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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
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
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
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
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 ...
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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