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  • Sustainable building

    Landsec reports cities could become unliveable in 10 years without planning reform


    UK Urban spaces are at risk of becoming unliveable within 10 years unless “meaningful policy reforms are taken”, according to a report from property giant Landsec.

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    SEGRO completes its greenest UK development in north London


    Development giant SEGRO has completed SEGRO Park Tottenham in north London, its most sustainable scheme in the UK, which has achieved a BREEAM rating of 94%.

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    What is in store for portfolios?


    Earlier this month, Yardi and Property Week brought together a panel of expert asset managers to discuss what the portfolio of tomorrow will look like and what that means for asset managers and investors, what is driving the shift to more diverse portfolios, and how technology and alternative skillsets are ...

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    Why the PBSA sector is still on an upward trajectory


    CRM Students chief executive officer Richard Skeels explains why he believes the purpose-built student accommodation sector has a strong future, despite current market challenges and the cost-of-living crisis.

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    Rainbow storms ahead under new leadership

    2022-11-11T00:00:00+00:00By Andy Saunders

    Last year’s divestment from facility services provider ISS was the biggest change in decades for disaster recovery and restoration specialist Rainbow International. It was a buy-out deal that many of the firm’s franchisees invested in themselves.

  • Industrial and Logistics 2022

    Share your views in the 2022 Property Week logistics census


    Owners and occupiers in the industrial and logistics sector face many challenges as they plan ahead for 2023, with rising inflation, interest rate hikes and the weakness of the pound adding to a long list of existing issues including planning, land availability and environmental regulation.

  • Proptech

    Expect ups and downs as tech matures


    Property Week’s latest Power of Proptech survey, supported by Freeths, reveals changing attitudes as technologies adopted during the pandemic become embedded in the sector.

  • Mobile connectivity

    Good mobile network coverage of vital importance when leasing space


    A LinkedIn poll by Property Week on behalf of independent owner and operator of wireless communications infrastructure – Shared Access – has revealed the importance placed on mobile connectivity when it comes to weighing up factors involved when leasing space.

  • Kings Cross

    A walk through King’s Cross

    2022-08-02T16:29:00+01:00By Rob Miller

    Walking through King’s Cross today, I pass office workers eating lunch by the water in Pancras Square, children playing on the grass in Lewis Cubitt Park and visitors relaxing by steps to the Regent’s Canal.

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    What do tenants value about BTR?


    Earlier this month, Yardi and Property Week brought together a panel of experts from across the residential sector to discuss the benefits of build to rent over traditional PRS, how operators are creating a sense of community and what major trends we can expect to see in the coming years.

  • Recruitment

    ​Hollis poll reveals key barriers blocking fresh talent joining the industry


    A recent LinkedIn poll by Property Week on behalf of international real estate consultant Hollis revealed the main barriers to attracting future talent into the real estate industry.

  • Barclays real estate

    ​Barclays poll reveals majority yet to begin costing EPC transition


    A LinkedIn poll conducted by Property Week on behalf of Barclays reveals that almost two-thirds (61%) of respondents have not yet costed their transition for getting buildings’ Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) to at least C by 2027, and B by 2030.

  • CS ESG

    ESG is critical for business


    Last month, Property Week held a Climate Crisis Challenge Campaign webinar on why environmental, social and governance criteria are now critical for property, what new reporting requirements mean for the sector and how the industry can effect change in an era of climate change and rising energy prices.

  • Proptech

    Power of Proptech survey 2022: last chance to win a set of Apple AirPods pro


    Closing soon…now is the time to have your voices heard and provide valuable insight. All respondents to this short survey  will be entered into a free prize-draw to win a set of Apple AirPods Pro, supplied by Freeths.

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    Is the future of industrial still bright?


    Dentons and Property Week recently brought together a panel of experts to discuss what the future holds for the industrial and logistics sector as warehouse take-up reaches an all-time high and vacancy rates hit rock bottom.

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    Riding out the economic storm: In conversation with Phil Westerman at Buzzacott


    With real estate encountering strong economic headwinds from inflation and rising interest rates, Property Week contributing editor (news) David Parsley sat down with Phil Westerman, partner and head of real estate at accountancy practice Buzzacott, to discuss the outlook for the industry. Their conversation covered the aftermath of Brexit and ...

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