Leading names from across the property sector talk about their successes and challenges of the past year and look ahead to 2020.
Editor: Last year was forecast to be a record year for the senior housing market, with more than £1.5bn expected to be invested. It didn’t happen but what we did see was an increase requirements for homes offering safety within a community setting and the need for solutions that drive ...
Editor: With lockdown restrictions easing, a return to the office is a priority for many. A recent study by Survation indicated that 74% of people want to return to the office – be that on a full-time or hybrid basis .
Anna Shapiro, associate director at Sheppard Robson, on how she got started in property, her industry likes and dislikes and the challenges she has overcome. She also shares her cultural recommendations.
Property Week asked UKGBC’s 10 built environment climate ambassadors to answer the following question: ‘What do you think the main priorities should be for businesses ahead of COP26?’ This is how they responded:
Property Week asks our three new Climate Crisis Challenge supporting partners to outline the practical next steps companies should be taking on their journeys to net zero carbon.
The race to COP26 is on. A year and a half after Property Week and UKGBC first launched the Climate Crisis Challenge campaign, the much-anticipated – and long-delayed – conference is finally visible on the horizon.
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