New technology can help city regions tackle complex economic, social and environmental challenges by enabling strategic planning to be done more easily and effectively, according to a new paper published by the Royal Town Planning Institute.
As Government-backed research base Sensor City welcomes its first tech start-up tenants, Place North West visits the 25,000 sq ft building which is the first piece in Liverpool's university enterprise zone.
The Northern Arc proposal led by Ryder Architecture and Arup has been selected as one of ten winners in the Hyperloop One Global Challenge, a competition to see where pod-based high-speed transport systems could be implemented.
Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow, and Leeds will be the digital tech start-up hotspots of the future, rated by a mixture of house price affordability, volume of related jobs and the growth potential of their tech economies, according to research by online estate agent HouseSimple.com.
The property adviser has agreed a deal with US online platform VTS which will see agents, initially in the Central London leasing and asset management teams, manage deal activity, identify trends and quantify portfolio performance.
In the first of an occasional series reviewing the technology being adopted by property professionals, William Taylor, finance and operations director of Braemar Estates, explains why he loves his 3D camera.