The world is facing an unprecedented combination of structural changes that will fundamentally alter the physical environment around us. The planning model that prevailed through the post-war era is being challenged, with mega-trends like climate, decarbonization, electrification and digitization expected to trigger an estimated $350 trillion re-ordering of value, both financial and human. The UK is at the forefront, as regeneration and reuse, the rising tide of technology, and how we work, live, and learn create new opportunities for innovative real estate development. This session is a far-reaching conversation with some of the people on the front lines of this built environment transition who will share their insights and strategies.
Hear from Steve Weikal, Industry Chair, Real Estate Transformation Lab, MIT Center for Real Estate, Joan Concannon, Director of External Relations & Director of York Festival of Ideas, University of York, Dominic Endicott, Partner, Northstar Ventures, John Cummins, Managing Director, Group Investments, Aviva Group, and Bek Seeley, Managing Director, Development Europe, Lendlease, as they discuss the coming built environment transition.
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