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The year ahead: we can’t hide away


The last three years have been unusual to say the least. We entered and re-entered national lockdowns, had three prime ministers without a single general election, witnessed Russia wage war on Ukraine and saw inflation hit a 40-year high as words like ‘permacrisis’ entered the everyday vernacular.

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Brace for the impact of real austerity


In 1947, as he was about to present his Budget, Labour’s Hugh Dalton, the then chancellor of the exchequer, let slip to an old friend: “No more on tobacco; a penny on beer; something on dogs and pools but not on horses; increase in purchase tax, but only on articles ...

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Past lessons on uncertain times

2022-11-02T00:00:00+00:00By Scott Tyler

Since the start of September, the UK has gone through a series of rather unsettling events.


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Businesses increasingly look to switch from long leases to flex


More than 50% of businesses looking to reduce their office space are considering a switch from long leases to flex, reveals an independent survey by flex space operator Orega, consisting of 500 business leaders and 2,000 UK office workers.


As staff return to offices, how many are ‘quietly quitting’?


On 7 February, the Cabinet Office began collecting statistics on how many civil servants were at work in 19 key central London buildings. Almost all the departments covered have seen a steady resumption of office-based working.

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Q&A: Can BTR still rise as the economy dips?


C&W’s Lewis Smith on likely impact of economic storms on build-to-rent sector.

Culture Club

Diverse people reading books

Please send us your top book, Netflix and music picks and we will post them here. They can be as high or lowbrow, funny or tragic, relaxing or dramatic as you like – although perhaps steer clear of anything too depressing or apocalyptic.

Send them to our Twitter and LinkedIn channels using #PWCovid19help including a few lines on why you’ve picked them and, if you can, a picture of what you’ve picked. Happy reading, watching and listening!

Your recommendations

Can't cook, will cook


Many of us embraced our inner chef during the 2020 and 2021 lockdowns. As such, we launched ‘Can’t cook, will cook’ - a light-hearted selection of family recipes or signature comfort dishes sent in by your fellow Property Week readers. Enjoy!

Your recipes


  • No stone unturned: interview with John Tonkiss

  • Why wellbeing at work is more important than ever

  • We can work it out

  • Q&A: Five minutes with Angela Lowe, senior director at CBRE

  • Q&A: Five minutes with Polly Troughton, managing director at St Modwen Logistics

  • Q&A: Five minutes with Zach Douglas, CEO and co-founder of Orega

  • Q&A; Five minutes with Nikki Davies, managing director, MPC

  • Q&A: five minutes with Derek Pratt, commercial director at Sourced Capital

  • Q&A: Five minutes with Joanna Barraclough, divisional director at Countrywide

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