None of us is getting any younger. Yet, at the same time as ministers are fretting about young people getting on the housing ladder, there are precious few homes for the older age group to step down to.
Last year marked a moment of change for the commercial property industry that can be characterised by just one word: flexibility.
The recent Mundy v The Sloane Stanley Estate legal battle has shone a bright spotlight on the industry’s calculation basis for extending a property’s lease.
Benjamin Hall, director of LOFT, gives his views on what modern residential builds require to stay competitive.
Contractors are of great importance to the property management industry, as routine and unexpected maintenance is a daily necessity in the sector.
At the start of this month, the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government published its annual report into the state of the English housing market and although the headline showed the rental sector unsurprisingly continued to expand, a few key demographic shifts and statistics are worth highlighting.
Manchester has had a presence at MIPIM for the last 18 years now, and that’s because we realised long ago that the future of the city lay in developing an international presence.