“Property Ashes” Podcast Special: Meet The Captains

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Richard Crook, UK head of business development at Savills and Marty McCarthy, chief executive of Valad Europe, joined LBC’s James Max at Savills’s new headquarters following the Property Week “Property Ashes”, which took place on Tuesday.

he spicy pitch at Dulwich Cricket Club made it hard going for the batsman and bowlers dominated the Twenty20 contest that included players from the likes of Berkeley Group, Deloitte Real Estate and Strutt & Parker.

ThProperty Ashes Podcast with Richard Crooks and Marty McCarthye next day, following a resounding victory for England, the two captains, McCarthy and Crook, took to the microphone to analyse the game and talk more broadly about the state of the market and the economy.

Listen to the podcast below.

Podcast: A Dummy’s Guide To Coalition Planning Policy

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Planning. It has dominated the news agenda since the Coalition took over in 2010, thanks to a seemingly endless array of new policies and shelved recommendations.

Roger Hepher

Yet if you’re still having trouble telling your NPPF from your localism act, or your community infrastructure levy from your section 106 agreement, PropertyWeek.com is here to assist.

LBC Radio’s James Max was this month joined by Roger Hepher, head of planning and regeneration at Savills, in the PropertyWeek.com podcast to explains all you need to know about the new planning system in 15 minutes flat.

Property Week Podcast 06: Former Mayor of London Ken Livingstone, Savills director John Rigg and former Apprentice contestant Paul Torrisi

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Podcast Episode 006

In this month’s edition of the Property Week Podcast we are joined by Paul Torrisi, a former contestant on The Apprentice who tells us how to do ‘good boardroom’, John Rigg, one of the country’s finest investment agents on how to do good investment and Ken Livingstone, the former mayor of London on how to run a city… properly!

And of course the Property Week news…

Episode 6

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