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    When a greyhound retires from racing, the Greyhound Board of Great Britain (GBGB) will proudly tell you that every effort is made to find it a home.

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    No longer content with selling a bed for the night, hotel operators are increasingly acting as commercial landlords in their own right.

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    Revolution Group’s director of property Godfrey Russell on why the group behind Revolution and Revolución de Cuba is confident the time is right to embark on a major expansion.

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    Hospitality group Whitbread has reported strong revenue growth for the financial year, backed by a steady rise in like-for-like sales at Costa and Premier Inn.

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    A consortium led by Charles Dean Properties has exchanged on a 10.6 acre site in Trowbridge from Morrison’s for a mixed-use scheme.

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    With its ambitious expansion plans and renewed focus on customer service, Powerleague boss Rupert Campbell has a vision to move five-a-side football into the top division.

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    Revolution Group’s director of property Godfrey Russell on why the group behind Revolution and Revolución de Cuba is confident the time is right to embark on a major expansion.

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    With its ambitious expansion plans and renewed focus on customer service, Powerleague boss Rupert Campbell has a vision to move five-a-side football into the top division.

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    Rob Shepherd may not look as though he deals daily with the likes of Mad Max, but ‘road warriors’ are precisely the demographic the development director for Europe at InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) says it caters for at its Holiday Inn chain - with a good deal of success, it seems.

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    Reading is a town struggling to keep up with its own growth. Boasting a world-famous music festival, a ruined 12th-century abbey and the UK’s second-busiest railway interchange station outside London, the town has historically been viewed by many as a transitional point - somewhere to travel to, from or through, but rarely to stay and build in.

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    The government has made a commitment for 600+ free schools in the coming decade and developers are being encouraged to come up with innovative ways of squeezing these schools onto urban sites.

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    Investors appear to have rediscovered their appetite for food stores if the latest figures from Savills are anything to go by.

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    Capturing accurate footfall data has long been a goal for retail landlords and developers. Property Week meets one of the founders of Hoxton Analytics, a company that believes it has cracked the problem.

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    The hotel market has been quiet of late. So it was a surprise when two major deals completed at the end of September: Aprirose’s purchase of the QHotels business from Bain Capital Credit and Canyon Partners for £525m and Henderson Park’s deal to buy the Metropole hotels in London and Birmingham from Tonstate Group for £500m.

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    “Food and beverage has shifted from a nice to have to a must have” - get the latest insights from JLL’s Richard Moulds (associate director, Foodservice Consulting), Michael Webb (director, London Retail), Jenny Tuleby (director, EMEA Retail) and Kelly Temple (associate director, Shopping Centres) on the growing trend for food & beverage investment.

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    Investors largely ignore London in favour of regional buy-ups as Brexit brings in a swathe of hungry overseas buyers.