Mia Hunt is the former markets editor at Property Week.
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Vacancy rate in the town stands at only 3.5%.
Owner ‘re-energises’ park with plan for new lab and office space
Walk up Brighton’s Meeting House Lane and you will be confronted with a giant mural of a gothic-style Alice in Wonderland that leads into Hanningtons Lane, a brand-new mixed-use street in the city’s famous Lanes.
Warehouse has been transformed into a gallery and studio space
Occupiers forced to look to peripheral locations.
Steady start to 2019 boosts city confidence.
With its combination of road, rail and air access, SEGRO’s vast new logistics park in the East Midlands holds national significance.
Lack of development constrains supply.
Space in centre is scarce after spate of deals.
Kennedy Wilson’s head of Ireland, Alison Rohan, tells Mia Hunt about its Capital Dock scheme
Dublin’s office market continues to go from strength to strength. Last year, take-up hit 346,000 sq m, the highest ever recorded. This was driven by a mammoth hike in the average letting size of 50% in the last five years. And this, in turn, has been driven by an influx ...
Buildings use 40% of the world’s energy and emit 40% of the world’s carbon emissions. As a result, the property industry finds itself under increasing pressure from government, sustainability groups and the public to lower their impact on the environment. But just how seriously is it being taken?