Three firms set up consultancy focusing on Midtown, Victoria and South Bank.
Knight Frank has restructured its retirement housing team to create “a fully serviced retirement offering” with specialist appointments focusing on research, valuations and sales.
Strategic marketing consultancy firm Conductor has created a new team to analyse the social and economic impact of new developments.
Roebuck Asset Management has implemented the next phase of its growth strategy by appointing David Hidderley to lead its investment team.
Helical has promoted its group financial controller James Moss and senior investment executive Tom Anderson to the executive committee to work directly alongside chief executive Gerald Kaye.
In one of my first Property Week columns, I wrote about the need for greater diversity and gender equality in the industry. For this I was heavily criticised by many senior individuals, who took the time to call me and tell me I was wrong.
Shopping and accessing entertainment come high on the list of challenging experiences for people with disabilities, both physical and hidden such as autism, dementia and mental health conditions, and the number of people facing these barriers is increasing.
Nearly 50 senior property executives have signed up to a set of commitments to promote a greater gender balance in the industry.
Debbie Akehurst talks to Property Week about the work behind her Outstanding Achievement Award at the inaugural Social Mobility Awards.
Melanie Stancliffe explains what employers need to do if they have to deal with allegations of sexual misconduct in the office
“I plan to start a family imminently.” It’s not something many women would feel confident saying in an interview, nor is it something many interviewers would expect to hear.