As anyone who remembers the farcical 1982 World Cup final draw can attest, it’s tough to make pulling numbers from a bag an exhilarating experience.
When John Coles, the former chairman of the British Property Federation (BPF), was awarded a lifetime membership for his services to the trade body at the National Residential Investment Conference on 6 February, his acceptance speech contained an unusual thank you to man’s best friend.
There are many different ways to top your pancake but do you know which pancake-themed street has the top house prices?
We’re no strangers at Property Week towers to the odd, peculiar and sometimes ridiculous market rumours, but a recent news tip has left us puzzled.
Homelessness is high on the social agenda, so we are pleased to see the success industrial property giant SEGRO has had in helping people get off the streets and back into work.
Luxury chocolate brand Saint Aymes has signed for its first-ever boutique café site at Connaught Village in the West End.
Are you sick of paying a fortune to live in central London? How about paying slightly less for accommodation in the suburbs and then enduring a harrowing commute into the capital on busy trains?
It’s rare that industrial market research has the property industry on tenterhooks, but Thames Valley shedheads eagerly await the annual publication of the Reading Industrial Report produced by local agency Haslams.