Vague ramblings

Will think for food

I should probably think of something to put here, shouldn’t I?

Oh, OK then.

I don’t’ necessarily fully believe everything I post here, but nor am I just being opinionated for the sake of provocation (although I will do that for money).

It is where I think out loud, so to speak, and as such the thoughts are subject to revision without notice.

Ian is a property analyst and journalist who has been involved in some of the key debates about research methods in the property industry for over 30 years. He began with an academic study of the build up to the 1980s property boom and then worked on the major redevelopment site at Kings Cross and several other large scale property projects, until entering journalism in 1994.

He was an assistant editor of Property Week, one of the two main property titles in the UK, covering news – including breaking the return of Crossrail to the political agenda – writing features and analysis on a wide range of topics, while using the opinion column to challenge some of the cherished myths of property development.

As an analyst he has worked with Ramidus since its inception, including three Greater London Authority London Office Policy Reviews and projects around the M25. Most recently he has taken part on an assumption-shattering study of housing in Westminster.


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