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July 2013Feng Shui for Commercial Property

The Chinese regard Feng Shui as an essential part of a property transaction. With an increasing number of Chinese businesses choosing to invest in the UK, commercial agents shouldn't be surprised if they are asked to add Feng Shui to their services

July 2013What is the future for retail in Wales?

Shops in Wales are an endangered species with almost a third under threat of closure due to the increase in online shopping

July 2013Will the built environment ever be truly sustainable?

Sustainable development principles urgently need to be adopted by the UK's construction industry, but commercial property's professionals, from builders to architects have a lot to learn still says environmental consultant Carl Dodd

July 2013The greener new world of dilapidations

The prevailing trend for shorter commercial leases has affected the way dilapidations claims are dealt with. A strategic, less adversarial approach is now required with landlords and tenants cooperating to reduce waste and improve buildings

July 2013The modern challenges of the industrial property market

A lack of Grade A floor space is causing growth problems for the industrial property market, leaving occupiers little choice when it comes to upgrading and expansion.

July 2013Man in Property Interview - Jason Mills

Jason Mills is the Managing Director of Somerset based Sequoia Land & Property, which he founded in 2009 just as the UK was entering a recession. Originally, Jason qualified as a town...

June 2013Art for businesses' sake

Art in the workplace is more relevant now than ever before, with research proving that it has a positive influence on both clients and employees. Anna Hunter of the Belgravia Gallery offers some tips on where to start

June 2013Why public houses make popular commercial investments

Disused public houses can yield impressive commercial returns, so it's not surprising that savvy commercial property investors are snapping them up at auction and giving them a new lease of life.

June 2013The banks are looking lend...maybe

According to lending figures released by The Bank of England and De Montfort University, UK banks are showing an increased willingness to fund commercial property, including even regional property.

June 2013Flat conversion allowances should be maximised before it is too late

Commercial property owners have only two years in which to claim the flat conversion allowance before it disappears

June 2013Winds of change for heritage legislation

One hundred years after the Ancient Monuments Amendment and Consolidation Act came into force, new changes have been brought in that should make listings details clearer and more controllable.

June 2013Man in Property Interview - Nathan Cornish

Bungalow loving Nathan Cornish is a director with Urban Splash and was responsible for the development of such iconic buildings as The Rotunda and Fort Dunlop. He enjoys tackling tricky projects and having the freedom to just get on and do things.

Features October 2015

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