Latest Client Solutions insights
The deadline to be recognised as one of the best places to work in property is fast approaching.
2018-07-19T05:17:00+01:00By David Parsley
Just a few years ago build-to-rent (BTR) was a rarely used phrase in the UK. Now it is one of the hottest real estate sectors around. Our panel of leading experts discuss the extent to which BTR has matured, the challenges it still faces and where the sector will go ...
Property Week’s latest Power of Proptech survey, sponsored by Freeths, reveals a growing understanding among real estate businesses of the benefits of investing in technology
2018-07-12T14:01:00+01:00By Guy Montague-Jones
GL Hearn brought together a panel of experts to discuss how public-private partnerships can alleviate the housing crisis by increasing housing delivery.
2018-06-28T05:41:00+01:00By Tom Roberts
Two years on from the publication of Mark Farmer’s review into the state of the construction industry, what progress has been made to improve efficiency and increase delivery?
2018-06-24T16:53:00+01:00By Richard Hook
Industrial and logistics is the best performing real estate sector at the moment. Driven by insatiable demand from online retailers, the sector has attracted investors in their droves and the sector has gone from strength to strength.
Time is running out to get involved in Property Week’s annual survey of property advisors for 2018.
2018-06-15T14:51:00+01:00By Richard Hook
As part of a detailed piece of research to be debated at a future Property Week-hosted think-tank discussion on the impact of proptech, sponsored by Freeths, we are inviting YOU to provide insights on your experience with technology in the property sector.
2018-05-31T05:52:00+01:00By Richard Williams
GL Hearn, working with Capita People Solutions, has devised the Talent Index: a way of bringing the two Ps – property and people – together to improve business and drive performance. Here, industry experts and thought leaders discuss the viability of correlating property strategy with talent.
2018-05-10T05:30:00+01:00By David Parsley
Yardi and Property Week assembled five property investment experts to discuss low-risk ways to find value amid fierce competition for prime property. Industrial, traditional PRS, build to rent and student housing were seen to offer opportunities, with a tough retail climate and political risk on the downside.
The need for developers to win back the public’s trust and speed up the planning process was a key topic for the industry figures who assembled for the Mipim Editor’s Dinner. The wide-ranging discussion also covered the challenge posed by flexible offices and online shopping, and the impact of Brexit.