Property Week and Savills asked six architecture practices to design an ultra-urban logistics hub and residential hybrid for a 2.5-acre site in London. Here they present their forward-thinking concepts.
The government wants to expand the UK space industry and launch new spaceports. Property Week asks what the latest space race means for the property industry.
As automation accelerates the rise of multi-level warehouses, arguments for valuing assets in cubic not square feet have resurfaced.
With London industrial rents heating up, small businesses are being priced out of the market. Could ‘affordable warehouses’ be the solution?
The ‘golden triangle’ may be the UK’s premier logistics hub, but are online shopping and the challenge of automation threatening its status? Property Week asks whether the industrial hotspot is keeping pace.
Despite the changing political landscape, 2018 was a strong year for many parts of the property industry, but what will the other side of 29 March look like? Freeths gathered a panel of experts to discuss what is in store.
Office buildings have undergone a wellbeing revolution but the industrial sector has been slow to catch up. Baytree hopes to be ahead of the curve with its innovative new warehouse.
Councils are attempting to cut pollution levels by encouraging businesses to use electric vehicles. Nick Hughes considers what this could mean for logistics companies
Deliveroo’s success with its Editions formula has pitted it against the big players in the hunt for suitable industrial sites. Mia Hunt reports
After Canadian chain Sunrise Records bought music retailer HMV out of administration last week, Simon Creasey asks what impact owner Doug Putman’s plans are likely to have on the group’s UK store estate
As increased competition and falling desk rates put the brakes on years of growth, the London co-working sector is at a crossroads. Samuel Horti asks what lies ahead
Festive trading figures were better than expected, but the outlook for the high street remains decidedly grim.
Exponential growth in data is driving demand for ever-higher-capacity data centres.
U+I’s Matthew Weiner talks to Adam Branson about delivering schemes with a social conscience
Property director Rupert Joseland tells Richard Williams about the firm’s ambition to become a big player in the industrial and logistics sector
EcoWorld London chief executive Heng Leong Cheong reveals to Helen Crane how it plans to become a household name in UK mid-market residential