Property Week

Property Week
Editor Liz Hamson
Former editors Mike Phillips
Categories Trade magazine
Frequency Weekly
Circulation 40,000
Publisher Metropolis International
Company Metropolis Business Publishing
Country United Kingdom
Language English
ISSN 0969-7594

Property Week is a UK business-to-business magazine which reports on the worldwide commercial and residential property market. It reports news, features and analysis and the latest information from the industry - from development opportunities to investment prospects, professional and legal coverage to regional surveys, plus vacancies.


It is published by Metropolis Business Publishing - part of Metropolis International[1] - having belonged to United Business Media until September 2013.[2] The magazine is edited by Liz Hamson. The magazine has a global edition published on a quarterly basis.[3] It attracts an audience of nearly 40,000 across its print and online products. The magazine is based at Davis House in central Croydon.


Property Week hosts a range of events across the country, internationally and online including B2B conferences, award ceremonies and exhibitions in the market.

The awards dinners attract more than 1000 industry leaders to various locations across the country and are compared by personalities such as Michael Parkinson, Stephen Fry and Jonathan Ross.


2012: Business Website of the Year - Association of Online Publishers Magazine of the year - LSL Property Press.

2011: Digital edition of the year - PPA

2010: Magazine of the year award - IBP

Property Week also won the PPA weekly business magazine of the year in 2009 (and in 2007)


  1. Metropolis International
  2. Metropolis acquires Property Week 27 September 2013. Retrieved 14 February 2016.
  3. "Property Week launches first interactive magazine". Press Gazette. 5 February 2010. Retrieved 8 August 2016.

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