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Scottish referendum vote top property Tweets

It’s all kicking off on the tweet-osphere as voters voice their views in the final hours running up to the referendum result writes Amber Rolt. Here, the Focus blog picks out some of the most important views on how the result of the votes could have a knock on effect on the property market. If […]

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Pics and report: EG’s Cardiff Focus reception

Lots to talk about over a cold beer in Cardiff last week, not least the BBC’s decision to locate it’s new HQ at Central Square. It heralds a change in gear for the Welsh capital as the development cogs start to turn and office take up seems to be bouncing back post recession. And of […]

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EG’s Wales Focus synopsis

Estates Gazette Wales Focus Published in print, digital and iPad formats Oct 25, 2014 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 […]

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Leaders turn action hero to get devolved powers for UK cities

The referendum may be getting a lot of air-time, but it’s not all about the Scots writes Amber Rolt. On Friday, leaders  from the UK’s Core Cities gathered for the GVA Core Cities Summit to discuss the urgency of more devolved powers from London. The cities seeking greater autonomy are Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, […]

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Tech occupiers and the Thames Valley in Tweets #TVPF

The Thames Valley Property Forum is winding up for another year (follow @TVPF for all the live tweets) but the first session was on how the Thames Valley can attract a new generation of tech occupiers. Read the Tweets from the bottom up. And, if you want to read more about the Thames Valley and […]

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Buccleuch Property Challenge 2014

VIDEO: 2014 Buccleuch Challenge

  The sun shone over the Duke of Buccleuch’s 90,000 acre Queensberry Estate near Dumfries last Friday when the estate played host once again to the annual Buccleuch Property Challenge. Now in its eighth year, the event saw 55 teams comprising more than 180 lycra-clad property folk, running, mountain biking, swimming – and even walking […]

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EG London November supplement synopsis

EG London Supplement Published in print, digital and iPad editions November 8, 2014 Occupier spotlight: Advertising Analysis of the strength of the sector and property trends Contact: Joanna Bourke, senior reporter, 020 7911 1916, Joanna.bourke@estatesgazette.com Office rents Where will headline office rents be in the City and West End by the end of the year. […]

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Video: Property industry makes a splash at annual EG/Bidwells punting challenge

Barker Storey Matthews were the defending champions at this years EG/Bidwells punting challenge in Cambridge and set off at a cracking pace. Savills, with a rookie team, were almost capsized in the scrabble to chase down BSM but managed to stay dry – until the end at least when they were treated to a couple […]

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Estates Gazette London October Focus Synopsis

EG London Published in print, digital and iPad editions October 11, 2014 Student housing Analysis of the sector’s performance and potential in London. Contact: Joanna Bourke, senior reporter, 020 7911 1916, Joanna.bourke@estatesgazette.com Investment Analysis of key deals and trends from foreign investors Contact: David Thame, freelance writer, 01544 262 896, dthame@clara.co.uk Deadline: 26th Sep Agency […]

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David Melhuish

Podcast: Scottish Property Federation’s David Melhuish talks Independence Referendum

  With exactly a month to go until Scotland decides on whether to remain part of the United Kingdom, or  go it alone, I spoke exclusively with Scottish Property Federation director David Melhuish today about the independence referendum, the current impact on the Scottish property market and the possible outcome post vote on September 18th. […]

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