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  • An interview with Justin Taylor: Head of Retail for Cushman & Wakefield

  • The Estates Gazette 2016 Salary Survey (in association with Cobalt Recruitment)
  • As a general practice surveyor, you would be advising clients on land and property valuations and development, and may be responsible for managing the letting, buying and selling of properties.
  • Project managers are responsible for the planning and organisation of resources and people, ensuring that projects finish on time, stay within the set budget and fulfil the requirements of the business.

  • Just 10 minutes from mainland England, the Isle of Wight Council has very ambitious and achievable plans for the Island’s future growth and sustainability. This unique and proud community is reinvigorating itself, not only as the fabulous holiday destination that it’s been for centuries, but als...
  • Welcome to the TDM salary guide, specific to the property industry – covering all roles, cradle to grave.
  • Have you got what it takes to apply for a career in the construction sector? If you are the type of person who enjoys practical work and would like an outdoors job, then working on a building site could be the right move for you.
  • The number of Project Managers, Quantity Surveyors and, increasingly, Design and Technical Managers moving into freelancing is rising fast, this is a phenomenon being seen across many industries, but even more so in this project-based industry. Various economic factors have contributed to the ris...
  • Andy Wright, Land and Development Director for Stratland Estates, took time out of his busy schedule to answer a few of our questions...
  • LocatED is a commercial organisation, wholly owned by the Department for Education. It is responsible for negotiating complex acquisitions and development schemes in order to secure the sites required.
  • Damien Wild, editor of Estates Gazette, introduces you to the specialized content around the recruitment sector within the property industry...
  • The job market is tough, and perhaps getting tougher. How do candidates stand out? And how are employers looking to fill the most in-demand roles? Michelle Perry investigates...
  • The industry’s leading lights share the paths they took and the decisions they made to make it to the top of their fields...
  • The best graduate employers know how to motivate and reward talent. In return they get loyalty and commitment. So what’s the magic formula? Karl Tomusk reports...
  • London may pull in talent from around the world but there is no shortage of possibilities elsewhere. EG writers offer a succinct guide to the places that hold the best prospects for venturesome property professionals...
  • Forging a career in property is not all about working for the bigger players.The independents can offer opportunities too. And if you don’t fancy working for them, perhaps you should consider launching your own start-up...
  • Estates Gazette has been celebrating property’s Rising Stars over the last year. Ahead of the publication of this year’s list, here is a reminder of the depth of talent coming through in this sector, and a look at what those who made the cut have been up to since. Portraits by Will Bremridge...
  • Looking to accelerate your career? US-based author Dan Ward explains why you should never be afraid to contact those in the industry you most admire – it may open doors...
  • In this extract from one of his most popular articles for Estates Gazette, Dan Ward explains why working with unfamiliar teams could take your career in an unexpected direction...
  • Whether you’re sporty, clubby, a dedicated fundraiser or fancy something a bit different, there’s a networking platform for you...