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Can Adam Neumann save WeWork?

Surely it's better to be a small, profitable company than a large, money-losing one?

Oliver Shah

Shah on property: five things we’ve learned about Mike Ashley from his court clash with Morgan Stanley

The Frasers tycoon’s case over a $1bn margin call has revealed his "different" wiring – and his reliance on a "very old" Nokia phone

Why council-owned shopping centres could be a herd of cash cows

Acquisitions can provide ways for local authorities to more effectively halt decline

Latest Articles

Rise of alternative uses is breathing life into London's redundant assets

There is now a sense of flexibility around the use of real estate

Construction houses

Why rising planning fees will hit SME developers hardest

Nobody sheds a tear for developers, but new planning fees will likely see housebuilding slow further and impact economic prospects

Architecture, Building, Outdoors

Word on the Street: data centre returns will rival the run seen in logistics

Taking the pulse of owners and investors in the sector reveals that optimism levels have never been higher

The permitted development window has been flung open, but for how long?

Developers and investors should act now to take advantage of a streamlined planning route

Oliver Shah

Shah on property: UKCM’s rebel chairman may be trying to flush out a rival bid

Peter Pereira Gray’s opposition to £924m takeover by Big Box represents a loud bark