By Nick Johnstone2010-08-03T11:23:00+01:00
Public spending cuts have led to a dip in commercial development activity in the second quarter of 2010, according to statistics published by accountancy BDO.
To read the full story on www.PublicPropertyUK.com, click here: Public sector development drops in second quarter
Escalating tensions between retail landlords and tenants over unpaid rents are spilling over into the courts – as senior industry figures warn that the new national lockdown will cause “total carnage” in the retail and hospitality sectors.
After a long six months, the stay on possession proceedings has finally been lifted, although this does not mean an immediate return to normality.
Landlords can face serious consequences for failing to carry out risk assessments or implement measures.
The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has published guidance on what it has said constitutes high-quality renewable energy and high-quality carbon offsetting.
Stenprop has hired John Whitley, a former executive at Hertz and Expedia, to the newly created role of group sales and marketing director.
Chancerygate has revealed plans for speculative industrial development with a combined gross development value of £160m.
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