Robert Sharp

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Tel:
020 7921 8568
Email:
rsharp@cmpi.biz
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    Energy labelling to demand a better quality of building

    Property Direct July 2004

    The European Union's plans to introduce mandatory energy labelling for buildings will increase standards of design while protecting the environment.

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    The EU's buildings directive: how will the system work?

    Property Direct July 2004

    The European Union Energy Performance of Buildings Directive will be passed into law in early 2006. Robert Sharp explains what the new regulations will mean for property owners and occupiers

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    Conditions looking up for tenants

    Property Direct July 2004

    The failure of the industry to make leases more flexible has led the government to propose legislation against upward-only rent reviews.

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    Investors go out on the town

    Property Direct July 2004

    A small number of flagship refurbishments have increased central Swindon's rents, which are fighting back against competition from out-of-town locations.

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    Brighton's age-old problem

    Property Direct July 2004

    Three quarters of Brighton's offices date back to the 1960s and 1970s, but two big schemes aim to increase the city's supply of modern, grade-A stock.

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    Back on the road again

    25 June 2004

    When Robert Tchenguiz bought nine Welcome Break service stations this month, he saved the operator from financial collapse and put his faith in the long-term viability of motorway services.

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    The inn crowd

    25 June 2004

    Budget hotels, traditionally the last resort of the roadside traveller, are to expand into city centres. Robert Sharp reports on a sector that is looking beyond its Alan Partridge image

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    Market forces

    18 June 2004

    The impact of Chelsfield's White City retail and leisure scheme is already being felt across Shepherd's Bush.

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    The measure of the man

    11 June 2004

    He's a father of five, a multimillionaire and in the Guinness Book of Records, but Brian Scowcroft is still looking for new challenges in Carlisle.