Industry News  |  May 2008

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Offices are being encouraged to save money and the planet by being more energy efficient.Environmentally sound office practices have become an increasingly important issue for companies, with many see ...
Offices urged to go green
Offices are being encouraged to save money and the planet by being more energy efficient.Environmentally sound office practices have become an increasingly important issue for companies, with many see ...
Offices urged to go green
Government departments are wasting hundreds of millions of pounds through inefficient use of office space, MPs have heard.Details of the wastage were revealed during a commons public accounts committe ...
Govt wasting £326m on misused office space
Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, has said he is looking to make savings from the cost of developments geared towards the 2012 Olympics.He cited reports in the Guardian, which claimed the budget for the ...
New Mayor wants Olympic construction savings
The London office market remains robust despite a wider downturn in the property market and concerns over demands in the sector more generally.That is the message from real estate investment trust, De ...
London office market 'remains robust'
The monetary policy committee (MPC) voted eight to one to keep the base rate on hold, according to the minutes from the latest meeting.Only one member, David Blanchflower, voted for a cut, with the ma ...
MPC voted 8-1 for rate freeze
BL: The worst is over | 20 May 2008
British Land has reported strong results and claimed the worst drop in property values has passed.The company returned annual results in line with analysts' predictions and said in the first three mon ...
BL: The worst is over
The British Property Federation (BPF) has asked councils to act now and create a corporate rented sector, Property Week has reported.It welcomed the government's review into the market and proposal fo ...
BPF: Councils must create a corporate rental sector
Commercial property firm, Segro, is looking to UK and Europe for its next investments.The company's chief executive officer, Ian Coull, said occupier demand has continued in all the firm's markets des ...
Investor looks to UK commercial property
The City of London has been worst hit by the effects of a weakening commercial property market, a new survey has revealed.The Drivers Jonas Crane Survey showed demand weakened across Central London de ...
City of London worst hit by crunch
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