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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There are some turds you cannot polish, however skilled you are in that department. The Brexit deal is one of them. Others, however, can be buffed to a high shine and in some instances, on closer inspection, are revealed not to be turds at all – but merely in deep ...
The evolution of the flexible office sector has shaken up the real estate industry and has arguably changed it for the better. Yardi recently brought together a panel of experts to discuss the many segments of flexible offices and what lies in store for the sector.
The most startling image in the news this week has to be that of Jamal Khashoggi’s son Salah shaking the hand of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in Riyadh on Tuesday three weeks after his father’s brutal murder. What must he have been thinking as he met the man allegedly ...
As a Cambridge graduate, I was depressed and, frankly, embarrassed at how lowly the university ranked on social diversity in The Sunday Times’ latest Good University Guide – with only Oxford scoring lower.
Does your company boast a best-in-class work environment? Are your corporate culture, employee engagement and benefits second to none? Do you go out of your way to not just attract the best talent but also nurture and reward that talent?
The ‘will he or won’t he?’ question had been swirling around Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley for weeks. Some thought he would splash the cash to protect his shareholding, others that he would sit on his hands and do nothing.
Has there ever been a more exhilarating – or terrifying – time to be working in the residential sector? I can’t think of one. The sector has had to deal with challenge after challenge this year: the fourth housing minister in 12 months, the chaos caused by Brexit, the ailing ...
So what to make of Hammerson’s strategy update? It was always going to be tricky for chief executive David Atkins to identify the opportunity amidst the chaos of the abandoned merger with intu and rejected takeover bid from Klépierre.
If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs… if only.
Amid the football fever, Brexit brouhaha and Trump trashing, most Brits will have barely registered that the knock-on effect of David Davis’s resignation as Brexit secretary was the appointment of Kit Malthouse, the fourth – yes, fourth – new housing minister in 12 months.