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    The Brexodus that never was

    2021-09-30T00:00:00+01:00By Noella Pio Kivlehan

    The mass relocation of companies from the UK to the EU predicted in the wake of the Brexit vote never came to pass. Property Week looks at how the European cities that were expected to benefit have fared.

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    Brexit could provide the push the property industry needs to sharpen up customer experience

    2021-08-17T13:20:00+01:00By Charlotte Crawley

    Headlines about staff shortages in UK hospitality should be a wake-up call for certain corners of the property industry and the way we approach customer experience (CX).

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    Housebuilders hit as demand for materials outstrips supply


    ‘Yet another test’ for SMEs as the impact of Covid and Brexit leads to acute shortages and project delays

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    Why nearshoring is so beneficial

    2021-07-08T00:00:00+01:00By Andrew Coombs

    When giant automotive supplier Robert Bosch opened a €1bn chip plant in Germany close to the Sirius Business Park in Dresden last month, it was hailed as a triumph for nearshoring – the opposite of the trend towards globalisation that has driven world economies in the 21st century.

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    Interview with BentallGreenOak’s Toby Phelps


    BentallGreenOak’s Toby Phelps discusses the international investor’s move into the UK warehouse market with Property Week and explains why it is far from done investing in the industrial sector despite how hot it now is.

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    The logistics of leaving the EU

    2021-04-30T00:00:00+01:00By Bruno Berretta

    Many businesses breathed a sigh of relief when the UK and the EU clinched a last-minute deal days before the end of the transition period.

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    Investment volumes across Europe plummeted 27% in 2020


    European real estate investment volumes nosedived 27% last year as Covid took its toll – with Brexit relegating London to second place behind Paris at city level.

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    Post-Covid offices are set to flourish

    2021-02-25T00:00:00+00:00By William Beardmore-Gray

    What is the closest forest to central London? Epping? Highgate? Petts Wood? By 2024, Central London will have its own forest on the site of the former Blackfriars Crown Court in Southwark.

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    The UK has finally left the EU, but what does it mean for the I&L sector?


    The UK has finally left the EU with a trade agreement. But the effects on the industrial and logistics sector – and our economy in general – are not yet clear. Property Week investigates what we can expect from the deal.

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