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2019-07-11T23:00:00+01:00By Richard Williams
Property Week’s team of experts debate the merits of the vision behind the Oxford-Cambridge Arc.
With more property companies launching flexible workspace brands, Property Week and Yardi put together a panel of industry experts to identify the secrets of success in a highly competitive market.
Property Week’s third annual Power of Proptech survey, supported by Freeths, reveals that real estate businesses large and small are rapidly evolving and adapting to new technology.
Earlier this month, Property Week brought together two panels of experts to discuss what the sector needs to do to survive the retail apocalypse and to find out how some retailers and landlords are bucking the trend
2019-05-16T00:00:00+01:00By Richard Hook
Property Week and Freeths’ 2018 Power of Proptech survey revealed a growing understanding among real estate businesses of the benefits of investing in technology – with rapid change continuing across the sector over the past twelve months, we’re now pleased to launch the 2019 edition of our Power of Proptech ...
Last month, GL Hearn gathered experts from across the private and public sectors to discuss how the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework will affect development and whether the region can deliver on its growth ambitions.
2019-05-02T23:00:00+01:00By Richard Williams
Dentons brought together a range of experts to debate the future of the industrial sector. They discussed the impact of Brexit and how the industry is weathering the uncertainty; whether sheds and beds can work; the pros and cons of multi-storey sites, especially in London; and what effect automation and ...
2019-04-25T23:00:00+01:00By Simon Creasey
Yardi assembled a panel of flexible office experts to discuss the importance of a service ethos, how workspace providers can stand out from the competition and why the sector looks well placed to weather a possible recession.
Cluttons brought together a panel of experts at the second-ever RESI Senate Lunch at this year’s Mipim to discuss the challenges facing the residential sector, what impact Brexit will have on the industry and the potential of BTR, regional investment and modular construction.
2019-03-29T00:00:00+00:00By Mia Hunt
Buildings use 40% of the world’s energy and emit 40% of the world’s carbon emissions. As a result, the property industry finds itself under increasing pressure from government, sustainability groups and the public to lower their impact on the environment. But just how seriously is it being taken?
The leading industry figures who gathered for the Mipim editor’s dinner last week felt that property had the resilience to weather the current political uncertainty surrounding Brexit, while the future of retail, the housing crisis and the social impact of development were the more long-term issues up for debate
NCP brought together a panel of experts to discuss what the future holds for car parks, including yield gaps, the changing state of town centres, new developments, the potential impact of electric vehicles and how technology could affect the sector.