Views and analysis
James Cooksey: Why investing in green infrastructure should be a key consideration for forward thinking property businesses
21 July 2015
Our experiences in London’s West End have proven that creating destinations that stand the test of time is about more than just great buildings.
10 April 2015
Following the Tenants Farmers Association (TFA) call for a minimum ten-year Farm Business Tenancy (FBT) term, Ken Jones, Director of our Rural and Coastal portfolio, argues for flexibility.
30 March 2015
As an island, the UK is fortunate to have substantial natural resources to support offshore renewable energy – from wind through to wave and tidal sources - offering us a significant opportunity to help reduce our carbon emissions and contribute towards energy security.
23 December 2014
Having worked in the energy industry for 25 years, I would have thought by now I would be able to predict at least some of its behaviour.
05 December 2014
The UK government aims to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 80% by 2050, and it is clear that the retail sector has a strong contribution to make.
07 November 2014
Huub den Rooijen, Head of Offshore Wind at The Crown Estate which manages the UK seabed, assesses the case for offshore wind in turbulent times and calls for greater transparency in debating our energy future.
08 September 2014
There are two things anyone working in marine renewables learns very quickly. One, be patient; significant wins often seem few and far between. Two, don’t expect as much attention (from politicians and the public) as those in oil and gas, shale gas and wind do.
26 June 2014
We, like many leading companies, are on a journey to integrate sustainability into our decision making. We are doing this because we believe that a successful business and a sustainable business are one and the same and that by building sustainability into the fabric of what we do we will create significant value beyond financial return.
16 June 2014
The UK is one of the world’s most popular destinations for overseas blue-chip property investors, a position underpinned by its stable political environment, high levels of transparency and corporate governance, and the number of deep and liquid markets that are available to those with capital to deploy.