British Land dons hard hat amid “uncertainty”. FT Opening Quote, with commentary by Matthew Vincent, is your early Square Mile briefing. You can sign up for the full newsletter here. For British Land’s shareholders, and its chief executive, London’s new Crossrail transport link seems perfectly timed. In 2019, the new west-east underground railway will bring passengers at speed from Reading and Heathrow to Liverpool Street, delivering them right outside the Broadgate and Bishopsgate office developments that the property group is now renovating. And Chris Grigg, who currently takes the Central Line between his West End office and the City sites, should have a shorter journey time.In fact, the only person not so keen on the project idea is John Phizackerley, boss of broker TP-ICAP, whose
Siona Jenkins considers the following as important: Opening Quote, Uncategorised
This could be interesting, too:
Matthew C Klein writes What the foreign direct investment data tell us about corporate tax avoidance
Chris Nuttall writes FT Opening Quote – Severn flooded with incentives
Matthew C Klein writes Guest post: Time for a UK sovereign wealth fund
Kadhim Shubber writes Further reading
British Land dons hard hat amid “uncertainty”. FT Opening Quote, with commentary by...