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February 2015

New offices for VGV

VGV is really getting its teeth stuck into the UK having purchased three offices in Birmingham and one in London Victoria already this year. Verwaltungsgesellschaft für Versorgungswerke (VGV) is a pension fund for doctors and dentists in Berlin who are trying to diversify their portfolio to reduce risk.
11th February 2015

When does a business come of age?

For many business owners, they would say when they move into their first office, or take a step into an exciting new space that will see the business through the next few years. 
5th February 2015

The 6 signs that you’ve outgrown your home office

There’s no place like home. Especially if you’re a small business. This is how a vast number of start-ups begin, with one of the most famous being, of course, Apple. The garage initially used by Steve Jobs at his family’s modest ranch-style home in Los Altos, California, was even granted...
4th February 2015

Sleeping on the Tube? (And shopping, working….)

It would appear that Transport for London’s latest property plan will amount to more than just shelter for trainspotters. On the contrary, the £1.1 billion project plans to convert some of the capital’s Tube and bus stations into luxury apartments – and many other uses. 
4th February 2015

English Heritage preserves last century’s office buildings

Fourteen post-war office buildings have acquired Grade II-listed building status, as announced by English Heritage. A building can only attract the listed status after it has reached 30 years since construction. Hence English Heritage has been taking into consideration buildings dating from between 1964 and 1984. 
3rd February 2015
Technology inseparable from property market in years to come

Technology inseparable from property market in years to come

Strutt and Parker has released results of research it has carried out into likely influences on the UK property market over the coming years.  The agency looked into potential trends in terms of use, lease models, and location, amongst others, garnering data from interviews, an online survey and research. 
2nd February 2015

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