In this month’s edition, the former banker turned tell-all-columnist and author Geraint Anderson discusses what caused the credit crunch and why there remain many money men basking under the Barbados sunshine despite Britain’s economic woes.

Ken Shuttleworth ponders London’s future skyline as the capital reassess its place in the global economy, and explains why eco-conscious architecture not only makes sense aesthetically but financially as well.

Fashionable young nightclub owner Charlie Gilkes reveals all about his new ‘speakeasy’-style concept bar, Barts which looks set to brighten Chelsea’s staid after-dark scene. And Ryman chief executive and popular entrepreneur, Theo Paphitis tells PW’s online editor, Iain O’Neil how to snag a bargain in these distressed and distressing times, ahead of his appearance on the next Property Week podcast.

And of course Property Week’s deputy editor, James Whitmore gives the lowdown on all the top property news headlines.

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