Institutional Real Estate Europe

April 1, 2019: Vol. 13, Number 4

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From the Current Issue


Assuming responsibility: From sustainable buildings to sustainable places

It is a significantly positive step that the integration of Responsible Property Investment (RPI) initiatives have become mainstream for institutional investors. There are many benefits to be derived from a holistic approach to investing in real estate, which delivers not just solid financial returns, but great places for people to work, live and enjoy. Investors, occupiers and society are beginning to reap the rewards of this approach.


A flexible future: The real estate sector is starting to catch up with the modern world

I am still in the process of digesting our 2019 Visions, Insights & Perspectives (VIP) Europe conference, which took place on 20 and 21 February in Amsterdam. I was very pleased to have co-hosted the event with my colleagues Geoffrey Dohrmann and Jonathan Schein, to have learnt so much in such a short space of time, met some new faces, and caught up with some familiar ones. I was also immensely proud that the gathering was held in the Dutch capital, as it happens to be my home town.


Beyond London: Three residential markets to watch outside the UK capital

Changes to taxation and the much-hyped uncertainty around Brexit contributed to the lacklustre performance of UK residential property throughout 2018. But our opinion is that there are key pockets of opportunity in regional markets throughout the UK. Here are three markets in which we expect to see solid growth in 2019.


New York named top tech city

New York City has ranked first in an index measuring 30 global tech-heavy cities analysed by Savills, with San Francisco in second place and London third.

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