RICS governance saga after government ...
CACI data reveals the office locations that have been the biggest winners and losers in working-from-home – A year on from launch of IPSX, has the property trading exchange performed as well as expected? – Riverstone’s new wellbeing director on the healthcare aspect of later living
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 ...
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