After a global pandemic and the subsequent crippling effects for the business community, there has to be some benefit from this 14-week period of enforced lockdown.

As we enter this brave new world, the team at UK Property Forums can bring you up to date with a raft of positive changes.

New Valley Voices

We welcome two new Valley Voices and look forward to working with Swindon-based lawyers, Clark Holt and Reading’s most successful residential property agent, Haslams. More new Valley Voices to be announced later next month.


We have added new tabs on the web site and also on the Thames Tap newsletter which will allow subscribers to search the database in different ways. New sector tabs include infrastructure, industrial, education, office, retail, mixed use, residential and leisure.


The Thames Valley has been associated with educational projects across the many different strands which make up this expanding sector including independent schools, universities, innovation hubs and research labs. We have invited Dominic Morse, director at Morse Webb to write about the changing role of IT on the design of education projects.

Down Under

As the UK starts to unlock, we thought we would ask two good friends of UK Property Forums to talk about their experience of the lockdown in New Zealand and Australia and how the property business world has re-acted to Covid-19.  Fascinating stories from afar.

Finally, London West is launched

We are really pleased to have launched the London West newsletter last month which targets property stories along the A4 corridor as you exit Heathrow and turn right, heading towards the bright lights of London.  

We continue in our commitment to produce free but editorially-led stories on the business of property and to create quality newsletters which report on the big stories from across the Thames Valley, London West and East of England markets.

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