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COMMENT | Elder care needs human touch, invisible technology

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Elderly and the future of housing technology is a hot market that developers of all shapes and size are considering. A balance is needed between the necessity of the warm personal care to cancel out the cold progression of technology. ENGIE UK’s retirement solutions director Paula Broadbent writes.

PILGRIM Brad Parity

HVAC x AI

As the case gathers steam for making the cities we live in more sustainable from an energy perspective, property is turning an eye inwards to improving system efficiencies.

Mike Edge Mills And Reeve

Mills & Reeve | Moving on from uncertainty

Mike Edge, head of real estate at Mills & Reeves' Manchester office, shares what needs to happen in 2020 to move the industry on, what's going to be hot, and the challenges the leading law firm will be tackling.

Jack Brown, Hollis

Next gen | Hollis

Jack Brown is real estate consultancy Hollis' first unmanned aerial vehicle operator.

Georgia Green Jessica Rees Levitt Bernstein

Next gen | Levitt Bernstein

Change is coming, driven by the influx of millennials and Gen Z transforming the way we think and work. PlaceTech spoke to a handful of future decision makers on their ideas for change and how they see their roles developing.

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2050: Arup’s four potential futures

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Nicola Byrne

What will the world look like in 2050? The advisory giant has produced an extensive 68-page report looking at four plausible future scenarios based on the intersection between our planet’s health and societal conditions, with an aim to inform decisions on the design and planning of the built environment.

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Goldacre | The tipping point has passed

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Nicola Byrne

PlaceTech spoke to Fionnuala Hogan, managing director of investment at the venture capital firm, about the fund's plans and saving the planet by improving the industry.