Other Articles 2002


Global warming threat ‘exaggerated’

A controversial scientist who dismisses doom-mongering over global warming has come under fire for using ‘seductive but dangerous’ arguments based on flimsy evidence.

Call for tradeable rights on development

A former planning minister has called for greenfield developers to show they had already built on recycled land before being given permission.

Disaster planning not taken seriously

Landlords and occupiers still don’t realise the impact the World Trade Centre disaster will have on costs and are still not taking disaster planning seriously, according to the UK’s leading risk assessor.

Property lawyers acquire new skills to play global markets

The UK is playing a leading role in cross-border transactions, which reached almost Euro18.5bn last year. Much of this is passing through lawyers who colonised mainland Europe before US giants could get a foot in the door.

Cheaper buildings needed to regenerate cities

Better transport may not boost rents

Fitting out: the hidden costs of moving

Outsourcing giant sets new strategy

Business relocation becomes a way of life

Government real estate outsourcing under fire

Transport revolution could bring balance to London development

London looks east for space to grow

Planning the perfect business relocation

Guide to outsourcing