Liz Hamson has been the editor of Property Week since July 2014 and writes a weekly leader column as well as other features across the property sector.
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How do we turn followship into leadership ahead of COP26? That is the question we will be asking at our Climate Crisis Challenge Campaign Spotlight Event, in collaboration with UKGBC, on Thursday 23 September – and we are inviting you to put your questions, too, to the c-suite speakers and ...
Battersea Power Station Development Company boss Simon Murphy tells Property Week how the developer scaled “the Everest of property” and why he is so bullish about the £9bn scheme’s post-Covid prospects.
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).
Who can forget the harrowing images of fire ravaging Grenfell Tower in the early hours of Wednesday 14 June 2017, or the shocked incomprehension on the firefighters’ faces as they rushed towards the blaze, which having started as a seemingly innocuous kitchen fire on the fourth floor would spread so ...
Happy days. The sun has been shining, the Covid death rate has hit zero for the first time since the pandemic began and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is forecasting that the UK economy will grow 7.2% in 2021, up from its prediction of 5.1% in March.
What a week. First, former US cop Derek Chauvin was found guilty of the murder of George Floyd, prompting an outpouring of relief over the verdict. Then, we had the outrageous, but happily short-lived, proposals for a football European Super League (ESL), spearheaded by the so-called ‘big six’ UK football ...