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2023-11-28T14:21:00+00:00By Ben Brakes
November should have marked the introduction of new biodiversity net gain rules in the UK planning system.
2023-11-13T09:52:00+00:00By Anita Rivera
This headline comes from a quote by Sir David Attenborough, taken from the documentary series: The Earthshot Prize: Repairing Our Planet.
It’s no surprise to anyone in the real estate sector that net zero carbon is approaching, and fast.
2023-10-24T11:30:00+01:00By Lindsay Taylor
More than 55% of the world’s population lives in urban areas, a figure that the United Nations Human Settlements Programme predicts will reach more than 68% by 2050. At the same time, urban areas contribute to over 70% of global GDP around the world.
2023-10-09T00:00:00+01:00By Andrew Lloyd
Getting an early warning on potential problems can make all the difference, particularly when it comes to complex property transactions.
Osprey Charging has created a totally unique EV charging destination at Salmon’s Leap, in Buckfastleigh, Devon, a sign-post for the future of rapid EV charging.
2023-09-25T17:05:00+01:00By Phil Tower
NABERS UK will both act as an engine to better understand our buildings, and to drive the energy and carbon reductions our climate so urgently needs. The expected financial rewards for building owners create the critical virtuous circle which can fund building performance improvement. NABERS Energy Assessor, Phil Tower from ...
By 2030, legislation in the UK will require that all new cars sold are plug-in. With rapid EV charging, you can lead the market by providing an in-demand service for your customers.
Creating communities comes in many guises and, having worked with developers and resident managed clients on many community strategies, I know these things take time and consideration to strike the balance to ensure the community will flourish.
Radisson Hotel Group has more than 70 properties and 16,000 rooms in operation and under development across nine brands in the UK & Ireland, located in major cities and destinations and catering for business and leisure guests.
2023-06-19T00:00:00+01:00By Simon Redfern
The latest IPCC report made clear that the challenge of achieving Net Zero assets and funds should remain both a wider societal and property industry imperative; yet understanding on a building by building level what needs to be done can be something of an enigma for many participants in the ...
2023-06-19T00:00:00+01:00By Jo-Anne Dunning
Historically high rates of inflation were expected to be short-lived, but their persistence has led to a prolonged cost-of-living crisis, with interest rates also on the up.
The “Make A Racket” Mipim Charity Tennis Tournament celebrated its tenth anniversary in 2023, and it did not disappoint players, sponsors & spectators alike.
2023-04-11T00:00:00+01:00By Richard Adamson
Despite the turbulent state of the UK economy and the uncertainty within the UK property market over the past few years.
Biodiversity Net Gain transition period is ending November 2023: What are the options and are you ready?
The need to prepare for the biodiversity net gain (BNG) requirement is coming into force officially this November. Business development director for Environment Bank, Helen Wyman says, time is of the essence for developers to start planning their BNG strategy now to ensure the financial viability and successful delivery of ...
2023-03-21T10:30:00+00:00By Euring Andrew Stanford BEng (Hons) CEng FICE
Optimising and value engineering PBSA buildings from an early stage and throughout the project allows smart developers and investors to maximise the potential returns from this unique kind of development.
2023-01-16T00:00:00+00:00By Sowgol Zarinchang
It will be five years in January since I joined Way of Life, and in that time I have learned that, when it comes to BTR, the ‘Build’ part is only half the story. Our customers are really our guests, and whether they are staying for weeks, months or even ...
2022-12-08T11:53:00+00:00By Adriano Amorese
Material reuse and the adoption of circular economy principles are at the heart of the industry’s drive towards net zero carbon.
The PBSA sector faced its challenges throughout the pandemic, but admission levels this year have shown that more 18-year olds than ever are looking to go to university.
Experts from Colliers discuss how hybrid working creates compelling opportunities for landlords.
2022-11-28T09:56:00+00:00By Sarah Spurling
Years ago, the terms “sustainable finance” and “green lending” were more often used in discussions relating to our progressive distant future.
Changing physical spaces are everywhere around us. Businesses in retail, banking, medical, and more are focusing efforts on redesigning their current footprints to maximise their functionality and to improve customer experiences.
Property managers must prioritise building knowledge, stay up to date with the latest industry trends and collaborate with clients to deliver the best service for customers.
Technology has advanced rapidly and improved the way we live and work. However, when we think about improving the tenant experience, we don’t see technology as the first step.
How to deliver affordable, inclusive accommodation amidst rising living costs.
Vincent Bryant, CEO and co-founder of Deepki, discusses the importance of improving energy efficiency across property portfolios if managers are to avoid the worst this winter.