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Chancellor Rishi Sunak has set out his spending plans to tackle the economic costs arising from the Covid-19 pandemic. Corporation tax hikes, more support measures for businesses and new levelling-up investments were among the key takeaways. But has the Budget addressed real estate’s needs and will it foster investment? And what’s in store for the …
 
This year the EG Awards are back with a vengeance. With the light at the end of Covid lockdown tunnels looking ever brighter, the team at EG are increasingly hopeful that we will be celebrating the very many and deserving winners of this years awards with you, face-to-face at the Grosvenor House hotel on 28 October. Contingency plans are always in …
 
Editor Sam McClary and deputy editor Tim Burke join Jess Harrold to round up the week, beginning with an in-depth discussion of the results of EG's latest LGBTQ+ in real estate survey. The findings offer a mix of positive steps forward, disappointments and some depressing stories that highlight exactly how far real estate needs to go to be a truly …
 
In another Future of Real Estate podcast, Damian Wild speaks to UK Hospitality’s CEO Kate Nicholls about the impact on the sector of a third lockdown, and how recovery is some way off despite good news on the vaccine front. Nicholls warns that much of the sector will collapse without help from government and support from landlords. And she says tha…
 
Fresh changes are likely to be ahead for the UK's real estate investment trusts. Treasury consultations on asset holding companies and the broader UK fund regime include various proposals, large and small, for altering how REITs are managed and treated. The hope is that these changes will encourage more funds to set up shop in the UK, bolstering th…
 
In this episode of EG’s TechTalk Radio, EG editor Samantha McClary sits down with founder of Appear Here Ross Bailey and its lead data scientist Alex Nussbacher to talk about data driven decisions and how the industry needs to embrace tech to build a new future, particularly for retail. Leaning on learnings from Appear Here’s recently published rep…
 
This week's Bricks & Mortar sees series host Sarah Jackman return to the virtual studio for the second instalment in the careers trilogy with Nick Carman, Partnership Director at Macdonald & Company, a specialist recruitment consultancy for the real estate and built environment sectors. In this episode, they discuss the value of using online platfo…
 
EG editor Sam McClary stars in the latest episode of EG Like Sunday Morning, joining Jess Harrold to discuss her week. McClary expands on her latest leader, explaining why she feels London needs a bit of love - and gives her view on the "Marble Arch Mound". Then, how will she fare in the first EG Like Sunday Morning quiz of the week? Plus more on w…
 
In the second episode of the Resi Talks podcast, EG's residential editor Emma Rosser is back with L&Q’s new chief executive Fiona Fletcher-Smith. Fletcher-Smith was previously development director and has this year taken the helm, following the departure of David Montague after 33 years at the housing association. A month into her new role, the pai…
 
In this episode of the EG Property Podcast, EG editor Samantha McClary talks to Homes England chief executive Nick Walkley to talk about the impact he has had at the government agency and what happens next. In it Walkley talks about why he doesn’t want to be labelled a great leader and why his greatest legacy will be other members of the team leavi…
 
This monthly podcast series from EG sees in-house analysts James Child and Graham Shone delve into the world of data, research and analysis to provide up-to-the-minute insights on market drivers. In the inaugural episode, a pitch to spend 25 minutes reading numbers directly from an Excel document was rejected. Instead, Shone talks through his lates…
 
Alice Hawker of Selborne Chambers explains the High Court decision in Criterion Buildings Ltd v McKinsey & Co, Inc (United Kingdom) and another [2021] EWHC 216 (Ch); [2021] PLSCS 31 - a £2.3m service charges dispute between management consultancy McKinsey and its former landlord of office premises in the famous Criterion Building in Piccadilly Circ…
 
In this episode of the EG Property Podcast, EG editor Samantha McClary is joined by IJD Consulting director Jane Hollinshead to talk about social mobility in real estate. The industry has the reputation of being one full of privately educated, posh boys (and girls), but is it really and, more importantly, does it have to be? Listen in as the pair d…
 
Will an AirScore become as powerful a deciding factor on whether occupiers take space as rents and lease terms? It is certainly a question that is worth debating, according to AirRated chief executive Francesca Brady and AshbyCapital property director Tom Smithers. AshbyCapital’s The Future Works development in Slough, Berkshire, has just become th…
 
In episode two of EG Like Sunday Morning, residential editor Emma Rosser and head of office and workplace research Graham Shone join Jess Harrold to discuss resi, offices and Weetabix... not necessarily in that order. Shone offers the lowdown on his London Office Market Analysis for Q4 2020, and a preview of his regional findings. Rosser explains R…
 
After an extended Christmas and New Year break, EG’s Bricks & Mortar returns with a careers trilogy. In this first episode, Bricks & Mortar host, Sarah Jackman is joined by Nick Carman – Partnership Director at Macdonald & Company, a specialist recruitment consultancy for the real estate and built environment sectors – for a look at getting that fi…
 
Introducing a brand-new weekend podcast series in which members of the EG team digest the week's events, and offer their unique real estate insights. In this inaugural episode, host Jess Harrold, deputy legal and professional editor, is joined by deputy editor Tim Burke and London and offices reporter Alex Daniel. Daniel offers his initial impressi…
 
In this first episode of EG's new Resi Talks podcast, residential editor Emma Rosser explores the rising phenomenon of inexperienced investors losing money to permitted development rights. From Magna Capital to other more high profile failings from Signature Living and Inspired Developments, office-to-resi developers are buckling under hidden costs…
 
In this episode of the EG Property Podcast EG editor Samantha McClary and deputy editor Tim Burke bring you the best bits from their collective interview with not one but all five of the new chief executives of the UK’s largest listed real estate businesses. The conversation, with British Land’s Simon Carter, Landsec’s Mark Allan, Lynda Shillaw of …
 
Alison Hardy, partner at Ashurst, explains the Supreme Court's decision in Financial Conduct Authority v Arch Insurance Ltd and others, a test case on the applicability of business interruption insurance policies to the circumstances arising out of Covid-19. Hardy looks at the practical implications for afflicted tenants, their landlords and for th…
 
In this episode of EG Property Podcast EG editor Samantha McClary talks with Chris Grigg, the former chief executive of British Land, about his 12 years running one of the country's oldest property company. Over the 40 minute conversation Chris and Sam chat about everything from modernising British Land, how to lead on diversity when you are a whit…
 
Earlier this month, Landsec got the go ahead for a major redevelopment of 25 Lavington Street, SE1. The 370,000 sq ft project, Timber Square, promises to be a net zero carbon development. One quarter of the existing building will be retained, materials recycled and, as its name gives away, timber will be utilised extensively. In this podcast, EG ed…
 
Experts in the field join Jess Harrold to offer their own thoughts on the three most important property cases of 2020. Emma Humphreys, partner at Charles Russell Speechlys, considers the significance of the Supreme Court restrictive covenant decision in Alexander Devine Children’s Cancer Trust v Housing Solutions Ltd. Roger Cohen, partner at Bryan …
 
This year has been year that businesses have had to get much closer to their staff and have done so by being distant from them. But it has also been a year where the slowdown in business and economic turmoil has meant many businesses have had to have difficult conversations and slimdown their headcounts. It has been a year where looking after your …
 
No-one could have imagined the hand dealt to cities this year. Imagery of vacant major cities where we wouldn’t have been surprised to have seen tumbleweed blowing across streets flooded the internet. Wildlife took over. People, business and the hustle bustle disappeared. The rulebook on what a city was, was torn up. That was cities during the pand…
 
After a tumultuous twelve months, EG’s Jess Harrold and Sarah Jackman have produced their top 10 cases of the year. The list features everything from telecoms to landlord and tenant and business rates to insurance – as well as a few honourable mentions. Has your case made it? Tune in for the full count down from ten to the number one spot. (The sel…
 
When a global crisis struck in 2008, sustainability quickly got pushed down the agenda by businesses. There wasn’t the available cash to spend on being green, went the rhetoric. But when a global pandemic struck this year, the opposite happened. Despite the worldwide shutdown of economies, despite the hardships faced by individuals and businesses a…
 
In this week’s We’re Still Here podcast EG editor Samantha McClary and deputy editor Tim Burke talk about a bumper issue of EG looking back at the most unusual of years. Crammed full of big reads for you to digest alongside all those mince pies or whatever other festive treats you might over-indulge in, EG’s final printed issue of the year includes…
 
Future of Real Estate: In a critical week for Brexit negotiations, investment minister Lord Grimstone tells Damian Wild that this sector has a vital role in driving post-Covid investment in the UK. He’s hoping for geopolitical and health-related uncertainties to lift in the new year, and for the “propensity to invest” to return. Tech, home working …
 
Town centres with big units are facing challenging times but experienced private investors are still looking for retail investment opportunities through auction and private treaty. By Julia Cahill Warren Buffett famously told investors to “be fearful when others are greedy and greedy only when others are fearful.” The multibillionaire investor’s ad…
 
In the latest EG Property Podcast, focused on talent, EG editor Samantha McClary talks with Lisa Unwin and Deb Khan, two women who have made a career of promoting and empowering other women. This discussion wide-ranging discussion looks at why women are more likely to leave their professions, why that is happening more now, what that lack of talent…
 
As distressed situations rise, recovery experts say Covid-19 has convinced them that online auctions have a vital role to play in reaching investors who are keen to create value. Julia Cahill reports “There are a lot of people just waiting to see how things play out… There’s all kinds of pain to come but there will be opportunities for people to ge…
 
For many cash-rich private investors the chief attractions of investing in the high street have been secure assets and reliable income. But well before the Covid-19 pandemic, a large proportion of high street investment stock was already leaving landlords exposed to significant uncertainty due to the weak occupational market. And coronavirus has pu…
 
Roger Cohen, partner at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, explains the Court of Appeal's decision in Southwark London Borough Council v Ludgate House Ltd [2020] EWCA Civ 1637; [2020] PLSCS 221 - a potentially significant case on non-domestic rates and the use of property guardians as a rates mitigation measure for empty properties. Cohen outlines how th…
 
The unexpected happened this year. The world shutdown. Physical human interaction stopped and we had to go digital. Digital transformation was already taking place in the built environment, but it was largely being led by the innovators. Since March, everyone has had to innovate and digitise and has to do so at speed or face the consequences. In th…
 
Since the UK’s first lockdown put a stop to in-room auctions overnight, there has been a surge in online auctions to replace them. Change which looked set to take years has been crammed into less than eight months as technology and the Covid-19 pandemic combined to transform the market.EG Property Podcasts による
 
In this latest episode of Bricks & Mortar, EG’s Sarah Jackman is joined by Chris Ridgway - head of business space lease advisory at Colliers - to explore the role of the rent review surveyor. They go back to basics and discuss what a rent review means, how it is conducted and the type of person that’s suited to the role. Chris reflects on how he fo…
 
Cities in the UK and around the world have set themselves ambitious net zero carbon targets. Advancing those is an imperative but how do we do that while still enabling liveable, thriving and prosperous places? In this episode of the EG Property Podcast, EG editor Samantha McClary is joined by Gordon Affleck, a partner at 10 Design, Claudine Blamey…
 
In this week’s We’re Still Here podcast EG news editor Pui Guan Man joins EG editor Samantha McClary to talk all things retail. They discuss the misfortunes of Arcadia and Debenhams, how the circa £2bn of rates relief refunds offered up by the big supermarket chains should be utilised and how retail landlords are doing their bit in the national eff…
 
In this episode of the EG Property Podcast, recorded as part our Future of Sheffield event, EG editor Samantha McClary is in discussion with Kellie Hatton from Shoosmiths, Mark Jackson from Scarborough Group, Professor Vanessa Toulmin from the University of Sheffield and Martin McKervey, chair of the Sheffield Property Association. The panel talk a…
 
In this episode of the EG Property Podcast, recorded as part of our Future of Sheffield event, EG editor Samantha McClary is talking with Alexis Krachai, chief executive of the Sheffield Property Association about how the city has coped during the Covid-19 pandemic and what it is doing to make sure it enters 2021 on a strong footing. Thanks to our …
 
In this week’s We’re Still Here podcast from EG, deputy editor Tim Burke and senior reporter Emma Rosser discuss some of the breaking residential deals happening in east London, as well as the repercussions for real estate from this week’s spending review. You’re also invited to put yourself or a colleague forward for this year’s EG Future Leaders …
 
In this episode of the EG Property Podcast EG editor Samantha McClary is talking with industry consultant Jane Hollinshead about talent in a Covid world, about the power of the pivot and about how the industry needs to get better at enabling more movement within the sector instead of out of it. They also talk about how the Covid environment runs th…
 
Debate may rage about what Covid-19 means for the future of the office. And there has been no shortage of discussion on what it means for town centres too. But what about other aspects of real estate? Will there be a great reset for valuations, for landlord-tenant relations and for the government’s attitude to real estate? Won’t these be the areas …
 
In this latest episode of Bricks & Mortar, EG’s professional & legal editor, Sarah Jackman, is joined by Jen Lemen - an RICS APC assessor and co-founder of Property Elite - for a look at RICS ethics and professional standards. The RICS’s current guidance is contained in its Global Professional and Ethical Standards, Rules of Conduct for Members and…
 
In this week’s We’re Still Here podcast, EG editor Samantha McClary is joined by reporter Lucy Alderson to talk about the findings from EG’s latest mental health survey. The industry remains one of most affected by mental health issues with half of respondents saying they had experienced unmanageable stress and/or mental health issues in their curr…
 
Hannah Quarterman, partner and head of planning at Hogan Lovells International, explains the High Court decision in R (Rights: Community: Action) v Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government [2020] EWHC 3073 (Admin); [2020] PLSCS 208 - an eagerly awaited judgment in a judicial review challenge to the government's planning meas…
 
This year has tested the mental health of millions, with Covid forcing the country to lockdown and work from home. Property has been no exception, and EG's 2020 mental health survey has revealed the toll that the pandemic has taken on real estate professionals. With two thirds of workers stating Covid has had a negative impact on their mental healt…
 
In this episode of the EG Property Podcast, EG editor Sam McClary is joined by Andrew Leiper, net zero carbon leader and principle engineer at Max Fordham, Louise Ellison, head of sustainability at Hammerson and chair of the Better Buildings Partnership and Steven Barrett, chief executive of SME developer Wholehomes, to talk about getting to net ze…
 
EG’s We’re Still Here podcast has a new stand-in host in the form of EG editor Samantha McClary, who will be taking over while Emily Wright takes a few months out for a new life adventure. She will be back but in the meantime, to ease the transition, WSH regular EG’s residential and planning expert Emma Rosser joins the episode to unpick why PD app…
 
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