Lockdown rules are easing and hopes of an economic recovery are growing, but there is still widespread uncertainty over when businesses in the UK plan to return to workplaces.
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Following the mass transition to working from home, as well as health & safety concerns about returning to the workplace, Property Week is keen to hear your thoughts on what lies ahead for the future of the office.
Over 87% of international firms said that less than half of their current corporate real estate portfolio would qualify as ‘green’ or ‘sustainable’, according to a new report from Knight Frank.
Prologis has acquired a 150,000 sq ft unit in Park Royal, London, in an off-market purchase and leaseback for approximately £70m.
New York, Paris, London, Berlin and Frankfurt are expected to be among the fastest-transitioning cities to hybrid working.
Pan-European private equity specialist Palm Capital has signed two new tenants at its Grade A office building in Edinburgh following extensive refurbishment, Property Week can reveal.
Later living operator Guild Living has won its appeal from the planning inspectorate to deliver a 222-unit scheme in Walton-on-Thames in Elmbridge, Surrey.
Network Space has been given the nod to develop the second phase of its Tunstall Arrow site in Stoke-on-Trent.
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