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Plans for new skyscrapers raise questions over the future of the Square Mile — and the need to protect its past
Larry Silverstein, who owned the Twin Towers, has become the unexpected embodiment of a city’s resolve. But can it rebound again?
Workers will return to city ‘if the offer is good enough’ as construction starts on site’s first purpose-built flexible offices
Government needs to pay more attention to land for employment uses as logistics demand hoovers up UK sites
Footfall returns to 50-60% of pre-pandemic levels in capital’s central district
Demand for the best space has held up but much depends on whether people continue to work from home
With the government leaving businesses to create their own arrangements, the stand-off between landlords and tenants has widened
IWG and Derwent London reveal tenants are interested in newer spaces and shorter leases as sector recovers
A tenth of capital’s workspaces fall short of standards due to come into force in 2023, agency warns
Commercial landlords insist employees are heading back even as companies such as Twitter shut their doors
Capco estate in London piazza lost quarter of its value in 2020 and extra 5% in past 6 months
Uncertainty manifests itself in landlord’s steep 25 per cent share price discount to its book value
Property company’s warning comes after UK government extended ban on commercial evictions
Retail space also makes way for warehousing and life science campuses as property investors reposition portfolios
Commercial landlord says more businesses are committing to offices and shops
Low collection rate signals lasting deadlock with tenants over payments
Rise of remote working also threatens to recast employer-employee relationships
Ministers consider how to replace eviction and debt collection ban ending on June 30
Retail rents may still have further to fall, warns one of the UK’s largest landlords
Real estate group optimistic despite £338.5m loss as stores and venues reopen in London’s West End
Premium that already looks skimpy against peers shrinks even further with updated valuations
London developer says legal requirement for sustainable buildings will crimp availability
There needs to be clearer evidence that the company’s bet on retail property has begun to turn its way
Commercial landlord looks for value in battered retail sector as it plots recovery
The market is splitting in two, between modern, flexible spaces and older buildings whose value is likely to decline