Property Summit reflects urgency of familiar issues
Participants in the
At the dawn of a new decade, housing supply, system change and sustainability made a return appearance at the seventh annual Business Post property summit last week after dominating the event the year before.
This time around, the urgency of those issues had intensified, refracted through the lens of a blinding global pandemic. Recovery, adaptability, technological advances and the looming implications of Brexit also prevailed.
Aidan Gavin, managing director of Cushman & Wakefield...
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