With over 1bn users contributing information, everyone can be a “surveyor”, says Google’s Ed Parsons
TECHTALK RADIO Property remains very conservative in the way it uses data, says Google’s Ed Parsons
Social media and digital mentions are fast becoming influential factors for the profile of cities
Daniel Libeskind talks to EG about reviving the Ground Zero district and creating inclusive places
Mastercard’s executive VP of global cities delivered a keynote at EG’s Tech Live event at MIPIM
LISTEN: The architect talks about designing for inclusivity and embracing tragedy
A BPF-commissioned report reveals the UK as a tech leader
Tishman boss among signatories to grovelling open letter after Amazon drops Long island HQ2 plans.
EG hears from the man behind the new iterations of workspace across the broadcaster’s portfolio
LISTEN Developer Jay Cross talks to EG about the $20bn, 28-acre Hudson Yards scheme in Manhattan
Tech:NYC executive director says new firms are emerging in a tougher more regulated environment.
Firm will no longer be opening an HQ in Long Island City in New York following public opposition
The Matterport chief executive on his goal of creating “Google Maps for the built environment”
New boss RJ Pittman talks about his ambitious plans and life beyond Apple, Google and eBay.
Legal & General is partnering with Goldacre Noé to take a 50% stake in the £230m Kao Data Campus
Tech will change the face of industry and how we work, says former prime minister.
EG talks to the founder of Sidewalk Labs – one of the biggest names in urban innovation
The Oodi provides the city’s citizens with a civic space filled with more than just books.
Traditional real estate developers have key role to play in the delivery of digital districts.
LISTEN Dan Doctoroff reveals why Sidewalk Toronto is his most complicated project yet
LISTEN John Abbott, Land Registry director of data and technology, talks digital transformation.
Andrew Marr stands in for Laura Kuenssberg at the BCO dinner on a historic evening for UK politics
New proptech directory gets more than 1,000 registrations in first 24 hours.
The global rating scheme for digital connectivity has announced its newest board member
Ahead of its global rollout, EG tours WeMrkt’s Chelsea outpost in New York
LISTEN On this week’s TechTalk Radio, the founders of PropCoin discuss cryptocurrency in real estate
The former CTO of New York City is hoping Mastercard will become a global leader in city development
The Zaha Hadid-designed penthouse in New York City has been listed for $50m
LISTEN: If passenger drones are the future of travel, where will they land and take off from?
The mammoth regeneration projects are fast becoming anchor points in their respective cities
LISTEN: EG speaks to Robbert Heekelaar, Prologis’s vice-president of architecture and emerging tech
The president of Related Hudson Yards on New York’s newest neighbourhood
Does the mix of sartorial styles in New York mean property and tech are finally getting serious?
Five experts speak their mind on current affairs in the proptech realm
Tech:NYC’s Julie Samuels on why the next swath of tech giants will have a rough time
Brookfield’s Ric Clark on the slow road to tech adoption
EG talks to SquareFoot founder Jonathan Wasserstrum at MIPIM Proptech in New York.
LISTEN: It is time for District Technologies to secure a presence in the US, says Vanessa Butz
Listen: The industry is adopting and accepting technology, says CBRE’s Nick Wright
Charlie Pool’s Stowga platform is set for a worldwide expansion that will take it to the next level
The digital rating scheme has raised a fund to address growing global demand from occupiers
LISTEN: VTS’s Brandon Weber and Nick Romito talk hand-holding, parachuting and future plans
LISTEN: Stowga chief executive Charlie Pool discusses the firm’s expansion
Developers and landowners are being accused of scuppering widespread connectivity. But given lines of communication around who is responsible for keeping the UK connected, is this fair?
LISTEN: On this week’s episode of Tech Talk Radio, host Emily Wright is joined by EG Editor Damian Wild as the battle of the alpha continues.
Over the next 13 weeks the 10 selected start-ups will work in Toronto to refine their business plans, accelerate their fundraising strategies and develop presentations
The British Council of Offices’ new president, Katrina Kostic Samen, sets out her agenda to embrace diversity, inclusivity and modernity, as well as a focus on occupiers
After a drawn-out, painful recession, real estate in the Netherands this year became one of Europe’s most popular investment markets. Where does it go from here?
Tech Talk Radio: Emily Wright is joined by guest co-host Karl Tomusk to chat to Will Andrich, chief executive of real estate blockchain firm Thaler, about cryptocurrencies and more
Three new tech start-ups backed by government could help renters with no credit rating improve their chances of getting a mortgage