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Grosvenor makes historic London estate fit for the future with a £90m retrofitting programme to cut carbon footprint – Head of Association for Retirement Community Operators on report into net zero initiatives for the sector – Expert comment on whether levelling-up bill will help high streets
Michael Gove’s intervention to prevent the South Bank’s former ITV Studios being demolished has big implications for the wider development sector; why sweet shops have replaced more upmarket stores on Oxford Street; the government is under pressure to reform EPCs to better re ect buildings’ operational energy performance
Lem Bingley on Grenfell’s grim legacy: five years on and still no end in sight; we reveal the star performers from across the industry in our 13-page coverage of last week’s Property Awards at Grosvenor House; housing market experts point to serious flaws in plan to extend right to buy ...
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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