Common Ground Workshop take cues from the urban realm at Embassy Gardens
Common Ground Workshop have completed a new speculative hospitality development including a restaurant, bar and events space at Embassy Gardens, Nine Elms.
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Dan Cohen is founder of Purpose Group, which operates affordable, flexible and productive workspace in London buildings that would otherwise remain vacant, unused and unloved. Unlike almost everybody else in the coworking world, he’s poised to expand.
Coworking operators and developers ponder the future – and it might not be as bad as you think. David Thame reports.
The chaos surrounding A-level grading and university admissions in late August crowned a chaotic year for the UK’s higher education sector, David Thame considers.
Build-to-rent developers and the public sector are providing powerful new clients for modular construction. It could be a game-changer, says David Thame.
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We sit down with Kathryn Cripps, a Partner at Knight Frank with 11 years’ experience in the property industry. Kathryn joined Knight Frank in 2008 and works in the London Office Agency Department, specialising in the West End market.
We sat down with Ciara Keeling, CEO of Bruntwood Works, to find out more about how she ended up at the helm of the £1bn portfolio.