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May 2013Petrol stations - the overlooked underdog of property development

Redundant petrol stations offer much potential for commercial development and are crying out to be made use of

May 2013Information...We want information

Managing information across a large development is a tough job, involving the co-operation of multiple teams

May 2013No light at the end of the tunnel

Does the "Right to Light" consultation strike a fair balance between developers and home owners?

May 2013Why car parks are just the ticket

Car parks don't deserve to be relegated to the third division. They're a reliable investment engine that is getting rarer

May 2013Striking the right balance - Permitted Development

How will the new Permitted Development rights affect the current rush to turn offices into residential homes

May 2013Man in Property Interview - Paul Clarke

Having worked in both the public and private sectors, Paul Clarke from Bidwells planning team, brings a balanced viewpoint to the emotive world of planning

April 2013Just how important is a BREEAM rating?

It falls to developers to meet the right BREEAM criteria. But achieving high sustainable ratings for property is not as straightforward as it would seem

April 2013Could councils do more to save town centres?

Development Plan policies can make or break town centre redevelopment. But will councils have the courage and vision to allow more flexibility?

April 2013Survival of the fittest - the importance of adapting to a changing market

Property firms need to adapt in order to survive as the UK property market continues to evolve as it responds to new legislation and a fluctuating economy

April 2013Quick fix or real solution? The 2013 Budget

The Chancellor's 2013 budget policies affecting property received mixed reviews - some welcomed the new initiatives, while others were sceptical, saying that it would push prices up and have little impact on demand

April 2013Are tertiary investments recession beaters?

The high returns possible from tertiary property can seem very attractive to investors, but what are the pros and cons of these potential recession beaters?

Features October 2015

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