Simon leads on the features desk co-ordinating and writing the Insight section. He rejoined the magazine in 2014 having previously worked for Property Week from 2000 to 2004.
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The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has succumbed to industry pressure and is ‘revisiting’ the need to hold an independent review of its corporate governance processes
Bywater Properties is offering free office space at its McLellan Works development in Glasgow and its Northstar scheme in Manchester, in the first quarter of 2021.
New data from Savills shows I&L space under construction for 2020-21 is down almost 50% on last year.
Almost every part of the property industry has been detrimentally affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Food and beverage operators have spent more days closed this year than open, retailers have shuttered stores after going under or entering into CVAs and administration and offices have lain empty during the biggest WFH ...
Mount Anvil’s managing director talks to Property Week about its Verdean scheme in west London, its partnership with housing association Catalyst and how well-placed it is to weather the recession.
Many thought talk of the death of the office was exaggerated, but that was before the new WFH directive.
Earlier this summer, Property Week in association with Freeths hosted a virtual roundtable to discuss the findings of the fourth annual Power of Proptech survey and look at the impact the Covid-19 pandemic has had on the digital transformation of the property industry.
UCL has selected Gerald Eve to oversee the university’s real estate portfolio following a tendering process. In addition to its main campus in Bloomsbury, UCL’s estate encompasses 270 properties totalling more than 1.4m sq ft.
The Allied London CEO talks to Property Week about Covid-19 construction delays, seismic shifts in the perception of property caused by the pandemic and the critical importance of a diverse portfolio
Muse managing director Matt Crompton reveals to Property Week how the developer kept its schemes ticking over during lockdown and why he thinks it is well-placed to seize the post-pandemic opportunities.
Property Week’s fourth annual Power of Proptech survey, supported by Freeths and carried out during lockdown, shows the impact of Covid-19 on the property industry with technology such as video conferencing and digital meeting tools expected to have a lasting role to play post-pandemic.
Yardi and Property Week recently invited experts from across the build-to-rent sector to take part in a digital debate on the key issues facing the market in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The consensus was that despite the challenges posed by the outbreak, there is also an opportunity for ...