2023-08-23T08:08:00+01:00By David Parsley
Hotels in the UK are experiencing a post-Covid rebound, according to new research from Knight Frank.
2023-05-25T09:03:00+01:00By David Parsley
Shopping centre group Capital & Regional saw footfall during the four months to the end of April rise 4.8% compared to 2022, but it remains below pre-pandemic levels.
2023-05-25T00:00:00+01:00By Madeleine Knight
While the wider market outlook is uncertain, overseas buyers are driving a boom in high-end London housing.
2023-01-24T14:46:00+00:00By Lawrie Holmes
A combination of energy and cost crises have driven the number of closures of licensed premises in the fourth quarter of 2022 above the Covid-hit period in the previous year.
2022-12-14T14:18:00+00:00By Madeleine Knight
New construction output will not reach pre-pandemic levels until 2027, according to analysis from the Building Cost Information Service (BCIS).
Global banking giant HSBC will close 114 of its UK branches next year as the number of customers using them has fallen following the Covid-19 pandemic.
2022-10-21T16:30:00+01:00By Jamie Bennett-Ness
The director of three Scottish property management companies has been disqualified for 12 years after he “abused” the Covid-19 Bounce Back Loan (BBL) scheme for personal gain, the Insolvency Service has said.
2022-10-21T13:40:00+01:00By Lawrie Holmes
The speed of closures of hospitality sector premises – pubs, bars, restaurants, cafés and hotels – reached one every hour in the third quarter of the year, according to a report published this week.
2022-10-06T10:24:00+01:00By Mel Flaherty
A news kiosk operator at Westfield Stratford City has been given nine months to pay £55,000 of rent arrears, following the ruling of an independent arbitration panel tasked with reducing or upholding Covid-19-related commercial rent arrears claims.
2022-09-08T00:00:00+01:00By Jamie Bennett-Ness
Howard de Walden Estates has returned to a pre-tax profit as a result of a strong post-pandemic recovery, but the difficult national economic outlook has dampened its ambitions for the year ahead.
2022-09-01T00:00:00+01:00By Jamie Bennett-Ness
The government’s handling of its £1.5bn Covid Relief Fund has been labelled a “disgrace” after figures revealed that less than a third of the business rates relief fund has been allocated as a September deadline looms.
The owners of Aberdeen’s Bon Accord Shopping Centre have entered administration following unsustainable cashflow problems.
Editor: Remit Consulting’s Return Report points to a positive trend of workers returning to the office; and since it was released, the hybrid forms of work it identifies have accelerated, with the level of employees working exclusively from home falling in the last two months from 22% to 14%.