Insight and comment
Freedom day wasn’t quite the ‘disaster day’ some had forecast, but it didn’t feel particularly liberating, did it? With Covid cases continuing to rise and some of the double-jabbed among them, it is little wonder that people remain anxious about returning to the office (or heading to the shops).
I know nostalgia isn’t what it used to be, but in my time in parliament I served two prime ministers who I looked up to.
COP26 – the global climate summit being held in November this year – will be a defining moment for humanity.
Six months ago, I reported on what a difficult year it had been for retail and hospitality, particularly in city centres.
For decades, the Baby Boomer generation has been able to navigate its way using the property stars, but the trusted constellations seem unusually displaced right now.
Legal and professional advice
Government proposes a safety regulator and developer levy, but experts criticise the use of vague language.
Francesca Brady, chief executive of proptech company AirRated, on how she got started in property. She also shares her cultural tips, the celebrity she’d most like to meet and the superpower she wishes she had.
If a filing cabinet is left behind after a break date, has the landlord got vacant possession?
Recent salary surveys are predicting large hikes for consultants due to pent-up demand during the pandemic.
There has been a significant rise in vacant commercial units since the start of the pandemic, leaving many properties vulnerable to trespassers.
ULI chair Anette Simpson discusses the key post-pandemic challenges the UK housing industry is facing.
Landlords and occupiers left to manage return to workplaces themselves in absence of government guidance.
Continued growth expected despite cost hikes and end of stamp duty holiday.
CMS report shows mounting optimism that property market will bounce back strongly, driven by tech.
Car manufacturer teaming up with Envision AESC to build £450m car battery gigafactory at Sunderland’s IAMP.