I have never met Colm Lauder, but I reckon we would get on well.
Having written about property for a long time, I’m not shocked by much.
What do you want from your employer? Or perhaps the better question is: what do you expect of it?
In recent months, much has been made of companies taking warehouses to stockpile goods ahead of Brexit, but ask agents and institutional investors and they will tell you it has not quite been the phenomenon it was expected to be .
Welcome to Property Week ’s first-ever Guide to Auctions.
JLL should be commended for its decision this week to withdraw from managing nearly £2bn of hotel assets owned by the Sultan of Brunei.
Jeez. Talk about closing the stable door after the horse has bolted. Labour is a bit late to the party with its pledge to end office-to-resi permitted development, isn’t it?
We are a nation on the verge of a Brexit breakdown.
As retail lurches from crisis to crisis, the residential sector this week demonstrated its extraordinary capacity to resolutely soldier on come what may or, more accurately, despite May.
It is a concept people think they understand, that a good percentage (but arguably not a big enough one) believe in fervently and that depressingly, we are making very little, if any, progress on.
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