The UK’s post-industrial landscape is littered with brownfield sites ripe for commercial and housing development – but it is easier said than done.
Outcry over Shahid Khan’s £600m bid for Wembley Stadium masks a more thorny problem – how to put a value on the most iconic football stadium in the world.
Strong regional office take-up has created a space shortage. You’d think it would prompt a development drive, but no. Why are regional cities running out of office space just as demand is at its highest?
GL Hearn, working with Capita People Solutions, has devised the Talent Index: a way of bringing the two Ps – property and people – together to improve business and drive performance. Here, industry experts and thought leaders discuss the viability of correlating property strategy with talent.
The six key takeaways from Property Week’s inaugural two-day Industrial & Logistics Conference and Awards at Hilton London Syon Park.
As House of Fraser becomes the latest retailer to seek a CVA, many property experts are worried that landlords are becoming the fall guy for the sector’s woes.
Richard Hook reports on the second PW Cup tournament at Loftus Road.
Developer hails submission of planning application as ‘important milestone’ in the delivery of the project.
With demand still strong and good product scarce, fears are mounting of a bubble in the rapidly growing industrial sector.
This week saw the first round of bids for the regeneration specialist behind the transformation of Wembley Park. What do the main men behind the growth of Quintain see as the next steps? Richard Hook reports
Property Week talks to John Baker, who aims to build 2m sq ft of offices in the South East.
Scape co-founder Nigel Taee talks to Samantha Partington about how he launched the fast-growing student accommodation company in the teeth of the global recession and his plans to expand the brand.