Tag : Revo
Ailish Christian-West, president at property industry body Revo, calls for the government to support retail property owners to stop the “long-term decay of high streets”.
Revo puts pressure on business rates reviewSubscription
Revo, the representative body for the UK retail property sector, has called on the government to “act swiftly and radically” in its promise to fundamentally review the business rates system.
Revo junior vice-president announcedSubscription
Commercial property body Revo has announced Philip Bier, the entrepreneur that brought Copenhagen’s Flying Tiger to the UK, as its junior vice-president.
Revo names new CEOSubscription
Revo, the representative body for the UK retail property sector, appointed Vivienne King as its new chief executive.
Councils to invest more in shopping centresSubscription
Local authorities across the UK are poised to spend an additional £230m on acquiring shopping centres in the coming year, in an effort to redevelop town centres with high vacancy rates.
Revo CEO to step downSubscription
Revo, the representative body for the UK retail property sector, has launched a search for a new CEO as incumbent, Ed Cooke, steps down after 11 years.
Revo calls for urgent business rates review Subscription
Revo, the representative body for the UK retail property sector, has published an open letter to chancellor Sajid Javid calling for an urgent review of business rates as the UK fast approaches its exit from the EU.
Comment: The use of CVAs needs greater scrutinySubscription
Company voluntary arrangements must be bound by stricter rules, says Ed Cooke, chief executive of commercial property body Revo.
Government launches new business rates inquiry Subscription
A new inquiry into business rates has been launched by the treasury select committee to scrutinise how government policy has affected UK businesses.
Accessing the £249bn purple poundSubscription
New accessible shopping day Purple Tuesday will launch on 13 November with the backing of some of the UK’s biggest retailers. Drapers investigates how the industry is improving its accessibility and inclusivity.