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The future of commercial property in the post-Covid world

The future of commercial property in the post-Covid world

By Zvi Noé (pictured), founding partner of Capreon, Noé Group – There’s no denying that many trends rapidly accelerated over the course of the pandemic. This is nothing new. With Covid-19 restrictions forcing people to stay at home, there was an absolute necessity to use technology for everyday tasks. The result was a fundamental shift in the way people work and shop, thus having wide repercussions for the commercial property industry.

RESEARCH

UK retail investment rebounds

UK retail investment rebounds

Investment in UK retail property is beginning to rebound with transaction  volumes totalling GBP2.76 billion in the first half of the year, up 80 per cent on the same period in 2020, according to new analysis from Knight Frank.

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N A S Invest Group expands business into the Northern European market

N A S Invest Group expands business into the Northern European market

Investor and asset manager N A S Invest Group (N A S) is expanding its business into the Nordic region. In partnership with a multi-family office serving prominent Danish business owners, the Frankfurt-based company has established a new joint venture based in Copenhagen with the medium-term objective of building a diversified real estate portfolio in the northern European countries.

RESEARCH

Savills predicts demand for operational real estate across Europe forecasting top 'youthful' and 'aged' cities

Savills predicts demand for operational real estate across Europe forecasting top 'youthful' and 'aged' cities

As part of its latest Global Living research, Savills has identified the cities and regions in Europe that in five years’ time will be particularly ‘youthful’, having the largest share of people aged 20-39, and those that will be the most ‘aged’, with the highest number of people aged 65 or older. 

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Flex education: Why we need to adopt a new approach to post-pandemic working

Flex education: Why we need to adopt a new approach to post-pandemic working

By Alex Brunner, COO, Clockwise – Over the last year there has been no shortage of predictions about the post-pandemic future of work filling airwaves and thought pieces in the UK. The office was proclaimed dead: our work-from-home reality would become a permanent party of sourdough, home-schooling, and a work-life balance tipped firmly towards the latter. A winter locked inside soon changed the forecast.