The past 50 years have seen patterns of development that lock us into unsustainable levels of carbon emissions, write Nick James and Pete Baker of LUC.
Stockport’s Mayoral Development Corporation is picking up speed, but can it maintain such momentum? Meanwhile, there’s potential good news for Intu creditors on the horizon.
The successful industrial and logistics sector was the focus of Place North West’s latest conference in Manchester, which saw industry experts come together to weigh in on the future of the market.
What can Manchester learn from stuffy Leeds’ office market? Plus, why Mileway (and logistics) are on the rise.
The conference examined the rise of the build-to-rent industry in Manchester and its growing presence throughout the region – especially in Liverpool.
What can Manchester learn from Bristol? We dive into what the South West city can teach the Capital of the North. Plus: a look at some interesting Liverpool planning decisions.
Pen and Pencil in Manchester was filled with the next generation of property professionals on 28 April.
How a Liverpool deal shows competitive socialising is going to change town centre property. Plus: American money is heading to the North West.
The number of pubs in the UK has decreased by more than 25% in the last two decades, presenting opportunities for developers to step in and provide much-needed homes on vacant sites, according to Alderley Group.
Reluctance to return to full-time office work poses a 1m sq ft problem for the market. Plus: why the Manchester burbs are the new place to be.
Oldham is proving that large-scale regeneration is not just for cities. Meanwhile a high-profile rejection in Wigan shows a failure in the planning system.
Why residential tower developers need to beware of rising interest rates. Plus: the latest on Liverpool’s freeport.
Net zero deadlines, and whether they will be met, along with sustainability by design and in practice were all topics under discussion by almost 250 people who attended the Net Zero conference in Manchester.
Bold’s Manchester flex office space is dedicated to empowering entrepreneurs and SMEs.
Do occupiers really want to pay for top-specification refurbishments? Yes and no. Also: the future may not be so bright for Trafford Centre.
How we interact with our urban spaces has changed as people have shifted their attitudes to work, home and socialising in response to the challenges of the past two years, writes Phil Moran of TLT.
Will the Chancellor’s spring statement grab the big chance to boost regional investment? Also discussed: Peel’s takeback of Patagonia Place and haunted offices.
As a busy MIPIM week drew to a close, 250 guests gathered for the PlaceTech and Place North West Closing Drinks at Mademoiselle Gray Plage Barrière in Cannes.
Civic Engineers’ Stephen O’Malley weighs in on the changing role of engineers and how the profession can help projects meet net zero ambitions.
JMW Solicitors’ Thomas Pearson discusses the state of the country’s residential sector and how best to address supply issues.
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