The Real Estate Revolution is here!More information: Healthcare, Housing, Industrial & logistics, Local Government, London, Historical Environment & Townscape, Offices, Retail & Leisure, Town Centre, Transport & Infrastructure

17th November 2019

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    Samuel Blake
    Partner, Development & Valuation Consultancy
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  • Co-Authors

    Rob Bower
    Managing Partner, Central Management
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  • Alan Harris
    Head of Town Centre Sector, Development & Valuation Consultancy
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  • Julian Stephenson
    Partner, Planning, Historic Environment & Townscape
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  • Dr Chris Miele
    Partner, Planning, Historic Environment & Townscape
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  • Craig Blatchford
    Head of Planning, Planning, Historic Environment & Townscape
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  • Adrian Owen
    Partner, Commercial Agency and Advisory
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  • Gary Howes
    Partner, Development & Valuation Consultancy
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  • John Tinley
    Partner, Property Management
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The Fourth Industrial Revolution and the planning and development lifecycle.

HERACLITUS ONCE SAID, THE ONLY CONSTANT IS CHANGE, AND THAT IS CERTAINLY TRUE.

Real estate stands out as an example of an industry that has managed to survive a long uninterrupted period of little change in terms of required services and means of delivering those services. But like most industries, it is now meeting disruption head on in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR4).

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