Latest offices contracts and news
British Land has written down the value of its retail assets by £14.5m due to a challenging market as it posted a half-year loss.
Office construction drops 13% in central LondonSubscription
Developers are opting to build out smaller schemes as the volume of offices under construction in central London fell 13 per cent despite a rise in new starts, the latest Deloitte crane survey has revealed.
The City of London has taken a stake in Lendlease’s £300m Mitsubishi Tower to resolve right-to-light issues.
Three in race for Carrington Gateway phase oneSubscription
The contractor shortlist for phase one of a 725-home development near Manchester has been announced.
City of London to 'encourage' new skyscrapersSubscription
The City of London Corporation has opened the door to a new wave of towers and an overhaul of one of its main routes as part of draft new local and transport plans.
Features and analysis
The contractor is dodging Crossrail tunnels and preserving remarkable history on a major redevelopment described as a 21st century Piccadilly Circus.
During times of crisis or upheaval, many of us will have heard or uttered something along these lines in an attempt to offer reassurance: ‘Change isn’t always a bad thing.’
In the prestigious west London neighbourhood Cadogan Estates is turning a 1930s icon of the famous King’s Road into a cutting-edge development.
ISG subsidiary Agility is barely two years old and turning over £80m a year. So why are smaller fit-out firms having success and who’s competing in this space? Binyamin Ali investigates
Manchester is providing a wealth of work for contractors to target – but who is already working on the city’s biggest schemes and which jobs should companies keep an eye on?
The contractor has navigated Roman ruins and shifted its approach to cope with soaring temperatures as it overhauls a long-neglected part of the city.
There are more than 500 tall buildings currently in London’s construction pipeline. But against the backdrop of widespread skills shortages and the complications of Brexit, building them is presenting fresh challenges for the industry.
U+I is overseeing £300m of development in Brighton – yet the big tier ones are not its main targets. Delivery director Mark Richardson reveals why the client is trying a different model.
Curves, uninterrupted floorplans and a Thunderbirds-style roof are helping TH Real Estate’s 70 St Mary Axe stand out in the battle of the skyscrapers.
With average commercial rent 70 per cent cheaper than in the capital, Manchester is still one of the most popular office locations for businesses outside of London.
In the boardrooms of British businesses there is growing talk of the war for talent – how to recruit the best and brightest from around the world, particularly post-Brexit.
The offices market can be viewed with a degree of cautious optimism for 2018.
Nuclear power, proton beams and even Chinese modular hotels have featured in the biggest site reports this year.
Our 10 most-read news stories of the year included contract wins, corruption scandals, administrations and one sad, untimely death.
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Leicester City's £100m training ground approvedSubscription
Bloomberg HQ scoops Stirling PrizeSubscription
Project starts rise 10% in latest quarterSubscription
ITV scraps South Bank redevelopment plansSubscription
Carey’s margin nears 4% as turnover dropsSubscription