2022-10-06T00:00:00+01:00By Paddy Jackman
The reign of her late Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, saw enormous change in all areas of society, but perhaps none more so than in higher education.
2022-10-06T00:00:00+01:00By John Badman
Much has been said about future-proofing our cities. How do we do it? One solution is the concept of the universal building – one that, when designed properly upfront, can regenerate over time, adapting to the needs of today as well as the unforeseen needs of tomorrow.
2022-10-06T00:00:00+01:00By Helen Gordon
In the midst of a cost-of-living crisis with inflation and interest rates rising and energy prices hitting record highs, housebuying will likely now be an even bigger barrier for many, and with people renting for longer, landlords need to demonstrate good value through the quality of product and service delivery.
2022-10-06T00:00:00+01:00By Marc Vlessing
As Michael Heseltine, a key architect of many of the housing and regeneration policies pursued by the Conservatives over the past 40 years, once put it: “Home ownership stimulates the attitudes of independence and self-reliance that are the bedrock of a free society.”
2022-10-06T00:00:00+01:00By Alastair Stewart
“What do you think of Sterling’s performance yesterday?” I asked a neighbour a day after the mini-Budget. “Dreadful,” he answered. “He just couldn’t get the ball across to Kane.” No, I clarified: “The pound versus the US dollar, not Raheem versus the Italian defence.”
2022-10-03T09:35:00+01:00By Michael Dean
Earlier this year an industry survey reported that only 48% of the specialist lending market thought their cost of origination was likely to increase over the year.
2022-09-30T12:24:00+01:00By Brendan Geraghty
When better to shine a spotlight on equality, diversity and inclusion than during National Inclusion Week? Now in its 10th year, National Inclusion Week celebrates inclusion and encourages employers to take action to create inclusive workplaces.
2022-09-29T00:00:00+01:00By Joanna Lea
Gymshark’s upcoming opening of its first IRL (or ‘in real life’) store on Regent Street is another reminder of the enduring popularity of in-person retail.
2022-09-29T00:00:00+01:00By Olivia Harris
Almost daily media updates add to the growing sense that the cost-of-living crisis is becoming a national emergency, with reporting mostly highlighting spiralling energy costs and the impact of soaring inflation on necessities.
2022-09-29T00:00:00+01:00By James Foster
As we move from a climate crisis in July and an energy crisis in August to an exchange rate crisis in September, there is little wonder that many commentators are predicting catastrophe over the next 12 months. But as we know from the past nine months, a lot can change ...