Referendum Costituzionale Unexpected decisions are becoming the norm in modern politics, to the extent perhaps that the lens through which we look at them needs to be changed. The referendum this week in Italy was intended to give more power
Elisabeth Troni, Head of Research EMEA considers the potential effects of the Italian referendum result on commercial real estate.
After a bad year, opinion pollsters can finally celebrate getting one vote right. For months they have been predicting that the
High hurdles What could be simpler than invoking Article 50? Seemingly most things, as more and more new hurdles appear in front of the starting line. The unexpected Supreme Court hearing on 7 December is only the start
Back pack vacuum cleaners, condition based maintenance, day cleaning and handheld technologies. Many of us who work within Facilities Management would recognise and accept these as examples of innovation that have been introduced over the last few years, with varying degrees of
Autumn Statement Today’s Autumn statement held little tangible for the commercial property industry, as the Chancellor spent longer talking about the restoration of a listed country house than he did about a fractional benefit to business rates relief. There was