Mitchell writes for the Professional section of Property Week and also leads on multi-media content.
Liz Peace has been appointed as the chair of a new shadow sponsor board responsible for the restoration of the Palace of Westminster.
Developer YardNine, backed Invesco Real Estate, has purchased 40 and 50 Eastbourne Terrace in Paddington for £110m from Hermes Investment Management and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board.
BNP Paribas Real Estate has appointed Caroline Palmer to lead an expansion of its residential business into Asia-Pacific following its acquisition of Strutt & Parker last year.
Office investment volumes in the City of London reached a record high in Q2 2018 with £3.6bn of stock traded, according to CBRE
As landlords’ discontent about perceived misuse of CVAs by retailers grows, Mitchell Labiak canvasses experts’ opinions on how to reform the system
KKS Strategy managing partner takes over from Ken Shuttleworth
Blockchain has been heralded as the next big thing in real estate, but not everyone is convinced. Mitchell Labiak talks to the lovers and haters of this divisive new technology
Robert Hayton and Alex Probyn from Altus Group discuss the purchase of CVS and how it is adjusting to the new appeals system.
Rockspring has fully let its speculatively built Criterion industrial unit in Belvedere, London.
Regeneration specialist U+I has announced its deputy chief executive Richard Upton is taking a short sabbatical from the firm in a move which has been approved by the board.
The new training program for landlords of student accommodation will help prioritise student mental health
New technology will ‘challenge the old world order’ and industry is catching up fast, say Paris delegates.
Local Government Association seeks government assurances that it will fill funding gap if EIB stops backing UK projects.
The government’s plan to create New Town Development Corporations has met with mixed reactions from the industry.
VOA sees big dip in appeals as sign that new system is working, but critics say red tape deters genuine objections