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Commercial property appointments
She previously worked at Drivers Jonas. She has now established a new department which offers a focused building and asset management service ... He has held the posts of director at DTZ Pieda Consulting, and consultant with Ernst & Young, specialising.

Office space race in boom, boom London
Research by real estate giant DTZ showed vacancy rates in the West End fell to 5.3% ... Developers aren't just building more, they are also building bigger schemes,' said Drivers Jonas's Anthony Duggan. 'London's growing status as the world's top financial.

Former DTZ and Drivers Jonas Deloitte directors launch asset management business
Two former property services company directors have set up an asset management business focussing on the City and south east of England. Register today to get access to Propertyweek.com, the UK's number one source for commercial property news. As a.

Capital office market facing a tough year
This is the prediction by Drivers Jonas in its latest Crane Survey for Edinburgh ... CBRE acted for owners Royal London Asset Management and it obtained a change of use for the premises from public house to retail. 85,000 a year rent had been claimed.

HCA chooses partners for advice panels
The Homes and Communities Agency has announced the names of 33 companies selected to sit on two panels which will advise on decisions about funding. As part of cost-cutting measures the HCA is replacing 21 specialist panels of consultants with four panels.

School of Photography University of Gothenburg 2010
Elsewhere in this publication, Professor Annika von ­Hausswolff – who, together with Professor Lotta Antonsson, is responsible for the education of the master’s students graduating this year – introduces the questions addressed by her students.

Cuts to Tube will cost economy £66billion, warn 50 City bosses
Under pressure: Leading City figures have written to Philip Hammond over Tube cuts More than 50 leading City figures today urged the Government to protect the Tube from devastating cuts. They warned Transport Secretary Philip Hammond that London's.