• Rob_Tincknell

    Interview with Rob Tincknell: ‘We can solve the high street problem'


    After beating a pack of bidders to snap up Maidenhead’s Nicholsons mall, Rob Tincknell tells Richard Williams what new firm Areli and JV partner Tikehau are planning for the town and wider UK market 

  • Work space

    SMEs want their name in lights


    Competitive markets, the war to recruit the best talent and high expectations from employees mean there’s a lot for businesses to contend with when it comes to achieving their ambitions. Workplace cultures are evolving and businesses are having to adapt to accommodate these changing demands.

  • Las Vegas

    Tech lessons from Las Vegas


    Across the commercial real estate landscape, a human-centric design ethos is emerging. For technology to play an important part, it will need to show how it can add value to an office space and do it at scale.

  • Shopping mall

    Rates reform needed to help high streets thrive


    Many UK retailers are caught in a ‘perfect storm’, with Brexit uncertainty, rising wages, increased occupancy costs and the growth of online shopping working against them .

  • Office ext generic

    PDR decision sparks light concerns


    The content of the chancellor’s Spring Statement washed over many in the property profession as the Brexit storm continued .

  • Editor's dinner at Mipim 2019

    Industry looks beyond Brexit: Mipim editor's dinner


    The leading industry figures who gathered for the Mipim editor’s dinner last week felt that property had the resilience to weather the current political uncertainty surrounding Brexit, while the future of retail, the housing crisis and the social impact of development were the more long-term issues up for debate ...

  • Boxpark, Wembley Park

    How to survive the retail apocalypse


    Many of the best brains connected with the retail sector – brands, landlords, agents and advisers – will gather for the Property Week seminar on Thursday 2 May at Boxpark Wembley. Currently, the sector is going through a major evolution. Indeed, the national media is, seemingly, filled with stories ...

  • Bookies

    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

  • Winchester Cathedral

    Winchester learns from its past


    Two failed projects are being revived. Andrew Stone looks at whether they will succeed this time

  • Shops

    The hanging Sword of Damocles


    Like peeling back the skin of an onion, each layer of the property investment market reveals something different about the state of play and, unless you have prepared properly, you may well end up in tears.