Sam reports on resi, politics & policy, planning and proptech on a freelance basis, and is the former digital news editor of Property Week.
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Occupiers are looking at how buildings can boost their appeal in an effort to attract and retain skilled workers.
The city’s East End scheme is attracting residential and industrial development but the office market still poses challenges.
Delayed £200m scheme is likely to progress with the existing development manager and a new partner.
Tourism and a wave of new homes are set to attract investment.
Market forecast to remain buoyant as Help to Buy boosts housebuilders’ confidence in land purchases.
New business park set to offer 1m sq ft of out-of-town space seeks occupiers.
Demand for space has kept the market stable and fuelled new development.
Intended to promote healthy living and reduce the incidence of diseases like obesity, ‘healthy towns’ were hailed as the future when the NHS announced the initiative 18 months ago.
The MD of Atlas Residential’s London office discusses differences and similarities between the UK and US markets.
Rules that allow developers to convert light industrial buildings into residential schemes without going through the usual planning process came into force this week.
Last Friday, the government introduced a standard compensation claim form for anyone whose land is subject to a compulsory purchase order - a move that should streamline the CPO process.