The Queen's Speech earlier today (11 May 2021) contained confirmation that ground rents for almost all new residential leases will be abolished. This has been widely expected since the announcement … [Read more...] about Queen’s Speech confirms banning of new ground rents – A first step in leasehold reform?
Naturally, policy and legislation are key drivers. However, a greater understanding of the environmental impacts of the property lifecycle (embedded carbon) amongst stakeholders such as customers, … [Read more...] about Why is Net Zero important in relation to property?
Despite the current climate, office investment and development and planning for office led schemes is burgeoning, as the confidence in at least a partial return to the physical workplace remains. … [Read more...] about Heading back to prosperity – A green light for UK office developments
Technology is provoking change across every industry. With the emergence of innovations such as artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality (AR) and the Internet of Things (IoT), the way we … [Read more...] about How is PropTech driving change in the real estate industry?
Build-to-rent is an emerging property class that is attracting attention in an uncertain climate as an alternative form of development. In a recent report from The Guardian, it was announced … [Read more...] about How build-to-rent offers opportunities to housebuilders