What can property owners do to stay relevant and beat obsolescence?

What can property owners do to stay relevant and beat obsolescence?

The changing requirement from the built environment in terms of energy efficiency, minimal impact on the environment, the journey to net zero make properties susceptible to being devalued on account of                            non- performance, leading to them to be tagged as stranded assets. […]

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Green Leasing – Another step towards sustainable built environment

Green Leasing – Another step towards sustainable built environment

2020 has been a decisive year for sustainable business, the pandemic has accelerated the shift to sustainable environment and has increased the urgency to plan and anticipate the next global crisis which is climate change. To combat climate change many nations are reducing their CO2 emission levels and have committed to net-zero emissions targets. In […]

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Robotic Process Automation

Robotic Process Automation or RPA is expected to proliferate exponentially with global spends on RPA projected to reach $2.4 billion in 2022 from a mere $680 million in 2018 (Gartner).  RPA involves the deployment of software robots, called “bots,” to perform tasks that are typically time consuming, repetitive, tedious and highly scalable. This, in turn […]

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Flexibility – an important attribute of an innovative workplace.

Flexibility – an important attribute of an innovative workplace.

Technology is many things to many people. While often blamed for breakdown in inter- personal contact, it has the opposite impact in the work sphere. Not only has it broken down geographical barriers, it has allowed for better cohesion amongst a diverse stakeholder group. It has enabled a kind of flexibility and collaboration that has […]

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Urban Farming and Commercial Real Estate

Urban Farming | Vestian

Urban farming, a fast-growing trend that can provide a possible solution to future food security and promote a greener lifestyle. The concept is also referred to as urban agriculture and encompasses growing food for urban dwellers within city limits. This includes vertical, terrace and balcony farming as well as optimal use of land by residential […]

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Green Office Spaces – not just a trend

Green Office Spaces Not Just a Trend

“Stuck in airless offices, every fibre of our being seems to cry out for freedom. We’re reminded of being stuck in double maths while the birds sing outside”, author Tom Hodgkins makes a very compelling case for greening our office spaces.   The trend of having green spaces in offices has really caught on. Not only […]

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Boost Your Law Firm’s Efficiency by Rightsizing Your Office Space

Boost Your Law Firm’s Efficiency By Rightsizing Your Office Space

Rightsizing your workplace to its optimal size can increase your company’s productivity, reduce costs, and improve return on investment.  Legal work and culture are rapidly changing, and to keep up with those changes, law firms are making improvements to their office spaces. Many are “rightsizing” their office space to boost efficiency, and some are reinventing […]

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Coliving in the shared economy

Coliving, perhaps the hottest trend after co-working, is being fueled by the rise in a shared economy. Spearheaded by millennials– students and young professionals alike, the concept means different things to different people. Coliving spaces, are nothing but shared accommodations providing plug-n-play rooms with facilities & amenities such as in-house cooks, wi-fi, laundry services, security […]

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