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
No-one knows the market better than those that live and breathe it every day. Here, a handful of retail and leisure leaders share their views on the state of the retail market.
Savills’ executive directors saw their annual remuneration dip by 12.6% in 2017
Cambridge-based Bidwells saw profits jump by 46% to £8.2m in its most recent accounts
Agents, landlords, developers and housebuilders have all recognised their shortcomings when it comes to balanced workforces. Here, some of the main firms outline their commitments to improving the balance and closing the gender pay gap.
The real estate industry is suffering from a not insignificant gender pay gap, the cause of which is an overwhelming lack of women in senior roles. What can be done to close it?
In this week’s episode of TechTalk Radio we bring you a lesson in how to survive in an increasingly AI-driven world.
LISTEN: Three key players in the real estate industry discuss the sector’s gender pay gap figures, and how the industry must now work together to solve the issue.
UPDATED: The full list of companies that reported by the 4 April deadline.
UPDATE: More agents, including LSH and GVA, have released their gender pay gap figures ahead of today’s deadline, but which has recorded the largest gap?
Women at Cushman & Wakefield are paid on average 33.4% less than men and take home a bonus that is 69.8% lower.
Firm is first agent to report its figures
BNP Paribas Real Estate has launched a tool that allows brokers and customers from two distinct locations to meet virtually in another and interact in real time.
This year was the 13th edition of the Cycle to Mipim. You could say it was unlucky for some; a few sore bums, a little tumble or two. Weatherwise, it was definitely unlucky for all. Here, we share just a few reflections.
MIPIM 2018: 200 property professionals left snowy England for the 13th annual Cycle to MIPIM last week but battled through powerful headwinds and biblical rain all the way down to Cannes.
MIPIM 2018: A team of women will lead almost 200 men into Cannes today as part of the annual Cycle to MIPIM event organised by Club Peloton.
Recovery from the decade-long financial slump of 2008 is well under way on the Iberian peninsula with tourism and retail sectors leading the way – and investors are increasingly primed to leap in
Chinese investors have become a force to be reckoned with in real estate, toppling several long-standing investors from their perches in EG’s annual list
Demand Logic has put data intelligence at the heart of property management with a tool revealing everything from office comfort to structures’ insurance risks
Hiring the right chief technology officer has the power to transform even the most digitally challenged of businesses. Earlier this month, EG held its first TechTalk Live event of the year, which focused on providing insight on all things CTO for the industry.
Spire Ventures, the investment management vehicle run by Faisal Butt, has teamed up with entrepreneur James Caan to back value-add property company QuoinStone Investment Management
A look back through the EG archives to bring you 10 of our favourite interviews with some of the most inspirational and impressive women in the sector
The directors of the firm that managed the UK estate of the Abu Dhabi royal family for more than 16 years are bringing an action at the employment tribunal for unfair dismissal and failure to comply with TUPE regulations
Connectivity ratings and advisory firm WiredScore has launched in Scotland in a bid to help landlords deal with commonplace internet outages
AIM listed regional investor Palace Capital is moving to the main market as it attempts to further expand the business.
The public sector drove take up in Birmingham to reach record levels in 2017, according to the latest figures from Savills.
Developers seeking to bring forward more than 2,000 new homes in the London borough of Havering are claiming the council is purposefully delaying their applications
JLL has launched the 12th edition of its Property Triathlon (and swim and duathlon)
Co-op is aiming to open 30 new food stores in London this year and revamp a further seven.
Towards the end of 2017, we finally got confirmation of the marriage we had long been waiting for. No, not Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, but BNP Paribas Real Estate and Strutt & Parker.
COMMENT I’ve been waiting patiently to be able to use the words prophetic fallacy on the pages of EG. There has been a chill wind blowing over the past few months – and I’m not just talking about the weather.
Senior living developer Pegasus Life has got the go-ahead for a development in Sidmouth, Devon
Brexit, Grenfell, new technologies, ambitious infrastructure targets and demands for the development of housing across the UK have left the built environment in crisis.
In the days since the exposé of the behaviour of some guests at the annual – and now defunct – Presidents Club dinner, property has found itself firmly in the limelight.
Energy and data harvesting firm Pavegen has linked up with global engineering firm Siemens to bring its intelligent floor tile to smart city projects around the world
Brookfield Asset Management has decided not to make a bid for serviced-office group IWG.
Hammerson has exchanged contracts for the sale of its Battery retail park in Birmingham, West Midlands
Fowlds, who retired from JP Morgan Cazenove in November 2015, will become a non-executive director at the Standard Life-advised fund from 1 April 2018.
Everyman Media Group has exchanged contracts to open a new cinema in Crystal Palace, SE19
COMMENT: The FT followed its detailing of the horrific tales that went on behind the closed doors of the annual President Club Charity Dinner this week with numbers that showed how closely linked the property industry was with the event.
COMMENT: We can and should provide the tools and inspiration to make gender inequality a thing of the past
Former Cushman & Wakefield director David Erwin is joining CBRE as an executive director with responsibility for strategically managing and developing client relationships.
Bloomberg’s new European HQ, King’s Cross Station and Oxford Properties and The Crown Estate’s St James’s Market were stand-out winners at London First’s London Planning Awards.
Inspired by #MeToo? REWIRE is seeking more members from the built environment who want to make a real change
A stronger-than-anticipated end to the year has left Savills confident that it will deliver full-year results on 15 March that are ahead of expectations
James Sparrow, head of Savills’ UK professional services, is to take over as chief executive of the UK and Europe from 1 January 2019.