By Alex Brunner, COO, Clockwise – Over the last year there has been no shortage of predictions about the post-pandemic future of work filling airwaves and thought pieces in the UK. The office was proclaimed dead: our work-from-home reality would become a permanent party of sourdough, home-schooling, and a work-life balance tipped firmly towards the latter. A winter locked inside soon changed the forecast.
By A Paris — From the appeal of no income tax, to the supportive business community and the weather and lifestyle it offers, Florida has continued on its upward trajectory as an attractive location for financial and technology firms.
While California continues to ease restrictions and life gets back to normal, the past year has changed the way real estate transactions will move forward. As a result of lessons learned from the pandemic, leases and purchase and sale contracts include new provisions that are not likely to go away, according to Los Angeles-based law firm Greenberg Glusker.
Ryan Hughes, head of active portfolios at AJ Bell, comments on the delay to the outcome of the FCA consultation on open-ended property funds.
The Dutch warehousing and logistics market is undergoing one of its busiest ever periods, as the Netherlands cements its position as Europe's leading warehousing and logistics hub.
By Ritchie Clapson CEng MIStructE, co-founder of propertyCEO – How can we reverse the decline of our high streets and make them vibrant places that people actually want to visit?
Real estate investment firm London Central Portfolio warns that a mooted rise in CGT could result in a negative trickle-down effect on the wider economy.
Boris Johnson’s government has a huge opportunity to reset the housing debate - and keep its promise to both ‘build back better’ and plan for them more quickly - by delivering the changes needed to support the construction of more than 300,000 new homes each year.
London Central Portfolio (LCP) is experiencing an influx of international buyers, willing to blind purchase properties in prime London to acquire at the bottom of market pricing.
TISA responds to the CP20/15 consultation on ‘liquidity mismatch in authorised open-ended property funds’
Renny Biggins, Head of Retirement at TISA, says: “We do not believe the proposals outlined in this paper are proportionate and are likely to cause more consumer and industry detriment than they seek to remove.