Leasehold reform has cross-party support, but experts disagree over the exact form it should take.
The huge skills gap in the UK construction industry is having a direct effect on many aspects of the sector, from rising labour costs to low housebuilding levels. The Chartered Institute of Building recently reported that 170,000 new recruits are needed by 2021 to keep up with demand. As Brexit ...
The call by Tesco chief executive Dave Lewis for the Chancellor to introduce a 2% levy on goods sold via the internet illustrates the anguish experienced by many high street retailers operating from physical stores.
Imminent ruling could challenge landlords’ right to refuse to renew tenants’ leases when planning major redevelopments.
At a time when humans spend the majority of their lives indoors, developers need to realise the responsibility they have to create spaces that support mental wellbeing.
The workplace solutions expert tells Mitchell Labiak about the need for an employee-centric approach
Speculative development levels have returned to a pre-crash high. With Brexit looming, will businesses need more space to stockpile – or will they retreat?
The government has made a number of announcements recently concerning the future of property development.
Industry representatives tell Lords committee that half of those working in construction believe corruption is common.
The co-working model exists in a grey area when it comes to regulation.