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ABP is a developer in China with a reputation for investing and transforming areas in need of regeneration. We are expanding globally and are now in London.
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mjmapp Oct 17
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mjmapp Oct 16
win prestigious new instruction to manage for - click through to read our news at
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ABP London Oct 9
"Developers should consider smart technologies for their future projects to create office environments that can fully utilize its amenities, resulting in higher chance of occupier success" COO John Miu at Workplace revolution panel in
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Maples Teesdale LLP Oct 9
Great panel session this afternoon rounding off a busy 2 days at on stand A2.224. Thanks to fellow panellists , and and the team!
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EG Oct 9
Is there a workplace revolution? We’re almost starting to get sick of New York style loft spaces with suspended ceilings ripped out and bean bags everywhere
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EXPO REAL Oct 8
Good morning ! We hope you are ready for day 2 of ! Have a great start!
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ABP London Oct 8
Speaking at the panel on the UK Pavilion at , ABP London COO, John Miu, said there had never been a stronger time for Asia investors and occupiers to look at Europe. The evidence shows it’s the next step in globalization.
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EG Oct 8
First panel underway on UK pavilion. If government pursues a “semi soft” London will continue to thrive is the consensus, especially if it continues to be a natural home to tech
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EG Oct 8
Innovation, tech, clusters and critical mass is what will make london successful. Need to think beyond
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ABP London Sep 28
John Miu at the Question Time "Value for money is a consideration for occupiers following Brexit and at business tenants can have a London office at Manchester prices offering them the opportunity for dual locations."
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Farrells Sep 27
John Miu talks about the importance of masterplanning when delivering large scale regeneration projects like and name check for Farrells as “the best in the business”. Thank you John!
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EG Sep 24
The investment potential of Manchester – What’s next for the city? Find out the answer to this and more at EG’s Question Time Manchester. Register free: Hear from: .
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ABP London Sep 24
A highlight of the panel discussion and the speakers' thoughts on how companies can get ahead of the curve of developing technologies.
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LPF Sep 24
RT : Join EG at Question Time Manchester and put your questions directly to expert speakers from property and other industries across your city. .
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ABP London Sep 21
We had a successful evening with - More than 300 guests joined us at the panel discussion with editor of the Evening Standard at
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Farrells Sep 18
Future proof your business! Royal Albert Dock is London’s New business district designed to adapt to a changing world
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ESI Media Sep 19
Last night our events team, ESI Live, hosted a bespoke event in partnership with promoting their 1st development in the capital. 'Future Proof Your Business' was opened by Editor followed by an expert panel discussion
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Farrells Sep 19
Our booth is ready at the inaugural Zhengzhou International Urban Design Conference in Zhengzhou, China! Running until Sep 23 at the Zhengzhou International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
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ACE at UEL Sep 19
Dr David Tann, Head of attended this business networking event last night
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Evening Standard Sep 18
George Osborne discussing the future of cities and why London is the epicentre of this movement
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