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Strutt and Parker open Cambridge office
February 21, 2013 04:00 PM PST
Strutt and Parker are about to open an office in Cambridge. EG's Nadia Elghamry talks to its head Will Gemmill about his plans for the region and how he'll build the team up to 40 people in five years.Cheap land is vital to boost new homes in the mid market, experts say
February 06, 2013 06:24 AM PST
The supply of cheap land is vital to boost new homes in the intermediate market, industry chiefs reasserted today. Speaking at the London Property Forum’s session, Building for the Middle Market, held at the Caravan Restaurant in King’s Cross, Yolande Barnes, director of residential research at Savills, said that consideration for how public sector land is released, and owned and managed on an ongoing basis, is the key to plugging the housing shortfall.Leeds aims for retail premier league
February 06, 2013 03:29 AM PST
The promise of Land Securities' £350m, 1m sq ft Trinity Leeds shopping centre and the opening of the 13,500 capacity Leeds Arena in September has put the city on the front foot. This podcast is a full recording of Estates Gazette's Yorkshire and North East Question Time event held in Leeds on 1st February, 2013. The debate focuses on key issues affecting the region this year.Stanhope outlines vision for the BBC's Television Centre in White City, London
February 06, 2013 02:13 AM PST
Stanhope director Charles Walford talks about his company's vision for the redevelopment of the BBC's Television Centre in White City, West London. Proposals include 1,000 homes, entertainment and leisure facilities, a hotel, public open space, office and studio space for the BBC, as well as offices for other tenants.IPD Market Benchmark Report
February 01, 2013 05:05 AM PST
Estates Gazette's Sophia Furber talks to Phil Tily, IPD's managing director, UK and Ireland and Malcolm Hunt, director of client services, UK and Ireland on the launch of the IPD's market benchmark report and the prospects for the property market in 2013.JLL's Guy Grainger
January 30, 2013 04:48 AM PST
JLL UK chief executive Guy Grainger talks to Estate Gazette Editor Damian Wild on his first few weeks in the role and his plans for the company.The TMT sector in London and Europe
January 28, 2013 08:25 AM PST
David Sands of EuroProperty Trends talks to Michael Davis of Cushman & Wakefield about the growth of the TMT sector in London and emerging hotspots in EuropeEGI London Offices Market Analysis Q4
January 24, 2013 06:37 AM PST
Jack Sidders and Tom Pilkington of Estates Gazette, discuss the highlights of the London Office Market Analysis for Q4 2012Westfield & Hammerson on Croydon
January 17, 2013 04:31 AM PST
Peter Cole, chief investment officer at Hammerson and Westfield director John Burton talk about their joint venture to redevelopment two shopping centres in CroydonLondon Mayor Boris Johnson on Croydon's regeneration
January 17, 2013 04:14 AM PST
London Mayor Boris Johnson talks about the joint venture between Hammerson and Westfield to redevelop Croydon's two main shopping centres in a £1bn schemeCroydon's Whitgift Centre
January 17, 2013 03:39 AM PST
EG's Jack Sidder's talks to Croydon Council leader Mike Fisher on the joint venture between Hammerson and Westfield to develop the Whitgift CentreMoscow's property market matures
January 08, 2013 04:36 AM PST
EG's features and comment editor Emily Wright interviews Cushman & Wakefield's head of research in Russia, Denis Sokolov about key trends in the Moscow commercial property market.Dmitry Mints talks about Russia's O1 Properties
January 08, 2013 04:10 AM PST
EG's features and comment editor, Emily Wright, interviews O1 Properties' Dmitry Mints about the Russian property market.Europe's logistics market
January 07, 2013 09:19 AM PST
Paul Strohm, editor of EuroProperty Trends, speaks to BNP Paribas Real Estate associate director research Kevin Mofid about Europe's evolving logistics marketCan property forecasts be trusted?
December 06, 2012 05:03 AM PST
Estates Gazette finance reporter Sophia Furber speaks with Michael White, professor of real estate economics at Nottingham Trent university, about a piece of research he’s done in conjunction with IPF on the accuracy of property forecasting. White presented his research at this year's IPD Conference in Brighton.Question Time: Brum's got to get its swagger on
December 06, 2012 03:16 AM PST
Birmingham is losing its grip on the ‘second city’ tag to a northern neighbour with greater personality and drive, according to Birmingham’s most renown property investor. Speaking on the panel at Estates Gazette Midlands Question Time last week, Bassi said: ‘’Manchester has got personality, it's got drive, it’s got a message and you know where you stand with Manchester. We’ve just got too many people with too many different messages.’ Listen to the full Question Time debate in this podcast.Westminster City Council talks to EG
December 04, 2012 08:54 AM PST
Estates Gazette's Joanna Bourke talks to Councillor Philippa Roe, the leader of Westminster city council, on the new Developer Framework Panel, which includes firms such as Berkeley Homes and Grosvenor, and how it will be used to help deliver £350m of new regeneration schemes in the borough.Clegg reveals £225m housing push
November 22, 2012 08:29 AM PST
Deputy prime minister Nick Clegg is calling on the industry to help build the country out of the housing crisis. Speaking at the NHBC annual lunch at the Royal Opera House, WC2, today, Clegg confirmed that the coalition government is intervening directly to unblock a number of stalled major housing projects. Estates Gazette spoke to a number of industry experts after the speech to gauge reaction.Eddisons first London sale raises £3.5m
November 21, 2012 08:53 AM PST
Eddisons launched into the London auction market today with an inaugural sale that raised £3.5m off a 60% success rate.
November 21, 2012 02:35 AM PST
Cambridge has withstood the recession better than any other region outside of London, but its growth can only be sustained by extending the brand beyond the city centre.
That was the verdict among the panel at the EG East of England Question Time held at Murray Edwards College on Friday, 9 November.
Listen to a recording of the entire debate in this podcast or watch a video here http://www.egi.co.uk/news/article.aspx?id=758535The European Blue Banana
November 19, 2012 05:46 AM PST
Seventy per cent of deliveries in Europe can be served within one day by a curved logistics corridor from the UK to Northern Italy.
November 19, 2012 04:49 AM PST
The third annual BNP Paribas Real Estate and IPD logistics index has revealed that sheds are outperforming wider industrial property in the UK.
November 15, 2012 06:49 AM PST
Estates Gazette's Noella Pio Kivlehan talks to Roger Wade, CEO of Boxpark, which owns the pop up mall in Shoreditch on plans for a new mall in AmsterdamMAPIC 2012 - retail expansion
November 15, 2012 05:28 AM PST
Estates Gazette's Noella Pio Kivlehan talks to Neville Moss, head of EMEA Research at CBRE at Mapic 2012 on retail expansion.MAPIC 2012 - Westfield
November 15, 2012 02:15 AM PST
Estates Gazette's Noella Pio Kivlehan talks to Bill Giouroukos, Westfield's director of operations at MAPIC 2012 on the company's plans to open a giant shopping centre in Milan.Cycle to MAPIC
November 14, 2012 09:17 AM PST
Estates Gazette's Noella Pio Kivlehan talks to J-J Lorraine, director of Morrow Lorraine and Nick Hanmer, chief executive of Cycle2Cannes on the completion of the first cycle to MAPIC.JLL's Residential Forecast Seminar
November 13, 2012 07:12 AM PST
Estates Gazette's Annabel Dixon talks to JLL's Neil Chegwidden and Jon Neale on the forecasts for the residential market until 2017. They are joined by David Lunts, executive director, housing and land at the Greater London Authority.IPD Third Quarter update: UK capital values dip
November 01, 2012 09:14 AM PDT
UK capital values fell 0.8% in the three months to 30 September owing to wary investor sentiment, according the latest IPD figures.The UK Quarterly Property Index found that values have now fallen for a full year, and declines at the headline level in this "second dip" have amounted to 2.6%. Regional office and retail sector falls have been over 5%.St Giles, London, set for retail transformation
October 31, 2012 06:12 AM PDT
Crossrail and a series of new major redevelopments will transform the St Giles Circus area, WC1 and W1, into a global retail hub. Research by GVA, sponsored by New West End Company, claims that the area, comprising Eastern Oxford Street, New Oxford Street and High Holborn, is on the verge "of a major retail renaissance".North West Question Time: Manchester as a corporate destination
October 24, 2012 05:21 AM PDT
A formidable team of panellists debated the current state of Manchester and Greater Manchester at the Estates Gazette North West Question time on Friday, 19 October. The panel was: Tom Bloxham, chairman of Urban Splash; Pete Bradshaw, head of infrastructure at Manchester City FC; Alice Webb, COO of BBC North, Patrick Joynson, head of Savills' Manchester office, and Ruairidh Jackson, strategy and development director at NOMA (The Co-operative). EG editor Damian Wild chaired.
October 17, 2012 07:16 AM PDTEXPO Real 2012: CBRE on why London remains no 1 for investors
October 15, 2012 08:35 AM PDT
Estates Gazette's Sophia Furber talks to Peter Damesick, EMEA chief economist with CBRE on why foreign investors are still targeting London.EXPO Real 2012: Senior debt funds
October 15, 2012 08:16 AM PDT
Estates Gazette's Sophia Furber talks to John Feeney, head of real estate debt at Henderson Global Investors, on the burgeoning market for senior debt funds.EG Exclusive: Eric Pickles on CIL
October 12, 2012 03:45 AM PDT
Estates Gazette's Nick Whitten talks to Communities Secretary Eric Pickles on amendments to the Community Infrastructure Levy.The TMT sector is becoming the bedrock of London's office market
October 11, 2012 04:10 AM PDT
Plugging into the tech crowd. The technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) sector is becoming the bedrock of London's office market. Its space and funding needs and its ambitions were debated at Estates Gazette's latest London Forum event. This is a recording of the entire debate.Conservative Party Conference 2012: British Land's Chris Grigg
October 09, 2012 04:13 AM PDT
Estates Gazette's Nick Whitten talks to British Land's Chris Grigg on the decline of the High Street and the future of the Community Infrastructure LevyConservative Conference 2012: Call for Brum green belt homes
October 09, 2012 03:13 AM PDT
Birmingham city council development director Mark Barrow said today that building in the green belt is needed to help meet the city's housing needs. He talks with Estates Gazette's Nick Whitten from the Tory conference.EG talks to Barratt Developments chief Mark Clare
October 08, 2012 07:30 AM PDT
Estates Gazette's Nick Whitten talks to Barratt Developments chief Mark Clare at the Conservative Party Conference on why the government must act as a wholesale lender to prop up the mortgage marketWhy did Topland Estates buy Capital Tower in Cardiff
October 08, 2012 06:37 AM PDT
Topland Estates paid around £12m for the landmark Capital Tower in Cardiff. With Admiral due to vacate the building in three years what's behind the buy? Two agents give their views on what Topland could do with the building and options for its revival.
EG's Nadia Elghamry talks to investment specialist Peter Graham, director at Stephenson Alexander and Mark Sutton at Knight Frank.Allsop Space on Ireland's new house price register
October 05, 2012 07:13 AM PDT
Estate Gazette's Samantha Baden talks to Robert Hoban, director of auctions at Allsop Space on Ireland's new Property Price Register, launched this weekAllsop Space's biggest Irish auction
October 05, 2012 06:30 AM PDT
Estates Gazette's Samantha Baden talks to Allsop Space auctioneer Gary Murphy on its Dublin auction on Oct 3, which raised £14.3mBritish Land on the opening of its mall in Zaragoza Spain
October 05, 2012 03:11 AM PDT
Estates Gazette's Annabel Dixon talks to Steve Smith, British Land's chief investment officer, on the opening of its fashion mall in Puerto Venecia in Zaragoza, SpainJLL: Western corridor rents to rise
September 20, 2012 03:23 AM PDT
Average Western corridor office rents will rise steadily to £35 per sq ft by 2016 with competition for space increasing as grade-A supply erodes.
At its Western corridor presentation this morning, Jones Lang LaSalle said rents in all towns within the region, including Bracknell, Reading and Staines, are likely to experience rental growth.EG talks to British Land chief executive Chris Grigg
September 17, 2012 05:26 AM PDT
EG Talks to British Land chief executive Chris Grigg on a new report from PwC that predicts British Land's pipeline of projects will boost the UK economy by £1.1bn each yearRESI 2012: EG talks to Jon Di-Stefano of Telford Homes
September 17, 2012 05:36 AM PDT
Estates Gazette's Annabel Dixon talks Telford Homes’ chief executive Jon Di-Stefano on the growing interest from overseas and domestic buyers in east London following the Olympic Games.RESI 2012: EG talks to Bruce Ritchie of Residential Land
September 17, 2012 04:10 AM PDT
Estates Gazette's Annabel Dixon talks to Bruce Ritchie of Residential Land on the government’s recent moves to boost the housing market, warning that “the white elephant in the room is still the taxation issue”.RESI 2012: EG talks to Nick Candy
September 17, 2012 02:13 AM PDT
Estates Gazette's Annabel Dixon talks to luxury developer Nick Candy on the London residential market and the government's mansion tax.Wrenbridge Sport seeks new ventures
September 13, 2012 03:17 AM PDT
Head of Wrenbridge Sport Richard Arnold fresh from delivering some of the most iconic Olympic venues, talks about setting up the new venture for the Cambridge-based developer.BCSC 2012 Capital & Regional
September 12, 2012 05:03 AM PDT
Noella Pio Kivlehan talks to Mark Bourgeois, managing director, shopping centres, Capital & Regional on how landlords need to work better with retailers and customersBCSC 2012 Quintain
September 12, 2012 03:08 AM PDT
Noella Pio Kivlehan talks to Phil Cottingham, head of retail at Quintain on the development of its London Designer Outlet, set to open in the Capital next yearBCSC 2012 Savills
September 11, 2012 07:23 AM PDT
Occupational demand from retailers is still low, and the market remains challenging, said Rob Hargreaves, associate director, Savills.
Speaking at the BCSC conference in Liverpool Hargreaves feels that despite low demand there is more optimism at the event.BCSC 2012 Land Securities
September 11, 2012 06:58 AM PDT
Estate Gazette's Annabel Dixon talks to Ashley Blake, head of retail portfolio management at Land Securities on the challenges on the horizon for secondary landlords and CVAs.BCSC 2012 Lend Lease
September 11, 2012 01:49 AM PDT
Estates Gazette's Annabel Dixon talks to Lend Lease head of asset management Mark Bore on the retail market and September's rent quarter day.Agents try to spy a deal at The Bond Southampton
September 10, 2012 06:17 AM PDT
Cumberland Commercial's The Bond development in Southampton was launched last week. It's letting agents are confident it will quickly nab a deal, but others are being a bit more wary. EG's Nadia Elghamry talks to the local market to see what they think of its prospectsGreat Yarmouth casino scheme closes in on two resturant operators
September 06, 2012 01:43 AM PDT
The Edge in Great Yarmouth, an £18m casino-led scheme is close to signing the first two tenants for its restaurant offering.
The development was granted a large casino license this April and building will start next autumn on what will be one of the first large casinos to get off the ground. Listen to Karen Hawes, development consultant on the project, talk about the difficulties of getting the process through the council, the struggles facing the casino industry and what might happen to existing casinos in the area.Cambridge's BioMed Campus seeks prelet
August 29, 2012 03:43 AM PDT
Jeanette Walker, project director at Cambridge's 70 acre healthcare village says she is reasonably confident it can secure a prelet for its first commercial building. Listen to Walker talk about funding, tenants, and Plan B.GVA's Ian Stringer interview about Birmingham office market
August 15, 2012 04:22 AM PDTMorgan Sindall's Peter Jacobs talks keeping construction going during the Olympics
August 03, 2012 05:08 AM PDTIPD Q2 results - Investment hits a new low
August 01, 2012 05:15 AM PDT
Investment in UK commercial property hit a new low in the second quarter as it tumbled below the struggling Irish market, according to IPD. In its quarterly report, IPD found that net investment in property outside London was -£161m for the three months to the end of June - the first time it has been negative since 2009.Abridged: Newport City Council rethink regeneration
July 26, 2012 06:37 AM PDT
Sheila Davies, corporate director Newport City council, talks to EG's Nadia Elghamry about how the city has rethought its regeneration and how it is rebuilding the centre even in a recession.Abridged: Queensberry talks about making Friar's Walk Newport work
July 26, 2012 05:35 AM PDT
Stuart Harris, partner at Queensberry, talks to EG's Nadia Elghamry about progress at its £100m Friars Walk development in Newport and how they are going to finance it.Queensberry talks lettings and financing Friar's Walk Newport
July 25, 2012 07:00 AM PDT
Stuart Harris, partner at Queensberry, talks to EG's Nadia Elghamry about new fashion lettings at its £100m Friars Walk development in Newport and how they are going to finance it.Newport City Council to sell 25% of property assets
July 25, 2012 06:35 AM PDT
Newport City Council has launched a strategic review of its property assets. The city council said no decision had been taken politically but it was looking to shed up to 25% of its property holdings.
EG's Nadia Elghamry talked to Sheila Davies, corporate director at the council to find out more about the review as well as the council's new regeneration plan.Sorgente targets London property trophies
July 16, 2012 09:22 AM PDT
Estates Gazette's Daniel Cunningham talks to Stefano Cervone, managing director of Rome-based investor and asset manager Sorgente Group on its investment strategy for LondonOlympic Park creative centre unveiled
July 16, 2012 04:36 AM PDT
New London Legacy Development Corporation chairman Daniel Moylan marked his first month in office with the launch of an Olympic Park creative centre. Moylan cut the ribbon on Friday to the Hackney Wick Fish Island Cultural Centre, known as The White Building, a former derelict building that has now been brought back into use. Speaking to Estates Gazette, Moylan talked about his first month in office and the challenges of finding legacy uses for the Olympic Stadium and 1m sq ft media centre.Quintain's James Saunders on why the developer entered the resi rental market at Wembley
July 13, 2012 02:01 AM PDTOlympic Park Reunion
July 12, 2012 06:54 AM PDT
The London Olympics may never have happened without the vision and hard work of a determined band of partners. Estates Gazette brought together some of those involved at the earliest stages for this special podcast. Recorded at Trident Studios in Soho, we brought together then-mayor of London Ken Livingstone, as well as former Stanhope chairman Sir Stuart Lipton, and Nigel Hugill - then managing director of Chelsfield. Former Estates Gazette editor Peter Bill also talks about how the advent of the Olympic Park has affected the wider property sector.Piecing together the UK's largest regional deal
July 11, 2012 03:00 AM PDT
Taster interview: Last month Dodson Jones was behind US REIT BioMed Realty’s £127m purchase of Granta Park in Cambridge, from MEPC. EG talked to Mike Jones to find out the mechanics behind the deal.Piecing together the UK's largest regional deal
July 11, 2012 02:17 AM PDT
Full interview: Last month Dodson Jones was behind US REIT BioMed Realty’s £127m purchase of Granta Park in Cambridge, from MEPC. EG talked to Mike Jones to find out the mechanics behind the deal.Helen Fisher Nine Elms programme director talks progress and challenges
July 05, 2012 01:23 PM PDTScarborough Development Group
June 27, 2012 02:06 AM PDT
Daniel Cunningham talks to Mark Jackson, managing director of Scarborough Development Group on its plans for a £400m revamp of Thorpe Business Park in LeedsCABE chair backs four runways at Stansted
June 26, 2012 07:54 AM PDT
Design council chair Paul Finch has called for four runways to be put out at Stansted to cope with London's need to increase its passenger capacity. by 2050 he thinks Essex's airport could be London's hub, but only if an extension to Crossrail is granted.
Finch talked to EG's Nadia Elghamry to explain why he thinks the future of air travel is in Essex and how he thinks the city will look in 40 years.Peter Rees 'more City towers unlikely'
June 25, 2012 08:30 AM PDT
We're unlikely to see many more towers in The City, says Peter Rees, chief planner at the City of London. He says there are more sq ft of offices in the world than will be needed for at least the next two generations.
EG caught up with Rees and asked him his view on the world economy, what he wants to see at Broadgate and if any of the City's planned towers will make it past the finishing line. On the last one Rees hinted we could see something in the next week or two.Investment values unlikely to make a fast recovery.
June 21, 2012 05:28 PM PDT
With IPD this week reporting the biggest drop in values since the figures began to slide last November, EG caught up with a boutique investment agent to see what life is like on the ground.
Rob Tudor, Tudor Toone explains why investment values are unlikely to recover for some time.Investment in student accommodation sector set to soar
June 22, 2012 01:51 AM PDT
Turnover in the student accommodation sector is set to soar to £2.3bn by the end of the year, as appetite for the sector rises. In the year to date, £763m has been generated through sales of student accommodation, and revenue is expected to reach £2.3bn for the total year, according to Jones Lang LaSalle. Reporter Joanna Bourke speaks with JLL student accommodation team director Richard Taylerson, and student housing developer Urbanest UK managing director Johnny Manns.Real Estate - the best insurance against inflation risk?
June 12, 2012 08:33 AM PDT
Sophia Furber, Estates Gazette's finance reporter, talks to Mahdi Mokrane, EMEA head of research and strategy at AEW, Richard Tanner CEO of AEW UK and Terry Mellish Head of UK/Ireland Business Development and Global Consultant Relationships, Natixis Global Associates UK on inflation risk and the property market.
£100m plans for Castleward, Derby submitted
May 22, 2012 02:02 AM PDT
Dave Bullock, managing director of Compendium Living, the developer behind the £100m transformation of Castleward has just submitted a planning application for its first phase.
EG London Forum debate - part two
May 18, 2012 04:12 AM PDT
While take-up in the technology, media and telecommunications sector is surging, financial services will make a comeback. BNP Paribas Real Estate head of central London offices, Dan Bayley, said the TMT sector had come to the rescue of the Central London offices market, but financial services was still a cornerstone of employment. Bayley was speaking in episode two of the EG London Forum video debate - an audio recording of which can be heard here. For the full video, head to www.estatesgazette.com/eglondonEG London Forum debate - part one
May 18, 2012 02:48 AM PDT
The City of London has turned itself into a "one trick pony" by focussing on financial services occupiers, says Development Securities’ Julian Barwick. Barwick says the City risks "becoming a Frankfurt" by relying too heavily on financial businesses. His comments were made during EG’s London Forum video debate – an audio recording of which has been uploaded here. To view the full version with all charts and speakers, head to www.estatesgazette.com/eglondonCushman & Wakefield on the rise of tech companies
May 17, 2012 02:35 AM PDT
Estates Gazette's Jack Sidders talks to Justin Bedecarre, Cushman & Wakefield's California-based social media and tech leasing expert on the growth of the tech companies already in London and the ones likely to look to move to the capital.Downturn twice as severe as 1990s
May 08, 2012 07:34 AM PDT
Property investors aiming to refinance their loans face increasing pressure as values remain around a third below those seen at the peak, according to the IPD.
Speaking to EGi following the release of the IPD/IPF UK Q1 Quarterly Briefing, Phil Tily, IPD’s UK and Ireland managing director, said that the current downturn is twice as severe as the decline in the market during the 1990s.Stoford's targets Wales and South West for growth
May 08, 2012 05:53 AM PDT
Stoford says Wales and South West will be key growth markets for the developer. Director Dominic Stokes talks to EG's Nadia Elghamry to explain, with it's Midlands home market quiet, where he's steering the company.Bristol office agents predict the year ahead
April 23, 2012 01:43 PM PDT
EG's Nadia Elghamry quizzes a few leading lights on the Bristol office agency scene about what the year ahead might bring.L&G death knell for Cardiff's Enterprise Zone?
March 29, 2012 03:15 AM PDT
Have L&G walked away from anchoring Cardiff's city centre enterprise zone?
Gareth Hooper, planning director at DPP in Cardiff, discusses their departure and questions how, and if, the enterprise zone will happen going forward.Leeds development ready to go - Alex Munro of Knight Frank explains why
March 29, 2012 02:55 AM PDT
Development is around the corner in Leeds. The council's much awaited Sovereign street having landed KPMG will come forward. There's a feeling that other occupiers will see what's happening, realise if they are going to move then now might be the time to do it and McAleer and Rushe's city square will land one of those.
Alex Munro at Knight Frank in Leeds reckons that two or three major deals will happen this year and there are good requirements in the 30,000 sq ft which will get into schemes by piggy backing off these. The market is unlikely to set any records for take up but headline rents should remain steady at around the £25 -26 per sq ft level.Mipim 2012: Building a Better Britain breakfast talks Crime, Decline and Property
March 07, 2012 07:13 AM PST
Building a Better Britain:
At the VPS and Estates Gazette breakfast held at Mipim this morning a panel of experts discussed Crime, Decline and Property.
EG's Stacey Meadwell talked to Mike Kiely, director of planning at Croydon council; John Jones, head of Property Management at GVA and VPS' head of sales Gavin Pringle, to get their views on how securing assets also means securing a future and delivering regeneration in the UKMipim: Birmingham Council's Mark Barrow talks key projects in the city
March 07, 2012 03:26 AM PST
EG's Stacey Meadwell caught up with Birmingham city council's strategic director of development Mark Barrow yesterday at Mipim. He talked about his first impressions of the show this year and the key projects the city is promoting.MIPIM 2012 Webinar: Future of London
March 07, 2012 04:20 AM PST
Live webinar from the London pavillion at MIPIM. London, city of the future.Bristol Arena needed now
February 27, 2012 03:58 AM PST
Cardiff has it all, says one Bristol agent. The South West capital is losing out to its Welsh counterpart across the border. EG's Nadia Elghamry grabbed some of the key Bristol property players and asked how much does the city actually need an arena, where should it go and how should it be paid for?
February 22, 2012 05:33 AM PST
Voice messageBrookgate's Sven Topel talks building in Cambridge
February 22, 2012 05:28 AM PST
Brookgate's chief executive Sven Topel talks to EG's Nadia Elghamry about the 25acre CB1 project in Cambridge, building in the city and his strategy after signing one of the biggest prelets in Cambridge, and possibly the entire regional market, last year.Nick Leslau in a face to face interview with EG
February 16, 2012 08:06 AM PST
EG Editor Damian Wild in a Face-to-Face interview with Nick Leslau on the future of the high street, the dearth of bank lending and property’s prospects for the year ahead.Will the pharmaceutical industry crisis hit the Cambridge science park market?
February 16, 2012 12:00 PM PST
Is time running out for the global pharmaceutical industry? Patents on some of the world's biggest selling drugs are about to expire. Without this revenue funding for future R&D projects will collapse.
Will Mooney, partner at Carter Jonas, talks to EG's Nadia Elghamry about the effect on Cambridge's science park market.
Is it in the firing line or could the crisis bolster associations with academia and help the city's property market?EG Manchester Focus Reception
February 10, 2012 04:39 AM PST
EG's Dan Cunningham talks to Mike Ingall, chief executive , Allied London Properties, Mike Hawkins, partner, WHR Property Consultants, Mark Rawstron, partner, GVA on their prospectives for 2012 at the Manchester Focus Reception, Feb 8.
Local Data Company's 5th annual retail summit
February 07, 2012 08:34 AM PST
EG's Annabel Dixon talks to Marcus Jones, MP for Nuneaton and Michael Wheedon, chief executive of the British Independent Retailers Association on the results of the Local Data Company's Shop Vacancy Report, the Portas review and town team pilots.IPD Q4 analysis
February 02, 2012 04:56 AM PST
EG's Dan Cunningham talks to Phil Tily, IPD UK and Ireland Managing Director, Ed Stan field, Chief Properrty Economist, Capital Economics and Chris Taylor, chief executive Hermes Real Estate Imvestment Management on the IPD's analysis of the last quarter of 2011.
Cambridge's chronic lack of supply hits crisis point
February 02, 2012 02:19 AM PST
Bidwells parnter and head of business space Dick Wise talks to EG's Nadia Elghamry about Cambridge's chronic lack of supply, what to do if you're an occupier with a lease event looming and why this might actually hurt this year's take-up figures.Mills and Reeve discuss signing one of Cambridge's largest prelets
February 02, 2012 01:39 AM PST
Law firm Mills and Reeve signed one of the biggest prelets in Cambridge last year. Partner Jamie Wheatley talks to EG's Nadia Elghamry about what it was like signing the deal and why they didn't go to CB1.Urban Splash to enter house building
February 01, 2012 05:14 AM PST
Speaking to EG at the launch of Urban Splash’s new book, chief executive Jonathan Falkingham said the firm will apply the design-led approach that it has taken to regeneration to house-building.Roberta-Blackman Woods on the NPPF
January 23, 2012 08:32 AM PST
Midlands Editor Lisa Pilkington talks to shadow planning minister Roberta Blackman Woods on the National Policy Planning Framework and its potential environmental impact
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