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  • Topshop

    CVA safety net makes retailer shares a fair bet

    2019-07-18T14:46:00+01:00By Anthony Lorenz

    Editor: I read with interest Liz Hamson’s wonderful editorial stating that “after the successful Arcadia CVA, the battle may be over, but the war hasn’t been won”.

  • Workspace

    Flexible valuation model is a must

    2019-07-18T14:31:00+01:00By Douglas Green

    Editor: Current valuation models for flexible workspace centres are not fit for purpose and a market accepted model is now essential to the sector’s growth, especially given increasing interest in the flexible sector and the desire of property companies and funds to invest.

  • Eccleston Yards, London

    Office providers and landlords must work together

    2019-07-10T10:56:00+01:00By Conal O’Hara

    Editor: The continued expansion of the flexible workspace market will be driven by existing operator participants and established property owners entering the sector. We are already seeing a number of traditional landlords embrace a more flexible and tenant-focused approach.

  • Prefab modular construction

    Time to broaden the modular debate

    2019-07-10T10:33:00+01:00By Tim Pinder

    Editor: Modular housing has been thrust into the spotlight once again with the arrival of Ikea to the sector. The recent momentum will be music to the ears of those with ambitious housing targets.

  • Flats above shops

    Use class merger bad news for homes


    I am writing in response to Mitchell Labiak’s recent article about the possible merger of business class uses and the impact this might have on the high street (14.06.19).

  • HSBC Bank

    Let’s repurpose the high street for community spirit


    The continued decline of bricks-and-mortar banks is leaving vast empty space on the high street.

  • Sustainable building

    Time to up our game on sustainability


    Mitchell Labiak’s recent interview with Steffen Szeidl highlights a dichotomy our industry faces (14.06.19).

  • George Square, Glasgow

    Flexible workspace providers flock to Scottish cities


    Scotland’s flexible workspace sector is expanding fast, driven by demand that is growing by at least 25% annually in all major cities (07.06.19).

  • Financial Investment

    P2P lending rules should be welcomed

    2019-06-20T11:01:00+01:00By James Newbery

    Editor: The new Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) rules for governing the burgeoning peer-to-peer (P2P) lending sector should be welcomed by the industry, especially in the current climate (‘FCA reveals new P2P rules days after Lendy collapses’). However, they are not enough.

  • Lidl

    Lidl expansion offers opportunities for investors

    2019-06-20T11:04:00+01:00By Chris Keen

    Editor: Last week, discount retailer Lidl announced it was to create 40 new London stores as part of a £500m expansion plan (‘Lidl unveils £500m expansion plans for London’).

  • Diversity inclusion hands

    Effecting change in industry is our job

    2019-06-12T13:20:00+01:00By Vivienne King

    Editor: Your leader last week responding to a complaint about the lack of gender diversity in the magazine made for difficult reading. And that’s because you are completely right – property has a diversity problem and the responsibility lies with us, your readers, not you.

  • Market Hall

    Markets can play major role in saving high streets

    2019-06-12T13:32:00+01:00By John Burton

    Editor: Markets can and should play a big part in discussions about the high street’s future (‘Market Halls set for £20m cash injection’).

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