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.

Costain

Costain awarded contract for Wi-Fi road

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Nicola Byrne

Tech-based construction and engineering company, Costain, has been awarded a contract by Highways England to design, install and implement one of the UK’s first connected vehicle corridors in Kent.

Singapore Aerial View Cool Tech

Property innovations for a warming planet

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NATALIE HOLMES

An unusually cold winter followed by a near-global heatwave has brought the issue of climate change to the fore. A range of tech is available and in use for stemming emissions and mitigating the effects, as new climate norms emerge.

Paul Unger PlaceTech

EDITOR’S NOTE | Earth Tech

The 'Hothouse Earth' study published by scientists this week rightly gained a lot of media coverage with its alarming warning that we could be heading for a point of no return if the planet warms by so many degrees that humans can no longer control its fate.

City Birds Eye View

Cybersecurity critical for smart cities

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NATASHA STOKES

From household appliances to civic infrastructure, cities are getting connected, securing their vast networks of smart, internet-enabled devices is a rising priority.