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Property Partners Supplement 30 November 2001
Times have changed. Developers wanting to compile a tender list are finding it impossible as contractors now only need to take the jobs with minimal risks.
Sir Michael Hopkins has a mission: to keep buildings interesting. In a rare interview, Jeremy Melvin finds out why modern monoliths aren't his idea of the future.
Are quantity surveyors successfully reinventing themselves as broader consultants or do they continue to be stuck in the past?
As property becomes 'cheaper', banks are rushing to lend to the market, but there are concerns that the sector is overheating.
Despite their reluctance to get involved with lawyers, surveyors are realising that the role of law firms in property deals is growing. We ask if lawyers can cope with their new responsibilities
The introduction of the new International Accounting Standards looks set to throw the property world into chaos with a raft of new regulations.
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