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Market Update: The rise of the fast food sector, and investment in Scottish offices
May 22, 2013 03:24 AM PDT
In this month's Market Update podcast, EG Markets Editor Noella Pio Kivlehan speaks with the Local Data Company's Matthew Hopkinson about the increasing variety of outlets in the fast food sector. Our Scotland correspondent, Lisa Pilkington, speaks with BNP Paribas Real Estate's head of Scotland Gavin Willins about investment in offices.Qatari Diar and Delancey unveil private rented intitative at former Olympic Village
May 21, 2013 04:33 AM PDT
Qatari Diar and Delancey have unveiled their private rented initiative, Get Living London, and promised transparent lettings to all tenants. Delancey’s Stuart Corbyn, chairman of Get Living London, vowed to own, manage and let the private homes direct at East Village, E20, the site of the Olympic Village. Corbyn speak with EG's residential reporter Annabel Dixon at the Chelsea Flower Show.Lord Myners: Target Far East, not TMT
May 16, 2013 04:30 AM PDT
BCO 2013: Developers should look to the Far East, not to the TMT sector, for growth, the former chairman of Land Securities told delegates at the BCO conference today. Estates Gazette's editor Damian Wild spoke with Lord Myners about the need to re-capitalise the banks.IPD UK property returns: April
May 16, 2013 04:35 AM PDT
Estates Gazette's Sophia Furber talks to Greg Mansell, head of UK and Ireland at IPD on April's property returns, which hit their highest monthly level since November 2011Modest growth for UK, says Lamont
May 16, 2013 03:57 AM PDT
BCO conference 2013: The UK economy will post modest growth this year, but still runs the risk of further shocks, former chancellor Lord Lamont told the BCO conference in Madrid this morning. Estates Gazette's editor Damian Wild interviews Lamont about the UK's relationship with Europe.BCO 2013: London's status as a leading global city is at risk
May 16, 2013 03:22 AM PDT
Crown Estate chairman Sir Stuart Hampson has warned that government’s failure to move quickly on infrastructure decisions was putting London’s status as a leading global city at risk. Estates Gazette's editor Damian Wild interviews Sir Stuart Hampson.Charity cyclists arrive in Madrid for BCO Conference
May 16, 2013 03:01 AM PDT
More than 50 delegates cycled 290 miles to this year’s BCO conference in Madrid and are closing in on their target to raise £30,000 for charity. Estates Gazette editor Damian Wild interview Great Portland Estates' James Pellat, one of the organisers of the ride.EG Retail Summit 2013
May 15, 2013 02:53 AM PDT
Speaking exclusively to Estates Gazette at the Retail Summit 2013, Capital & Regional managing director shopping centres, Mark Bourgeois, said that technology has a “really exciting part to play as these three things converge”.
May 13, 2013 12:00 AM PDT
There were more planning consents in the inner London boroughs in 2012 that for at least the last two decades. With 20, 000 units in the pipeline to the south of the Thames, is the super prime market overheating?
May 02, 2013 06:04 AM PDT
EG finance reporter Sophia Furber talks to IPD’s UK and Ireland head of research, Greg Mansell, and Aberdeen Asset Management’s global head of property Andrew Smith at the launch of IPD’s UK quarterly index. A 1.1% total return over the quarter gives some signs for optimism, as do patches of growth in the regions. But how will investors – particularly institutions – meet their requirements for higher yields plus their need for stable and predictable income?DTZ Money into Property report: Real estate shows clear signs of recovery
May 02, 2013 05:19 AM PDT
EG finance reporter Sophia Furber talks to DTZ’s head of global research, Hans Vrensen, at the launch of DTZ’s annual Money into Property report, which tracks international financing trends. There are some concrete signs that a recovery is on the way, as the real estate world clears up its legacy issues and builds a healthy base for new growth, says Vrensen. Find out what he has to say in response to those who believe that DTZ’s view of the market is too bullish!Top Guns - Three different perspectives on property
May 01, 2013 03:39 AM PDT
This podcast is a full recording of the Movers & Shakers/British Property Federation breakfast held at London's The Dorchester Hotel on April 30th, 2013. The discussion theme was: "Top Guns - Three Different Perspectives on Property". Panelists included
April 24, 2013 06:56 AM PDT
Yorkshire's industrial market is fighting a shortage of units like it's never know.
Statistically the supply figures look healthy but with no new quality stock being built in the last six to seven years those units on offer are facing obsolescence. Some, says David Aspland, partner at Carter Jonas, are the simply the wrong building, built at the wrong time in the wrong place, where even a haircut on rents isn't going to help.Worries behind bumper Leeds Q1 office take-up
April 24, 2013 05:36 AM PDT
Agents have expressed worries over the level of incentives on offer in the city after a bumper Q1.
David Aspland, partner at Carter Jonas, said large deals, already factored into the agent's psyche had inflated figures.
April 23, 2013 07:07 AM PDT
The industry's feelings about property present a stark dichotomy between London and the regions. When is this going to change? EG held a panel discussion to find out.
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