2019-12-04T11:35:00+00:00By Giles Fuchs
Editor: The news that Selfridges has signed a management deal with workspace provider Fora is evidence of the growing and evolving appetite for flexible working.
2019-12-04T11:32:00+00:00By Mark Kass
Editor: Despite wobbles in the market, the flexible workspace ‘Goliaths’ armed with buckets of cash and asset-backed finance continue to take up swathes of commercial space.
2019-11-27T16:41:00+00:00By Ross Freedman
Editor: The sad saga of WeWork is a shame.
2019-11-27T16:07:00+00:00By Nick Diment
Editor: I am writing in response to the Conservatives’ recent election pledge to relax shops-to-homes planning laws.
2019-11-20T11:26:00+00:00By Will Kinnear
Editor: In his recent interview with Property Week, IWG founder Mark Dixon argued that large landlords should not set up their own flexible workspace operations but should instead partner with established flexible workspace providers.
2019-11-20T11:05:00+00:00By Peter Newton
Editor: I was pleased to hear a rallying cry from Johnny Ronan for tall buildings and the need to build cities higher, especially with the current emphasis on low-rise successes such as the RIBA Stirling Prize-winning Goldsmith Street scheme in Norwich.
2019-11-19T13:23:00+00:00By Jane Jee
Editor: In September, Purplebricks warned shareholders that it was in discussion with HMRC over its anti-money laundering procedures and that there could be a potential cost.
2019-11-14T12:50:00+00:00By Giles Fuchs
Editor: The further we dig into the sorry story of WeWork, the clearer it becomes that the factors that led to its incredible expansion worldwide are the same factors that have fuelled its demise.
2019-11-14T13:43:00+00:00By Paul Gallagher
Editor: It has been reported that parking operator Q-Park has completed 14 sale-and-leasebacks across the UK since March this year. Investors are more interested in the market than ever before – but why?
2019-11-06T10:24:00+00:00By Bronny Wilson
Editor: Your article ‘The Rise and Fall of WeWork’ rightly outlined some of the irresponsible and frankly bizarre business practices employed by WeWork prior to its recent woes: damaging corporate governance, an unsustainable financial model, strange management practices and too many spin-off ventures held loosely together under the We Company ...
2019-11-06T10:31:00+00:00By Rich Hyams
Editor: The news that housing minister Esther McVey has called for the UK to become a ‘centre of excellence’ for modular housing, with the north of England as the ‘construction hub’, couldn’t come soon enough.
2019-10-30T14:45:00+00:00By Paul Smith
Editor: Housing secretary Robert Jenrick’s warning to developers about poor homes is a timely reminder of the need for quality design, and the value of the recently released National Design Guide.