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Welcome to TechTalk Radio, a weekly podcast brought to you by real estate intelligence provider EG. Each week TechTalk Radio hosts Emily Wright and Samantha McClary bring you interviews with the brightest brains in all things technology, data and innovation in the world of real estate. Listen in for everything from the impact of AI on human jobs to how tech will enable us to build better, cleaner and more useful environments for generations to come, with a little light entertainment thrown in.
 
Shava Sadhana is a sanskrit term meaning meditation on a dead body. The meditating person sits down on a fresh corpse on the cremation ground and calls for the mother Smashan Kali who dwells there with immaterial spirits, so that she can possess the dead body and get in contact with the meditating person. Swamiji Shree Shree Kalidasha, the creator of the project Shava Sadhana, travelled to Calcutta many times on his numerous journeys to India. Calcutta, the centre of the Kali-cult, has fasci ...
 
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In this latest episode of Bricks & Mortar, EG’s professional & legal editor, Sarah Jackman, is joined by Jen Lemen - an RICS APC assessor and co-founder of Property Elite - for a look at RICS ethics and professional standards. The RICS’s current guidance is contained in its Global Professional and Ethical Standards, Rules of Conduct for Members and…
 
In this week’s We’re Still Here podcast, EG editor Samantha McClary is joined by reporter Lucy Alderson to talk about the findings from EG’s latest mental health survey. The industry remains one of most affected by mental health issues with half of respondents saying they had experienced unmanageable stress and/or mental health issues in their curr…
 
Hannah Quarterman, partner and head of planning at Hogan Lovells International, explains the High Court decision in R (Rights: Community: Action) v Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government [2020] EWHC 3073 (Admin); [2020] PLSCS 208 - an eagerly awaited judgment in a judicial review challenge to the government's planning meas…
 
This year has tested the mental health of millions, with Covid forcing the country to lockdown and work from home. Property has been no exception, and EG's 2020 mental health survey has revealed the toll that the pandemic has taken on real estate professionals.With two thirds of workers stating Covid has had a negative impact on their mental health…
 
In this episode of the EG Property Podcast, EG editor Sam McClary is joined by Andrew Leiper, net zero carbon leader and principle engineer at Max Fordham, Louise Ellison, head of sustainability at Hammerson and chair of the Better Buildings Partnership and Steven Barrett, chief executive of SME developer Wholehomes, to talk about getting to net ze…
 
Who's feeling festive during lockdown? EG tech and global reporter Lucy Alderson asks all the burning questions in this week's Tech Talk Radio. Keeping on the subject of lockdown, Alderson also flags EG's 2020 mental health survey analysis (which will be featured in this week's magazine) which looks at how Covid has impacted real estate professiona…
 
EG’s We’re Still Here podcast has a new stand-in host in the form of EG editor Samantha McClary, who will be taking over while Emily Wright takes a few months out for a new life adventure. She will be back but in the meantime, to ease the transition, WSH regular EG’s residential and planning expert Emma Rosser joins the episode to unpick why PD app…
 
What does the future look like in Scotland? Despite recent changes, the long-term trend of urbanisation looks set to continue, with a greater emphasis on how space can be used for social good. In this session we discuss the changes to city-centre living and what this means for offices and retail. How do real estate and the Scottish Government work …
 
Sustainability is essential to all stages of the real estate investment process. How can cities and real estate implement an environmental strategy into their investment process? What if we as the real estate industry and as a powerful investment sector sought to push more capital into sustainable assets? Speakers: Hero Bennett, Sustainability Lead…
 
In this session we will look at the unique role that cities play in creating an equal society. We will investigate how planning can and should play a role in designing out exclusion, the role of infrastructure – physical and digital – in integration and how a new view on development should be able to bring people from all walks of life together. Sh…
 
Keynote Q&A: Tony Reeves, Chief Executive, Liverpool City Council. Liverpool is leading the way: they’re creating a thriving and sustainable city. That is fair for everyone. This is about more than economic strengths but working together with the community to drive innovation and growth. How is Liverpool working with different sectors and the real …
 
In this episode of the EG Property Podcast, EG editor Samantha McClary sits down with the co-authors of Broken Homes: Britain’s Housing Crisis UK Regeneration chief executive Jackie Sadek and writer and former editor of EG, Peter Bill to talk about how government, commentators and even housebuilders have largely got the housing crisis wrong, how pl…
 
The planning and design of our urban spaces has a huge impact on the mental health and wellbeing of millions of people. With new research, thinking and masterplans ahead, we can start to incorporate what people need in the future urban design of our cities. Speakers: Philippa Gill, Director - Europe, Evora Simon McCabe, Deputy Chair & Chief Executi…
 
How will the identities of cities as specific innovation hubs, from advance manufacturing to biotech and beyond, enable growth and success? How can cities and real estate work together to support a new generation of talent to rebuild the UK’s economy? Speakers: Francesca Pintus, Senior Urban Designer & Principal, HOK London Studio Nick Searl, Joint…
 
Chris Stoner QC and Andrew Francis from Serle Court Chambers dissect the Supreme Court decision in Alexander Devine Children’s Cancer Trust v Housing Solutions Ltd [2020] UKSC 45; [2020] PLSCS 201, involving what was found to be a "cynical breach" by a developer of a restrictive covenant, the benefit of which was enjoyed by a charity. Stoner and Fr…
 
Voted the No.1 core city for quality of life as well as being the UK’s fastest-growing city, Cardiff is steaming ahead. How is it investing in innovation and people to drive economic growth? And how will Cardiff unlock its full potential through improved connectivity and transport infrastructure? Speakers: Louise Harris, Co-Founder & Director, Tram…
 
Cities are recognising the importance of optimising how their public space is designed and used and how the spaces between buildings and places are vital to the success of a city as a whole. The efficiency of land use is key to enhancing inclusive and sustainable urbanisation. Public space has a key role in making cities liveable. To be used to the…
 
Belfast is charging ahead and investing in its future to deliver economic empowerment – especially for its young and dynamic labour force. How is the city changing to adapt to its talent pool through residential? How is renewed city centre living changing the area? And how do these changes reflect in the transport investment Belfast is currently un…
 
On this week's Tech Talk Radio, EG tech and global reporter Lucy Alderson sat down with AshbyCapital property director Tom Smithers and Smart Spaces chief executive Dan Drogman to talk about Slough's first smart building: The Future Works. The Future Works is a 100,000sq ft office scheme, and part of a wider £200m investment into Slough to create a…
 
More and more developers and investors are utilising digital twins for their buildings to make sure that they can optimise them. We need to do the same for cities. How can we utilise data and technology to truly create thriving cities? How does everyone that is invested in a city – from politicians and investors to citizens – share and use this dat…
 
How do we provide sufficient affordable housing to an increasingly varied population and ensure inclusiveness and integration at the same time as reducing environmental impacts? And how do we embed a people-centred approach to providing truly liveable cities. Speakers: Emma Fletcher, Director, Hill Group and Managing Director, SmithsonHill Chris Jo…
 
How cities plan and deliver local initiatives and what is the environmental and global impact. This could be pedestrianisation, repurposing of space, creating more green public space within urban heartlands or launching projects that ultimately affect the increasing health of the city itself and the people in it. When cities act individually, they …
 
In this episode of the EG Property Podcast, former chancellor of the exchequer Philip Hammond talks to EG editor Samantha McClary about the the UK economy and the challenges it faces in not only dealing with Covid and Brexit, but also with the fourth industrial revolution and addressing climate change. As chancellor, Hammond focused on the long-ter…
 
Bristol sits at the heart of the fastest-growing region outside London. Not only is it consistently rated as one of the best places to live in the UK, it is a thriving and innovative city where everyone is invited to share in its successes. How is Bristol creating a connected city while ensuring long-term sustainability? And how is economic growth …
 
The future of any successful place relies on collaboration, a team effort and a collective commitment to delivery. Utilising and engaging with people to come up with solutions for urban challenges is vital. A city is more than the sum of its buildings, but it is only as resilient as its people. Speakers: Josh Artus, Co-founder, Centric Lab Jen Hart…
 
An unhealthy urban environment can contribute to an ailing population, both mentally and physically. And that’s not to mention the impact on the environment. Real estate has an opportunity and responsibility to invest in and build cities that both uplift and thrive. Speakers: Louise Ellison, Group Head of Sustainability, Hammerson Kirsten Hewson, H…
 
On this week’s Tech Talk Radio, EG tech and global reporter Lucy Alderson sits down to talk about the launch of a tool that automates the transactions process with Hogan Lovells partner Nicholas Roberts, BNP Paribas property management director Emma Orford and Integra Ledger chief executive David Fisher. The tool has been launched to solve a longst…
 
In this episode of the EG Property Podcast, EG editor Samantha McClary talks with Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees about leadership, resilience and what Bristol needs from the built environment. Rees talks about his journey to leadership, about diversity - the lack of it and the need for more - and about how difference is one of the greats tools any estab…
 
On this week's We're Still Here podcast, host Emily Wright is joined by residential reporter Emma Rosser and editor Sam McClary for a chat about all things planning. That an a bit of a post-party debrief following last night's virtual EG Awards. Up first, Rosser give sus the lowdown on the industry's response to government planning reforms which ha…
 
How can real estate be part of the solution when it comes to tackling the most pressing societal issues – inclusion, demographic change (not least an ageing population) and wellbeing? Damian Wild, EG's editor-in-chief, speaks with Bharat Mehta CBE, chief executive, Trust for London, followed by a panel with: - Jenny Herrera, chief executive, Good B…
 
With the future of work looking very different to its past, how can real estate help solve the UK’s productivity problem? Emily Wright, EG's tech editor, discusses the issue with Dror Poleg, author of 'Rethinking Real Estate'. We also hear from Piers Nickalls, head of leasing, Brent Cross Town, Argent Related; Tripty Arya, founder & chief executive…
 
On this week's We're Still Here podcast, host Emily Wright is joined by EG's head of retail and industrial research James Child as EG analysis reveals that a flood of lease expiries over the next five years could see close to 1bn sq ft of space back on the market. Analysis using EG's Radius Data Exchange shows that almost 65% of retail and food bev…
 
On this episode of Tech Talk Radio, EG tech and global reporter Lucy Alderson attempts a drum roll and outlines why you can't miss this year's list of EG Rising Stars. In fact, tap here for a link to the piece so you can read all about it. But before you get to know this year's talented bunch, listen to Alderson sit down with Knight Frank head of E…
 
Can London recover its position as Europe’s biggest investment market, or will the Covid-19 hangover and Brexit see it fall further behind rivals? Is the city's position as Europe’s financial centre under threat due to Brexit – and what impact might this have? Join EG's deputy editor Tim Burke as he talks with PGIM Real Estate's Eric Adler, DWF's M…
 
On this week’s episode of EG’s We’re Still Here podcast, host Emily Wright is joined by EG’s deputy editor and head of content Tim Burke. The pair kick of the episode with a review of our EG Talent Special out this week. From catching up with some of our original Future Female Leaders to introducing the 5th cohort of EG Rising Stars, it is an homag…
 
Back in early 2019 EG gathered its first cohort of Future Female Leaders, a collection of 12 women from across the built environment who would undergo an intense public speaking course and then stand up in front of hundreds of property professions and tell their stories, with no notes and no slidedeck. But the experience wasn’t just about becoming …
 
In this episode of the EG Property Podcast EG editor Samantha McClary is in conversation with Shaftesbury chief executive Brian Bickell. The pair talk about the importance of landlord and tenant relationships and the role that real estate has to play in helping to amplify the voices of those that often don’t get heard or seen. As part of Black Hist…
 
It's another Tech Talk Radio, and EG tech and global reporter Lucy Alderson starts by outlining the biggest property and tech headlines since last week's episode, including the biggest tech blooper of the week. Alderson then sits down with JPES Partners head of property Duncan Lamb to talk about the launch of Evaluate|Locate, a new platform that tr…
 
This latest episode of Bricks & Mortar sees Osborne Clarke’s David Powell look back on his career in the industry. The residential property lawyer – until recently head of the firm’s residential development and landowner sector group – has over thirty years’ experience of advising developer clients and here he shares what he learned during that tim…
 
On this week's We're Still Here podcast it's all about answering some pretty big questions. Host Emily Wright is joined by EG's news editor Pui-Guan Man and residential reporter Emma Rosser to dive into all things planning, deals, offices and retail. Rosser kicks off this week's episode with an in depth overview of the planning backlash which has c…
 
There have been some major proptech news that has broken since last week’s episode of Tech Talk Radio, so EG tech and global reporter Lucy Alderson recaps on the juiciest stories from the past week, including: EG’s talk with EDGE chief executive and founder Coen van Oostrom about his plans to take EDGE global; Fifth Wall’s first European proptech f…
 
EG's Jess Harrold interviews Richard Harwood OBE QC, joint head of chambers at 39 Essex Chambers and one of the leading barristers in the planning field. Together, they discuss Harwood's career, the vital role that judicial review plays in fair and proper planning decision-making, the impact of the 2020 pandemic on planning and the court process, a…
 
On this week's We're Still Here podcast, host Emily Wright is back and is joined by editor Samantha McClary for a good, old-fashioned round-up of the week's biggest stories. If you missed any of this week's content in print, this podcast is the place to catch up as we delve into everything from the new guard shaking up some of real estate's biggest…
 
Results from EG's first survey looking into the race and racism in real estate are shocking but sadly not surprising. The industry is overwhelmingly white. But it is also, according to the survey, overwhelming failing to take action. In this podcast EG editor Samantha McClary and reporter Lucy Alderson speak with Bola Abisogun, founder of DiverseCi…
 
On this week’s episode of Tech Talk Radio, tech and global reporter Lucy Alderson asks the hard and pressing question: does anyone else feel Christmassy now that summer is over? She also sits down with YourParkingSpace co-founder and chief executive Harrison Woods to discuss the start-up’s latest fundraising round, which saw Pelican Capital back th…
 
In this latest episode of Bricks & Mortar, Sarah Jackman is joined by Terry Watts, CEO of the Chartered Surveyors Training Trust – an organisation founded in the 1980s to “tackle the lack of diversity in the surveying profession”. To help support that objective, it this week launches My Environment My Future, a new schools programme seeking to prom…
 
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