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EG South West Focus
Published September 15
Analysis of current conditions and future trends.
Contact: Jack Sidders, South West news correspondent, 020 7911 1810, email@example.com
*Jack is now covering the South West and Wales for news*
Analysis of activity across the region.
Contact: David Thame, freelance writer, 01544 262 896, firstname.lastname@example.org
Plymouth versus Exeter
A tale of two Devon cities: Analysis of market conditions and prospects.
Contact: Stacey Meadwell, regional editor, 020 7911 1819, email@example.com
*Stacey is planning to visit the South West as part of her research, get in touch for more details*
Market health check
Number crunching: Figures up to end of Q2 for key markets and sectors - get in touch with Nadia Elghamry, deputy regional editor if you can help firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact writers directly about their individual features, no later than Monday August 20
Cardiff has it all. You don't often hear a Bristol agent say that. He was talking about an arena for the city and how Bristol needs a big venue now.
You only need to look at the crowds for the six nations rugby the other weekend in Cardiff to see what the benefits could be.
Money deals are always good news in today's cash strapped times so great to hear that Brewary Square Development Company has secured £14m from Bank of London and The Middle East for its Dorchester regeneration project.
The money will go towards construction of phase two - there are six phases in total - of the Brewary Square scheme which will comprise 64 homes and 14 commercial units. Crucially, and I'm sure a contributing factor to the signing of the cheque, 75% of the residential space has be forward sold and a number of the commercial units are pre-let to fashion retailers.
* Keep an eye out on the Focus blog later in the week for our Hampshire and Dorset Focus synopsis and coverage of our Southampton reception which is being held on Wednesday