10 July 2009
Deadline passes for first NHS Express LIFT development
08 May 2009
As the BBC builds up for its big move to Peel’s Media City in Salford in summer 2011, what can government departments that are under pressure to follow to the regions learn?
London supplement April 2009
A lot has happened in the wider economy since Hugh Seaborn agreed to take over as chief executive of landed estate Cadogan.
As the diggers move in to start Crossrail, landlords are weighing up the cost of the disruption
Occupiers supplement September 2008
As sure as night follows day, tenants’ calls to pay rent monthly rather than quarterly follow a downturn in the economy.
Corporate occupiers are finding that refurbishing a well-known location makes more financial sense than moving to new offices.
While some occupiers have won appeals against empty rates liabilities, hefty bills on vacated buildings may be the last straw for many others
The Planning Bill continued its passage onto the statute books early this morning when it received its second reading in the House of Lords.
11 July 2008
Medical supplier and MAN Truck & Bus take combined 206,500 sq ft
Mark Shepherd gives you the lowdown on all the sectors across the region
Retailers on Liverpool’s Bold Street may become part of a business improvement district to stop shoppers leaving for Liverpool One.
Plans for Everton’s move out of town are heading for extra time.
Calling for a referendum is the latest ploy in Peel Holdings’ anti-congestion charge battle.
Jim Spencer has not only adopted a fresh business strategy – he also has the finance in place to back it up.
20 June 2008
Property company sets up joint venture to develop Manchester office building
Sustainability May 2008
It is hard to imagine life without sustainability.
Housebuilders believe the new Code for Sustainable Homes will hamper productivity unless critical issues are resolved.
Ahead of his forthcoming memoirs, John Prescott gives Mark Shepherd a sneak preview on Kyoto, the Thames Gateway and the sustainability void he has left in the Cabinet.
Birmingham and Liverpool are among the big authorities with new sustainability agendas.
Mark Shepherd meets Helen Bennett, 26, an environmental planner with Cushman & Wakefield, and her sister, Claire Bennett, 24, a graduate surveyor at the same firm
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