Jessica is a reporter at Property Week and covers retail, leisure and hotels.
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Legal & General (L&G) has written to the government calling for urgent action to reduce emissions from the built environment.
The Restaurant Group (TRG), which owns chains including Wagamama and Frankie & Benny’s, has said that one in 10 of its restaurants and pubs will not reopen this year.
Sky Studios Elstree has received the green light to proceed with construction works.
The new chair of the government-led High Streets Task Force tells Property Week about the problems facing UK retail, his ambitions for the initiative and the importance of a sense of place.
High street pharmacy chain Boots is set to close 48 optician stores, cutting 4,000 jobs.
John Lewis will not reopen eight stores, putting 1,300 jobs at risk.
Mike Ashley’s Frasers Group has informed landlords it will not pay rents until it is “fully able to freely trade as a business” again.
U&I has pulled out of a JV with Barnet Council for a regeneration project in North London.
B&Q is marketing one of its stores in the South East as a potential redevelopment opportunity.
CBRE has started a collective redundancy consultation process with employees in its UK advisory business
Wilford Lane Developments Limited (WLDL) has secured planning permission from Rushcliffe Borough Council for a convenience store-led commercial scheme in West, Bridgford, Nottingham.
Sheffield City Council and strategic development partner Queensberry are seeking new occupiers for an array of food and beverage, leisure and culture spaces across its Block H site in the Heart of City II scheme.