All the latest market reports and features on the residential sector

Gemma Young

Q&A: Settled chief executive on transforming homebuying through technology


Property Week speaks to Gemma Young, the CEO and co-founder of an online platform designed to take the stress out of buying and selling your home.

Helen Gordon

Q&A: Helen Gordon on Grainger’s PRS investment drive


Grainger’s chief executive Helen Gordon talks about the company’s PRS strategy and what the future holds for the sector.

The Collective Old Oak

Co-living pioneers shake up rental market

By Nick Hughes

New housing schemes promising a social life and networking opportunities are redefining the rental landscape.

Bow Square, Southampton

Q&A: Atlas Residential's Jonathon Ivory on bringing the American ethos to the UK BTR market


The MD of Atlas Residential’s London office discusses differences and similarities between the UK and US markets.

Edgbaston Stadium

Patrizia UK takes guard with BTR scheme next to Edgbaston ground

At the beginning of August, Patrizia UK exchanged on four acres of land beside Warwickshire County Cricket Club’s Edgbaston Stadium. The UK arm of the German-based residential giant plans to build 375 build-to-rent (BTR) homes with a gross development value of around £85m.

Target Healthcare

Q&A: A care home REIT that’s meeting its growth Target


It has been a promising year so far for Target Healthcare REIT. The group, founded in 2013, recently made two acquisitions - an 88-bed care home in Leicestershire and a development site in Birkdale - and it is planning to expand its presence further across the UK.

Future Carrington, Manchester

Future Carrington could be a ‘transformative’ development

By Andrew Stone

One of the largest development opportunities in Greater Manchester is under way after Trafford Council gave the nod to the first phase of the Future Carrington project, in a move that many anticipate will unlock significant and ‘transformative’ new development in the area.

Central Park, Darlington

Council housebuilding – is it due for a revival?

By Ben Cooper

“Whether you rent or buy, everyone needs the security of a place to call home,” Theresa May told The Sunday Times last weekend. “That’s why we will fix the broken housing market and support local authorities and housing associations to build a new generation of council homes right across the ...

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