“It’s been a busy week as we revealed our new logo which you’ll now see on our website and social media channels – and we’re super excited about it.
“There was also lots of Build to Rent news and again we see the importance of proptech and tech innovations. It has been great to see the highest digital connectivity certification was awarded in the residential sector, and that the Housing and BTR Conference will take place virtually for the first time.”Bea Patel, Editor, BTR News
In the news this week
Connected Living London – a partnership between Transport for London (TfL) and Build to Rent developer Grainger – have submitted planning for new homes at Enfield tube station.
With the real estate market slowed down due to the coronavirus pandemic, many property companies are eager to see what will happen to the markets.
As the real estate sector looks to leverage the wave of innovation and technology that has been accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic, global investors have provided significant investment in Asian PropTech VC Taronga Ventures.
LGIM Real Assets (Legal & General) announces its 479-home Build to Rent scheme in Walthamstow – Blackhorse Mills – is the first residential building to achieve a WiredScore Gold certification.
Simple Life Build to Rent homes cater for first time renters to families, and drone footage features Prescot Park’s Build to Rent site on Liverpool’s doorstep.
The Housing and Build to Rent Conference hosted by Built Environment Networking has moved online, as Government restrictions remain in place.