Property leaders and influencers reveal what they are doing to turn bold words into action.
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Allyship, a concept that has been embedded in Real Estate Balance since its inception, is critical if we want to improve D&I in the property industry.
We all know the property sector still has a long way to go when it comes to building truly sustainable, diverse teams. We also know that it is no longer a ‘nice to have’ or a tick on a company’s ‘corporate to-do list’ to have an effective diversity framework in ...
Connecting communities is embedded within our purpose – that’s why inclusivity is so important to us. We recognise that as an industry, and as a business, there is still more work to do, but we’re taking tangible steps towards ensuring we better reflect the diverse communities we serve.
There’s some uncertainty about whether or not the UK is actually in a recession at the moment. But the current financial downturn and increasing cost of living mean that if we’re not officially in one already, it is likely just around the corner.
A LinkedIn poll by Property Week on behalf of independent owner and operator of wireless communications infrastructure – Shared Access – has revealed the importance placed on mobile connectivity when it comes to weighing up factors involved when leasing space.
On 1 August 2022, the Register of Overseas Entities took effect under the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022. It aims to tackle money laundering, which is a particular risk affecting the property sector, and so has implications for property owners.
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