All Client Solutions articles – Page 5

  • ESG

    ESG values begin in the boardroom


    Property Week editor Liz Hamson joins Mishcon de Reya’s Alexander Rhodes to discuss how companies are addressing ESG risks, the changing agenda in boardrooms, the importance of a granular approach and B Corps.

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    UKGBC drives the climate agenda


    Property Week editor Liz Hamson and UKGBC chief executive Julie Hirigoyen discuss the drive to get real estate firms to commit to a net-zero-carbon target and why 2021 will be a crunch year for the climate agenda.

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    Q&A: Richard Jackson on the living sectors


    The co-founder and managing director of Apache Capital Partners talks about its JV with Moda, multifamily housing, institutional investor appetite, the challenges of the pandemic and what the future holds.

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    Working towards net-zero-carbon


    Property Week editor Liz Hamson joins Argent senior partner and Argent Related chairman David Partridge to discuss the company’s Brent Cross Town scheme and the impact of the pandemic on the climate agenda.

  • Cities green

    Cities are key to a green recovery


    Property Week editor Liz Hamson talks to Savills’ director of world research Sophie Chick about how cities can be more sustainable in a post-Covid-19 world.

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    Covid-19 has redrawn the landscape for later living


    Property Week and Dentons assembled a panel of leading figures from all sides of the sector to debate how Covid-19 has affected the development of retirement living in the UK and its prospects for post-pandemic growth.

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    Q&A: Johnny Caddick on the future of BTR


    Moda Living’s chief executive talks about how the business has weathered Covid-19, the outlook for the BTR sector, the progress of its pipeline of new homes, its ESG strategy and what the future holds.

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    Future-proofing assets post-covid 19


    Earlier this month, Property Week and Yardi hosted a digital think tank to discuss the challenges that are facing asset managers and how they can best future-proof their assets in a post-Covid-19 world.

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    Make sure your views are heard in 2020’s logistics census


    For almost a decade now, the UK logistics sector has been undergoing a fundamental, structural change which has only been amplified by the current pandemic situation.

  • CS Freeths think tank panel

    Freeths think tank: will tech change the way we work?


    Earlier this summer, Property Week in association with Freeths hosted a virtual roundtable to discuss the findings of the fourth annual Power of Proptech survey and look at the impact the Covid-19 pandemic has had on the digital transformation of the property industry.

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    Shoosmiths think tank: a new future for industrial leases


    The coronavirus lockdown has caused a spike in demand for temporary warehouse space, accelerating a trend towards shorter industrial leases Shoosmiths and Property Week brought together a panel of industry experts to debate whether more flexible leases will prove to be a short-term trend or a long-term solution. ...

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    Smith & Williamson think tank: the changing role of strategic land


    Property Week, in association with Smith Williamson, brought together a panel of experts to discuss the role of strategic land in the wider development industry. They talked about the impact of lockdown and the changes they expect to see post-Covid-19, the importance of physical environment to wellbeing and ...

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    Power of Proptech 2020: lockdown fuels take-up of tech


    Property Week’s fourth annual Power of Proptech survey, supported by Freeths and carried out during lockdown, shows the impact of Covid-19 on the property industry with technology such as video conferencing and digital meeting tools expected to have a lasting role to play post-pandemic.

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    Yardi digital think tank: adapting BTR to a post-Covid-19 world


    Yardi and Property Week recently invited experts from across the build-to-rent sector to take part in a digital debate on the key issues facing the market in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The consensus was that despite the challenges posed by the outbreak, there is also an opportunity ...

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    Time to reimagine the high street


    Property Week recently hosted its first ’In Conversation with Dentons’ exploring the reimagining of the high street, which has been on its knees even before the Covid-19 pandemic. On the flip side, online retail has enjoyed a purple patch – the only factor constraining its exponential growth has been ...

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    Strategic Land: Insight Guide June 2020


    Collaboration on strategic site promotion – Welbeck Land’s Martyn Bowes on working with LPAs – Is MMC the future for faster housing delivery?

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    The Power of Proptech 2020: get your views heard


    As much of the property sector’s workforce sits at home trying to virtually recreate their work environment, the importance of technology and proptech has been brought into sharp focus. It is against this backdrop that we have launched the 2020 edition of our Power of Proptech industry-wide survey.

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    Yardi digital think tank: how will Covid-19 impact offices?


    Yardi brought together a panel of experts to discuss how the current coronavirus pandemic and lockdown measures will affect the flexible workspace sector, how office landlords and tenants will respond to remote working trends, how design and occupier requirements could change and the role of technology.

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    Tough challenges ahead for the industry


    The industry’s leading figures gathered for the Mipim editor’s dinner in Covent Garden rather than Cannes this year due to the outbreak of coronavirus, a subject that dominated the conversation along with the Budget, the likelihood of an economic downturn, the future of retail and the climate crisis.

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    Freeths forecast dinner: how will 2020 pan out for property?


    Freeths and Property Week assembled a panel of industry experts to survey the big issues for 2020, including life after Brexit, climate change, the future of retail and the prospects for flexible offices.