Is real estate set for a stronger Q4 than anticipated? Will one of the UK’s “most grotesque” housing policies be overturned? Could a small victory for retail landlords be on the horizon?
On this week's We're Still Here podcast it's all about answering some pretty big questions. Host Emily Wright is joined by EG's news editor Pui-Guan Man and residential reporter Emma Rosser to dive into all things planning, deals, offices and retail.
Rosser kicks off this week's episode with an in depth overview of the planning backlash which has called time on "grotesque" PDR micro-homes before delving into the growing rebellion against proposed planning reforms. The latter has seen former prime minister Theresa May attack the proposals and call on government to come up with an alternative. "My point is simple," she said in a debate in the House of Commons. "These proposals do not deliver on government policies."
Then, Man gives an overview of this week's big deals news and hints at the possibility of a stronger Q4 for real estate than many were expecting and a small victory for retail landlords.
For all of this plus more, tune into this week's episode of We're Still Here.