A quick compendium of the more important stories affecting London development over the last few months.Continue reading “The Quarter”
This episode of PropertyShe asks:
Is your building more relevant to your health and wellbeing right now than your Doctor?
What does this mean for how landlords should think about their responsibility, and working with the tenants and other occupiers in its buildings?
What different attitudes are being seen between Europe, America, Asia?
Greg Mansell, head of UK research and insight, Cushman & Wakeﬁeld takes a look at an unprecedented time for London and its markets
At the end of March, the London property market bore no resemblance to a few months earlier, with its empty streets and closed businesses symbolic of London under lockdown.
‘The market was struggling to function even before the lockdown began’
Andrew Jones, EMEA Cities Programme Leader at AECOM shares his insights on the impact of the pandemic, economic crisis and digitalisation on the future of our UK cities, and his key priorities for supporting economic recovery, the green agenda, social equity and future resilience.
Read more from Andrew Jones on UK Cities here.
Katrina Kostic Samen is Head of Workplace Strategy & Design at KKS Savills and BCO past president. She speaks to Amy Till about the challenges facing those transitioning back into office buildings, and how COVID-19 may impact the future of the way we work long-term.
Once upon a time in Marbella 2007 a Belgian Beach Club owner called Tops coined a phrase which has stuck with me for many years.
In conversation I naively asked Tops if he’d owned a beach club before.
Picture the Belgian accent if you please
“Ha” he replied. ‘Zees ain’t my first BBQ”
Graeme is TfL’s Commercial Development Director and is responsible for its land and property across the capital. This includes an Estate Management function that manages over 5,500 acres of operational land and over 30 offices buildings across London.