Real Estate Women has set out a white paper listing five recommendations for achieving gender equality in the UK property industry
There is a new emerging sector for real estate investors that over the past two years has delivered quadruple-digit gains.
EDITOR’S COMMENT: There is an argument that you need a touch of arrogance if you are going to turn a healthy profit and deliver best value to shareholders.
Google’s plans to build a city from “the internet up” in Toronto have moved a step closer.
After a brief summer break TechTalk Radio is back.
After a successful first round of the EG Tech Academy, in which six firms went head-to-head to secure up to £150,000 of investment from investor and accelorator Pi Labs, EG is opening the doors for a new clutch of potential Academy finalists
Hear about the benefits of sharing data for industry players of all sizes in this week’s Radius Data Exchange podcast
Qatari Diar has submitted plans for the final phase of Chelsea Barracks, SW3.
A significant number of Londoners begin their working days at night – but is the UK capital is failing to deliver to those who live by night?
LISTEN: The latest EG Property Podcast hears from investors, developers and advisers about how the Middle East is offering security, stability and exceptional returns.
LISTEN: EG gathers initial reactions to the retail report that was launched in Birmingham this morning
WATCH: Thousands of property’s fittest (and, seemingly, their dogs) descended on Dorney Lake in Berkshire last week for the JLL Property Triathlon.
With property now embracing technology and understanding how it can enable better, faster and potentially more exciting work, valuations is a sector ripe for evolution
In this episode of TECHTALK RADIO, we take the first of a series of steps inside EG’s new contributory data exchange, Radius Data Exchange, and talk to two firms that have started using the system.
LISTEN: EG brings together a panel of experts to discuss the opportunities that come from turning London into a 24-hour city.
What happens when you put 40+ women together and give them the task of getting from Copenhagen to Berlin under their own steam? The answer is: pretty amazing things
TECH LIVE: Real estate is changing. The industry now has realised that value in assets is not all tied up in the bricks and mortar, it is in the businesses and people that use those buildings
Number of shares to be offered and price range not yet determined
LISTEN: In this EG Property Podcast a valuer, client and software solution expert sit down to discuss the future of valuations in an increasingly technological world
Proptech accelerator MetaProp has closed its second venture capital fund, MetaProp Ventures II, at $40m (£30.4m)
LISTEN: In this episode of TechTalk Radio co-host Emily Wright and Samantha McClary discuss which one of them might be the alpha, and unpack last week’s tech-filled week at EG Towers.
QUESTION TIME When a councillor tells a developer that they should consider a different career if they don’t like the planning system, in front of a room full of real estate professionals, it is sure to get a reaction.
Let’s face it, Planet Earth feels a bit strange right now. The world is in a state of uncertainty and you would be forgiven for wanting to get off, even just for a little while. What if you could?
Goldacre, the boutique investor that forms part of the Noé Group’s £2.3bn asset management business, has launched RElab, an accelerator programme to support real estate technology start-ups to grow through partnership and investment. The scheme is being run with L Marks, a corporate innovation specialist and early-stage investor.
Lack of supply and growing demand in Bristol’s office market are pushing rents upwards, with prices being achieved in excess of the city’s current headline of £32.50 per sq ft
BYM Capital plans to convert the 140,248 sq ft New Horizons Court campus in Brentford, Essex, into 268 studios and one- and two-bedroom flats.
Our industry is changing and it is fighting to do the right thing. It is hard, but there are real glimmers of a new future.
When it comes to diversity in real estate, it is all about starting early.
LISTEN: Flexible office and co-working provider Workspace has committed to 49 buildings across its portfolio becoming Wired Certified Gold or above.
You may not have heard of Catherine Spitzer. But by the end of this piece, I can guarantee you will want to add her to your contacts. Why? Because the managing director of Cambridge-based Bidwells is refreshingly unproperty, knows the value of disconnecting, values her people and takes her kids up mountains. Intrigued? Read on.
Residential investor Annington has bought two PRS portfolios for more than £47m.
Paragon and Bond Davidson have merged to create a £22m-turnover building and project consultancy
TECHTALK RADIO: In this week’s episode, commentator Antony Slumbers and Rethinking RE NYC’s Dror Poleg talk about all things disruption in real estate, how no-one really wants an office, and how service has to come before product.
In this EG Property Podcast we meet Bidwells managing director Catherine Spitzer. She was promoted to the role in July 2017 after joining the Cambridge-based agent in 2014 as chief operating officer, and is refreshingly un-property.
The once-unloved yards at the back of King’s Cross station are emerging as one of London’s newest must-visit locations
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, EG interviews two property figures about how wellness should be a vital element of any business’s responsibility to staff
In this week’s episode of TechTalk Radio, we meet Ben and Chris Littlewood, the founders of Moveli, the newest kid on the block in the world of estate agency disruption.
CBRE is allowing all new parents, regardless of gender, the same amount of paid leave following the arrival of a child
One of the final development sites within Dublin’s Docklands has been put up for sale.
JLL has reported a 9% increase in fee revenues in the first three months of the year, with the firm’s EMEA division driving the growth.
The homes in Gunnersbury, W3, range from studio to two bedrooms.
Ivanhoe Cambridge and Greycoat Real Estate have let a further 72,000 sq ft at their newly refurbished Minster Building, EC3.
Imagine a world where the friction is gone and trading, funding and dealing was a smooth process. Sounds like pie in the sky? No, it sounds like Cloudscraper.
The deal is its biggest acquisition since 2015.
What’s been trending in April, highlights include the launch of Radius Data Exchange and the gender pay gap reveal. Watch the round-up here.
Cushman & Wakefield has made a record number of promotions, promoting 142 staff to partner, associate or associate director
Tune in to find out what property professionals consider the most important tech advance, what the real estate sector can learn from Tesla and the latest news from the world of proptech
When it comes to surviving in the retail market, knowledge is power. In today’s market, data is knowledge. Knowing how to collect it and use it is vital. Data is big and clever and one major UK REIT is using it to its advantage. Samantha McClary talks to British Land about the power of ones and zeros
Struggling department store chain working on a plan to slash its footprint by 30%
“Keep calm and carry on” is potentially the worst of all British phrases and, in my humble opinion, the most stupid (sorry, Winston). Keep calm, yes, but there is very much an argument to not carry on. Sometimes stopping is the best thing you can do. Sometimes admitting defeat is the smartest thing you can do