Propertyshe perspectives: The old high street model is dead, localism on steroids needed, Dagwood is the place to be for film makers, and don’t throw out the baby with the bathwater
2020-07-10T11:53:00+01:00By Susan Freeman
With the latest grim news of retail closures from high street stalwarts such as John Lewis and Boots putting thousands of jobs at risk, the pressure on retail continues to grow.
2020-07-10T00:00:00+01:00By Andrew Saunders
Adam McKenzie Wylie, CEO of immersive theatre start-up Histrionic Productions, talks to Andrew Saunders about its first show, finding suitable venues and the challenge posed by social distancing
2020-07-09T00:00:00+01:00By Steve Jude
In the past few weeks, the speed of change has been breathtaking. Ideas that were once regarded as outlandish have become mainstream very quickly.
2020-07-09T00:00:00+01:00By Sue Shepherd
Turnover-based rents in the retail and leisure sector are not new. But judging by media coverage in recent weeks, suddenly they seem to be everyone’s favourite route forward for the post-coronavirus world.
Propertyshe perspectives: As theatres struggle to survive we must support our culture, Mishcon and HM Land Registry distributed ledger prototype enables digital transfer of property
2020-07-03T14:23:00+01:00By Susan Freeman
This week our restaurants, bars, pubs and hair salons come back to life, but there is no date as yet for theatres to be able to open for live performances.
2020-07-02T00:00:00+01:00By Paul Barnes
For a specific part of the economy, the Covid-19 impact started earlier and will end far later than most others. This will have a direct impact on property owners and their tenants across the UK.