“There’s been a range of Build to Rent news this week and it’s been particularly interesting to hear about the coalition of major contractors – who are calling for Covid-19 tech solutions that will elevate health and safety in the construction industry.
“We also attended the first virtual Build to Rent and Housing Conference which saw some important topics discussed by industry experts. We’ll be bringing you these insights in the coming week.”Nick Biring, Co-founder, BTR News
In the news this week
Canadian developer – Carttera – reveal plans at one of Aberdeen’s most historical sites.
Covid-19 is a generational event that will impact the way people live, work and behave long after the pandemic has been controlled and a vaccine produced. But what will the impact be on the Build to Rent sector?
Four major contractors call for Covid-19 tech solutions in response to the ‘new normal’ – to elevate health and safety in the construction industry.
Savills has been appointed to seek an investment partner for Eiffage – to support their Build to Rent pipeline in Poland.
The Broad Street development will see the regeneration of an underutilised site in a prime location in Birmingham, as proposals have been submitted for a city centre tower.
Covid-19 has reshaped our lives – but what could this mean for the Build to Rent sector?
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