Teaser trailer for last week’s Property Week Editor’s lunch.
Native Land has pledged to make its £2.5bn Bankside Yards scheme the “UK’s first fossil fuel-free major mixed-use development”.
Up to 80% of fit-out carbon emissions could be cut by using more environmentally conscious forms of fit-out, where landlords own the fit-out materials for the long term, according to research by Lateral Investment Management.
Energy minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan has opened two homes with appliances powered entirely by hydrogen in Gateshead, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Soundbites from Property Week and Smith Williamson’s recent Digital Think Tank: Covid, Brexit and Tax - the impact on real estate funds.
Complying with unoccupied property insurance policy conditions can be challenging. The risk of vandalism, squatting and arson can escalate premiums and make finding suitable insurance cover a challenge.
Property Week editor Liz Hamson talks with Chris Cummings, Director of Savills Earth, about the challenegs invovled with reducing operational carbon.
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