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Nottingham’s High Street is alive and kicking

Nottingham’s High Street is alive and kicking

Beloved by many, the High Street remains a British institution some would say. But there's no denying the last 18 months have been tough for retailers and the knock-on effect has been a raft of admini...
Some relief for the High Street

Some relief for the High Street

From April 1, there is some relief for small retailers, pubs and restaurants who will share cuts in their business rate bills worth about £500m. Surveyor Andrew Smith sums up the new scheme...
Poacher turns gamekeeper?

Poacher turns gamekeeper?

On a recent trip across the Pond, Chairman Tim Garratt popped in to Amazon's latest bricks-and-mortar venture in New York which, perhaps perversely, seems to be bringing its virtual offering to real l...
Closing the literacy gap - our vision for 2019

Closing the literacy gap - our vision for 2019

Like many businesses, we have always tried to ‘do our bit’ for the communities we work in. We’ve raised money, sponsored sports, done a bit of volunteering and sometimes offered our services pro...
Automation in the property industry: a risky business?

Automation in the property industry: a risky business?

He might be from Nottingham and sceptical about some forms of automation, but that doesn’t make him a Luddite, argues Steve Holland our Head of Professional Services. Not everything is better withou...
A day in the life of a graduate at Innes England

A day in the life of a graduate at Innes England

Our latest graduates are settling in to working full time. Jeetpal Sev, one of our graduate building surveyors, reflects on why he chose a career in property and how he’s developing a head for heigh...