About Nadia Elghamry

Data Editor and deputy Regional Editor at Estates Gazette with more than 15 years experience in business journalism. I currently look after Property in Numbers and the month in numbers section of the magazine as well as drawing out stories from the numbers for every section of the magazine. As deputy regional features, working on the Focus features section of the magazine, hosting our receptions around the country and writing for the Focus blog.

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Best office view of the Tour de France?

Is this the best office view in the country? The Bidwells team sent us this pic of the 3rd stage of the Tour de France commence, starting in Cambridge and finishing the 159km ride later on at Buckingham Palace, in London, on Monday. The picture came from its Cambridge HQ on Trumpington Street which gave […]

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Ten take home lessons from today’s Scottish Property Conference

              If you couldn’t make today’s UKPP’s Scottish Property Conference – or even if you could and are looking for a good round up – here’s the top ten takeaway tweets. These are all courtesy of our very own @EGLisaP who tweeted til her thumbs dropped off today. Scottish […]

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Is this the coolest office coffee machine ever?

Tap the iPad, coffee comes out the tap. It’s in GL Hearn‘s spangly new offices in Midtown, and Shaun Andrews head of investor and development planning, says anyone is welcome to pop in for a cuppa. Definitely on the EG Towers Christmas wishlist, and we’re wondering if we could get a dedicated coffee tap installed […]

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Bimringham research report

Birmingham offices drop 8% as regions improve

Birmingham had a tough start to the year, with it’s office take-up falling 8% in quarter one compared to the previous quarter. It’s against a backdrop of improving conditions in the regional markets overall with the top five regional cities seeing office take up grow by a third. Retail and Industrial also slipped but planning, […]

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Edinburgh rocks quarter one

We released our Edinburgh research report at the Focus reception last Friday which showed the Scottish capital saw the biggest increase in quarter one offices leasing of all the UK regional markets. Edinburgh saw offices Q1 take up soar 67% on the same period last year. If you missed the event you can still download […]

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London sees space placed under offer grow for six consecutive quarters

In this week’s magazine we take a close look at London’s market. Quarter one is done and dusted and most will be quite pleased with the results. But what’s really getting agents excited is the prospect of much, much more to come. Under offer space is on the rise and has been for a while […]

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Tanks roll into Bristol residents parking fight. Pics here.

Occupiers are threatening to leave, agents say deals are falling out of bed. Bristol’s residents parking row has upset a few people – to put it mildly. Now the big guns are coming out. Literally. Clifton Village Traders rolled a tank into the village this morning in protest at the Mayor’s plans to make parking […]

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Lettings lost as Bristol residents parking zone bites

Bristol agents are warning of an exodus of occupiers if Bristol council implements residents parking only zones in Clifton. They are warning that without office occupiers in the area, shops will close and the city centre will empty. Next week on the 11th April the council closes its strategic consultation on the controversial scheme. Agents […]

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LDC names the biggest retail winners and losers

The Local Data Company published its Openings and Closures Report 2013 yesterday. Here’s how the regions stacked up. Churn was the main word mentioned yesterday the indepenedents retailers notched up 13% churn rate in 2013, with the number of multiple retailers falling across all regions except East of England, the North East and Greater London. […]

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New Ebbsfleet masterplan unveiled*

* it may be from British satricical website The Poke The government announced earlier this week plans to build the first garden city for a century. Here’s how Ebbsfleet Garden City might look. Click on the image below to see the full version and key to coloured areas.  

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