VOA sees big dip in appeals as sign that new system is working, but critics say red tape deters genuine objections
When working with occupiers to identify new accommodation options, a question that is increasingly asked, especially by US occupiers looking to expand in London, is: can we have dogs in the building?
Sainsbury’s, Tesco, The Co-Op, and Cardtronics take case against business rates on ATMs to the Court of Appeal.
I am not being unnecessarily jingoistic but the UK truly has one of the best property and construction industries in the world.
Densification is an increasingly prevalent trend but how can it be best employed? John Morgan looks at why the trend is becoming so popular and how to effectively increase a development’s density.
It is a dynamic time to be in real estate right now, with proptech starting to have an important impact on both the residential and commercial property sectors.
For investors, the choice is between traditional retail and the burgeoning logistics sector, according to David Mitchell of Property 2018 organisers Shepherd+Wedderburn
Lichfields report finds most neighbourhood plans are not helping to boost housebuilding, but opinion is split on their merit.
Report by the former minister for housing Nick Raynsford calls for a simplified, people-centred planning system.
There remains a general perception among the public and within some planning authorities — I worked at three of them — that developers have infinite pots of money to throw at projects and that planning delays are part and parcel of the game.