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,...

Putting Crossrail 2 on the map

While there are some downsides to living within walking distance of Arsenal, the flipside is being able to walk into work on a nice day...

Shedding Industrial's Old Image

Last week, I helped chair Property Week’s SHEDS conference in Birmingham. Like the reunion of an old rock band, the revitalised event was played out...

Heathrow: time to shut up and build the runway

Major changes have been made to the planning system by successive governments. Yet whether we’re discussing nuclear energy, fracking, airports or indeed, housing, planning reforms...

Take vested interests out of infrastructure debate

In one of the first broadcast hits I did during my time at BAA on the ever-popular passenger travel data, I pressed the apparently dull...

Heathrow & housing: UK’s planning disease of faux-democracy holding back progress

Brits love to snarl bitterly at China on account of pollution, human rights and the ease with which you can buy knock-off goods or rip-off...

Boeing’s wings being clipped by short-sighted financial regualtors

Only plane geeks or seasoned business travellers savvy about how much legroom they are about to endure really care what type of plane they are...

Why Tube saga could be the death rattle for unions as driverless vehicles emerge

This summer London was plagued by strikes on its transport network. These could potentially carry on into the winter as union staff continue to bang...