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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 ...
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 ...
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.
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
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
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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