All Client Solutions articles – Page 2

  • Recruitment

    ​Hollis poll reveals key barriers blocking fresh talent joining the industry


    A recent LinkedIn poll by Property Week on behalf of international real estate consultant Hollis revealed the main barriers to attracting future talent into the real estate industry.

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    ​Barclays poll reveals majority yet to begin costing EPC transition


    A LinkedIn poll conducted by Property Week on behalf of Barclays reveals that almost two-thirds (61%) of respondents have not yet costed their transition for getting buildings’ Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) to at least C by 2027, and B by 2030.

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    ESG is critical for business


    Last month, Property Week held a Climate Crisis Challenge Campaign webinar on why environmental, social and governance criteria are now critical for property, what new reporting requirements mean for the sector and how the industry can effect change in an era of climate change and rising energy prices.

  • Proptech

    Power of Proptech survey 2022: last chance to win a set of Apple AirPods pro


    Closing soon…now is the time to have your voices heard and provide valuable insight. All respondents to this short survey  will be entered into a free prize-draw to win a set of Apple AirPods Pro, supplied by Freeths.

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    Is the future of industrial still bright?


    Dentons and Property Week recently brought together a panel of experts to discuss what the future holds for the industrial and logistics sector as warehouse take-up reaches an all-time high and vacancy rates hit rock bottom.

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    Riding out the economic storm: In conversation with Phil Westerman at Buzzacott


    With real estate encountering strong economic headwinds from inflation and rising interest rates, Property Week contributing editor (news) David Parsley sat down with Phil Westerman, partner and head of real estate at accountancy practice Buzzacott, to discuss the outlook for the industry. Their conversation covered the aftermath of Brexit and ...

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    What’s to come for property this year?


    Last month, leading figures in the UK property industry gathered for a dinner to discuss the challenges and opportunities in the year ahead.

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    Getting up to speed on climate issues


    A recent Property Week Climate Crisis Challenge event saw a strong sample of the property industry gather for a ‘speed networking’ soirée, with fast-paced discussion of the key green questions and challenges the industry faces.

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    How is the future of flexible workspace shaping up?


    Yardi recently brought together a panel of flexible workspace experts to discuss what steps operators are taking to meet the changing needs of occupiers as we emerge from the pandemic.

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    What’s next for the retail sector?


    The retail sector is at a crossroads: on the one hand, there has been a resurgence of confidence in the retail sector as Covid restrictions have been lifted, but on the other hand, there is now a host of fresh challenges including inflation, labour shortages and the ending of the ...

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    A step change for the climate challenge


    At last month’s Mipim conference in Cannes, where ESG issues were a central theme, partners in Property Week’sClimate Crisis Challenge came together to discuss the next step in the campaign to boost the industry’s sustainability credentials.

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    How the industry has fared in the Covid era


    Despite the challenges posed by Brexit and Covid over the past couple of years, some sectors of the property industry feel bullish about the future. Meanwhile, others are trying to adapt to survive. Freeths recently gathered a panel of women to discuss how the industry has changed and what lies ...

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    What’s in store for industrial in 2022?


    Property Week, Savills, Tritax Symmetry and Analytiqa brought together some of the biggest names in logistics to look at the record-breaking surge in take-up and investment over the last few years, the factors driving the trend, the success of Amazon’s model and what the future holds for this booming sector.

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    How PBSA sector can meet demand


    Property Week and CRM recently brought together a panel of experts to discuss the impact of Covid, Brexit and other factors on the purpose-built student accommodation sector and what operators need to do to meet demand from international – and increasingly domestic – students.

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    Is tech value for money?


    Property Week and Freeths brought together a panel of experts to discuss whether occupiers care about in-building technology, how to measure value for money and building valuations.

  • CS Green finance

    What is the future of green finance?


    Property Week speaks to Barclays head of real estate, London, Jessica Tomlinson about green finance, the availability of products, ‘green premiums’ and where the lending market is headed in the next few years.

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    How property can make an ESG impact


    At a Social Impact event hosted by Dentons, Property Week and Newcore Capital assembled a panel of speakers and industry experts to discuss ‘How to do the S in ESG’, shining a light on how companies can look past the bottom line to make a real social contribution to the ...

  • Tech

    Covid has helped the industry to become more tech savvy


    The pandemic enabled many businesses to identify where technology could be adopted to improve efficiency.

  • CS Yardi 10 dec

    Is the PBSA sector ready for a boom?


    Yardi assembled a panel of student accommodation experts to discuss the challenge of meeting the predicted increase in demand and what lessons they can learn from the build-to-rent sector.

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    A new era for the PBSA sector


    CRM Students’ motto as an operator of student halls is to put residents at the heart of everything. Its chief executive officer Richard Skeels tells Property Week the future of PBSA is set to change in the wake of the pandemic, which has shifted students’ priorities when seeking accommodation.