Insight and comment
Great. Just when we thought the doom-mongers might be wrong. This week, clouds started to gather once more on two potentially very stormy weather fronts: the climate and Covid.
In a Financial Times opinion piece earlier this month headlined ‘Why Germany is the West’s sanest country’, columnist Gideon Rachman wrote: “The recent German election and its aftermath underline the point; it was a close contest, but the losers accepted the results gracefully. No one tried to claim that the ...
We’ve had an abundance of fuel for so many decades. Suddenly there are energy problems that have affected the whole of the UK in recent weeks. We have frantically had to queue for petrol for our cars, and numerous energy companies have gone bust due to soaring wholesale prices.
Are you, like me and most Brits, trying to do your bit to save the planet, but totally hacked off by the nihilistic tactics of Insulate Britain? Can I suggest a way to stop the lunatics from gluing themselves to the M25: next time they pounce, turn the heating up ...
It’s amazing that it only became illegal to discriminate against people identifying as lesbian, gay or bisexual in the workplace in 2003. The property industry’s own landmark moment came in 2011, when Freehold was launched as a networking forum for UK real estate LGBTQI+ professionals.
Legal and professional advice
Women in Property webinar outlines scale of racial inequity in property and how the issue can be addressed.
Martin Roberts, principal and co-founder of Addington Capital, on how he got started in property, his favourite film and radio show, his number-one travel destination and the superpower he wishes he had.
The High Court recently handed down another decision upholding a landlord’s claim for rent arrears accrued during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Post-pandemic, the workplace lobby can be redesigned to become the beating heart of an office building.
A recent BBC survey neatly highlighted the situation we find ourselves in as more workers start to return to the office.
Huge increase in time taken to register new and updated ownership is causing big problems for real estate deals.
Other councils may follow Welwyn Hatfield in pausing local plans after PM questions greenfield resi schemes.
Investment volumes are expected to recover as post-lockdown demand bounces back following brutal 2020.
Gavin Eustace explains why he set up the business and what he plans to do next.
New housing secretary suggests in party conference speech that it will build more in north and less in south.