Property’s top guns take aim at clay pigeons to raise funds for theatre charity Chickenshed.
As Canada follows some US states in legalising cannabis, North American correspondent Samuel Horti assesses the effects on the property market.
Adam Branson asks how much the loss of London bankers will be to the German city’s gain when the UK leaves the EU
Swedish property developer AMF Fastigheter tells Property Week why it has launched a retail innovation hub right next to its Stockholm HQ.
There is 9.1m sq ft of speculative development under way. But some question whether there is sufficient demand to absorb that supply.
Property Week asked seven architecture practices to present their visions for the shed of the future. Here are the ideas they came up with…
Property Week asks senior industry figures to look back at the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the impact of the global financial crisis.
Warranty & indemnity insurance is still a relatively new insurance product, but it has been quickly accepted in the real estate advisory community. The product is rapidly evolving and growing awareness among investors has led to increased competition among insurers, especially on pricing and coverage. What does this mean for ...
The eyewear market is booming in an otherwise challenging retail sector. Property Week asks if the growth can be maintained.
Location specialist CACI ranks the best places to live in the UK based on factors ranging from affordability to low crime rates
We reveal the Top 5 Hot Housing Index locations this year as specialist CACI ranks the best places to live in the UK
We reveal the Top 20 locations for first-time buyers and downsizers, ranked by location specialist CACI
More than half of the occupiers who took part in our logistics market census expect to take more space in the next two years, as professionals from across the sector remain positive that growth is set to continue.
Earlier this year, Property Week, in association with Freeths, surveyed members of the property industry to find out what impact technology is having and will continue to have on their business over the next few years.
Senior partner Alistair Elliott and UK commercial head Stephen Clifton tell Guy Montague-Jones how the firm managed to bounce back after a dip in profits
Julian Salvi and Moray Low are transferring their skills from the rugby pitch to the building site – and creating desirable homes in the process.
Coyote chief executive Oli Farago tells Emanuela Barbiroglio how he turned M7’s in-house software into a growing business.