2019-10-16T12:55:00+01:00By James Westcott
Editor: The growing demand for alternative fuels in the road transport sector offers a significant opportunity for landowners and commercial property developers alike, but it is one few are aware of.
2019-10-16T12:39:00+01:00By Eleanor Jukes
Editor: The benefits that music, recreation and culture bring to our cities have been ignored for too long by owners and stakeholders.
2019-10-08T16:31:00+01:00By Jon Rowling
Editor: Earth Overshoot Day landed in July this year, the earliest point since ‘overshoot’, the date on which humanity’s resource consumption for the year exceeds Earth’s capacity to regenerate those resources that year, began to be charted in the early 1970s. This has prompted the property industry to reflect and ...
2019-10-08T16:28:00+01:00By Nigel Hewitson
Editor: I am sure I am not alone in perceiving an inherent tension between two statements made by secretary of state for housing Robert Jenrick at the Conservative Party Conference last week.
2019-10-02T15:11:00+01:00By Guy Windsor-Lewis
Editor: The industry must embrace hotelisation, whereby any asset can offer services, unique experiences and a space to connect with others.
2019-10-02T15:26:00+01:00By Neil Jones
Editor: Mr Robert Jenrick announced some headline-grabbing planning policies at the Conservative Party Conference this week.
2019-10-02T15:19:00+01:00By Marcus Gibson
Editor: We read with interest the article by Paul Patenall of the British Council, praising current workspaces. Nothing wrong in that – we support SMEs, big time.
2019-09-25T16:03:00+01:00By Jonathan Pitt
Editor: Earlier this month, housing minister Esther McVey spoke at the RESI 2019 conference and announced to industry experts that “together we have to tackle this Great British housing building problem”.
2019-09-25T16:09:00+01:00By Markus Klempa
Editor: This week’s collapse of travel giant Thomas Cook has led to the closure of more than 550 high street stores with immediate effect (‘All Thomas Cook stores closed “with immediate effect” after travel firm collapses’).
2019-09-18T16:01:00+01:00By Anthony H Ratcliffe
Editor: Steve Norris gives us his usual perceptive take on Westminster.
2019-09-18T16:07:00+01:00By Emma Shipp
Editor: After all the recent Westminster antics, it’s good to see some more positive business news emerging from the housebuilding sector.
As an Edinburgh resident for 23 years, it was unfortunately no surprise to see Aberdeen and Inverurie overtake the Scottish capital in last week’s Hot Housing Index.