We’re still here: The (almost) Christmas edition, with a sprinkling of Jerry Springer
In this week’s We’re Still Here podcast EG editor Samantha McClary and deputy editor Tim Burke talk about a bumper issue of EG looking back at the most unusual of years.
Crammed full of big reads for you to digest alongside all those mince pies or whatever other festive treats you might over-indulge in, EG’s final printed issue of the year includes a deep dive into the pain and the potential of the retail market, the value to be extracted from temporary uses, what a re-imagination of Oxford Street could bring as well as a wander down memory lane, featuring some of the biggest stories from the year and our greatest Lockdown Diaries.
Listen in to hear Sam and Tim not only discuss their 2020 highlights and what they have been most thankful for this year, but to unleash their inner Springer too.
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How to win an EG Award
EG Like Sunday Morning: Uplifting, yet upsetting — the LGBTQ+ survey results
“Landlords must share hospitality’s pain”
Market Moves: Shaking up the rules for REITs
TechTalk Radio: The secret of high street survival is data driven
Bricks & Mortar: Careers trilogy, part 2: Making the most of online tools in the job search
EG Like Sunday Morning: Sam McClary gives London some love and is put to the test
RESI TALKS: Meet L&Q’s new chief executive
EG Interview: Why Homes England’s Nick Walkley wants people to leave the agency – including himself
No Filter Episode One: Space Three
On the Case: Service charge lessons from £2.3m McKinsey judgment
Social mobility in real estate: The lost golden thread of diversity
Fundamentals of the future: The rent don’t matter, the particulates do
EG Like Sunday Morning: LOMA, cladding and Weetabix
Bricks & Mortar: Careers trilogy, episode 1: Starting the search
EG Like Sunday Morning
RESI TALKS: Why small investors are getting burned by permitted development
The art of the possible: In conversation with the real estate’s new guard
On the Case: What the FCA decision means for tenants, landlords and insurers
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