The built environment's forum for the future
The World Built Environment Forum is an initiative of RICS, the leading international professional body in the sector. We have a formal public interest remit and our work aims to ensure that markets operate in the best interests of society. Our mission is to advance discussions of critical importance to the built and natural environment, inspiring positive and sustainable change for a prosperous and inclusive future.
The World Built Environment Forum will:
Real estate is evolving. New and emerging drivers of change lead us to conclude that we need new, innovative approaches to real estate design, delivery, occupation and management. Join this panel discussion exploring the innovative solutions driving change in the built environment.
The property market is increasingly adopting automated valuation models with speed, cost and the removal of ‘human errors’ among the driving factors, but adoption also comes with challenges.
City stakeholders have always used data and information about people and activity to help make decisions to boost economic growth, productivity, welfare and health. How are new technologies, innovation and approaches being used to improve social good?
Consumers are increasingly making sustainable lifestyle choices, but when it comes down to the money, is this transition carrying over to their personal investment decisions? Kate Capocci, Associate Director and co-manager of the Tilney Sustainable funds, assesses changing investment trends in sustainability and investor behaviour.