Kampus Shoes

THING OF THE WEEK

It's been a busy week: bespoke-branded shoes, a ministerial merry-go-round, public consultations, ghostly gardens, and, last but not least, Gareth Southgate.

YPG Fabric District

THING OF THE WEEK

Lawyers with ridiculous acronyms, tram-based idiocy, Pankhurst paintings, and airport drop-off charges bringing the rage: it's Thing of the Week.

Alan Burke

PROPERTY MINDS MATTER | Summer days, good for our health?

Summer is most definitely with us and the summer months are generally thought to be good for our mental health, writes Alan Burke. This is a time when we are at our most active and having lots of fun, or so the theory goes. But are the long days and short nights all good news?

Parklet

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Green spaces take over loading bays, the Finnish get it right when it comes to rideshares, and budding property tycoons get a chance to invest from the comfort of their own phones.

Neo Roof Terrace

Month in property | June 2018

Neil Tague

Bruntwood pulled off a nice coup, securing Jaguar Land Rover for the last two floors of Neo, meaning the redevelopment of Bank House can be called an unqualified success. Some have wondered, with JLR being a big Merseyside employer, why not Liverpool?

Craig Barker Renaker Owen Street

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3D tours of Frank Lloyd Wright's winter studio, Manchester's new tallest building, and shoes that'll last you for 38 marathons all stood out this week.

Tatton Medieval Fayre THING

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Ridiculous topping-out pictures, medieval fayres, pop-up World Cup bars and rage against London luvvies all caught the eye this week.

Boat Home

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The North West isn’t short of funky developers who fancy themselves as leading-edge, but we can all learn something from Swedish developer AquaVilla, who has this week announced its largest floating home.

Uber Giving

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Of the many things it's difficult to fit in around a hectic schedule, bagging and hauling unwanted items to a charity shop is definitely on the list. However tomorrow, for one day only, Uber will be meeting not just your taxi and food delivery needs, but will also provide a free service to take your donations to the nearest Cancer Research shop.