It’s time for the Conservatives to put on their hard hats in the North
Infrastructure investment is the key to unlocking Britain's regions, and driving growth beyond the South East.
Car-free cities can help tackle climate change
It's time the property industry embraced the benefits of car-free cities
The new housing consensus
British politics is perhaps the most divided it has ever been. But housing is one area where a quiet consensus has emerged.
The Big Brexit Distraction
Brexit has been a big distraction that has taken the focus off other pressing domestic issues. What needs to change?
Tackling the Housing Crisis
How do you solve a problem like the UK's housing crisis? Blackstock Consulting sat down with a host of industry experts to discuss exactly that....
Professionalising renting: a source of rare cross party support
Build-to-rent has been one of those rare issues in real estate where there is a cross-party consensus of support. On the one hand BTR it...
Labour Land and Housing paper: For the Many?
Planning juries may be a stupid idea, but updating council tax, resourcing councils better and stabilising land costs are things everyone has been demanding for years.
Berlin housing vote a warning shot to HAs
News that Berliners may vote on effectively renationalising 200,000 rented apartments may have some institutional investors exploring build-to-rent in London looking nervously at the capital. With Labour mayor...
Blackstock’s 18 for ‘18: A review
Last year, the Blackstock team put forward some predictions for how 2018 would play out. Let’s see if we were right:
In the run up to the House of Commons 'Meaningful Vote' on the Prime Minister's negotiated deal with the EU, to be held on 11...
Property podcast: JLL & L&G
The second of our property podcasts, produced to celebrate BPF Futures' first anniversary, sees Blackstock founder Andrew Teacher joined by Legal & General’s head of...