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With hybrid working models seemingly here to stay, what are the implications for the future of the workplace? – Sunderland City Council’s Peter McIntyre on how the key Riverside scheme has thrived throughout Covid – Uncertainty over local plans after PM casts doubt on greenfield housing
Argent’s Robert Evans looks back on the first 20 years of the developer’s flagship King’s Cross regen scheme – Property hot shots raise thousands at Chickenshed charity clay pigeon shoot – Government introduction of new Class MA PDR sparks urban planning debate
We reappraise the career of property tycoon Harry Hyams – Commercial Tenants Association chief executive Peter Bell is determined to fight distressed occupiers’ corner – Women in Property National Student Award winners and sponsors on how the event is fostering young talent
Residential managers need to provide rapid, 24-7 customer service to meet residents’ higher expectations.
The need for technological innovation has been brought into sharp focus during the past 18 months. Companies that were ready to adopt new ways of working, from virtual meeting facilities to electronic signature technology, were the ones able to continue operating without lag-time and even thrive in the new world ...
The use of technology not only helps BTR residents to socialise – it also streamlines their living experience.
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