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Arup partners with PlaceTech to examine logistics outlook

The global property professional services giant has joined the roster of strategic-thinking organisations supporting the current PlaceTech event series. Tom Somers, partnerships and ecosystems lead at Arup, said: “We’re really excited to support PlaceTech’s upcoming Industrial and Logistics event on...

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UK tech jobs rebound after lockdown freeze

Over the last three months, recruitment for tech jobs has quickly recovered from the inevitable slump during lockdown. In fact, according to Tech Nation’s new Jobs and Skills Report 2020, the number of advertised tech job vacancies increased by 36% between June and August. Only the healthcare sector recruited for more jobs in this period, suggesting that tech jobs and skills continue to be a high national priority even as recession hits.

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FUTURE PropTech to become CREtech

FUTURE PropTech, Europe's largest events company devoted to the real estate tech sector, today announced the company will rebrand to CREtech.

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Revealed: finalists of Home of 2030 competition

The UK Government has shortlisted six design teams that will go through to the final stage of a competition to deliver affordable, healthy and eco-friendly ‘homes of the future’, with one team saying it is “on a crusade to abolish identikit development”.

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Moda Living signs with IoT partner Utopi for smart BTR


Paul Unger

The build-to-rent developer, operator and owner has announced a partnership with technology provider Utopi to build a complete digital infrastructure and optimise smart building technology across its development portfolio.

Stephen Maddocks, Building Services Partner, Cundall V2

Can we deliver Net Zero Carbon hospitals?

In the midst of one crisis, it can be easy to overlook another, but as the global focus on healthcare facilities intensifies, it has become increasing clear that we cannot consider solutions for the Covid-19 pandemic without also considering how it can link to solving the climate crisis, writes Stephen Maddocks.