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£120m Causeway investment sets UK record

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Karl Tomusk

Rothschild & Co has invested £120m in construction tech company Causeway in what is believed to be the largest private equity investment in a British tech firm working in property or construction.

Bogota city skyline

WorldGBC hails Latin America’s green policy progress

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Karl Tomusk

Work by Green Building Councils in Latin America have led to the introduction of four significant building efficiency policies and the development of 10 others across the region since 2019, the World Green Building Council has said in a new report.

2021 Metaprop Accelerator startups

Meet the MetaProp Accelerator anchor startups

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Karl Tomusk

In the fastest recruitment of anchor participants in its accelerator’s history, MetaProp has chosen three startups from within the co-working, construction and residential property management sectors.

Australian Proptech Companies

CrowdProperty expands into Australia

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Karl Tomusk

Having issued £120m of loans to SME housebuilders in the UK, Crowdproperty is expanding its international footprint to offer its P2P lending platform to new markets.

Mills & Reeve LLP

Repurposing to lab space

One of the trends likely to occur in sci-tech real estate is the re-purposing of commercial spaces like offices, retail and warehouse units, to lab space, writes Amelia Lewis.

Drone City

Starting gun fired for UK delivery drones

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Karl Tomusk

The UK Civil Aviation Authority has authorised the first trial of routine drone flights outside a pilot’s line of sight, which could have significant implications for logistics, construction and retail.

Birmingham Health Innovation Campus

West Midlands: the UK’s next tech powerhouse?

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Karl Tomusk

Bruntwood SciTech has received planning permission for its £210m Birmingham Health Innovation Campus, positioning the West Midlands to become a centre for the world’s fastest growing tech sector