Politics

Workers asked to return to office after government lifts Omicron restrictions

Bankers and accountants are among those urged by their employers to work in the office
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Gove tells execs to pay for cladding removal or lose right to build

Developers have until March to come up with a voluntary solution or face legislative action
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Trump inflated value of property empire, investigators claim

Among the assets mentioned are a golf course in Scotland and a Wall Street building
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The moment the fate of London's tall buildings hung in the balance

The city was recently on the cusp of a dangerous planning precedent that could have restricted all future tall building proposals
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Boris Johnson expected to ease Omicron rules

Covid restrictions were imposed in early December due to the rising number of cases caused by the Omicron variant
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Norges Bank urged to pull billions in funds from companies failing to fix fire safety issues

Norges's fund is invested in several high-profile housebuilders
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The Reaction: key takeaways from valuation reforms

RICS-commissioned review has far-reaching implications for valuers and landlords
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RICS accepts recommendations for stricter rules governing valuation profession

Recommendations of major review include mandatory rotation of valuers and creation of a regulatory quality assurance panel
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Ministers call for end to home working to boost the economy

Current restrictions expire on January 26 and will be reviewed in a fortnight by ministers
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