The human element is one of the most fundamental factors at the heart of real estate, whether it be understanding how occupiers utilise a space, how residents choose a home or how office space attracts and retains talent.
Digital platforms are an increasingly common way for many people to engage and communicate in general, and using digital interactive tools, such as that from Built-ID illustrated here, can offer visually engaging and familiar 'gamified' ways to engage people with proposals.
Built-ID developed a platform which is extremely user-friendly, presenting a series of facts and questions that be easily digested, and can be promoted to individuals in a specific catchment area via social media.
Just 2% of the general public trust developers and only 7% trust local authorities when it comes to planning for large-scale development, according to a survey of more than 2,000 people by Grosvenor Britain & Ireland.
As a young woman working in the construction industry, Savannah De Savary grew frustrated with the inefficiencies she perceived. Despite never intending to start a company, the problems she saw inspired her to find solutions through tech.
How do you know if you are sitting on a unicorn or are about to throw away the next few years of your life on a pipe dream? The truth is, you never REALLY know until you give it your best shot; but taking the plunge and committing to be a startup founder can be the most daunting step of the whole process.
Bisnow asked eight experts from across the spectrum of U.K. real estate what they hope next year will bring — and what they think will actually happen — on a range of topics from the companies to watch, to WeWork's valuation, to retail values and most importantly, where they are excited to eat next year.
To mark the second London Women Leading Real Estate event, Bisnow looked to the future, and the future looks great. Last year we compiled a list of the most influential women in UK commercial real estate.
The property industry has not had the best reputation when it comes to community engagement, but in an era where technology is enabling the market to get closer to the public there should really be no excuse.
Earlier this year, Property Week , in association with Freeths, surveyed members of the property industry to find out what impact technology is having and will continue to have on their business over the next few years.
In June 2018 Savannah was invited to talk to Polly Dhaliwal the found of Girls in Movement. As podcast that talks to founders and influencers from across the globe about their life, career and business.
The EG Awards is back for another unforgettable evening of sparkle and fizz as they fill a room with the shining stars of real estate. Built-ID and The City of London have been nominated for The Collaborators Award, results the evening of the 19th September
Every day is International Women’s Day in our books. Why should we celebrate women on one day alone? Here’s our top 30 UK-based female entrepreneurs to watch in 2018 – we hope this feature leaves you inspired and motivated for your follow your own passions, because, you know what, we believe in you
The technology sector is responsible for huge shifts in real estate globally. Just witness the so-called ‘Amazon eﬀect’ on bricks-and-mortar retail and driverless cars being created by Apple, Google and Tesla, which will not only affect parking space assets and hotels but have a serious knock-on eﬀect on the density of urban and suburban development.