We recognise that it is useful for property professionals who specialise in one area to keep an eye on what is happening in others.
Published six times a year, Property Journal brings together Commercial, Residential and Arts coverage in a combined format.
The journal contains high-quality technical material in clearly defined sections, as well as some material that crosses professional groups to reach a wider audience.
Recent isues of Property Journal from the past two years are available below. Earlier archive issues can be obtained from our Library (e firstname.lastname@example.org).
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Claudia Conway, 20 Nov 2017
I recently had reason to pass through the Olympic Park, one of the inspiring green places mentioned in this issue of Property Journal by Kevin Joyce.
Claudia Conway, 11 Sep 2017
Welcome to autumn, and the new issue of RICS Property Journal.
Claudia Conway, 22 Jun 2017
The last few months have epitomised that the only constant is change – and this issue has a lot to say on the topic.
Claudia Conway, 12 Apr 2017
The way most people search for a new home has changed radically since the rise of the internet, but most people in the UK still buy and sell through a high-street estate agent – how long will this remain the case? Can the low-fee online agent steal a march on their more traditional competitors?
Claudia Conway, 16 Feb 2017
This issue brings together all kinds of everything concerning sustainability in the built environment, from the changing face of buildings in India to tips for improving energy usage in commercial property.
Claudia Conway, 21 Nov 2016
If you were looking for two words to sum up 2016, conflict and change would fit the bill pretty well, provided you were limiting yourself to the more polite options.
Claudia Conway, 13 Sep 2016
In uncertain times, working together and aligning values matters more than ever.
Claudia Conway, 24 Aug 2016
There have been numerous fascinating property events this summer, offering plenty of opportunities for learning. A particularly noteworthy idea to emerge from these is that, soon, the data produced by buildings could be worth more than the bricks and mortar themselves. And data is in sharp focus in this issue of Property Journal, from getting the communication infrastructure right to crunching the numbers on workplace performance.
Claudia Conway, 21 Jun 2016
This issue looks at our housing policy, as well as the benefits of cloud computing and online customer reviews. There are legal updates on mixed-use developments, the mental health needs of occupiers and visitors and NEC3 contracts. We continue our series on damp, offer a case study of a Passivhaus building and consider the widespread problem of forged and looted art.
Claudia Conway, 15 Apr 2016
A new fiscal year has begun, with a rather changed environment in UK real estate as the Chancellor’s changes affect commercial investors and those with more than one home to their name. It was clearly a bumper few months in the housing market in the lead-up to 1 April as investors rushed in to beat the higher tax deadline, especially with super-fast purchases at auction.
Claudia Conway, 18 Feb 2016
It’s not often that the minutiae of property sales reach the public consciousness; but when it comes to money laundering, it’s a big story. People are understandably angered by the thought of ill-gotten gains being ploughed into property so others can profit from the transaction.
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