AREF’s Education and Training Committee in collaboration with AREF FutureGen held a panel discussion on how the Wellness trend is influencing the real estate strategies of occupiers and landlords.
Hosted by Schroders, the panel discussed lessons and corporate motivations for Schroders new HQ building, Landid’s conviction to deliver the first Landlord ‘WELL Certified’ building in the UK (The Porter Building in Slough) as well as how valuers and the investors market have adapted to the trend of Wellness.
Key note speaker:
Charlotte Jacques, Head of Sustainability and Impact Investing, Schroders Real Estate
The panel consisted of:
- Charlotte Jacques, Head of Sustainability and Impact Investing, Schroders Real Estate
- Dr Lee Elliott, Partner, Global Head of Occupier Research at Knight Frank and co-author of the (Y)OUR SPACE report, which looks at the the future of the global workplace.
- Clare Thomas, Partner at CMS CMNO and co-author of the Smart, Healthy, Agile CMS thought leadership report, which highlights new ways of thinking about office space.
- Chris Hiatt, Director at Landid and developer of the first 'WELL Certified' building in the UK, The Porter Building
- Michael Brodtman, Exec Director Valuations Advisory at CBRE
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