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The Property Week Podcast
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News and views from Property’s number one website presented by TV and Radio broadcaster James Max and including news, features and comment from special guests
 
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Interviews with experts in every area of UK property investing
 
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Property Week Podcast presenter James Max was this month joined by Abstract Securities founder Mark Glatman and Steve Norris, former transport minister and Soho Estates chairman. Glatman gave away some of the secrets of his success at office development and investment, as well as revealing the science behind collecting abstract art for his art ...…
 
Why does the property industry have such a problem with diversity, or is it all a fuss over nothing? James Max explored the issue as part of Property Week’s Open Plan campaign, with Thames Valley Housing CEO Geeta Nanda and Michelle van Vuuren, UK sales & marketing director for Dalian Wanda. According to Geeta Nanda, the housing association wor ...…
 
The monthly PropertyWeek podcast is hosted by broadcaster James Max. The full half hour program is available to download from iTunes but here's the lighter ten minute chat at the end where we discuss pigs, the market, the media and why so many property folk seem unable to be objective about what is really going on in the housing market.Copyrigh ...…
 
Mount Anvil chief executive Killian Hurley has warned that there is “volatility” and “uncertainty” in the London residential market, where house price increases are unsustainable. Speaking to Property Week podcast presenter James Max, the central London-focused residential developer talked in depth about the “cyclical business” of developing ho ...…
 
“Timing is everything” in London investment. Those are the wise words of Quintain’s head of fund management Nigel Kempner, who welcomed Property Week podcast presenter James Max into his offices on Grosvenor Street this month. In a wide ranging interview with the BBC London broadcaster, Kempner explained in depth how Quintain came together in i ...…
 
Property development grandee Sir Stuart Lipton has given his first broadcast interview since setting up Lipton Rogers, a development company he has co-founded with Peter Rogers and ex-Hermes chief Rupert Clarke. The developer behind such landmark projects as Broadgate and Chiswick Park joined BBC broadcaster James Max at the Lipton Rogers headq ...…
 
The founder of currency exchange giant Travelex and the people in charge of running Development Securities joined James Max this month for the Property Week Podcast. Travelex owner Lloyd Dorfman, who also owns serviced office company The Office Group, spoke to BBC presenter James Max about the recession, running a billion pound business, and hi ...…
 
Residential developer to the world’s rich and famous Nick Candy has declared London the greatest city on the planet in a wide-ranging conversation for the Property Week International podcast, covering everything from his favourite global hotels to his relationship with Holly Valance. BBC broadcaster and BNP Paribas Real Estate consultant James ...…
 
Boris Johnson’s right hand man on property, Sir Edward Lister, has said 2014 will be a year of cranes rising across London, as the mayor’s office says: “above all, we want more units of housing”. In a comprehensive interview with Property Week presenter and BBC London broadcaster James Max, the chief of staff and deputy mayor for planning and p ...…
 
Get Living London’s chief executive was interviewed in depth by Property Week Podcast presenter James Max last week, revealing many of the intricacies of running East Village in Stratford, the UK’s biggest new private rented residential scheme. Property Week’s monthly podcast went inside Nero House, a block that was occupied by Team GB during t ...…
 
Green REIT is to focus on Dublin’s improving tech-focused office market, according to its co-founder Pat Gunne, who spoke on Property Week’s monthly podcast after closing €178m of deals in the past fortnight as Green “kicked off the new market”. Gunne told presenter James Max that he thought Green RETI would have first-mover advantage in pickin ...…
 
Jones Lang LaSalle UK chief executive Guy Grainger and former Grosvenor chief Stephen Musgrave joined presente James Max in this month’s Property Week podcast. Grainger spoke about the challenges of running the UK’s second biggest property agency and trying to freshen up JLL’s image, as well as shedding light on some aspects of his family life. ...…
 
“The art of good banking isn’t lending money. It’s making sure it gets repaid.” Those are the words of former Credit Suisse head of investment banking Ian Marcus, who spoke in a wide-ranging interview on the Property Week Podcast to mark the five-year anniversary of Lehman Brothers’ collapse. Marcus, who was chair of the Bank of England’s Comme ...…
 
Brockton Capital co-founder David Marks has spoken of the day he turned down a 99% loan-to-value deal before the market crashed, and the “heroin-like” debt that was fuelling the investment world during the 2006-07 boom. In a 25-minute conversation at Brockton’s offices (listen below), the second in a series of Property Week Recovery Special pod ...…
 
Former chancellor of the exchequer Alistair Darling talked to Property Week about the 2007-08 banking crisis, his conversations with US treasury secretary Hank Paulson, and what it was like to be woken up with an “unbelievable” call about the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers. In a 25-minute audio interview at Portcullis House (listen below), marki ...…
 
In this month’s podcast, James Max interviews managing director of Urbanest, Johnny Mann, and Ken Shuttleworth, founder of Make Architects Johnny Mann discusses the benefits and challenges of the student accommodation sector, explaining the specific accommodation requirements of students and the importance of social media for meeting them. Ken ...…
 
Richard Crook, UK head of business development at Savills and Marty McCarthy, chief executive of Valad Europe, joined LBC’s James Max at Savills’s new headquarters following the Property Week “Property Ashes”, which took place on Tuesday. he spicy pitch at Dulwich Cricket Club made it hard going for the batsman and bowlers dominated the Twenty2 ...…
 
Stanhope chief executive David Camp has spoken to PropertyWeek.com about the company’s huge development pipeline. Camp joined LBC’s James Max to be interviewed for the monthly podcast, which comes out every first Friday of the month. Camp explained how his company got involved in becoming development partner for a 3.2m sq ft business park in ea ...…
 
Clive Dutton OBE joined James Max in Property Week’s podcast to discuss his part in regenerating East London and Birmingham, while the man who led the sale of Battersea Power Station stopped by for a chat about the 2013 Resi Awards. Clive Dutton OBE was instrumental in projects including the creation of a ‘city within a capital city’ in Stratfo ...…
 
Planning. It has dominated the news agenda since the Coalition took over in 2010, thanks to a seemingly endless array of new policies and shelved recommendations. Yet if you’re still having trouble telling your NPPF from your localism act, or your community infrastructure levy from your section 106 agreement, PropertyWeek.com is here to assist. ...…
 
Derwent London leasing chief Celine Thompson and Hatton Real Estate partner Michael Raibin this week joined LBC Radio’s James Max at Property Week studios for a “TMT” special podcast. The pair discussed in detail how best to understand and attract technology, media, and telecommunications occupiers to office schemes. Thompson said that the grow ...…
 
Speaking to LBC Radio’s James Max ahead of his departure, Barrie opened up about his favourite industry characters, his best stories, and his lowest moments, as part of a wide-ranging interview about his decade in the job. Incoming acting editor Phillips shares his views on what the future holds for PropertyWeek, in print, online, and on tablet ...…
 
Healthy-eating fast-food chain Leon is aiming to open more than three new outlets next year, its co-founder Henry Dimbleby tells Property Week’s Christmas podcast. Dimbleby, who is a government adviser on school dinners, as well as being an entrepreneur, already operates out of 13 stores, mainly in London. He told Property Week podcast presente ...…
 
Ben Page, chief executive of leading global market research company Ipsos Mori, discusses the economy, the main concerns of Brits, and future growth in the UK. During the wide-ranging interview with podcast presenter James Max, Page also talks about the changing face of retail and the future of the high street. He believes that while shopping c ...…
 
One of the UK’s leading Conservative commentators, Iain Dale, has called on the government to halve the number of civil servants it employs and increase infrastructure spending in a look ahead to next Wednesday’s Autumn Statement. The leading blogger, also the owner of Biteback Publishing and a presenter on LBC Radio, said in a Property Week po ...…
 
The owner of Sheffield United Football Club, Kevin McCabe, opened up about his life owning one the country’s unluckiest football teams, when he joined Property Week’s podcast as special guest for the November edition. Speaking to podcast presenter James Max, McCabe criticised the football world for its “immoral” handling of the Carlos Tevez aff ...…
 
Meyer Bergman is eyeing up the UK, German and Polish market for retail portfolio opportunities, according to chief executive Markus Meijer, who was speaking on today’s monthly Property Week podcast. In a Property Week International special edition of the podcast, Meijer joined former Apprentice star James Max at Property Week studios, confiding ...…
 
Alex Michelin and Andrew Dunn, the founders of high-end London residential developer Finchatton, have spoken out against comparisons drawn in the media between them and the Candy brothers, in a wide-ranging interview for today’s Property Week Podcast, available below. The energetic pair, who set up Finchatton in 2000, said they were “disgruntle ...…
 
Richard Max talks about new planning legislation and how the system could be improved. He stresses how important it is for developers to plan ahead in order to save themselves costly problems towards the end of the project. He gives us the ins and outs of his recent involvement in Tottenham Hotspur’s football stadium planning application, and d ...…
 
BNP Paribas Real Estate International Investment Director Andrew Cruickshank joined LBC’s James Max in the Property Week podcast studio in the run up to the Olympics. Cruickshank talks about who is investing in London, how the city is perceived abroad, and why there is a lack of international spending in the regions. He also discusses how the O ...…
 
City A.M. Editor Allister Heath joined LBC’s James Max at Property Week to talk about the recent banking scandal and London’s future as a major financial hub Heath speaks about the negative effects the Libor banking scandal could have on the reputation of London. He also discusses the need for the government to reform property development regul ...…
 
Mike Sales, managing director of global property at Henderson Global Investors joined LBC’s James Max in the Property Week podcast studio this month to discuss funds, Europe and why he likes secondary retail. Sales talked about how he thinks a good investment opportunity is the best properties in secondary retail locations, combining a discount ...…
 
In the latest Property Week Podcast, DTZ’s Colin Wilson gives his first interview since taking the helm of the company’s UK & Ireland business. Wilson, who was made head of DTZ’s UK & Ireland business in February, spoke to Property Week’s podcast host, LBC’s James Max, about the disruptions for the business over 2011 and what his new role will ...…
 
Mike Hussey, chief executive of Almacantar, joined LBC’s James Max in the Property Week podcast studio this week to discuss his plans for his business and the reasons why he left Land Securities. Hussey, who set up Almacantar in 2010 following his departure from LandSecs where he was managing director of the London portfolio, his plans for his ...…
 
“Click and collect” will be “completely fundamental” to evey retail location by 2020, Guy Grainger, head of UK retail at Jones Lang LaSalle, said in this month’s Property Week podcast. Talking to Property Week podcast host James Max, Grainger predicted that the retail landscape will have changed considerably in eight years time. He said the ide ...…
 
Residential development in London should trend towards smaller units in order to create an “investment grade product”, residential experts from Knight Frank said in the latest Property Week podcast. Joining LBC’s James Max in the Property Week studio were James Mannix, head of residential investment at Knight Frank, and residential development ...…
 
Inflation will rise this year, despite the claims of the government, Dr David Kuo of financial advice website the Motley Fool said on this month’s Property Week podcast. Kuo said that despite government claims that inflation would fall this year, “they are wrong”. He said that the trillions being pumped into Western economies meant inflation ha ...…
 
Leisure entrepeneur Luca del Bono gave a rare interview to Property Week’s podcast host James Max this week. Del Bono, who set up private members club Quintessentially and now runs hotels and leisure firm Luca de Bono & Partners, London’s prime leisure scene. He discusses who is investing in London and how, his views on the international hotels ...…
 
Irvine Sellar, the man behind what will be Western Europe’s tallest building, The Shard, talks to PropertyWeek.com about the highs and lows of the 10 years it has taken to realise his vision. Sellar talks frankly to Property Week podcast host James Max about financial difficulties along the way, his thoughts on the scheme as it nears completion ...…
 
Matt Lacey, founder of the Youtube and Twitter sensation Gap Yah, takes you through the story of his posh twit creation Orlando and introduces you to the character himself. Oxford University graduate Lacey, a member of comedy troupe The Unexpected Items, has shot to fame with the spoof of wealthy Western gap-year students “vomiting all of the W ...…
 
Most 25-year-olds, on hearing that the company they worked for was being put up for sale, are likely to start looking at the job market or do nothing. Not Ray Bloom. On hearing of plans to sell John D Wood, where he was head of commercial property management, Bloom wrote a business plan, sought an investor, bought the company and became chief e ...…
 
The global economy is, at the very least, a mess. Luckily Jamie Dannhauser, director at economic consultancy Lombard Street Capital, is here to make sense of the turmoil. Dannhauser, talks to Property Week’s podcast host James Max about what is happening in the UK, European and global economies, and examines issues such as the UK’s role in the ...…
 
Central London rents will outstrip inflation this year, Robert Noel, managing director of Land Securities’ £5.7bn London portfolio, said in the Property Week podcast this week. Giving a bullish view of the market, Noel said that though the nation’s capital has threats in the forms of immigration, personal taxation and the rise of Eastern centre ...…
 
When it comes to choosing what you spend your hard-earned money on, top contenders are likely to include clothes, a car, your home or an evening out. Pensions are often way down the list. However, as Julian Webb, Fidelity International’s head of defined contributions and platform sales, said in this month’s Property Week podcast, pensions are b ...…
 
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Planning rules that rigidly dictate particular building uses in particular geographic areas are damaging to the property industry, Structadene chairman David Pearl, tells Property Week in this month’s podcast Pearl says one of his main gripes, along with the scrapping of empty rates relief, is that building uses are not flexible. Pearl also spe ...…
 
Property Week senior reporter Nick Johnstone brings perspective from London: new 160,000 sq. ft. building only the beginning of Google's UK expansion.
 
Tony Horrell – new chief of Colliers International’s European business talks openly and honestly to James Max about the troubles in his personal life which led to his decision to leave Jones Lang LaSalle after more than 20 years to join Colliers. The post Podcast Special: Tony Horrell opens up about his decision to leave JLL for Colliers appear ...…
 
Joining James Max for this episode i9s investment guru and BBC personal finance expert Dr David Kuo of The Motley Fool The pair discuss the major human and natural disasters and conflicts which are affecting the world and look at how they are affecting investment and the investment markets. The post The Investment Podcast: Dr David Kuo on Japan ...…
 
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Joining James Max this month is John Forrester, head of DTZ’s UK and Irish operations. The post Podcast Special: John Forrester of DTZ appeared first on The Property Week Podcast.By Property Week.
 
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