Property Week editor Liz Hamson speaks to Mishcon to Reya partner and head of debt advisory Omega Poole about the challenges and rewards of green finance and what needs to happen for it to really take off as we race towards net zero.
Last month, Property Week, in association with Yardi, hosted a digital think tank entitled: ‘How do the Dublin and London build-to-rent markets compare?’
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2021-05-21T00:00:00+01:00By Jacqueline Oakes
It has, it is safe to say, been a year like no other. There cannot be a section of society or the economy that has been untouched by the Covid-19 pandemic.
In early summer last year, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors published its commercial property survey covering the second quarter of the year. It made for grim reading for most of the industry.
REDD London’s MD discusses the resilience of prime resi.
2021-05-21T00:00:00+01:00By Zoe Thomas
In recent years, the tax landscape for property investors has changed dramatically, perhaps no more so than when it comes to non-resident capital gains tax (NRCGT).
2021-05-21T00:00:00+01:00By Mark Eade
Property, as anyone with even the vaguest passing association with the industry knows, is a people business. Conversations that could easily take place over the phone or via video conference are, more often than not, done in person. Investors like to meet with those charged with managing their money and ...
Data page referencing the changes in funds across property sectors.
Last month, Property Week and St. Modwen held a one-hour webinar in which a panel of experts discussed sustainability and design in the industrial and logistics sector, and asked the burning question of how developers can meet the changing requirements of occupiers while still making a scheme viable.
Last month, Property Week in association with Yardi hosted a digital think tank to discuss the flexible workspace market with the title: ‘Commercial landlords need to rethink their way of working or become obsolete’.
Property Week hosted its second ‘In Conversation with Dentons’ exploring the changing relationship between landlords and tenants which has evolved dramatically due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Property Week and Freeths brought together a panel of industry experts to discuss the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and their forecasts for the year ahead. They talked about the future of the office, the contrasting fortunes of the retail, hospitality and industrial sectors, and the climate crisis agenda.
For the first time, Savills and Tritax Symmetry’s Logistics Spotlight event was held virtually due to the Covid pandemic, with more than 700 people attending online. The panel of speakers discussed what this year would bring for logistics following a record-breaking year in 2020 for the industrial sector by almost ...
With the deployment of a vaccine sparking hope for a revival of the office sector, British Land and Property Week assembled a panel of top industry figures for a virtual debate about prospects for the sector in 2021, the chances of a widespread return to work and how workplaces can ...
Last month, Property Week and Yardi hosted a digital think tank to discuss how big a role technology can play in the student accommodation market and the trends that have been accelerated during the pandemic.
Last month, Property Week and Freeths assembled an expert panel for a digital think tank on augmented reality (AR) versus virtual reality (VR), and how the property industry can harness these technologies.
The responses to Property Week, Savills and Tritax Symmetry’s fourth annual market census, in association with Analytiqa, suggest the industrial and logistics sector is in good health and has a positive future outlook.
Shoosmiths and Property Week assembled a panel of experts from across the industry to discuss the growing role local authorities are playing in fostering regeneration in partnership with private-sector partners, and how this relationship can help deliver sustainable and vibrant town centres for the local population.
Property Week and Student Roost brought together a panel of industry experts to discuss the challenges facing the purpose-built student accommodation sector and the opportunities that have opened up this year.
The co-founder and managing director of Apache Capital Partners talks about its JV with Moda, multifamily housing, institutional investor appetite, the challenges of the pandemic and what the future holds.
Property Week and Dentons assembled a panel of leading figures from all sides of the sector to debate how Covid-19 has affected the development of retirement living in the UK and its prospects for post-pandemic growth.
Property Week editor Liz Hamson talks to Savills’ director of world research Sophie Chick about how cities can be more sustainable in a post-Covid-19 world.
Property Week editor Liz Hamson joins Argent senior partner and Argent Related chairman David Partridge to discuss the company’s Brent Cross Town scheme and the impact of the pandemic on the climate agenda.
Earlier this month, Property Week and Yardi hosted a digital think tank to discuss the challenges that are facing asset managers and how they can best future-proof their assets in a post-Covid-19 world.
Moda Living’s chief executive talks about how the business has weathered Covid-19, the outlook for the BTR sector, the progress of its pipeline of new homes, its ESG strategy and what the future holds.