Supermarkets will be the deal of the day for investors in 2023

As the big four becomes the famous five, the sector is entering what could prove to be a watershed year

Debt markets have eased but lenders can afford to be picky

Higher rates mean lenders do not need to chase returns

Q+A: Prologis’ UK head - “Being the biggest doesn't necessarily make you the best”

Paul Weston, who leads the logistics titan's UK business, talks through his views on current market conditions

Landmark ruling offers certainty to hotels housing asylum seekers

The planning regime should not be a forum for political battles between central and local government

We're in the midst of the Great Global Workplace Experiment – these are the findings so far

New sentiment survey suggests occupiers are facing some difficult decisions

Debt funds in Europe: an opportunity to step up

The strength of the non-listed real estate debt market will not be short-lived
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Croydon is far from "toxic" – it is experiencing unprecedented regeneration

The borough has had its setbacks but it has connectivity and affordability on its side
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Private sector must take notice of government's new property strategy

Public sector estate wants to be "smaller, better and greener" by 2030 - it will need our help

Energy crisis prompts landlords to rethink vacant space

It is time for investors to scrutinise how they are positioning their commercial space