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Estates Gazette

Estates Gazette
Editor Damian Wild
Former editors Peter Bill
Categories Real estate
Frequency Weekly
Circulation 22,500
First issue 1858
Company Reed Business Information
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Website estatesgazette.com
ISSN 0014-1240

Estates Gazette is a weekly business magazine published for the UK commercial property market. It was first published in 1858 and celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2008. Damian Wild has been its Editor since August 2009.

In March 2008, Estates Gazette was announced as one of the top 500 "Business Superbrands" in the UK.[1]

In 1996, Estates Gazette launched its own online property news and research arm, EGi. In 1997, the group launched Propertylink, the UK's largest free-access commercial property availability search website. The group also publishes EuroProperty, a fortnightly publication for the pan-European real estate investment market.

The group's services are published by Reed Business Information. The publication hosts its own "EG Awards" annually, the show being held at the London Hilton in December each year.

References

  1. ^ Business media 'Superbrands' recognised, PPA News, 13 March 2008


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