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Fill the information vacuum or face the music: how to do crisis comms

Having worked in the media for 15 years – 10 as a journalist and five in Public Relations – I am still staggered at how...

Low Street: Alarms but no surprises in retail report

The only things more frequent than retail insolvencies are reports on what needs to be done to fix the sector. And it’s notable that former...

What Heathrow Has To Do With Energy, Railways & Housing Policy

Brits love to sneer bitterly at China. Yet the unlikely bastion of global capitalism they have become in the era of Donald Trump certainly knows...

Trends and Predictions for the Real Estate Industry

March is a great time to look forward and a little bit back, setting out some predictions for what housing, commercial property and the built...

Retail administrations: Landlords throw Toys out of pram

Storm Emma has brought predictable chaos to our crumbling infrastructure this week. But it’s retail that continues to take a proper beasting from all the...

5 Housing Things Hammond Won't Say

We’ve been here a few times before: a chancellor with his face pinned against the wall pushing back with a slurry of promises on housing....

What we can learn from Uber

In recent months, Uber has become a poster child – some would say scapegoat – for many things: zero hours contracts, below minimum wage pay,...

Metropolis purchase of trade mags good news

The £23.5 acquisition by Metropolis of the heritage Emap business magazines from Ascential, the FTSE-250 media company, has taken a while to filter through the...

We need a public enquiry on Grenfell

At the corner of Lancaster Road and St Marks Road on Thurday, a day after the fire, a bevvy of shuffling journalists and beefy roadies...