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    U+I seals Brighton lease with tech firm Hyve for new HQ


    Cloud hosting provider Hyve has agreed terms with U+I, the urban developer owned by property giant Landsec, to take the top two floors at The Office at Circus Street in Brighton.

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    Yuno launches app to help landlords keep track of licensing requirements


    Landlord proptech firm Yuno has launched an app to help landlords keep up to date with local licensing rules.

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    Creative spark revives industry


    My attention was recently caught by an article in The New Yorker by US author Jonah Lehrer on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s wartime Building 20 – a laboratory known as the Rad Lab that is believed to have played a major part in the Allies’ victory by advancing radar ...

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    Beckerman: tech vital to keep firms afloat


    Property companies could ‘drown’ without urgent tech adoption amid climate crisis

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    Brookfield launches life sciences property platform


    Brookfield has launched a UK-focused next-generation science, innovation and technology real estate platform.

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    EVs drive forecourt expansion


    Growth of EVs and need for charging points offers boost to roadside sector.

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    How to meet lab space demand


    This spring marks the five-year anniversary of the opening of the Francis Crick Institute at King’s Cross, commonly referred to as a ‘cathedral for science’. It continues to set the benchmark on a global level for the Research and Development Community.

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    Adapt for a future with smart tech


    With hybrid working now the norm for many, there is increased demand for developers and employers to deliver office space that provides a better experience than the WFH alternative. 

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    ​Sensor tech is key for building management


    Whereas in the 1960s computers used to take up entire rooms, the advent of the microprocessor has led to the rise of the sensor and the internet of things. 

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    ​How is digital technology driving up quality to reduce waste in retail construction?


    The last couple of years have been extremely challenging for the UK retail construction market, with a toxic mix of COVID, post-Brexit recruitment drains and inflation putting pressure on an already squeezed industry.

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    ​It is time to modernise legal processes


    It is about time that we, as an industry, review the process of lease conveyancing. It is paramount to our industry yet seems to prolong and delay the possibility of job creation, rents for landlords and further business expansion.

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    Metaverse wave driven by crypto tech


    The much-hyped metaverse isn’t new. The term was coined in 1992 and the first virtual world, ‘Second Life’, launched two decades ago. First-mover advantage is not a great advantage if you strike too early.

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    Fintech could help Britain tackle the housing crisis


    Editor: Before the pandemic, housebuilding delivery was already running way behind the government’s ambitious targets. Between April 2019 and March 2020, around 244,000 homes were built in England – the highest number since 1987 and around 1% higher than in the previous year, but still lower than the estimated need.

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    Smart tech is key to a net zero future


    Achieving net zero is everyone’s responsibility. For too long, the emphasis has been on individuals making small-scale lifestyle changes, or corporate responsibility placating consumers with sustainability soundbites. 

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    Catering for the science market


    We are witnessing a golden age for life sciences, with the sector boosted by enhanced funding, social necessity and government policy. 

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    Could tech save the high street?


    All areas of life are enriched by our digital connections, from our relationships with family and friends to the way we interact with colleagues and service providers. 

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    Is tech value for money?


    Property Week and Freeths brought together a panel of experts to discuss whether occupiers care about in-building technology, how to measure value for money and building valuations.

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    Covid has helped the industry to become more tech savvy


    The pandemic enabled many businesses to identify where technology could be adopted to improve efficiency.

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    Charge points key for EV take-up


    From 2030, no new purely petrol or diesel cars will be sold in the UK, with only 100% electric vehicles (EVs) to be sold post-2035. However, the availability of charging points, especially in non-urban areas, remains a concern for buyers.

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    Life Science REIT raises £350m upon IPO


    The UK’s first REIT focused on the life science sector Life Science REIT has successfully raised gross proceeds of £350m after it stated its intention to float on the London Stock Exchange in October.