Features, analysis, big interviews and video – in-depth articles on the property sector.


Landlords on a losing streak


Thousands of betting shops are to close as restrictions on fixed-odds betting machines come into force. Simon Creasey asks what the odds of finding new tenants are

Salary Survey 2019

Salary Survey 2019

2019-03-15T00:00:00+00:00By ,

Amid the Brexit gloom, the 20th RICS/Macdonald & Company survey surprisingly finds reasons to be cheerful.

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Is industry in denial over Brexit impact?


Two thirds of the real estate firms contacted by Property Week a month ago had nothing to say about the UK’s departure from the EU. David Parsley asks why there is a wall of silence around the issue

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NCP think tank: future of car parks in a changing world


NCP brought together a panel of experts to discuss what the future holds for car parks, including yield gaps, the changing state of town centres, new developments, the potential impact of electric vehicles and how technology could affect the sector.

Inside Egypt's new capital

Inside Egypt's new capital


The mega city emerging from the desert near Cairo is one of the biggest urban projects in history. Emanuele Midolo looks around and meets the people behind it

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Can local council investment regenerate Rochdale?

2019-03-08T00:00:00+00:00By Ben Cooper

The local council has invested heavily in transforming the town centre. Ben Cooper catches up with progress

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Meet the matchmakers of real estate finance

2019-03-08T00:00:00+00:00By ,

Filling a gap that has emerged since the financial crisis, debt advisers aim to find the best deal from a growing pool of lenders. Guy Montague-Jones and Frances Ivens profile some of the market’s leading players

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The Belgian city showing how high street regeneration should be done


In recent years, a small Belgian city has gained a worldwide reputation for retail innovation. Property Week finds out why.

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How SEGRO is kickstarting a multi-storey warehouse push


SEGRO’s Andy Gulliford talks to Property Week about the new Paris warehouse being hailed as the first of a ‘new generation of multi-storey’ sheds.

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Oldham moves out of Manchester's shadow

2019-03-08T00:00:00+00:00By Ben Cooper

Often overshadowed by the bright lights of Manchester, nearby Oldham is fighting back and trying to offer a viable alternative to the big city.

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Manchester's Strangeways earmarked for a complete makeover

2019-03-07T00:00:00+00:00By Nick Hughes

The wave of development Manchester has witnessed over the past few years is about to reach the Strangeways area, which the council has earmarked for a complete makeover.

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Five key challenges facing borrowers


Ten years after the crash, the debt market is now considered healthy but some types of properties are still proving difficult to finance. Industry experts tell Guy Montague-Jones about the remaining problem areas

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Developer's new vision for Liverpool's Baltic Triangle

2019-03-07T00:00:00+00:00By Andrew Stone

Things looked bleak when Baltic House’s previous developer collapsed, but new owner Crossfield Exclusive Developments has a bright new vision in keeping with the rapidly changing area.

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Is it the end of the PDR gold rush?


Property Week asks what has caused the rapid decline in prior approval applications for office-to-residential conversions – and whether there are still opportunities for investors.

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