Hyderabad

Changing attitudes in India: impact on property

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NICHOLAS FEARN

Over the next decade, India is poised to enter a new era of economic prosperity as a result of increasing consumer spend and digital technology. What impact will this have on the built environment?

Paul Bamber Bruntwood

Bruntwood’s workplace trends to watch

The march of technology continues to see our workplaces reimagined, writes Paul Bamber, director of technology at Bruntwood. In the race for talent, these tech solutions are giving businesses the edge on their competitors.

Liquid REI Photograph Future Travelator

How to win the race to evolve

Simon Hughes of Liquid Real Estate Innovation looks at how companies can find certainty, and capital, in the uncertain future of real estate.

ESI Smarter Cities 2025

10 pillars of a smart city

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Alice Cruickshank

Think tank ESI ThoughtLab’s Smarter Cities 2025 report names 3 British cities as leaders in tech adoption, and identifies the key pillars of smart city growth.

Tim Austin Matthews & Goodman

How AI is impacting training

Tim Austin, head of property management for the North of England at commercial property consultancy Matthews & Goodman, explores how Artificial Intelligence is shifting the traditional business model for training junior staff.

Co-living: what does it mean for the UK rental market?

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Alice Cruickshank

Building more co-living developments could be the solution to the housing crisis according to new research by the Federation of Master Builders. But what is co-living, and how can it benefit landlords?

Bruntwood sets net zero carbon target

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Paul Unger

Bruntwood has become the first commercial developer in the UK to sign up to the Green Building Council’s Net Zero Carbon Commitment, which launched at the Global Climate Action Summit last month.