Transit-oriented Development: Relevance & Viability

Transit-oriented Development: Relevance & Viability

India is one of the fastest growing nations of the world in terms of urbanisation. With population projected to reach 600 million by 2031, the load on metropolitan cities is set to increase manifold. The last few decades have seen a great strain on these cities’ resources, particularly on public transport and overall traffic situation, […]

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2022: Expectations for The Road Ahead

2022: Expectations for The Road Ahead

2021 saw a fair amount of traction across most asset classes, barring the second quarter of the year.  As we step into 2022, there is cautious optimism governing the market, given the threat of the Omicron variant looming large on the horizon. Nonetheless here are some key expectations for the period: The new perspective on […]

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Decarbonization & Real Estate

Decarbonization & Real Estate

Decarbonization has taken center stage, especially in the run up to the COP 26 climate conference next month. The building sector alone contributes to 40% of the global carbon emissions and since buildings account for most of the carbon emissions, it is important that the sector plays an active role to contribute towards decarbonization. The […]

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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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Warehousing & Logistics Sector in India: Keeping up with Technology & Innovation

Warehousing & Logistics

The past year 2020 has proved to be a turning point for most industries across the globe. While the COVID-19 outbreak manifested itself as the saboteur of many businesses, it also acted as a catalyst for the growth of several others. In the case of India, the pandemic not only brought the warehousing and logistics […]

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Rethinking Organisation Strategies: Change in Location & Space Needs

Rethinking Organisation Strategies: Change in Location & Space Needs

The COVID-19 outbreak has been one of the most significant disruptions that has hit the real estate industry, leading to a 360 degree turn in perspective on many factors, that were hitherto accepted as constant. . Endeavouring to navigate through these rough waters, organisations have been led to take stock of their operations, re-align themselves […]

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Multipurpose Spaces

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There has been a shift from traditional workplaces with cubicles, fixed walls to open offices with an open floorplate and shared working environment. Today, it is no surprise for companies to hold a major team meeting in the middle of an open work area and later have a celebration in the same space. There lies […]

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Union Budget 2021 – Developing competencies towards self-sufficiency

Developing competencies towards self-sufficiency

The Union Budget 2021 has been one of the most awaited events this year. Slated to be a budget like no other’ it held a momentous bearing on the economy’s growth trajectory as it strove to steady itself after the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent economic upheaval. A lot of expectations were riding on receiving […]

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