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  • Our team of more than 30 journalists ensures that Estates Gazette covers the market more comprehensively than any other property weekly news service
  • Backed up by a 47-strong research department we are able to give context to deals, developments and planning applications
  • Our reporters cover the UK and Ireland from top to bottom, with reporters also focused on finance as well as the office, industrial, retail and residential sectors
  • Our writers ensure EG also covers the most important property-related matters around the world, to keep our readers are on top of global trends
  • We have increased the number of special supplements we publish, with a focus on Scotland, London, industrial and more
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What our readers have to say:


  • Estates Gazette is the leading property magazine via which one is guaranteed to be up to date with deals, general news, research and legal matters that impact on property.
  • It is the most comprehensive and authoritative voice for UK property. The comment and analysis is excellent and actually informative. That’s a difficult trick to pull off – lots of trade journals try and fail. EG succeeds.
  • It provides an excellent overview on recent market transactions alongside useful information
  • I have ‘grown up’ with this publication since the start of my career as a land negotiator for a Plc Housebuilder in the late 1990’s and in short I would not be without it.
*source: Estates Gazette subscriber – Readership research, May 2014