A distinct change in climate seems to have taken hold among some of the capital’s larger, high-density residential projects.
After a decade of all-time low interest rates – slashed to 0.25% after the Brexit vote, before returning to 0.5% — analysts now expect a 0.75% rise at the next Monetary Policy Committee vote in May, with further hikes likely to follow.
Retail real estate could be on the precipice of an enormous structural change.
The phrase ‘proptech’ evokes images of fast-moving, lean start-ups trading in virtual reality or artificial intelligence. It is hard to discuss real estate nowadays without addressing digital strategies or the concept of futureproofing your business.
It’s no secret that the job of being a landlord has changed significantly in the past few years as a result of legislation, taxation and access to finance. Whether an accidental landlord due to inheritance or a career landlord with a portfolio of properties, the walls have been closing in ...
Fresh political thinking on the state’s real estate is due to be published next month.
Residential development is about more than just building houses; it’s about building homes that promote culture, help communities thrive and enrich the local area. In recent years this mission has been neglected in Britain, especially in London.
I am writing this on a flight from Hong Kong to Singapore, having already been to Shanghai, Seoul and Tokyo in the past seven days.
A few weeks ago, I stood on a stage at the Palais des Festivals during Mipim, engaged in a lively discussion about the trends shaping urban logistics and the challenges arising as a result.
Technology has transformed how we function on a day-to-day basis, making our lives easier. Take a look back at your week and you will have most likely taken an Uber to a meeting, bought a coffee with your phone or presented something using your iPad.
With the sunny beaches of Cannes and Mipim 2018 still fresh in my mind, I was reminded of an earlier memory of another beautiful Mediterranean resort.
As we pass the end of the first quarter, there is a sense of cautious optimism in the global real estate market, driven by better-than-expected economic growth and robust occupier fundamentals.