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    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

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    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?

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    PW Perspectives supplement Spring 2022


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

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    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

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    Industrial & Logistics supplement February 2022


    Upgrading stock to bring it in line with MEES could cost £30.5bn - Meet the US players ‘parking their tanks’ in the UK - Why sustainability is key at Magna Park MK - Five minutes with Andrew Pilsworth, SEGRO’s MD, national logistics

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    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 ...

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    ​Property must take the lead on improving biodiversity


    Later this year, COP15 – the equivalent to COP26 but with a focus on improving biodiversity – will take place in China. Last year, in the lead-up to COP26, it was encouraging to see real estate companies pledge to achieve net zero by 2050.

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    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 

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    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

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    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

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    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 ...

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    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

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    Property Week Digital Edition – 7 January 2022


    Industry experts share hopes and fears for year set to be a rollercoaster, addressing key issues such as the pandemic’s continuing impact, the economic outlook and sustainability – Commentators think property market will shrug off December interest rate rise, but could further hikes hit home?

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    Property Week Digital Edition – 17 December 2021


    We chart the key events of 2021, the year the property industry learned to live with the impact of the pandemic – Find out who picked up the honours as Property Week’s Student Accommodation Awards went live again last week – Two legal experts look at the key property cases ...

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    Property Week Digital Edition – 10 December 2021


    In the first live event since before Covid, the RESI Awards 2021 celebrated the companies and people who outperformed in a difficult year – Key takeaways from the Mapic retail conference in Cannes – Panel discuss how relationships between commercial landlords and tenants can best be improved

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    Property Week Digital Edition – 3 December 2021


    Twenty years on from the collapse of Enron, we examine how the financial scandal impacted the property market – Retail agency HGR’s founders on their first five years and their plans for the future – Question mark hangs over future of Leeds market after the axing of HS2 link 

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    ​Knight Frank appoints Life Sciences partner


    Knight Frank has appointed Piers Scrimshaw-Wright as a partner in its life sciences and innovation advisory team.

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    ​Home REIT secures £130m debt facility


    The board of Home REIT, which funds the acquisition and creation of accommodation for homeless people, has finalised an additional £130m interest-only debt facility with Scottish Widows.

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    Property Week Digital Edition – 26 November 2021


    In Property Week’s second design challenge, we asked leading architects and designers to provide their visions of how a tired shopping centre could be reinvented –  WPA chair Paul Williams on London’s office and hospitality sector revival  – Expert comment on landlord and tenant dispute resolution

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    Industrial & Logistics supplement November 2021


    Savills data underlines the need for speculative development - Sector on the cusp of a multi-storey revolution - Why just-in-time model is out for supply chains - Pros and cons of co-locating resi and sheds - Five minutes with Savills associate director Natasha Ryan