A couple of years ago, Women in Property made a decision: we would not support industry events unless there was reasonable gender balance among the list of speakers.
Landlords don’t have to launch their own operations to gain exposure to the flexible workplace sector
At the end of last year, the government set out plans for investment of £600bn in infrastructure over the next 10 years, which will be spread across multiple sectors, including transport, energy, utilities and social infrastructure.
In 2019 the role of digital connectivity and the rollout of digital infrastructure will remain high on the agenda, both for the government and as a result, the UK’s property sector.
2018 was certainly a tumultuous year as far as business rates was concerned with the impact of the 2017 revaluation hitting home.
When considering the past year, ‘uncertainty’ has certainly been the watchword for those operating in the property and construction industry.
It is no secret that the UK’s internet capabilities have a lot of catching up to do. Indeed, the stalled rollout of full-fibre is a growing national problem that must be tackled swiftly, especially as the UK still lags behind other countries. So it is encouraging that the government has ...
Property professionals gathered to discuss how the sector can become more sustainable.
Mitchell Labiak talks to a digital marketing agency that operates completely by remote working
This week sees world leaders, civil society and the finest climate scientists descend on Katowice, the coal capital of Poland, for COP24, the United Nation’s climate conference.