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Sunak's business rates reform: radical overhaul or missed opportunity?

The chancellor is in a balancing act, retaining the system while recognising the need for reform
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Don't rebuild, retrofit: Why the case for renovating offices is stronger than ever

It's never been greener or more commercially viable to consider a retrofit approach
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Shah on property: Tips from American pioneers who put the life into sciences

US visionaries have led the way in making money from biotech and pharma
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Ambitious, social and flexible: the regional office is no longer London's poor sibling

A "flight to quality" is boosting the market in the UK's regional hotspots to record levels
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Evergrande: the canary in the coal mine

The Chinese property sector’s refinancing wall is the clock its government must race to beat – but it will not be the country's Lehman Brothers' moment
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Without help from the Budget, business rates could be inaccurate as well as a burden

The 2023 rating list could be the most difficult one to compile yet
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We must empower smaller developers to tackle the shortage of rental homes

If we truly want to boost rental supply, we need to widen access to finance options
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Adventures of a leasing clerk in proptech (part three)

Tech has torn into the homes of commercial real estate people over the last 18 months. But what is it really like to set up shop in the crowded proptech space?
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Four simple ways student accommodation can make room for mental health

Students' wellbeing can be dramatically improved without spending vast sums of money
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