Estates Gazette

Magazine features programme

Estates Gazette is pleased to present the features programme for 2015, investigating and reporting on key issues, sectors and geographical areas of the market. Below you can view the total 2015 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 2015 features programme

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January

  • 24South East
  • Around the market
    We are on the look out for significant deals across the South East from the past three months - leasing or investment and any sector. Deals don’t necessarily need to be the biggest, just need to demonstrate a new trend or something interesting about the market.
    For more details contact Elaine Cavanagh, freelance writer.

    Offices
    Analysis of key markets including Reading, Milton Keynes, Brighton and Oxford and their relationship to the London office market.
    Contact: David Thame
    01544 262 896.

    Regeneration spotlight
    Analysis of town centre regeneration plans across Hertfordshire.
    Contact: David Thame
    01544 262 896.

    Please contact writers no later Friday 19 December 2014.
  • 30Auctions
  • Farms
    A look at farm sales and disposals. This is still big in country area as they tend to use auctions as opposed to other disposal methods on items like equipment, furnishings, and house/land. Do these all-day or two-three-day events still happen, are they the big social occasions - almost festivals - they once were? And who turns up to buy, who just to browse and who to keep an eye on prices?
    Contact: David Thame, freelance writer,
    01544 262 896.

    Housing associations
    A look at the market and at how many people are acquiring properties from housing associations. How big is this source of lots, who is doing it, where, what prices are being achieved, and who is buying?
    Contact: David Thame, freelance writer,
    01544 262 896.

    Regional markets
    The regional markets are picking up, but who is buying? Is it the same buyers back again or are there new entrants, and what kind of entrants are they? Has the number of domestic buyers acquiring for their own occupation risen?
    Contact: Piers Wehner, freelance writer,
    07854 211717.

    International
    A look at overseas auction markets. What are the differences, and where are the bargains to be had?
    Contact: Piers Wehner, freelance writer,
    07854 211717.

    Deadline for receipt of editorial information is 6 January 2015.
    Deadline for advertising copy is Thursday 22 January.

February

  • 7EG London
  • Batten down the hatches
    The weather has been breaking records: wettest, warmest and coldest but what is the cost to London’s property industry and what contingency plans do landlords have in place to keep buildings and business functioning during the winter months?
    Contact: David Thame, freelance writer,
    01544 262 896.

    Forward planning
    The market is firmly in the upward swing of the cycle so what should property players be doing now to best capitalise?
    Contact: Stacey Meadwell, EG London editor,
    020 7911 1819.

    Deadline for receipt of editorial information is Monday 12 January.
    Deadline for advertising copy is Thursday 29 January.
  • 14Sustainability
  • Low cost / no cost
    A recent survey showed that, globally, tenants ranked sustainability 14 out of 15 in importance. Security, response times and value for money were first, second and third on their agenda. There are companies that completely embrace the green agenda, but how can those that don’t be persuaded to do so? And how green are UK companies compared with their international counterparts?
    Contact: Piers Wehner, freelance writer,
    07854 211717.

    Sustainable fit-outs
    Are they possible - or just an idea to please the corporate social responsibility agenda? Can a fit-out be green, or are acres of MDF simply bound to be carbon-positive?
    Contact: Piers Wehner, freelance writer,
    07854 211717.

    Local council strategies
    Around two-thirds of the local council's core strategies are in place or close to it, but do we find any new evidence on what "sustainable" development means? Are there cases which show - on either side - where the line is to be drawn over what is sustainable, and what isn't? And what does this mean for the one-third of hard cases still to be resolved - many of them under pressure for residential and commercial developers, and heavy lobbying by green groups?
    Contact: David Thame, freelance writer,
    01544 262 896.

    Deadline for receipt of editorial information is 21 January.
    Deadline for advertising copy is 5 January.
  • 21Retail & Leisure S
  • 28West Midlands

March

  • 7Manchester
  • UK cities S
  • Property trolley dash
    If you had £30m of your own money to invest in property outside London what would you be elbowing people out of the way to buy?
    David Thame, freelance writer, will be perusing some of the shopping lists, contact him with yours on 01544 262 896.

    The big spenders
    Who's got money itching to find a home and a strategy to target assets outside London? Where and in what do they see the best returns across the UK?
    Mark Simmons, freelance writer, will be putting the spotlight on UK and overseas buyers targeting the regions, Wales and Scotland contact him on 07787 561032 with suggestions.

    Economy
    In what sort of shape is the UK economy and how does its growth prospects compare with Europe and globally?
    Contact Mark Simmons, freelance writer with your thoughts: 07787 561032.

    Occupiers
    Which are the growth business sectors in the UK, where do they cluster and how do they behave when it comes to property requirements?
    David Thame will be assessing the potential and growing trends contact him on 01544 262 896.

    Residential
    The emergence of PRS as an alternative asset class, Graham Norwood will be assessing the potential opportunities outside the capital. Contact him on 07779 595 964

    If you are interested in getting involved please contact the writers no later than 15 January
    Deadline for booking advertising is Thursday 19 February.
    Deadline for advertising copy is Tuesday 24 February.
  • EG London S
  • Desperately seeking affordable offices
    With rising rents and occupational costs the hunt is on for value but how far will occupiers compromise on location and what does it mean for landlords?
    Contact: Tim Probert, 01892 534478.

    Bursting at the seams
    Corporate occupiers have been cautious during the recession making do or taking space in serviced offices, is now the time to think longer term?
    Contact: Mark Simmons, 07787 561032.

    Let's talk about sex
    The sex industry is big business but what is it like as a tenant?
    David Thame, 01544 262 896.

    Looking back to go forward
    The rise of the office pre-let in a market short on readily available space but what does history tell us about this trend.
    Contact: Chris Berkin, senior reporter, 020 7911 1831.

    De-furbs
    Distressed and stripped back space seems to be in vogue with the creative and tech industries so should you be looking at defurbing rather than refurbing?
    Contact: Claire Robson, 07896 267 707.

    Residential regen
    Does redevelopment of existing estates offer a genuine solution to large scale housing development in London?
    Contact: Graham Norwood, 07779 595 964.

    Please contact writers no later than 28 January.
    Deadline for booking advertising is Thursday 19 February.
    Deadline for advertising copy is Tuesday 24 February.
  • Industrial S
  • 14Healthcare
  • 21Ireland
  • 28South East

April

  • 4East of England
  • 11EG London
  • Residential S
  • 18Yorkshire
  • Finance
  • 25East Midlands

May

  • 9EG London
  • Offices
  • 16Scotland
  • 23South East
  • 30Wales
  • Industrial S

June

  • 6EG London S
  • 13Bristol
  • 20North West
  • Retail & Leisure S
  • 27Birmingham

July

  • 4Rural
  • 11EG London
  • Automotive S
  • 18South East

August

Estates Gazette is published weekly as normal

September

  • 5South East (Thames Valley special)
  • Retail & Leisure S
  • 12EG London S
  • 19South West
  • Industrial S
  • 26East of England
  • Auctions

October

  • 3West Midlands
  • Residential S
  • 10EG London
  • Finance
  • UK Cities S
  • 17East Midlands
  • 24North East
  • Distribution Parks
  • Directory S
  • 31Wales
  • Healthcare

November

  • 7Retail & Leisure S
  • North West
  • 14EG London S
  • Offices
  • 21South East (Hants special)
  • Yorkshire
  • 28Scotland
  • Industrial S

December

  • 5Rich List S

Estates Gazette will be published every Saturday from 10th January to 19th December

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East of England

EDITORIAL

Stacey Meadwell

Focus Editor

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Business Development Manager

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RESEARCH

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North East

EDITORIAL

Chris Berkin

Correspondent

020 7911 1831

ADVERTISING

James Gray

Regional Business Development Manager

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EGi

Henry Poole

Business Development Manager

020 7911 1781

RESEARCH

Jim Larkin

Researcher

0161 246 1043

North West

EDITORIAL

Chris Berkin

Correspondent

020 7911 1831

ADVERTISING

James Gray

Regional Business Development Manager

07900 016 132

EGi

Henry Poole

Business Development Manager

020 7911 1781

RESEARCH

Jonathan Tomlinson

Researcher

0161 246 1025

Isle of Man

ADVERTISING

James Gray

Regional Business Development Manager

07900 016 132

EGi

Henry Poole

Business Development Manager

020 7911 1781

RESEARCH

Jonathan Tomlinson

Researcher

0161 246 1025

 

Yorkshire

EDITORIAL

Chris Berkin

Correspondent

020 7911 1831

ADVERTISING

James Gray

Regional Business Development Manager

07900 016 132

EGi

Henry Poole

Business Development Manager

020 7911 1781

RESEARCH

Jim Larkin

Researcher

0161 246 1043

South East

EDITORIAL

Stacey Meadwell

Focus Editor

020 7911 1819

ADVERTISING

Craig Ellis

Account Manager

020 7911 1746

EGi

Henry Poole

Business Development Manager

020 7911 1781

RESEARCH

South of the River

James Child

Researcher

020 7911 1711

 

North of the River

Oi Yun Li

Researcher

020 7911 1710

East Midlands

EDITORIAL

Lisa Pilkington

Deputy Regional Editor/Midlands Editor

07771 673 458

ADVERTISING

James Gray

Regional Business Development Manager

07900 016 132

EGi

Henry Poole

Business Development Manager

020 7911 1781

RESEARCH

Andrew Toy

Team Leader

020 7911 1868

West Midlands

EDITORIAL

Lisa Pilkington

Deputy Regional Editor/Midlands Editor

07771 673 458

ADVERTISING

Joe Thompson

Regional Business Development Manager

07717 303 795

EGi

Henry Poole

Business Development Manager

020 7911 1781

RESEARCH

Gary Moughton

Researcher

0161 246 1046

South West

EDITORIAL

Stacey Meadwell

Focus Editor

020 7911 1819

ADVERTISING

Joe Thompson

Regional Business Development Manager

07717 303 795

EGi

Henry Poole

Business Development Manager

020 7911 1781

RESEARCH

Arif Sayeed

Researcher

020 7911 1863

Channel Islands

ADVERTISING

Joe Thompson

Regional Business Development Manager

07717 303 795

EGi

Henry Poole

Business Development Manager

020 7911 1781

RESEARCH

James Child

Researcher

020 7911 1711

 

Republic of Ireland

ADVERTISING

James Gray

Regional Business Development Manager

07900 016 132

EGi

Henry Poole

Business Development Manager

020 7911 1781

   

Northern Ireland

ADVERTISING

James Gray

Regional Business Development Manager

07900 016 132

EGi

Henry Poole

Business Development Manager

020 7911 1781

RESEARCH

Yasmin Khalik

Researcher

0161 246 1041

 

West of Scotland

ADVERTISING

David Salisbury

Business Development Executive

020 7911 1991

EGi

Henry Poole

Business Development Manager

020 7911 1781

RESEARCH

Yasmin Khalik

Researcher

01612 461 041

East of Scotland

ADVERTISING

David Salisbury

Business Development Executive

020 7911 1991

EGi

Henry Poole

Business Development Manager

020 7911 1781

RESEARCH

Yasmin Khalik

Researcher

0161 246 1041

Wales

EDITORIAL

Chris Berkin

Correspondent

020 7911 1831

ADVERTISING

Joe Thompson

Regional Business Development Manager

07717 303 795

EGi

Henry Poole

Business Development Manager

020 7911 1781

RESEARCH

Arif Sayeed

Researcher

020 7911 1863

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