Heritage in the development sphere

Caroline Marston, managing director of Marston Properties and Dean Clifford, co-founder of Great Marlborough Estates discuss the importance of heritage in the development sphere and...

Urban Land Institute UK announces new Young Leader Group Chairs

The Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) UK Young Leaders announces the appointment of new chairmen Alex Jezeph, associate director of JLL, and Chris Roche, development manager...

How digitisation, AR, BIM and modular will revolutionise property

Cast’s Mark Farmer, author of the Farmer Review and Assael Architecture co-founder Russell Pedley debate how digitisation, offsite construction and augmented reality are shaking up...

Beyond buildings: wellbeing and landscape architecture

Félicie Krikler, director of Assael Architecture and Donald Roberts, head of Assael's new exteriors division discuss wellbeing and how exteriors can transform buildings and communities....

Urban Land Institute UK announces new Tech Forum Chairs

The Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) UK Tech forum announces the appointment of new chairmen Adam Burstow, group digital and IT director of Grosvenor and Ed...

The NPPF: how will the property sector react?

Following the publication of the Draft revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), Andrew Teacher sits down with Mark Farmer, founder and CEO of Cast, and...

Daniel Watney report: councils own 40% of London's brownfield land

A new report published by Daniel Watney (download here) shows that more than 40% of brownfield land - dormant sites previously built on - is...

Super-massive violin appears in sky over Candy’s scrape with City planners

The skies of London were disrupted earlier today by the clouds parting to reveal a super-massive violin appearing over St Paul’s Cathedral. The reason for...