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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Market forecast to remain buoyant as Help to Buy boosts housebuilders’ confidence in land purchases.
Rules that allow developers to convert light industrial buildings into residential schemes without going through the usual planning process came into force this week.
The MD of Atlas Residential’s London office discusses differences and similarities between the UK and US markets.
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.
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.
Tim Henman, new ambassador for property investment fund The Hideaways Club, tells Property Week about his first flat and his love of bricks and mortar.
At a time when property investment in Scotland appears to have slowed, one sector is speeding up its rate of activity: the university sector.
Being a developer in a historic city is never easy. When that city is Edinburgh, where the planning system has a reputation for being particularly laborious, things are even tougher - especially when you have an interest in complex, listed assets.
Inhabit Residential is the biggest build-to-rent (BTR) company you’ve never heard of. In recent years, it has quietly amassed a £1bn development pipeline of 3,500 units across seven sites in seven regional cities, the vast majority of which have planning permission.