The new John Lewis at Westfield London is ready for business. The 230,000 sq ft anchor to the shopping centre’s extension stands out like a shiny CGI against the backdrop of a building site, which is still filled with workers rushing to finish the remainder of the £600m project on time.
Real power has been transferred from Whitehall to the regions through the creation of metro mayors, but can the process deliver real change?
COMMENT: HS2 is a growth strategy, not a railway, and the Constellation Partnership will be a major beneficiary, writes Jackie Sadek
BREXIT ONE YEAR ON: Commercial deals dip by a fifth. EG dives into the archives and looks back at the data affecting property after the Brexit vote
“Devolution is as important for the North East as Brexit is for the country,” Adam Serfontein, managing director of Hanro Group told the audience at EG’s Newcastle Question Time.
Day one for six new metro mayors in the UK. Who are they and how will they impact the investment landscape of their regions?
Tyneside is quietly emerging as the Shoreditch of the North, with high-tech start-ups reporting a decent amount of local support and plans for more space emerging
The North East has twice failed to agree a devolution deal. What is the potential fall-out, and could it be third time lucky?
Newcastle has seen a recent surge in PBSA. But is it enough to house its incoming student population, and are these units coming at the cost of residential developments?
ANALYSIS: Is the Northern Powerhouse concept resonating beyond the walls of conference centres and panel discussions?