Oliver Shah

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Shah on property: Hong Kong’s housing crisis puts London’s in the shade

The city’s property inequality is a salutary warning to politicians in the UK
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Shah on property: a trip to Hong Kong brings home the appeal of safe havens

Rising political risk makes the UK’s evergreen status more attractive
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Shah on property: Why HSBC’s bear call on prime central London housing could be wrong

The capital’s luxury market is driven by equity, not debt – and sterling is making it cheaper
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Shah on property: Great Portland Estates - a company approaching a crossroads

Toby Courtauld’s 20-year tenure raises a succession challenge, and M&A rumours are swirling
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Shah on property: bottling the Soho House effect in bricks and mortar would be lucrative

The private members’ club does surprisingly little to capitalise on the way it transforms areas
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Shah on property: How do you solve a problem like Hammerson?

Dutch pension giant APG is likely to be influential in the shopping centre owner’s future
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Shah on property: A lesson from Tony Pidgley’s legacy for the Tory leadership contenders

Simplifying the planning system would pave the way for more entrepreneurs
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Shah on property: agencies are experiencing a Wile E Coyote moment

They’ve gone over the cliff edge and their legs are pedalling, but will they slash jobs?
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Shah on property: Investors should be choking on their chow mein over Shaftesbury’s merger fees

£70m for banks and brokers on a friendly deal with Capco leaves a sour taste
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