2018-06-15T00:00:00+01:00By Liz Hamson
Who would have thought that we Brits, a nation of folk who not so long ago scorned US-style customer service – proudly preferring service with a snarl to anything with a smile – would become such converts to the service culture?
2018-06-08T00:00:00+01:00By Liz Hamson
Whoa, hold your horses – or should that be: leave those chocks where they are? Transport minister Chris Grayling may have rubber-stamped a third runway at Heathrow, but it hasn’t been given final clearance for take-off yet and might not be for some time.
2018-06-07T06:34:00+01:00By Richard Williams
Welcome to the summer edition of Perspectives, Property Week’s series of thought leadership essays from key industry figures.
2018-05-31T23:00:00+01:00By David Parsley
OK, so it’s not a new topic of conversation, but it’s one of the property industry’s most intriguing ones, and I make no apology for returning to it.
2018-05-24T23:00:00+01:00By Liz Hamson
The only surprising thing about the news earlier this week that Marks & Spencer plans to shut more than a hundred stores is that it did not resort to the current vehicle du jour, the company voluntary arrangement (CVA).
2018-05-17T06:31:00+01:00By Mia Hunt
The industrial and logistics sector is having quite a moment. Driven partly by insatiable demand from online retailers and attracting droves of investors as a result, the sector has gone from strength to strength in the past few months.
2018-05-10T23:00:00+01:00By Liz Hamson
Is it just me or is anyone else starting to get a distinct whiff of the emperor’s new clothes from build-to-rent?
2018-04-19T23:00:00+01:00By Liz Hamson
That was some U-turn from Hammerson. Just weeks ago, it was talking up its retail portfolio in a bid to KO the Klépierre bid, noting that values had fallen by less than 1% despite the recent CVAs and retail failures and insisting that tenant demand was strong for its centres.
2018-04-05T05:00:00+01:00By Mia Hunt
There is little that has caused Irish property developers more consternation than the National Asset Management Agency (NAMA).