By Nick Johnstone2010-10-18T10:34:00+01:00
Companies including Max Property and Hammersonhave given public backing to the £83bn cuts due to be announced by chancellor George Osborne on Wednesday.
To read the full story on www.PublicPropertyUK.com, click here: Property big hitters back Osborne’s cuts
Landlords can face serious consequences for failing to carry out risk assessments or implement measures.
Schroders has acquired a majority stake in an Asian real estate investment manager.
The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill has came into force today.
Urban Exposure gains traction while St Modwen sees 6.26% drop off.
Intu’s chief executive Matthew Roberts has stepped down a week after the company collapsed into administration.
NAEA Propertymark chief executive Mark Hayward will retire at the end of this year after seven years in the role.
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