It has been a punishing year for property what with the Presidents Club scandal, retail armageddon and Brexit mayhem – but there were pockets of resilience. Property Week rounds up the winners and loser
It has been a shattering 12 months for the industry. Property Week rounds up the events, people and issues that defined the year.
Fierce competition in the warranty and indemnity insurance market has driven price reduction, coverage enhancement and genuine innovation over the past few years.
The Ministry of Sound’s creative director talks to Simon Creasey about its new co-working office venture
A growing percentage of an agent’s day-to-day tasks is being undertaken by technology. So what role are agents likely to play in the property industry of the future and should agencies view the ‘proptech revolution’ as a threat or as an opportunity to enhance their service offer? Freeths hosted a ...
The embassy landscape is changing – and with it the owners. Emanuele Midolo and Graham Lanktree investigate who owns what and where, and ask how desirable overseas governments really are as tenants.
Three years after Jaywick Sands was named England’s most deprived ward, Adam Branson visits the Essex village – unwitting star of the recent US midterm elections – to find out how much has changed
A severe studio shortage is a major threat to the UK’s booming film and TV industry. Simon Creasey asks whether enough new space can be delivered
With the number of collapses and CVAs likely to increase, what can be done to survive the retail apocalypse?
The prospect of a no-deal or hard Brexit has prompted companies to start stockpiling goods. Will it lead to increased demand for space?
Data compiled by CACI reveals that there is hope for shopping centres amid the chaos – and the winners will be those that provide the best experience. Simon Creasey reports
The evolution of the flexible office sector has shaken up the real estate industry and has arguably changed it for the better. Yardi recently brought together a panel of experts to discuss the many segments of flexible offices and what lies in store for the sector.
The best and brightest were crowned at the third annual Property Week Management All-Stars awards last week.
Following the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Emanuele Midolo asks whether international outcry could stem the flow of Saudi money into UK property.
UK commercial development director says the firm will target university cities and areas with good tourism
Praxis is building a shopping centre portfolio at a time when most investors are giving the sector a wide berth. Managing director Gary Roberts tells Richard Williams why
Damac boss Hussain Sajwani tells Guy Montague-Jones about his ambitions for growth in London and Europe