There’s nothing grim about our plans for the high street
COMMENT: In January of this year (coming up to five years since the phenomenally successful Grimsey 1 report, An Alternative Future for the High Street, was published) Bill Grimsey – veteran retailer and all-round tour de force – sounded out some of his original team to see if we were game to write another report
Moth murder, daylight savings and why failure is no bad thing
On this episode of TechTalk Radio, hosts Emily Wright and Samantha McClary look back at EG’s TechTalk Live event at MIPIM, where eight panellists from the worlds of tech and property debated whether the real estate sector is comfortable enough to embrace failure – the inevitable product of real innovation
Diary: The lure of DeLorean
Even Eddie Irvine can’t resist going Back to the Future. Plus shopping with dinosaurs and a stormy situation at MIPIM
Public and private sectors’ stars align at MIPIM
MIPIM 2018 COMMENT: BPF chief executive Melanie Leech saw real progress at this year’s event on the two pressing issues of diversity and inclusivity, and solving the UK’s housing crisis
Cycle to MIPIM 2018: Wet, windy but well worth it
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.
Geordie assured: Newcastle should be best version of itself
MIPIM 2018: Newcastle must promote itself in the best possible way in order to resist negative effects from economic and political upheaval.
Manchester scores with Abu Dhabi partnership
MIPIM 2018: Abu Dhabi United Group is looking to create the “finest urban sports campus in the world” on 200 acres of land around Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium
Thinking differently about diversity
MIPIM 2018: With lack of diversity now broadly recognised as a pressing problem for the property industry, what can be done to solve it?