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  • Andrew Bird
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    Interview with Warehouse REIT’s Andrew Bird

    2019-11-15T00:00:00Z

    Warehouse REIT’s Andrew Bird tells Mitchell Labiak about the company’s IPO, the setbacks it has overcome and its plans for the future

  • Mitchell Labiak index
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    Industrial & logistics supplement November 2019

    2019-11-15T00:00:00Z

    The industrial and logistics market has slowed, but there is still plenty of growth in pockets.

  • Logistics cover
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    Industrial & logistics census 2019: positive signs for logistics

    2019-11-15T00:00:00Z

    The responses to Property Week , Savills and Tritax Symmetry’s third annual market census, in association with Analytiqa, show a mostly positive outlook for the industrial and logistics sector.

  • Hot 100 Retail Locations 2019
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    Hot 100 Retail Locations 2019

    2019-11-15T00:00:00Z

    Property Week and CACI reveal the UK retail locations with the most seasonal  appeal and attraction for outside visitors.

  • Glasgow
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    Q-Park sale-and-leaseback strategy will pay off

    2019-11-14T13:43:00Z

    Editor:  It has been reported that parking operator Q-Park has completed 14 sale-and-leasebacks across the UK since March this year . Investors are more interested in the market than ever before – but why?

  • WeWork
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    Flexible office model is here to stay

    2019-11-14T12:50:00Z

    Editor: The further we dig into the sorry story of WeWork, the clearer it becomes that the factors that led to its incredible expansion worldwide are the same factors that have fuelled its demise .

  • Johnny Hawkins index
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    Five minutes with Johnny Hawkins

    2019-11-14T11:01:00Z

    Knight Frank’s capital markets partner on building trust, younger generations and gender equality

  • Brexit
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    Brexit effect on logistics

    2019-11-14T10:58:00Z

    The UK’s eventual departure from the EU is likely to cause major changes in occupational demand. The industrial and logistics sector will be at the forefront of this change, given its role in creating, moving and storing physical goods.

  • Daniel Craig Pinewood
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    We need studio space – and fast

    2019-11-14T00:00:00Z

    James Bond has been one of Britain’s most high-profile symbols since his arrival on the big screen in 1962. But now his home is under threat from the arrival of an American giant.

  • Boris Johnson
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    Johnson is clearly in his element

    2019-11-14T00:00:00Z

    So Boris finally got the election he was calling for.

  • Empty warehouse
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    Make most of old industrial land

    2019-11-13T15:28:00Z

    Industrial towns across the country were once the centre of Britain’s car-building might. But after successive years of decline, we are starting to look at how former car manufacturing land can be brought back into use, bringing the towns that the manufacturing giants left behind back to life.

  • Westhorpe Gardens
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    Shared victory for social housing

    2019-11-08T00:00:00Z

    For property people, it doesn’t get much better than winning the Stirling Prize. It’s the new-building equivalent of the Booker Prize for literature or the Turner Prize for art. Past winners have included the glitzy and glamorous – perhaps none more so than last year’s £1.3bn Foster-designed Bloomberg HQ.

  • 'Survival of the fittest'
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    Is growth of the UK gym market sustainable?

    2019-11-08T00:00:00Z

    The booming UK gym market has almost doubled in size since 2013, but is the growth sustainable – or is the sector heading for burnout? 

  • David Parsley index
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    A not-so-merry Christmas for retail

    2019-11-08T00:00:00Z

    With Bonfire Night out of the way, all eyes will now be focusing on the run-up to Christmas, but the festive season is not shaping up to be so merry for many in the property sector.

  • Johnny Ronan
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    Interview with Johnny Ronan: ‘We must build high and stop the sprawl’

    2019-11-08T00:00:00Z

    In a rare interview, Irish property developer Johnny Ronan reveals why he believes Dublin council needs to ‘do the right thing’ and change its stance on the development of tall towers in the city. 

  • Brexit chess pieces
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    No need to turn back on Europe

    2019-11-07T15:05:00Z

    Amid all the political wrangling over Brexit in the last few months, you might have missed a report from the European Systemic Risk Board, Europe’s economic watchdog, that commercial and residential property across Europe has been overvalued.

  • Co-working
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    How to solve the skills gap crisis

    2019-11-07T15:01:00Z

    To get a glimpse into how we are taking practical steps to bridge the skills gap needed to respond to the UK’s housing needs, you just have to witness the apprentices who have come through a new fast-track scheme that we’re backing expertly laying rows of bricks on one of ...

  • Derby County Stadium
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    How are football stadiums valued?

    2019-11-07T00:00:00Z

    As the EFL investigates the sale of Derby County’s Pride Park for more than £81m, Adam Hooker asks why stadium valuations are so inconsistent

  • WeWork
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    Feet of clay cannot keep walking

    2019-11-07T00:00:00Z

    REITs’ share prices rebounded 5% in a Brexit relief bounce as the receding risk of no deal drove up the value of sterling against the US dollar.

  • Broadway plans
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    Nimby policies to attract voters

    2019-11-07T00:00:00Z

    Plop: the first general election leaflet hit the doormat last Saturday. A tightly targeted anti-development screed from Helen Grant, MP for Maidstone and The Weald. The loyalist successor to batty Ann Widdecombe is clearly not a deux with the Conservative target of building 300,000 homes a year.