Proptech

Flying Cars And Technological Change: How Will This Change Our Buildings?

William Newton | Posted 31.08.2017 | UK Tech
William Newton

Technology is advancing at an exponential rate. We have already seen technologies which were once at the forefront of innovation quickly become out of touch if they did not continually evolve to remain ahead of the tech curve. Who would have thought ten years ago the rise of the smartphone would make the iPod obsolete?

Time For A Digital Overhaul Of The Planning System?

Peter Madden OBE | Posted 05.06.2017 | UK Tech
Peter Madden OBE

In many ways the planning system has done a good job: trying to balance competing demands for scarce resources and mediating between economic forces and the views of local communities. And, over the years, it has proved remarkably resilient.

Opening The Door: How Proptech Has Usurped The Estate Agent Market

Rajiv Nathwani | Posted 09.03.2017 | UK Tech
Rajiv Nathwani

The growth of proptech has allowed for an incredible shift from an opaque industry to a transparent and accessible one, giving the power back to the renter and landlord while loosening the stronghold estate agents have over buyers and sellers

The Future Of Technology May Be Collaboration, Not Disruption

Babek Ismayil | Posted 23.01.2017 | UK Tech
Babek Ismayil

Why? The simple fact is that consumers are more likely to trust established names with what will likely be the largest transaction of their lives. This might change for some segments of the market, but it is difficult to see it changing the whole market.