Manchester is making headlines but does that mean it’s taken Birmingham’s crown as the second city?

With all the recent talk of devolution and the North Powerhouse it is Manchester that has been grabbing most of the headlines. The city has already secured some devolved powers and is on the road to electing a Mayor while Birmingham is still deciding on a combined local authority. JLL released some data last week […]

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LSH’s South Coast office market performance in five key figures

Lambert Smith Hampton released its South Coast (M27) office market research this morning and shows strong signs of a recovering market (see EGi news story here). We’ve picked out the five most interesting figures:   14% – fall in office supply in the first quarter of this year. 190,000 sq ft taken up in Q1 […]

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Shaftesbury spins wheels of steel in Soho

Celebrities including Stephen Fry, Benedict Cumberbatch and EastEnders’ June Brown would be heartened to see their beloved Soho shake off the area’s new, more corporate description of being a Mayfair overspill – even if it was for just one day – after thousands of music and vinyl lovers flocked to Berwick Street earlier this week […]

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Video: Land Securities and Crown Estate’s £440m Westgate Oxford starts on site

It’s been a long time in the planning but Land Securities and the Crown Estate’s Westgate Oxford retail and leisure development is finally underway and the developers have released a concept video including artist’s impressions of the finished scheme. The 800,000 sq ft, £440m scheme is due to complete in the Autumn 2017.

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Pictures and video: EG play with Nerf Guns, drones and virtual reality on Deloitte Digital tour

Ed Greig, Deloitte Digital’s Disruptor – yes that is his job title - took us for a tour around their funky new offices in Clerkenwell  this week. Apparently flying remote controlled helicopters around the Deloitte corporate HQ in the City didn’t go down so well so the digital team have been given their own space (and […]

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Get involved: Estates Gazette Wales Focus synopsis

Estates Gazette Wales Focus Published 30 May 2015 in print, digital and iPad editions Around the market We are on the look-out for significant deals in Wales from the last six months leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market. For more details contact […]

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Video: St Modwen looks at the 10-year regeneration of Longbridge

Who can believe it’s been 10 years since the last car rolled off the MG Rover production line and spades first went into the ground at the Longbridge manufacturing plant in the West Midlands? Regeneration specialist St Modwen has taken a camera to the regenerated area to talk to people who live, work and study […]

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Estates Gazette South East synopsis

Estates Gazette South East Focus Published in print, digital and iPad edition May 23, 2015 Around the market We are on the look-out for significant deals in the South East from the last six months leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market. For […]

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EG London June supplement synopsis – the future London property edition

EG London Supplement Published June 6 in print, digital and iPad editions This supplement is themed around the future for London property whether that is technology, building design, development or occupier trends. It will also be distributed at LREF in June. Occupiers Analysis of the latest and future trends and how they are impacting on […]

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Guest post: Northern Ireland planning changes and what it means for the property market

The single largest change to the planning regime in a generation in Northern Ireland takes effect today (1 April), writes Michael Gordon of Turley, with planning decisions being repatriated from central to local government.  It is, says Michael Gordon, a terrific opportunity for both local communities and developers to shape their neighbourhoods. Planning reform has […]

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