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.
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 ...
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.
2021-12-16T00:00:00+00:00By Neal Gemassmer
The pandemic enabled many businesses to identify where technology could be adopted to improve efficiency.
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.
The findings of Property Week, Savills and Tritax Symmetry’s fifth annual Industrial and Logistics Census, in association with Analytiqa, demonstrate that lack of supply is one of the biggest challenges facing the 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.
Property Week and Dentons brought together an expert panel from across the later-living sector to discuss the opportunities for growth and what is holding the sector back from expanding at the level other countries are.
Experts from Smith & Williamson discuss how reforming business taxes, encouraging people back to town centres and allowing entrepreneurs to revitalise their local areas could help save the struggling high street.
Property Week and Yardi brought together a panel of experts to discuss the changing role of asset management, the specific challenges the sector faces, how Covid has affected occupier expectations and how data and technology can be used to help overcome problems in the future.
Last month, Property Week and Forge, powered by Yardi, held a digital think tank titled ‘Back to work with confidence’, in which they discussed the role of technology in safely getting people back in the workplace.
Last week, heavyweights from across the property industry gathered at British Land’s 100 Liverpool Street to discuss how the sector could address the climate crisis.
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2021-09-24T00:00:00+01:00By Richard Silva, Mick Platt, Michael Gaston
It is a time of great upheaval for the professional freeholder sector. The government is bringing forward dramatic reform of the leasehold/freehold model, with the sale of leasehold houses to be banned and ground rents on new leasehold apartments to be reduced to a peppercorn.
HomeGround’s head of legal and portfolio services on the health and safety obligations of freeholders.
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.
In July, Property Week and Freeths hosted a digital think tank entitled ‘UK versus US property sector: who is the digital leader and who is the laggard?’ Leading figures in the proptech sector from both sides of the Atlantic discussed key differences between the two countries and the impact of ...
Residential development has been through a sea change over the past decade. Updates to the planning system and shifting attitudes on where people want to live have led to the introduction of new players and new investors, as well as new technologies.
With major changes to property taxes combining with the fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic, Property Week – in association with Smith & Williamson – brought together a panel of experts to discuss the main challenges.
Liz Hamson talks to Savills director Chris Cummings about the challenges of reducing operational carbon, the importance of a long-term view and how to incentivise the industry to operate sustainably.
Unlike other areas of the property industry, the industrial and logistics sector has only been boosted by the likes of Covid-19 and Brexit. However, a number of issues are on the horizon. Property Week, in partnership with Dentons, recently brought together a virtual panel of experts to ask what the ...
At the Property Week editor’s lunch in London last week, leading figures from across the industry gathered to identify the key issues for real estate as it emerges from lockdown. The future shape of the office and retail sectors, and the need to embrace diversity, sustainability and technological progress, were ...
2021-06-25T00:00:00+01:00By Simon Creasey
Property Week’s latest Power of Proptech survey, supported by Freeths, shows that the real estate industry has become increasingly reliant on the use of technology during the pandemic.
Property Week’s webinar ‘Next steps to net zero carbon: how to transform your portfolio’, hosted in collaboration with UKGBC, Carbon Intelligence, chapmanbdsp and Hawkins\Brown, brought together a panel of experts to discuss what practical steps businesses can take to meet their net zero carbon targets.
Property Week editor Liz Hamson speaks to Mishcon to Reya partner and head of debt advisory Omega Poole about the challenges and rewards of green finance and what needs to happen for it to really take off as we race towards net zero.
Last month, Property Week, in association with Yardi, hosted a digital think tank entitled: ‘How do the Dublin and London build-to-rent markets compare?’
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2021-05-21T00:00:00+01:00By Jacqueline Oakes
It has, it is safe to say, been a year like no other. There cannot be a section of society or the economy that has been untouched by the Covid-19 pandemic.
In early summer last year, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors published its commercial property survey covering the second quarter of the year. It made for grim reading for most of the industry.
REDD London’s MD discusses the resilience of prime resi.
2021-05-21T00:00:00+01:00By Zoe Thomas
In recent years, the tax landscape for property investors has changed dramatically, perhaps no more so than when it comes to non-resident capital gains tax (NRCGT).
2021-05-21T00:00:00+01:00By Mark Eade
Property, as anyone with even the vaguest passing association with the industry knows, is a people business. Conversations that could easily take place over the phone or via video conference are, more often than not, done in person. Investors like to meet with those charged with managing their money and ...
Data page referencing the changes in funds across property sectors.