Estates Gazette

Magazine features programme

Estates Gazette is pleased to present the features programme for 2014, investigating and reporting on key issues, sectors and geographical areas of the market. Below you can view the total 2014 features programme, breakdowns by sector and region, and an overview of Estates Gazette's supplements. From February 2013 onwards, all EG supplements, and sector and regional features are available to download for free on iPad via the Estates Gazette App.

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The full 2014 features programme

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January

  • 18South East
  • Around the market
    We are on the look out for significant deals in the South East from the last quarter of 2013 – leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market.
    Elaine Cavanagh, freelance writer,

    Portsmouth
    Analysis of the city’s economic prospects and development opportunities.
    Simon Donohue
    , freelance writer,
    07894 234 191

    Hot spots & not spots
    Which markets in the South East are the ones to watch out for in 2014 and which would be better to gloss over? This will be the first in a series of features in our South East focuses.
    Mark Simmons
    , freelance writer,
    07787 561032

    Deadline for contacting writers is Friday 20th December.

    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 9th January.
  • 25LOMA

February

  • 1Auctions
  • Utilities
    A look at how utility companies are using the auction route to rationalise portfolios.
    Ellen Gylen
    , freelance writer,
    07971 841412

    Deadline for contacting writers is Friday 10th January.

    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 23rd January .

    For further information on the Auctions Focus, contact Noella Pio Kivlehan markets editor, 020 7911 1820.
  • 8EG London
  • Residential agency
    Analysis of the central London agency landscape and the growth of the sector.
    Piers Wehner
    , freelance writer,
    07854 211 717

    Kings Cross
    Analysis of the Google effect on the wider area’s regeneration and development.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 13th January.

    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 30th January.
  • 15Retail & Leisure S
  • Development
    Now the economy is picking up, will new shopping centre development be planned? And how do developers identify the right sites?
    Piers Wehner
    , freelance writer,
    07854 211 717

    Spain
    The country’s market is starting to pick up. But, some fear that the rush to buy cheap properties will overheat the market.
    David Harris
    , freelance writer,
    020 7436 9654

    Restaurants
    What restaurant trends do landlords need to be aware of in 2014?
    David Harris
    , freelance writer,
    020 7436 9654

    Golden oldies
    A look at how the UK’s oldest F&B groups such as Whitbread, Fullers, and Young’s have survived and flourished over hundreds of years. What has been their strategy, and what could other companies learn?
    Piers Wehner
    , freelance writer,
    07854 211 717

    Opticians
    A look at how the market is doing.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Store within a store
    Costa is in Primark, Asda has McDonald’s and Subway, and Tescos has Harris + Hoole. How do they get the right fit? What kind of leases do they need? And what strange bedfellows could work together?
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    High street reviews
    From Portas to Grimsey, a compare and contrast with the high street ‘saviour’ reports.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 13th January.

    Deadline for booking advertising is Thursday 30th January. Deadline for advertising copy is Thursday 5th February.
  • 22East of England
  • Market overview
    Analysis of the office, retail and industrial markets across all three counties.
    Sophia Furber
    , East of England correspondent,
    020 7911 1761

    Cambridge development
    Stock is thin on the ground. What are developers doing to rectify this?
    Mark Simmons
    , freelance writer,
    07787 561032

    Occupiers
    An in depth guide to how Cambridge will compete with the pull of TMT towards London.
    Nadia Elghamry
    , Deputy Regional Editor,
    020 7911 1849

    Pharmaceutical companies
    Health check of the pharmaceutical industry both in Cambridge and globally.
    Helen Hamilton,
    freelance writer,
    01568 709155

    Peterborough
    What’s the outlook for the city’s retail market?
    Stacey Meadwell
    , Regional Editor,
    020 7911 1819

    Nuclear future
    What can Sizewell C deliver for Suffolk’s property market?
    Tim Probert
    , freelance writer,
    01892 534478

    Deadline for contacting writers is Wedneday 29th January.

    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 30th January.
  • Sustainability
  • Financing
    A look at the financing of energy conservation measures.
    Andrew Cooper
    , sustainability writer,
    07973 798 544

    Dilapidations
    What is the impact of the sustainability agenda on dilapidations and end of lease processes?
    Andrew Cooper
    , sustainability writer,
    07973 798 544

    Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 27th January.

    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 13th February.

March

  • 1International
  • Nigeria
    Nigeria – The country is tipped to be the next global hot spot. A look at what is fuelling this and why. To what extent is there UK involvement there?
    Paul Strohm
    , freelance writer,
    01466 780573

    Europe
    Europe - An overview of the situation in Europe and a look at what extent investors from outside of Europe (US, Asia, Middle East) are taking over in Europe.
    Diana Petrowicz
    , freelance writer.

    Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 10th February.

    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 20th February.
  • 8MIPIM & International
  • MIPIM preview
    Round up of what to expect and expectations from the UK’s contingent of attendees at this year’s show.
    Stacey Meadwell
    , regional editor,
    020 7911 1819

    Investment
    Analysis of key mainland Europe investment deals by UK investors.
    Paul Strohm
    , freelance writer,
    01466 780573

    Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 10th February.

    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 27th February.
  • Industrial S
  • Rental growth
    With the market getting stronger, and an increasing lack of stock, will there be more pressure for rents to rise? And what effect will this have on the market?
    Chris Berkin
    , reporter,
    020 7911 1831

    Design & lose?
    A look at the maths of design & build: who is making money from d&b, who is risking it, who is winning and who is losing when the final accounts are drawn up.
    Piers Wehner
    , freelance writer,
    07854 211717

    Rise of the multi-expert / full-offer developer / asset manager
    More developers are becoming “full service” to offer everything as a one stop logistics assets service provider for the customer, while other companies such as AXA Real Estate – Europe’s biggest industrial landlord and AM company - is moving into development. A look at the changing face of the sector.
    David Harris
    , freelance journalist,
    020 7436 9654

    Manufacturing
    A look what’s happening in the food & beverage and pharmaceutical markets.
    David Harris
    , freelance journalist,
    020 7436 9654

    Sustainability
    An update on the green side of sheds.
    David Thame
    , North West features writer,
    01544 262896

    Transport & infrastructure
    What effect could new rail projects such as HS2 have on industrial and employment sites? Are they in danger of dividing up parks? Or are they a necessary evil? And a look at the proposed second Thames crossing. What will be the impact on the sector after the government’s expected May decision?
    David Thame
    , North West features writer,
    01544 262896

    Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 3rd February.

    Deadline for booking advertising is Thursday 20th February.

    Deadline for advertising copy is Tuesday 25th February.
  • EG London S
  • Elephant & Castle
    Analysis of regeneration and development plans as economy begins to strengthen.
    Helen Hamilton
    , freelance writer,
    01568 709155

    Ones to watch
    An in depth guide to the next generation of people and companies who will be making waves in London’s agency, investment and development scene in the years to come.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    MIPIM
    What restaurant trends do landlords need to be aware of in 2014?
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Deadline for contacting writers is Tuesday 21st January.

    Deadline for booking advertising is Thursday 20th February.

    Deadline for advertising copy is Tuesday 25th February.
  • UK cities S
  • EG will be lifting the lid on potential commercial and mixed-use development activity for 2014 across the UK’s major cities.

    Covering primarily: Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, Edinburgh and Glasgow freelance writer Elaine Cavanagh will be looking to establish which schemes and which cities are the ones to look out for in the next 12 months.

    Cardiff, Cambridge, Liverpool, Newcastle and Belfast will also feature.

    If you would like to suggest a major project in one of these cities for Elaine to look at contact her on 01225 444 875, Elaine@jackcav.freeserve.co.uk no later than Jan 3, 2014.

    Deadline for booking advertising is Thursday 20th February.

    Deadline for advertising copy is Tuesday 25th February.
  • 15West Midlands
  • Around the Market
    We are on the look out for significant deals in the West Midlands from the last three months – leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market.
    Elaine Cavanagh
    , freelance writer.

    Leisure
    Analysis of the leisure sector and its recent renaissance.
    Lisa Pilkington
    , Midlands editor,
    07771 673458

    Residential
    A look at emerging trends in the residential market.
    Graham Norward
    , freelance journalist,
    07779 595964

    Industrial
    Analysis of the sector across the West Midlands region.
    Helen Hamilton
    , freelance journalist,
    01568 709155

    Offices
    An in-depth look at the region’s office market including supply versus demand.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    West Midlands’ Centres
    A look at the perception of some of the region’s second tier locations.
    Mark Simmons
    , freelance writer,
    07787 561032

    Deadline for contacting writers is Tuesday 21st January.

    Deadline for advertising copy is Thursday 6th February.
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  • 22South East
  • Around the Market
    We are on the look out for significant deals in the South East from January, leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market.
    Elaine Cavanagh
    , freelance writer.

    Offices
    Which markets in the South East are the ones to watch out for in 2014? Where offers the best development prospects and the hottest returns. This is the second in a series of features in our South East focuses.
    Mark Simmons
    , freelance writer,
    07787 561032

    Industrial
    Analysis of the importance of the manufacturing and distribution sector to the South East economy.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Retail
    A look at the retail market in Surrey including an indepth look at the latest plans for Guildford North Street.
    Claire Robson
    , freelance journalist,
    07896 267 707

    Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 24th February.

    Deadline for advertising copy is Thursday 13th March.
  • Healthcare
  • NHS Propco
    An updated look at the NHS Propco.
    David Thame
    , features writer,
    01544 262 896

    Outside investment
    Foreign investment is becoming easier and healthcare properties are growing in appeal to investors that previously didn’t consider the sector. 18 months ago we weren’t seeing this. But is it case of ‘soon ripe, soon rotten’?
    David Harris
    , freelance writer,
    020 7436 9654

    Housing
    What effect does the improving housing market have on healthcare properties?
    David Harris
    , freelance writer,
    020 7436 9654

    Deadline for contacting writers is Thursday 27th February.

    Deadline for advertising copy is Thursday 13th March.
  • 29Manchester
  • Around the Market
    We are on the look out for significant deals in Manchester from the last three months – leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market.
    Elaine Cavanagh
    , freelance writer.

    Office development
    Analysis of development opportunities and impact on overall office supply.
    Chris Berkin
    , North West correspondent,
    020 7911 1831

    Office occupiers
    Analysis of occupier demand and trends.
    Mark Simmons
    , freelance writer,
    07787 561032

    Stockport
    Analysis of regeneration plans.
    Helen Hamilton
    , freelance writer,
    01568 709155

    Leisure – hotels
    Analysis of the strength of the sector and what opportunities there are.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Infrastructure
    Analysis of the impact of infrastructure improvements on development opportunities and property values.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 3rd March.

    Deadline for advertising copy is Thursday 20th March.

April

  • 5EG London
  • Hotels
    Analysis the opportunities and trends at the luxury end of the capital’s hotel market.
    Mark Faithfull, freelance writer,
    07957 174 534

    PRS
    Can affordable luxury work in London?
    Helen Hamilton
    , freelance writer,
    01568 709155

    Blingteria
    Rising importance of staff recruitment and retention has led to the coining of the term ‘blingteria’ when it comes to office facilities. We take a look the phenomenon and what impact occupier demands are having on their requirements and property decisions in London.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Architecture
    Analysis of the impact having a famous architect has on lettability/saleability and value of an office or residential scheme.
    Mark Simmons
    , freelance writer,
    07787 561032

    Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 10th March.

    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 27th March.
  • 12Residential S
  • Luxury student housing
    How much growth can the luxury sector take, how much further can student accommodation evolve and has it already reached its final, stable condition?
    David Thame, features writer,
    01544 262896

    Student ghettoes
    With student accommodation starting to be grouped around areas where others don’t want to live, is there a danger of creating so called ‘student ghettoes’?
    David Harris
    , freelance writer,
    020 7436 9654

    The rise and rise of buying agents
    There are now an estimated 500 buying agencies across the UK and the Property Ombudsman is for the first time interpreting the new legislation for estate agents to also include buying agents, meaning they are legally obliged to join a redress scheme. A look at why buying agents are growing in number, how they operate, and at what sectors of the residential market.
    David Harris
    , freelance writer,
    020 7436 9654

    Building for rent
    Some groups are doing it via bank funding, while others are looking at different types of locations. A rundown of the different approaches and a look at which ones are working, and which are not.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Housing recovery
    There is talk about the threat of a bubble and the runaway market in London, but how widespread is the housing market recovery in reality?
    Graham Norwood
    , freelance journalist.

    Obstacles for new residential developers
    The NHBC says up to 50 new SME developers are registering each month since last summer, but many still face enormous obstacles entering the marketplace and securing development funding. Does more need to be done to encourage small-scale house builders to gain traction to help the recovery remain on course?
    Graham Norwood
    , freelance journalist.

    The £1,000 per sq ft Benchmark
    Outside of the “£2,000 per sq ft values” of London residential development, a new benchmark is appearing for developers - £1,000 psf. The first development in Devon to reach this mark has just been completed, with sales of new-builds in Cambridge, Oxford, Manchester and Dorset also achieving this level. What is specifically needed for property to achieve this level outside of the London hothouse? What locations are next? And is this benchmark for developers actually a psychological deterrent to investors and owner-occupiers who may regard such values as simply too much?
    Graham Norwood
    , freelance journalist.

    Deadline for contacting writers is Friday 28th February.

    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 3rd April.
  • 19Wales
  • Around the Market
    We are on the look out for significant deals in Wales from the last four months – leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market.
    or more details contact Elaine Cavanagh, freelance writer.

    Retail
    Analysis of the strength of the sector as the market begins to recover.
    Helen Hamilton
    , freelance writer,
    01568 709155

    Infrastructure
    Analysis of economic impact and development opportunities faster links to Heathrow might bring to Cardiff and South Wales.
    Chris Berkin
    , Wales correspondent,
    020 7911 1831

    Funding
    Analysis of some of the public/private funding mechanisms being used to bring forward development.
    Mark Simmons
    , freelance writer,
    07787 561032

    Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 24th March.

    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 10th April.
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  • 26East Midlands
  • Around the Market
    We are on the lookout for significant deals in the region from the last four months – leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market.
    or more details contact Elaine Cavanagh, freelance writer.

    Retail
    An in-depth look at the region’s retail sector and how it compares to the UK market as a whole.
    Nadia Elghamry
    , data editor/deputy regional editor,
    020 7911 1849

    Offices
    Analysis of the strength of the sector, future prospects and implications.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262896

    Industrial
    Analysis of the sector.
    Mark Simmons
    , freelance writer,
    07787 561032

    Next Generation
    With the economy picking up what’s the outlook for career progression going forward?
    Lisa Pilkington
    , Midlands Editor,
    07771 673458

    Deadline for contacting writers is Wednesday 2nd April.

    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 17th April.

May

  • 3EG London
  • City investment
    Analysis of the current market conditions and prospects.

    Helen Hamilton
    , freelance writer,
    01568 709155

    West End agency
    Analysis of the recent spate of recruitment and what it says about the West End office market.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 7th April.

    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 24th April.
  • 10Bristol
  • Around the Market
    We are on the look out for significant deals in Bristol from the last three months – leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market. For more details contact
    Elaine Cavanagh
    , freelance writer.

    Office occupiers
    Analysis of occupier demand and trends.
    Joanna Bourke
    , Bristol news correspondent,
    020 7911 1916

    Office to residential conversion
    Analysis of the impact on supply of offices and residential in Bristol city centre.
    Stacey Meadwell
    , regional editor,
    020 7911 1819

    Investment
    Analysis of current market conditions and prospects.
    Helen Hamilton
    , freelance writer,
    01568 709155

    Enterprise Zone
    Analysis of achievements and challenges to come for the Temple Quarter.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Bath
    Analysis of design and development challenges for the area designated of World Heritage Status.
    Elaine Cavanagh
    , freelance writer,
    01225 444 875

    Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 14th April.


    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 1st May.
  • Offices S
  • Development round-up
    A look at the development pipeline and trends throughout the UK.
    Paul Strohm
    , freelance writer,
    01466 780573

    Rents
    With an upswing in rental values anticipated, and also that smaller occupiers set to increase, could they actually be priced out of the grade A office market? And where are these small-to-medium businesses going to take space? Is it going to be all secondary?
    David Harris
    , freelance journalist,
    020 7436 9654

    Offices - not just for office workers
    Forget separate office blocks or space, a look at how the office of the future should be a fully integrated part of the community.
    David Harris
    , freelance journalist,
    020 7436 9654

    Video killed the brochure
    Manchester agents OBI have invested in video technology - and they employ their own in-house producer. The idea owes a lot to the aesthetic of Kirsty Alsop and Location, Location, Location – some are saying the days of the folded shiny A4 brochure are over as video and YouTube are changing the way everyone looks at – and thinks about - office space.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Co-working
    A new twist on flexible office space co-operative office share ideal for creative types and freelancers is growing and there are already variations in use in London. Is this the future of squaring the circle between incubator space and serviced offices?
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Deadline for contacting writers is 18th April.
  • 17South East
  • Around the market
    We are on the look out for significant deals in the South East from February/March, leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market

    Elaine Cavanagh
    , freelance writer.

    Industrial
    Which markets in the South East are the ones to watch out for in 2014? Where offers the best development prospects and the hottest returns. This is the third in a series of features in our South East focuses.
    Mark Simmons
    , freelance writer,
    07787 561032

    Crossrail
    How much of a difference will the decision to extend Crossrail to Reading make?
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Offices
    Analysis of market conditions and prospects in the Thames Valley.
    Helen Hamilton
    , freelance writer,
    01568 709155

    Deadline for contacting writers is Thursday 17th April.

    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 8th May.
  • 24Yorkshire
  • Around the market
    We are on the look out for significant deals in Yorkshire from the last six months – leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market.
    Elaine Cavanagh
    , freelance writer.

    Leeds Offices
    Analysis of the supply/demand ratio and market prospects for this year.
    Chris Berkin
    , Yorkshire correspondent,
    020 7911 1831

    Sheffield
    Analysis of city centre regeneration plans.
    Helen Hamilton
    , freelance writer,
    01568 709155

    Infrastructure
    Analysis of the development and regeneration opportunities around the proposed HS2 stations.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Investment
    Analysis of market trends and prospects.
    Paul Strohm
    , freelance writer,
    01466 780573

    Retail
    Analysis supply and demand.
    Claire Robson
    , freelance writer,
    07896 267 707

    Industrial
    Analysis of impact of recent investments in manufacturing and port facilities on the industrial market.
    Tim Probert
    , freelance writer,
    01892 534478

    Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 28th April.

    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 15th May.
  • 31Ireland
  • Around the market
    We are on the look out for significant deals in Ireland & Northern Ireland from the last three months – leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market.
    Elaine Cavanagh
    , freelance writer.

    Northern Ireland investment
    Analysis of latest and future trends.
    Stacey Meadwell
    , regional editor,
    020 7911 1819

    Belfast offices
    Analysis of the market strengths and challenges.
    Stacey Meadwell
    , regional editor,
    020 7911 1819

    Republic of Ireland investment
    Analysis of the trends and future prospects.
    Sophia Furber
    , Ireland correspondent,
    020 7911 1761

    Occupiers
    Analysis of demand from the tech sector.
    Sophia Furber
    , Ireland correspondent,
    020 7911 1761

    Deadline for contacting writers is Tuesday 6th May.

    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 22nd May.
  • Industrial S
  • Cool stores
    A look at the cool store sector, how it has developed and changed.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Development
    A lot of numbers are being mentioned in relation to the amount of development that is going to be built in the next couple of years, but what are the real figures? An in-depth look at how much development is really in the market.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Marketing
    Marketing – How sheds are marketed. What are the best, and most unusual ways to publicise your unit?
    David Harris
    , freelance journalist,
    020 7436 9654

    Mismatched partners?
    "Logistics" and "industrial" are usually bagged together for statistical purposes and are often covered by the same teams in property consultancies. But increasingly they don't occupy the same types or size of buildings and they have different requirements in terms of location. Now that the UK and Europe are beefing up their manufacturing industries, and logistics is investors' flavour of the month, it is time for the two to go their separate ways?
    Paul Strohm
    , freelance writer,
    01466 780573

    SMEs and start-up businesses
    A look at how the industry is serving this sector.
    David Harris
    , freelance journalist,
    020 7436 9654

    Canal dreams
    ork is underway to double the capacity of the Panama Canal, including the construction of massive new locks that will enable it to handle container vessels more than twice the size of the present maximum. Despite contractual disputes, the canal improvements are heading for completion in the second half of 2015. Much of the traffic is from Asia, and the ports on the US's East Coast seem set to benefit. But what if anything will be the benefit for Europe and how should the logistics real estate business gear up?
    Paul Strohm
    , freelance writer,
    01466 780573

    Deadline for contacting writers is 25th April.

    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 15th May.

June

  • 7EG London S
  • Stadium development
    Analysis of plans for development around some of London’s football club grounds.
    Joanna Bourke, senior reporter,
    020 7911 1916

    Office deals
    Analysis of impact reducing stock and increasing demand is having on type of deals being done in London.
    Helen Hamilton
    , freelance writer,
    01568 709155

    East London
    Analysis of the opportunities and prospects of the market.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Residential
    Analysis of local authority policy within the boroughs and impact it is having on the market.
    Nadia Elghamry
    , deputy regional editor,
    020 7911 1849

    Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 28th April.

    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Wednesday 21st May.
  • 14North West
  • Around the Market
    We are on the look out for significant deals in North West so far this year – leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market.
    Elaine Cavanagh, freelance writer.

    Liverpool regeneration
    A look at key projects and progress.
    Chris Berkin
    , North West correspondent,
    020 7911 1831

    Funding
    Analysis of the state of the funding market for North West developers.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    North West offices
    Analysis of market conditions and prospects for this year in Manchester, Liverpool and Preston.
    Helen Hamilton
    , freelance writer,
    01568 709155

    Industrial
    Analysis of market conditions and prospects.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 19th May.


    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 5th June.
  • 21Scotland S
  • Around the Market
    We are on the look out for significant deals in Scotland transacted this year, leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market.
    Elaine Cavanagh, freelance writer.

    Independence vote – business and property
    Impact analysis of impending vote on Scottish business and property.
    David Jones
    , freelance writer,
    07986 005 279

    Independence vote – agency
    Impact analysis of impending vote on day to day work of property agents.
    Lisa Pilkington
    , Scotland correspondent,
    07771 673 458

    Commonwealth Games
    Impact analysis of the event on the longer term regeneration plans for the Clyde Gateway.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Dundee
    Analysis of progress on waterfront regeneration plans and future prospects.
    Piers Wehner
    , freelance writer,
    07854 211 717

    Edinburgh offices
    Analysis of market strength, weaknesses and emerging office locations.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Residential – private rented
    Analysis of the opportunities and challenges for investors and developers looking at Scotland.
    Graham Norwood
    , freelance writer,
    07779 595 964

    Aberdeen
    Is the city’s infrastructure close to breaking point under the weight of its economic success and what impact is it having?
    Tim Probert
    , freelance writer,
    01892 534478

    Deadline for contacting writers is Wednesday 7th May.

    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 5th June.
  • Retail & Leisure S
  • Craft beer & independent brewhouses
    They are on the rise and looking to expand, but how much difference are they really making to the property sector?
    David Harris, freelance writer, 020 7436 9654

    Cheers!
    Good news is oozing out of the pub sector at the moment with leading analysts declaring the sector is in the best shape it has been in three decades. And with yields are on the rise again, according to CBRE. Will we see more pubs opening as a result?
    David Harris
    , freelance writer,
    020 7436 9654

    Malls
    As reported in EG (26 April 2014) shopping centre development in the UK is at a 20-year low. A look at why, how and does it really matter? And also, a look at how ‘shopping centre’ is now becoming a ‘dirty’ phrase to some in the industry.
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Men rule
    Menswear has increased in popularity in London with several new entrants and existing brands expanding. But, is this just a London phenomenon? What about elsewhere in the UK?
    Paul Strohm
    , freelance writer,
    01466 780573

    Shoes shine
    With ShoeZone listing, and Barratts launching an online offering, are shoe companies that struggled (and died) during the recession now making a comeback? Should they be?
    Paul Strohm
    , freelance writer,
    01466 780573

    Betting / sex / pawn shops
    here is now a crackdown on certain shops in certain areas. But, is this fair - should there be interference in what the public want and use?
    David Harris
    , freelance writer,
    020 7436 9654

    Government interventions
    Should the government subsidise development companies so they can buy up swathes of the high street to save them, and stop the problems of numerous landlords medling in development?
    David Thame
    , North West features writer,
    01544 262896

    Country case study
    A look at the Brazilian hotel market.
    Annabel Dixon
    , senior reporter,
    020 7911 1823

    Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 19th May.

    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 5th June.
  • 28Birmingham
  • Around the market
    We are on the lookout for significant deals in Birmingham transacted this year, leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend, or something interesting about the market.
    Elaine Cavanagh, freelance writer.

    Residential
    A look at office to resi conversion, opportunities and impact.
    Graham Norwood
    , freelance writer,
    07779 595 964

    Retail
    How will Birmingham’s retail landscape alter once John Lewis, the new Grand Central shopping centre and the redeveloped Mailbox mall come on stream next year?
    Mark Simmons
    , freelance writer,
    07787 561032

    Offices
    Analysis of supply and demand and the impact it will have on the market going forward.
    David Quinn
    , freelance writer,
    07841 115 601

    HS2
    Analysis of the latest proposals for the proposed high speed rail line’s terminus and connectivity with the rest of the city centre.
    Helen Hamilton
    , freelance writer,
    01568 709155

    Economy
    A look at Birmingham’s economy and what grants and support the city currently benefits from?
    David Thame
    , freelance writer,
    01544 262 896

    Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 2nd June.

    Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 19th June.

July

  • 5Rural
  • Rural Enterprise Zones
    Plans have been afoot for years to transform the former munitions factory at Rotherwas, south of Hereford, into a major business park. Ministers are said to be very supportive and it was granted EZ status. But this week a road plan for the area failed to get the support of the Highways Agency. How much of a blow is this? How have other rural EZs fared?
    David Thame
    , North West features writer, 01544 262896

    Solar arrays
    Fields of solar panels - are now getting through the planning system. How could they change the countryside? Will they work, pay, and succeed? Also, a look at whether the wind has blown out for turbines?
    David Harris
    , freelance journalist, 020 7436 9654

    Hunting, shooting, fishing
    Has the country estate market benefited from the volumes of overseas money coming into UK residential - or do overseas buyers turn up their noses at the high maintenance costs (and trouble) involved in a big shooting estate?
    Piers Wehner, freelance writer, 07854 211717

    Deadline for contacting writers is Thursday 12th June.

    Deadline for booking advertising is midday Thursday 26th June.
  • 12EG London
  • To compliment our “bling” themed EG London edition in April, in July our key features will have a value theme

    Affordable offices
    How would affordable office provision work and could it work?
    David Thame
    , freelance writer, 01544 262896

    Budget skyscrapers
    Could towers be built for less and are they the answer to London’s space problems?
    David Quinn
    , freelance journalist, 07841 115 601

    Redefining value
    Is value in London about getting more out of better quality buildings?
    David Thame
    , freelance writer, 01544 262896

    Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 16th June.

    Deadline for booking advertising is midday Thursday 3rd July.
  • Automotive S
  • Our friends electric
    A look at what impact the electric car sector is having on the sector.
    Noella Pio Kivlehan
    , markets editor, 020 7911 1820

    Car parks
    The fancy "newly-discovered" investment opportunity of the recession years - they seemed to offer steady income when all around was waste and ash. But are they recovery-proof, do they continue to represent such a good bet, and how are the main players reacting to a changing market?
    David Thame
    , North West features writer, 01544 262896

    Shaky credit
    Cheap consumer credit and miss-sold payment protection insurance policies are some of the reasons cited to be helping to fuel the auto business. Meanwhile the differentials between manufacturing here and elsewhere in the world remain moderately favourable. Seen like this, the recent growth of UK manufacturing and European, to an extent is a reprieve from inevitable doom. But how much longer has the UK and European auto sector got?
    David Thame
    , North West features writer, 01544 262896

    Consolidation
    There has been growing consolidation in terms of both the sale of combined properties and businesses. But will this be able to continue?
    David Harris
    , freelance writer, 020 7436 9654

    Fuelling up
    A look at the issues, problems and progress in the petrol station / forecourt market.
    Paul Strohm
    , freelance writer, 01466 780573

    Investment
    2013 saw the biggest market in automotive investment property for 10 years. What is pushing this, and can it last?
    Paul Strohm
    , freelance writer, 01466 780573

    Car showrooms
    How have they evolved over the years. And with 2.26m new vehicles registered in 2013 (up 11% from 2012), are more being built? Also a look at how rents are faring in this sector.
    Piers Wehner, freelance writer, 07854 211717

    Research

    Deadline for contacting writers is Wednesday 4th June.

    Deadline for booking advertising is midday Thursday 26th June. Artwork deadline is midday Tuesday 1st July.
  • 19South East
  • Around the market
    We are on the look out for significant deals in the South East from May/June, leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market.
    Elaine Cavanagh
    , freelance writer

    Retail
    Which markets in the South East are the ones to watch out for in 2014? Where offers the best opportunities and prospects for the hottest returns. This is the fourth in a series of features in our South East focuses.
    Mark Simmons
    , freelance writer, 07787 561032

    Offices
    Analysis of the future of the business park in the south east and whether the time is right for speculative development
    Helen Hamilton
    , freelance writer, 01568 709155

    Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 23rd June.

    Deadline for booking advertising is midday Thursday 10th June.
  • LOMA
  • August

    Estates Gazette is published weekly as normal

    September

    • 6South East (Thames Valley special)
    • Around the market
      We are on the look out for significant deals across the South East from July/Aug, leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market.
      Elaine Cavanagh
      , freelance writer

      Offices
      Analysis of development trends and future plans across the Thames Valley.
      David Thame
      , freelance writer,
      01544 262 896

      Residential
      Analysis of market from a development/planning perspective.
      Nadia Elghamry
      , data editor,
      020 7911 1849

      Studios
      Hollywood hills in the Thames Valley: analysis of this growing niche sector and implications for the Thames Valley and wider market.
      Mark Simmons
      , freelance writer,
      07787 561032

      Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 11th August.

      Deadline for booking advertising is midday Thursday 28th August.
    • Retail & Leisure S
    • Late night leisure
      A look at how nightclubs, lap dancing clubs and casinos are faring in today’s climate.
      Piers Wehner
      , freelance writer,
      07854 211717

      Hotel market
      Hotel market – To include development, investment, expansion and new entrants. How healthy is the market at the moment? Which particular sections are doing well / failing?
      David Harris
      , freelance writer,
      020 7436 9654

      Retail market
      To include development, investment, expansion and new entrants. How healthy are the markets at the moment? Which particular sections are doing well / failing?
      Piers Wehner
      , freelance writer,
      07854 211717

      Deadline for contacting writers is Tuesday 22nd July.

      Deadline for booking advertising is midday Wednesday 20th August.
    • 13EG London S
    • West End offices
      Will there be a supply crunch?
      Joanna Bourke
      , senior reporter,
      020 7911 1916

      Rents
      Analysis of the potential impact of the Sony rent review case.
      Helen Hamilton
      , freelance writer,
      01568 709155

      Leisure
      Spotlight on West End restaurants.
      Stacey Meadwell
      , EG London editor,
      020 7911 1819

      Bridges
      Proposals for new bridges across the Thames come and go but what value could they add if they do get off the drawing board?
      Lisa Pilkington
      , deputy regional editor,
      07771 673 458

      West Borough’s spotlight
      Analysis of the regeneration plans and its impact.
      David Thame
      , freelance writer,
      01544 262 896

      East Borough’s spotlight: Royal Docks and beyond
      Analysis of major regeneration proposals and how they might shape the area.
      David Quinn
      , freelance writer,
      07841 115 601

      Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 28th July.

      Deadline for booking advertising is midday Thursday 28th August.
    • Residential S
    • Online vs traditional
      This year alone has seen the launch of online agency Purplebricks (with substantial financial support from Centrica), the expansion of EstatesDirect (with funding from the founder of Poundland) and this autumn sees the launch of easyProperty. What is it about the estate agency model now which has suddenly brought in these and other high-profile brands into online agency? Is it a flash in the pan or will it take 30-50% of the volume sales market within 10 years, as easyProperty predicts? A look at the pros and cons of each model in the modern housing market.
      Graham Norwood
      , freelance journalist

      PRD landlords: accreditation vs licensing
      One of the biggest debates within the private rented sector now is whether landlords should be subject to a voluntary accreditation scheme (as Boris has introduced with the London Rental Standard) or whether there should be mandatory licensing (as some other councils have introduced across Britain). Industry bodies are for accreditation, while councils are keener on levying expensive licences. Who is right and who is wrong?
      Graham Norwood
      , freelance journalist

      What do developers want after Help-to-Buy?
      Although statistics have effectively proven that HTB1 and 2 have not helped create the house price spikes seen in London and elsewhere, there is no doubt that HTB has been a major boost to the new-build sector, directly contributing to up to 40% of demand for new homes in some locations. But it cannot last: the equity loan scheme so critical to volume housebuilders ends in March 2016 and developers have already made overtures to the government to help the market be 'weaned off' HTB. But what, if anything, should replace it?
      Graham Norwood
      , freelance journalist

      Where are the new homes?
      New home registrations are slowly climbing and no one expects private sector building to mushroom overnight, but the growth has been slow despite initiatives from the government, including a wholesale simplification of planning policy through the National Planning Policy Framework, Help-to-Buy, the New Homes Bonus and announcements such as the ‘Get Britain Building Fund’. So when will house-building figures respond more enthusiastically to these measures, and do we need to do more?
      Graham Norwood
      , freelance journalist

      Miliband’s Britain
      Well-intentioned or a recipe for disaster: Labour has a long way to go to regain the support of the house building and agency communities in Britain, but unlike most parties it has a raft of housing policies at the core of its manifesto preparation for the next election. There is the move to long-term tenancies and a rental cap in the PRS; there is the upcoming Lyons Review on the housing shortage which will recommend urban expansions (possibly on to Green Belt), more shared ownership, a 'transparent' land registry to expose land hoarding, and new regeneration quangos. Are these good, bad or something in the middle for the British residential sector?
      Graham Norwood
      , freelance journalist

      Deadline for contacting writers is Tuesday 8th July July.

      Deadline for booking advertising has passed.
    • 20South West
    • Around the market
      We are on the look out for significant deals across the South West from the last six months leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market.
      Elaine Cavanagh
      , freelance writer

      Bristol offices
      Analysis of current demand trends and take up prospects for the second half of the year.
      Lisa Pilkington
      , deputy regional editor,
      07771 673 458

      South West Residential
      Analysis of the market from an investor/developer perspective.
      Graham Norwood
      , freelance writer,
      07779 595 964

      Devon
      As the economy picks up analysis of large scale regeneration proposals and their prospects.
      Claire Robson
      , freelance writer,
      07896 267 707

      Cornwall
      Analysis of the county's business economy, potential growth areas and challenges.
      Mark Simmons
      , freelance writer,
      07787 561032

      Creative South West
      September 20 is Estates Gazette's Creative Issue and as part of that theme this piece will look at the flourishing creative industry sector in the South West and how the property market can capitalise on their requirements.
      Stacey Meadwell
      , regional editor,
      020 7911 1819

      Deadline for contacting writers is Friday 22nd August.

      Deadline for booking advertising is midday Thursday 11th September.
    • Auctions
    • Old vs New
      The leading auctioneers are seeing their spots on the top of the league tables under threat like never before from new challengers with different ideas about marketing and technology. Could this be the end of the old guard?
      Piers Wehner
      , freelance writer,
      07854 211717

      Repossessed property
      Why is there a shortage? Are other auction houses also seeing it? And what does it mean for the market? Reduced supply of repossessed property sold at auction causes values to reach a new high.
      David Thame
      , North West features writer,
      01544 262896

      Unusual lots & prime property
      Unusual lots from lakes to slices of mountains are appearing more frequently in auction catalogues. Why is this? Are auctions becoming the new eBay, with people just off-loading everything? Plus, a look at the increase in prime properties, such as shopping centres coming to market. It isn’t common yet, but could more be seen in auction rooms over the next couple of years?
      Paul Strohm
      , freelance writer,
      01466 780573

      Sealed bids
      There has been a reported rise in the use of sealed bids by estate agents. Why is this and are they causing more people to consider buying property at auction?
      David Harris
      , freelance writer,
      020 7436 9654

      Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 1st September.

      Deadline for booking advertising is midday Thursday 4th September. Advetising copy deadline is midday Tuesday 9th September.
    • 27East of England
    • Around the market
      We are on the look-out for significant deals across the East of England from the last six months, leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market.
      Elaine Cavanagh
      , freelance writer

      Market Analysis
      Analysis of the region’s property industry, looking across all sectors as well as potential growth areas and challenges.
      Mark Simmons
      , freelance writer,
      07787 561032

      Ipswich regeneration
      Analysis and prospects of the council’s plans.
      David Thame
      , freelance writer,
      01544 262 896

      Residential
      Analysis of market from a development/planning perspective.
      Graham Norwood
      , freelance writer,
      07779 595964

      Deadline for contacting writers is Friday 29th August.

      Deadline for booking advertising is midday Thursday 18th September.

    October

    • 4North East
    • Around the Market
      We are on the look out for significant deals in the North 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.
      Elaine Cavanagh
      , features writer.

      Industrial
      Analysis of the market trends, recovery and prospects.
      Chris Berkin
      , Yorkshire correspondent,
      020 7911 1831

      City centre development
      Analysis of the current trends and prospects for city centre development.
      David Thame
      , freelance writer,
      01544 262 896

      Infrastructure
      AWhen it comes to Government spending on infrastructure, big sums are being banded about, how will the North East benefit?
      Tim Probert, freelance writer,
      01892 534478

      Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 8th September.

      Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 25th September.
    • Industrial S
    • Brewing up trouble
      Thwaites is the latest brewer to move to a new brewery. Carlsberg and Holstein have also moved in the Midlands. Breweries are choosing now to invest, but why? And how many more have yet to make a move?
      David Thame
      , North West features writer,
      01544 262896

      Inland ports
      A look at what inland ports are, and what they can and cannot do. What do developers think of them: will Doncaster and Daventry be the only ventures into this unusual, but in volume terms, very large, market?
      David Thame
      , North West features writer,
      01544 262896

      Freehold
      Has the market for freehold industrial plots bounced back? To what extent is rising demand a safety-first approach - how far driven by fears about pension rules or interest rates, - and is the demand being met?
      David Harris
      , freelance journalist,
      020 7436 9654

      Supermarkets
      Aldi has revived plans for a Cardiff depot that it first floated in 2005. Meanwhile, Sainsburys is reviving the Netto brand in the North. Do the discounters play a different, keener, distribution game? Or are they just supermarkets like everyone else when it comes to warehouses?
      David Harris
      , freelance journalist,
      020 7436 9654

      Fire
      Asos had about 20% of its stock damaged in a fire at its Barnsley warehouse in June, and it is not the first to suffer. Many operators now worry about fire-proofing and safety at warehouses. How is this putting up developers’ costs and how much do tenants care (enough to pay higher rent)? We look at what security and fire precautions are needed today - are they costly - and who picks up the bill, tenants or landlords?
      Piers Wehner
      , freelance writer,
      07854 211717

      BPF
      BPF - A look at the British Property Federation’s planned industrial committee, chaired by SEGRO’s Gareth Osborn. What does it want, how does it intend to get it? How is the BPF making shed undersupply a matter of concern for the government?
      Piers Wehner
      , freelance writer,
      07854 211717

      Deadline for contacting writers is Tuesday 2nd September.

      Deadline for booking advertising is midday Thursday 18th September. Advertising copy deadline is midday Tuesday 23rd September
    • 11EG London
    • Student housing
      Analysis of the sector’s performance and potential in London.
      Joanna Bourke
      , senior reporter,
      020 7911 1916

      Investment
      Analysis of key deals and trends from foreign investors.
      David Thame
      , Deadline 26th September, Yorkshire correspondent,
      01544 262 896

      Agency
      Analysis of the role of the London agent in a changing landscape.
      David Thame
      , freelance writer,
      01544 262 896

      Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 15th September.

      Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 2nd October September.
    • Finance
    • Fund restructuring
      How do fund managers and investors strike a balance when modernising fund structures and do the resultant changes go far enough to prevent a repeat of any previous problems?
      Sophia Furber
      , reporter,
      020 79111761

      CMBS
      The European securitisation market has experience some mixed success in the first half as it seeks success with investors in a new regulatory environment. Will there be more activity in the second half and what form will it take?
      Bridget O’Connell
      , finance editor,

      Deadline for contacting writers is Tuesday 23rd September.

      Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 2nd October September.
    • UK cities S
    • Office investment special

      Inward investment
      Analysis of the core cities economic performance, job growth, sector strengths and prospects.
      Mark Simmons
      , freelance writer,
      07787 561032

      UK cities investor guide
      Each city guide will include analysis on the strength of the office market and investment opportunities.

      Manchester, Liverpool and Bristol
      David Thame
      , North West features writer,
      01544 262896

      Birmingham
      Mark Simmons
      , freelance writer,
      07787 561032

      Leeds
      Elaine Cavanagh
      ,
      01225 444 875

      Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen
      Paul Strohm
      , freelance writer,
      01466 780573

      Cardiff, Cambridge and Newcastle
      Tim Probert, freelance writer,
      01892 534478

      Deadline for contacting writers is Wednesday 20th August.

      Deadline for booking advertising is midday Thursday 25th August. Artwork deadline is midday Tuesday 30th August.
    • 18East Midlands
    • Around the market
      We are on the look-out for significant deals across the South West from the last six months leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market.
      Elaine Cavanagh
      , freelance writer.

      Development
      Analysis of developments planned across the region.
      David Thame
      , North West features writer,
      01544 262896

      Infrastructure
      An in depth look at major infrastructure projects and what their impact will be.
      Mark Simmons
      , freelance journalist,
      07787 561032

      Refurbishment
      Are office and other refurbishments still popular? With whom and why?
      Tim Probert
      , freelance writer,
      01892 534478

      Retail
      Analysis of the sector
      David Quinn
      , freelance writer,
      07841 115601
      Please note that David is on leave until 16th September. Deadline: 1st October

      Deadline for contacting writers is Friday 19th September.

      Deadline for booking advertising is midday Thursday 18th September. Advertising copy deadline is midday Tuesday 9th October
    • Distribution Parks Directory S
    • LOMA
    • 25Wales
    • 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.
      Elaine Cavanagh
      , freelance writer.

      Offices
      Analysis of supply and demand.
      David Thame
      , North West features writer,
      01544 262896

      Media
      Analysis of the BBC’s HQ decision and the wider implications for Cardiff.
      Chris Berkin
      , Wales correspondent,
      020 7911 1831

      Swansea
      Analysis of regeneration plans.
      Tim Probert
      , freelance writer,
      01892 534478

      Politics
      What has Wales learned from the Scottish referendum?
      Paul Strohm
      , freelance writer,
      01466 780573

      North Wales
      Analysis of leisure-led regeneration plans.
      Claire Robson
      , freelance writer,
      07896 267 707

      Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 29th September.

      Deadline for booking advertising is midday Thursday 16th October. Advertising copy deadline is midday Tuesday 21st October
    • Healthcare S

    November

    • 1West Midlands
    • Around the market
      We are on the look-out for significant deals across the East of England from the last six months, leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market.
      Elaine Cavanagh
      , freelance writer,

      Offices
      An in-depth look at the region’s office markets.
      Mark Simmons
      freelance writer,
      07787 561032

      Investment
      Analysis and prospects for the investment sector.
      David Thame
      , freelance writer,
      01544 262 896

      Retail & leisure
      Analysis of the market from a retail & leisure perspective.
      Claire Robson
      , freelance writer,
      07896 267707

      Public Sector
      Update on LEPs progress so far.
      David Thame
      , freelance writer,
      01544 262 896

      Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 6th October.

      Deadline for booking advertising is midday Thursday 23rd October.
    • 8EG London S
    • Occupier spotlight: Advertising
      Analysis of the strength of the sector and property trends.
      Joanna Bourke
      , senior reporter,
      020 7911 1916

      Office rents
      Where will headline office rents be in the City and West End by the end of the year.Send your prediction for amount, location, where and why to
      Stacey Meadwell


      West End spotlight: Marble Arch
      Analysis of the developments plans in the area.
      David Thame
      , freelance writer,
      01544 262 896

      South Borough’s spotlight: Croydon
      Analysis of major development proposals and how they might shape the town.
      Mark Simmons
      , freelance writer,
      07787 561032

      Office to resi conversion
      Analysis of the policy and its effectiveness.
      Nadia Elghamry
      , data editor,
      020 7911 1849

      Agency
      Analysis of recent merger and acquisitions and how it has shaped the London agency landscape.
      David Thame
      , freelance writer,
      01544 262 896

      Luxury serviced offices
      Analysis of the sector, its growth and requirements.
      Stacey Meadwell
      , EG London editor,
      020 7911 1819

      Deadline for contacting writers is Friday 19th September.


      Deadline for booking advertising is midday Thursday 23rd October.
    • Retail & Leisure S
    • 15South East (Hants special)
    • Around the Market
      We are on the look out for significant deals in South East from the last two months – leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market.
      Elaine Cavanagh
      , freelance writer.

      Offices
      Analysis of market conditions, challenges and prospects.
      Alex Horne
      , South East correspondent.

      Portsmouth
      Analysis of regeneration proposals and market conditions.
      David Thame
      , freelance writer,
      01544 262 896

      Agency
      Moves and expansion we take an eyeglass to the agency scene in Southampton and beyond.
      Elaine Cavanagh
      , freelance writer.

      Industrial
      Analysis of the policy and its effectiveness.
      Paul Strohm
      , freelance writer,
      01466 780573

      Seaside towns
      A development with a sea-view – analysis of proposals and strategy.
      Claire Robson
      , freelance writer,
      07896 267 707

      Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 20th October.


      Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 6th November.
    • 22North West
    • Around the Market
      We are on the look-out for significant deals across the North West from the last six months leasing or investment and any sector. Deals need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market.
      Elaine Cavanagh
      , freelance writer.

      Investment
      Analysis of current trends and how the region is performing compared to other parts of the UK and globally.
      Chris Berkin
      , North Correspondent,
      020 7911 1831.
      Please note Chris is on holiday from Monday 13 Oct returning on Monday 27 when he’ll be working on his feature

      Liverpool regeneration
      Analysis of successes and challenges and development activity to date.
      David Thame
      , freelance writer,
      01544 262 896

      Development
      Is now the time to bring that moth-balled proposal back into play?
      David Quinn
      , freelance writer,
      07841 115601

      Future North West
      What is it that the North West and Manchester really needs?
      David Thame
      , freelance writer,
      01544 262 896

      Manchester restaurants
      Analysis of the sector, its successes, challenges and prospects.
      David Thame
      , freelance writer,
      01544 262 896

      Deadline for contacting writers is Monday 27th October.


      Deadline for advertising copy is midday Thursday 22nd November.
    • Offices S
    • Industrial S
    • Occupier spotlight: Film production companies
      Analysis of prevalence and types of deals.
      David Thame
      , freelance writer,
      01544 262 896

      Security
      Analysis of the risks and costs to landlords and distribution operators around the UK’s ports.
      Piers Wehner
      , freelance writer,
      07854 211717.

      Agency
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