Emma is senior reporter at Property Week covering City offices and the North West. She is a former deputy news editor of Commercial Motor magazines.
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The real estate’s confidence in investor and developer finance from overseas has plummeted in the last six months in the face of global economic and political uncertainty.
Two flexible office providers, Campfire and Prospect Business Centres, have been forced to close centres in the latest illustration of how difficult it is to compete in London’s crowded flexible office market.
The University of Manchester has narrowed its search for a development and investment partner for its £1.5bn ID Manchester scheme to six parties.
Student accommodation developer Crosslane Group is to enter the co-living market, with a pipeline of more than 1,700 units at a value of £355m.
Selfridges Group is about to make its first foray into flexible working after signing a management agreement deal with operator Fora at 388-396 Oxford Street.
Former HFF Europe boss Jamie Pope has been appointed as the chair of Knight Frank’s London capital markets team.
Aviva Investors has been granted planning for a new City of London office building, One Liverpool Street.
None of the 200,000 starter homes planned by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government have been built, according to the National Audit Office.
Property Week and Dentons assembled an expert panel from across the retirement living industry to discuss the key challenges the relatively new UK sector must overcome if it is to grow to the larger scale seen in other countries.
Brookfield-owned Student Roost has completed a forward-funding deal for a 472-bed student accommodation scheme in Nottingham to the tune of around £45m, Property Week can reveal.
IWG is in advanced talks to buy Central Working after the London-based flexible workspace provider collapsed into administration earlier this week, Property Week can reveal.
Peter Taylor says his main aim is to provide good-quality social and affordable homes in the growing town