Over the past decade, the residential market has changed beyond recognition, which has meant more opportunities for financiers.
Recent CVAs for Arcadia and Monsoon have seen landlords take stakes in ailing retailers or embark in profit shares with them. Is this a smart move?
Property Week’s team of experts debate the merits of the vision behind the Oxford-Cambridge Arc.
For-sale housing is still at the heart of many mixed-use schemes, but the palette is broadening to include sheds and beds, BTR and cultural uses
Simon Creasey asks why online retailer Amazon is so determined to build a bricks-and-mortar presence at such a challenging time for the high street
After a string of high-profile deals, modular has reached a tipping point. But there are still barriers to overcome if it is to help solve the housing crisis.
With more property companies launching flexible workspace brands, Property Week and Yardi put together a panel of industry experts to identify the secrets of success in a highly competitive market.
Central Working’s Grant Powell tells Property Week why traditional offices are dead and how it is looking to the hospitality sector to inspire the flexible space of the future.
Property Week’s third annual Power of Proptech survey, supported by Freeths, reveals that real estate businesses large and small are rapidly evolving and adapting to new technology.
Redevelopment of old stock could help cut town’s stubbornly high vacancy rate.
Auctioneers are divided over whether a recent uptick in sales will continue.
While the capital dominates for large commercial lots, regional sales continue to attract big crowds of local bidders.
Retail property teams take on 20 quirky contests to raise funds for Elifar charity.
Nick Weber reveals how his team pulled in the investment and explains the company’s ‘big deal’ strategy
FORE Partnership co-founder Basil Demeroutis tells Property Week how a social investment and sustainability ethos binds together the developer’s otherwise diverse portfolio.
Mayfair Capital co-founder James Thornton says regulatory pressure means there’s not much of a future for small fund managers. But as he tells Guy Montague-Jones, thanks to Swiss Life, it’s a different story for his firm