As the National Grid runs out of capacity, Property Week looks at energy alternatives for developers.
Demand for developments with a range of uses has risen since the pandemic.
While Leeds is set to benefit from huge swathes of development, opportunity also knocks in the region’s other major conurbations. James Wilmore reports.
Andy Hillier reports on the double whammy of rising demand for and falling supply of properties.
Dublin’s office market has been hit by dampened demand from tech firms, but is it just a blip or the sign of a longer-term downturn?
Ahead of the RESi 360 conference in September, residential experts tell James Wilmore about the impact of interest rate rises on the sector and when they expect conditions to improve.
Large swathes of brownfield land beside railways are set to become available.
While a few key schemes are under way, some of Scotland’s main markets are suffering from a lack of supply and investment. Property Week reports.
Despite cost and planning hurdles, heritage site regeneration still has appeal.
The need for care beds is outpacing supply, creating risks and opportunities.
Flexible laboratory space in prime locations is increasingly in demand.
While two Hollywood stars were the unlikely catalyst for Wrexham’s revival, the Welsh government has been the main player in supporting a wave of major regeneration schemes across the country.
UK airports are set to expand to a degree that has not been seen in decades.
ESG has become a key consideration in developments.
Ahead of speaking at next month’s Later Living conference, Professor Les Mayhew tells Property Week how proposals in his report last year could transform the retirement housing sector.
Contractors face a number of hurdles in the race to make high-rise blocks safe.
Agents and developers are optimistic about the North West’s future and tell Madeleine Knight about a number of key developments coming to the fore despite the headwinds as she pays a visit to the region.
Shipping set to play bigger role as UK reduces reliance on air and road freight.
After a demand surge over the past few years, the market may be set to cool.
The industry has faced many challenges but pubs continue to attract buyers.
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