Tim Burke, Financial News

Tim Burke

Financial News

United Kingdom

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Past articles by Tim:

HSBC leases more than 1,000 WeWork desks in Waterloo

Co-working company continues its drive to build a business around larger corporate tenants as well as smaller businesses → Read More

The City’s next top model: a VR Square Mile

Corporation is working on a tech-savvy presentation for next year’s Mipim event → Read More

FCA delays illiquid assets report following Woodford suspension

Regulator needs more time over consultation that was originally called to tackle fallout from property fund suspensions in 2016 → Read More

Brexit blamed as City property deals head for eight-year low

Industry figures think buyers and sellers will continue with a 'wait and see' approach until at least the new Brexit date of October 31 → Read More

MPs criticise use of NDAs to ‘silence victims’ of discrimination

Government says it shares select committee’s concerns over settlements of legal cases → Read More

Fashion victim: private equity investments in UK shopping centres turn sour

Private equity firms that previously binged on bricks-and-mortar retail portfolios are changing their plans in response to the sector’s struggles → Read More

Brexit delay fails to halt UK property funds sell-off

Investors have pulled £1.3bn from real estate funds since last October → Read More

Neil Woodford suspends trading in £4bn flagship fund

The LF Woodford Equity Income Fund has been suspended with "immediate effect and until further notice" → Read More

Square Mile leads the way as London office builds pick up in face of Brexit

More than half of the space being developed across the capital is in its financial heartland → Read More

Retail crisis forces property companies to sell assets worth billions

CBRE, the property services group, has called the problems facing the retail sector a ‘perfect storm’ → Read More

Goldman goes warehouse hunting with new property venture

US bank gives mandate to Mirastar, a new JV targeting logistics deals in Europe → Read More

British Land posts loss on retail woes

Property company’s CEO says market is ‘uneven’, with challenges for retail but growth in offices → Read More

WeWork’s Patrick Nelson: ‘The building is the hardware, we’re the software’

The co-working company’s head of European real estate on community, short-termism and co-working competition → Read More

Property group Landsec doubles down on London

Loss widens and values fall for FTSE100 developer, but CEO says London has ‘enduring appeal’ and commits to new developments → Read More

Property boss says danger of ‘Corbyn-dioxide’ is a deal deterrent

CBRE’s Kevin McCauley says investors have priced in Brexit, but a change of government worries them → Read More

Development bank shifts HQ from Square Mile to Canary Wharf

EBRD will move into a new office building also occupied by Societe Generale → Read More

Plans for a greener, cleaner Square Mile pick up pace

City of London Corporation’s transport committee signs off 25-year transport strategy → Read More

Tower of London’s World Heritage status at risk from Tulip

The body advising the World Heritage Centre has urged the UK to abandon Norman Foster's new building → Read More

Citi buys Belfast office days after confirming deal for Canary Wharf HQ

The US bank’s strategy is to buy rather than rent offices to lower costs → Read More

Medicines watchdog appeals Brexit lease ruling in Canary Wharf

A court case over whether office tenants should be allowed to walk away from their leases due to the disruption of Brexit is set to be reopened. The European Medicines Agency has appealed in a case it lost to Canary Wharf over whether it could break the lease on its London office, according to a spokeswoman for the agency. The appeal was lodged on April 15, the deadline for the EMA to do so. → Read More