Occupier demand is rising as lack of new space threatens to drive up rents.
Flight to quality means that amenities and green space are now top priorities.
City sets out to lead clean energy revolution with UK’s first clean growth test bed.
Property Week looks at why values have plummeted and asks if they have further to fall.
Manchester regeneration scheme is spearheading the city’s levelling-up drive.
Its Jewellery Quarter schemes are part of a £500m pipeline in the area.
Take-up looks good but is not expected to rise significantly until spring.
House prices have hit a 17-year high, but how long will the boom time last.
Online auctions have been a roaring success. Will physical sales ever return?
The city was named best place to live in the UK in a recent Yopa poll as a glut of lower-price housing attracts people priced away from Glasgow and Edinburgh.
The adoption of tech and creation of unmanned sites could open up new locations.
Falling costs and rising efficiency have boosted take-up of solar technology.
Optimism abounds with Covid restrictions now over and investors are still keen.
Local authorities need to be more ambitious in their regeneration strategies. Kate Parker reports
Grace Howarth reports on a £1bn regeneration masterplan to revitalise the poverty-stricken town.
SEGRO’s Strategic Rail Freight Interchange could be a game-changer.
Occupiers and staff want to return to safer, more spacious workspaces.
Jersey and Guernsey prices hit record highs but lack of land stymies development.
New Aparthotel scheme breathes life into the city’s former Fenwick store.
Property Week held a Q A with some of the leading names in the F B sector.
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