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KEYWORD "Regeneration" - 28 RESULTS
Why it’s time to give a spring clean to your business energy bills

Spring – the season of rebirth, revitalisation and regeneration – is now upon us, and it’s a time of the year...

26 April 2018

From: Sponsored Content

What next for property in 2018?

What a year it’s been! Back in 2016 we had Brexit, a new prime minister, Donald Trump’s election, and so when...

30 December 2017

From: Features

Booming independent defies London slump by opening new branch

A London independent says it has doubled its valuations so far this year and is opening a new office, despite the...

17 July 2017

From: Breaking News

He's Hired! - 'Apprentice' estate agent takes developer's marketing job

Jamie Lester, the former Apprentice reality TV star who ran a high-profile estate agency in London until last autumn, has resurfaced...

04 May 2017

From: Breaking News

Property hotspots: Manchester, Liverpool and Preston

The property market in northern England, supported in part by the Northern Powerhouse concept, has attracted a lot of media attention,...

24 March 2017

From: Features

Is building homes in factories the solution to the housing crisis?

The chronic shortage of housing supply in the UK relative to demand has been a national issue for decades. The Government...

11 February 2017

From: Features

How can estate agents secure more new build housing instructions?

Lots of people buy new-build due to the perceived lack of hassle with maintenance, as they are built to the latest...

28 January 2017

From: Features

What homes will we build – where will government policy go next?

Over 168,000 new homes were completed in the year to March 2016, according to data released by the government, over 15,500...

28 January 2017

From: Features

House prices in the East head north on demand from the South

The East of England, which takes in areas from Hertfordshire to Norfolk, has recorded the biggest hike in property prices over...

28 January 2017

From: Features

Three things agents need to consider in 2017

2016 was quite a year – eventful, dramatic, shocking and impossible to predict. In no particular order, we saw Leicester winning...

18 January 2017

From: Sponsored Content

Quote, unquote - What the industry said in 2016

Forecasts are so last year: who anticipated Bowie, Brexit or Balls for example? Quotes, on the other hand, really ARE last year...

17 December 2016

From: Features

Agents Do Charity - and everyone's at it before Christmas...

There’s been a bumper mailbag sent to press@estateagenttoday.co.uk this week to mark what must be the height of the fund-raising season...

09 December 2016

From: Breaking News

Leeds eyes sustainable ripple effect

As many northern cities struggled to recover from the 2008 global financial crisis, the north-south divide returned to plague the British...

28 October 2016

From: Features

More house builders report strong post-referendum market

Countryside Properties and Telford Homes are the latest housebuilders to report good trading conditions following the result of the EU referendum. Countryside,...

14 October 2016

From: Breaking News

Will Apple save London's landmark new housing developments?

Some of London’s ailing new homes schemes may have been thrown a lifeline by the decision of technology giant Apple to occupy...

29 September 2016

From: Breaking News

The city that never sleeps – London welcomes the Night Tube

In the capital, people will pay a premium to live near great transport links, and as we’ve seen from Crossrail and...

02 September 2016

From: Features

Sheffield is primed for growth: explains why Chinese will invest £1bn

Sheffield in South Yorkshire, which was once one of the leading industrial cities in Britain and is still recognised for its...

22 July 2016

From: Features

More trouble for landmark housing scheme as another fund halts

Housebuilder St Modwen has been forced to write down the value of the landmark Nine Elms regeneration scheme because “recent transactional...

06 July 2016

From: Breaking News

Portal juggling: analyst claims possible inflated prices and 'false impressions'

Research by data company Propcision claims that portal juggling - the listing and re-listing of the same properties - risks inflating...

25 April 2016

From: Breaking News

New London office opens to coincide with agency's TV ad campaign

Fine & Country this week opens a new London office in Bow, coinciding with the imminent start of its TV advertising...

29 February 2016

From: Breaking News

New-builds edging up as a proportion of overall sales market

A detailed analysis by Hometrack reveals that new-build transactions - running at roughly 10 per cent of all house sales for...

24 February 2016

From: Breaking News

Stamp duty and buy to let tax changes: Readers' views put to David Cameron

In January readers of Estate Agent Today and Letting Agent Today were given the opportunity to give their views on proposed...

25 January 2016

From: Features

2016 will need some thought

In many respects 2015 has been a good year. Despite global challenges, we have seen a marked improvement in the UK...

11 December 2015

From: Features

Agency opens new branch at controversial London location

JLL today opens its eighth residential office in London, this one at at the Riverlight development in Nine Elms.  The office, which...

17 August 2015

From: Breaking News

easyProperty and Spurs still talking on sponsorship

With just a few days to go before the formal start of the new football season, the much-publicisied possible easyProperty sponsorship...

05 August 2015

From: Breaking News

Right to Buy extension confirmed in Queen’s Speech

The Conservative Party’s manifesto pledge to extend the Right to Buy scheme was confirmed in yesterday’s Housing Bill.  The Bill was part...

28 May 2015

From: Breaking News

Letter from the Publisher: Are brownfield sites the solution to the UK’s housing shortage?

There has been much debate in recent years about Britain’s desperate need for more housing stock. Demand has been outstripping supply...

15 May 2015

From: Features

Letter from the Publisher: Why it’s harsh to blame gentrification on Foxtons

Gentrification is a divisive, provocative issue, but why are estate agents (especially Foxtons) appearing to bear the brunt of the public’s...

06 May 2015

From: Features

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