Michael Palmer TheEword

COMMENT | Thinking digital first

In simpler times, property marketing equated to commissioning a brochure and drafting a press release and that was the job done, writes Michael Palmer of theEword.

Lancashire Update 2018

Lancashire Development Update | Summary, slides + photos

There is an opportunity for huge inward investment in Lancashire but the region needs to come together to sell itself to both public and private backers, said a panel of experts at Place North West’s Lancashire Development Update.

North West PRS Conference 2018

North West PRS Conference | Summary, slides + photos

The region’s private rented residential sector continues to grow but oversupply remains “the elephant in the room”, according to industry experts speaking at Place North West’s North West PRS Conference.

Langton Dock Bootle Credit Chris Allen

COMMENT | Ugly ducklings of property funding

Ducklings don’t get much uglier than a post-war infill warehouse near Bootle docks with all the attributes – or possibly more accurately, lack of them – that it suggests, writes Dougal Paver, strategic marketing advisor to the Chrysalis Fund.

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North West in 2018 series

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Place North West has published a series of articles by guest contributors, exploring a range of issues facing the property industry in the North West in 2018.

 

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GALLERY | Place Christmas Drinks

Around 150 guests joined Place North West, Watch This Space and E3P yesterday for a festive evening at That Space in Manchester.

Housing The Forgotten Majority with Placefirst

Housing the Forgotten Majority, with Placefirst | Summary, slides + photos

If there is any chance of the Government reaching its housing targets, developers and local councils must work together to bring the private rented sector outside of its city centre strongholds, said leading industry figures at Place North West and Placefirst’s Housing the Forgotten Majority conference.

Merseyside Development Update

Merseyside Development Update | Summary, slides and photos

There is a multi-billion-pound development opportunity for Liverpool City Region in the coming years, but the area must do more to prove its ambition to build new homes and infrastructure, said a panel of experts at Place North West’s Merseyside Development Update.

More than 150 people attended the event at the Liverpool Hilton, which was sponsored by DTM Legal, Lovell Partnerships, Morgan Sindall, and Pegasus Group.