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Welcome to TechTalk Radio, a weekly podcast brought to you by real estate intelligence provider EG. Each week TechTalk Radio hosts Emily Wright and Samantha McClary bring you interviews with the brightest brains in all things technology, data and innovation in the world of real estate. Listen in for everything from the impact of AI on human jobs to how tech will enable us to build better, cleaner and more useful environments for generations to come, with a little light entertainment thrown in.
 
Shava Sadhana is a sanskrit term meaning meditation on a dead body. The meditating person sits down on a fresh corpse on the cremation ground and calls for the mother Smashan Kali who dwells there with immaterial spirits, so that she can possess the dead body and get in contact with the meditating person. Swamiji Shree Shree Kalidasha, the creator of the project Shava Sadhana, travelled to Calcutta many times on his numerous journeys to India. Calcutta, the centre of the Kali-cult, has fasci ...
 
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Two identical acronyms are the focus of this month's research podcast from EG; as the introduction of space standards in residential Permitted Development Rights proposals compel us to take a look at the last six months of planning applications via Radius, and assess what the numbers mean for the future of PDR. The second element is less of a stand…
 
Amanda and I had a great conversation about the healing properties of creating and specifically with mixed media. Amanda one of the amazing presenters from our February Loving Healing Creating Summit. Amanda is a mixed media artist, who also explores the use of art and creativity on health & mental well-being including its use with dementia & carin…
 
In this episode of the EG Property Podcast, EG editor Samantha McClary is in conversation with Simon Bird of architecture firm LOM, talking about the juxtaposition of property’s love for a tall building and the sector’s commitment to net zero carbon development. Is it possible to really build environmentally friendly tall buildings? Is a trophy bui…
 
In this week’s episode of EG Like Sunday Morning, EG editor Samantha McClary steps in while deputy legal editor Jess Harrold continues to gorge himself on Easter eggs to talk about what has been keeping the EG news team busy over the past few days. Joining the podcast are deputy editor Tim Burke and London reporter Alex Daniel to talk future of off…
 
Welcome to The New Methodology, a new podcast collaboration between EG editor Samantha McClary and founder of Freestate Adam Scott. In this five-part series Sam and Adam will be talking to guest about what really makes real estate tick. But they will be looking at the sector from a different angle as they investigate a new methodology for developme…
 
David Richman wrote a wonderful book sharing the stories of people whose lives have been touched by cancer 'Cycle of Lives'. He then cycled around the country to meet each one of the people he had interviewed for the book. You won't want to miss this one. David is an author, public speaker, and endurance athlete, David's mission is to form deeper h…
 
In this special episode of the EG Property Podcast, EG editor Samantha McClary is chatting with Louise Wyman, strategic director of growth and development at Manchester city council about the city’s green ambitions and its intention to become a place that is synonymous with social value. Recorded as part of EG’s Future of Manchester event, Louise s…
 
In this special episode of the EG Property Podcast, EG editor Samantha McClary is talking with co-chair of the Greater Manchester LEP Lou Cordwell about what makes Manchester great. Recorded as part of EG’s Future of Manchester event, the pair take a look at one of the city’s booming industries – digital broadcasting – and how that is enabling Manc…
 
In this special episode of the EG Property podcast EG editor Samantha McClary sits down with Andy Burnham to talk about the outlook for Manchester and the city region. Recorded as part of EG’s Future of Manchester event, the pair talk about how the city and city region has fared during the coronavirus pandemic, how the city plans to be a leader whe…
 
In this episode of Resi Talks, EG’s residential editor Emma Rosser and guests dig into the growing momentum behind calls for retirement housing reform. A year in lockdown has shone a light on housing for the elderly and most vulnerable. Just last week, 40 signatories backed an open letter to the prime minister Boris Johnson calling for support to e…
 
Joining Sarah Jackman for this week’s episode of Bricks & Mortar is James Bircumshaw, infrastructure manager at Skyports – a company which owns and operates infrastructure for urban aviation and manages end-to-end drone deliveries. Although James has spent the last couple of years working in a tech start-up environment, he began his career in a mor…
 
Cynthia and I had a wonderful conversation about the healing aspects of art and creativity. Cynthia Hauk is the Founder of Mindful Creative Muse, she primarily works with overwhelmed, busy, and self-critical women to help them de-stress and embrace their Inner Critic with calming Mindful Art activities. She also works with Art and Yoga Teachers, Li…
 
A year on from the first Covid-19 lockdown, many lenders to the commercial real estate market have battened down the hatches, focusing on their best, existing clients and limiting new lending. What next for the market as signs of distress emerge? How are banks and other lenders working to ensure responsible dealmaking during the next phase of the c…
 
In this episode of EG’s TechTalk Radio EG editor Samantha McClary talks to Olly Freedman from ReTransform, MRI Software’s Richard Belgrave and Angelica Donati, chief executive of Donati S.p.a & Donati Immobiliare Group about AI and machine learning in real estate. Over the course of the 35-minute discussion they discuss everything from what AI and …
 
In this episode of EG’s TechTalk Radio EG editor Samantha McClary talks to Olly Freedman from ReTransform, MRI Software’s Richard Belgrave and Angelica Donati, chief executive of Donati S.p.a & Donati Immobiliare Group about AI and machine learning in real estate. Over the course of the 35-minute discussion they discuss everything from what AI and …
 
Editor Sam McClary and deputy editor Tim Burke join Jess Harrold to discuss the wealth of ESG material in this week's EG - including a detailed look at the Australian energy efficiency rating system known as NABERS, and how the major players are approaching the task of hitting net zero targets. Together, they also round up the latest news, share de…
 
Jess Harrold talks to award-winning barrister Brie Stevens-Hoare QC, co-head of Hardwicke Chambers, about the pandemic's impact on property and landlord and tenant relations, and the current state of diversity and inclusion in real estate, particularly in respect of LGBTQ+. Stevens-Hoare offers candid advice to would-be allies who are reticent to g…
 
Damian Wild is joined by Mark Farmer for the latest Future of Real Estate podcast. Five years on since his landmark report brought modern methods of construction to real estate’s mainstream, Farmer says he hopes to see its influence extend beyond residential and into infrastructure and commercial real estate. MMC also has a big role to play in meet…
 
Carol and I spoke about her passion for things that keep her sane, such as music and movement. For her they start out as hobbies but then become money makers such as her private music lessons, play-shops, and fitness. Her days are NEVER dull! When people used to ask Carol what she does for a living for the past 14 years or so, she would simplify by…
 
In this episode of the EG Property Podcast EG editor Samantha McClary is joined by John Davies, head of sustainability at Derwent London, Louise Ellison, head of sustainability at Hammerson and chair of the Better Buildings Partnership, and Savannah de Savary, founder and chief executive of Built ID to talk about renewable energy in real estate. Th…
 
Joining Sarah Jackman in the studio today are not one, but three, guests: Vanessa Hale, Head of Insights & Residential Research at BNP Paribas and chair of ULI UK, Yohance Harper, associate partner at Quadrant Estates and Mo O’Connell, quantity surveyor at Gardiner & Theobald. Both Yohance and Mo are ULI Young Leaders and all three are involved in …
 
Editor Sam McClary and news editor Pui-Guan Man join Jess Harrold to review the week, beginning with the launch of 'season three' of EG's Future Leaders program. McClary discusses what's different this time, what the latest cohort can expect to get out of participation, and the lessons she has learned along the way from our Future Leaders. Then, Ma…
 
John Lewis, Marks & Spencer and Debenhams have all been in the headlines in the opening quarter of this year. All retailers consolidating, shuttering and reimagining traditional stores in the face of an increasingly turbulent retail environment exacerbated by the unprecedented circumstances of the last twelve months. This episode sees EG’s in-house…
 
I had a great conversation with April about how she has embraced and studied extensively the magical side of her sexuality for over 20 years and is now combining all of her talents into the Sacred Sisterhood of Sexuality. April lives to empower women and has been doing so for over two decades. As a midwife, she has empowered women through one of th…
 
In this episode of the EG Property Podcast, EG editor Samantha McClary speaks to experts from JLL, Savills, Oxford Properties, Octopus Real Estate and Taylor Wessing to talk about what good needs to look like in the industry if it is really to deliver a working environment for everyone. Listen in as they talk about the need to challenge and be chal…
 
News editor Pui-Guan Man and retail and industrial analyst James Child share their considerable expertise when it comes to the plight of the high street, looking forward to the easing of lockdown and what it will mean for retailers. Casting their minds even further ahead, what could our high streets and shopping centres look like five or ten years …
 
Herbert Smith Freehills partners join Jess Harrold to discuss the firm’s new report – Forearmed: a real estate disputes guide to likely trends in 2021 and beyond. Head of real estate dispute resolution Matthew Bonye, head of planning Matthew White and, from the restructuring/insolvency team, John Chetwood, each address key points raised in the repo…
 
A year on from the start of the first Covid-19 lockdown, the pressures of huge changes to our work and working practices have made wellbeing and mental health an unavoidable topic for business. Having felt our way in the dark for much of the past 12 months, the vaccine rollout is now the clearest sign of light at the end of the tunnel, but how can …
 
Angela and I spoke of the healing light of creation and our love of sharing what we know and love. A twenty-five year love affair with watercolor has taught Angela Fehr that it is the heart that gives life to our art. “There is something about the fluidity of pairing paint and water and allowing them to collaborate on a page that is so captivating.…
 
Maureen mostly works intuitively and is passionate about sharing the process with others so they may know that they have the answers within themselves if they just listen and are willing to go deep. We talked about the healing journey of creativity and how it can help you to open up into your most authentic self. Maureen is an artist, she has been …
 
In this special edition of the EG TechTalk Radio podcast, EG editor Samantha McClary is in conversation with a collection of judges for EG’s upcoming Tech Awards to find out a little bit more about what they will be looking for in submissions this year and just how excited they are for the virtual extravaganza that will be the EG Tech Awards. But t…
 
In this special edition of the EG TechTalk Radio podcast, EG editor Samantha McClary is in conversation with a collection of judges for EG’s upcoming Tech Awards to find out a little bit more about what they will be looking for in submissions this year and just how excited they are for the virtual extravaganza that will be the EG Tech Awards. But t…
 
In this final instalment of EG’s careers trilogy, Bricks & Mortar host, Sarah Jackman is joined for a final time by Nick Carman – Partnership Director at Macdonald & Company, a specialist recruitment consultancy for the real estate and built environment sectors – for a look at how to succeed at the interview. Carman discusses the three different ty…
 
This week news editor Pui-Guan Man and London and offices reporter Alex Daniel join Jess Harrold to take on the big event of the week: the Budget. Between them, they cover everything real estate needs to know about the chancellor's announcements — as well as a few items that didn't get crossed off the Budget bingo card, and how the property industr…
 
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has set out his spending plans to tackle the economic costs arising from the Covid-19 pandemic. Corporation tax hikes, more support measures for businesses and new levelling-up investments were among the key takeaways. But has the Budget addressed real estate’s needs and will it foster investment? And what’s in store for the …
 
This year the EG Awards are back with a vengeance. With the light at the end of Covid lockdown tunnels looking ever brighter, the team at EG are increasingly hopeful that we will be celebrating the very many and deserving winners of this years awards with you, face-to-face at the Grosvenor House hotel on 28 October. Contingency plans are always in …
 
Editor Sam McClary and deputy editor Tim Burke join Jess Harrold to round up the week, beginning with an in-depth discussion of the results of EG's latest LGBTQ+ in real estate survey. The findings offer a mix of positive steps forward, disappointments and some depressing stories that highlight exactly how far real estate needs to go to be a truly …
 
In another Future of Real Estate podcast, Damian Wild speaks to UK Hospitality’s CEO Kate Nicholls about the impact on the sector of a third lockdown, and how recovery is some way off despite good news on the vaccine front. Nicholls warns that much of the sector will collapse without help from government and support from landlords. And she says tha…
 
I talked with Cherie Phillips about the healing effects of intentional art practices and how she used creativity to heal her own self before venturing out to help others. Cherie Phillips is a self taught artist and therapeutic art coach helping women to find healing, hope and faith through the process of art. She combines the ancient practice of Re…
 
Fresh changes are likely to be ahead for the UK's real estate investment trusts. Treasury consultations on asset holding companies and the broader UK fund regime include various proposals, large and small, for altering how REITs are managed and treated. The hope is that these changes will encourage more funds to set up shop in the UK, bolstering th…
 
In this episode of EG’s TechTalk Radio, EG editor Samantha McClary sits down with founder of Appear Here Ross Bailey and its lead data scientist Alex Nussbacher to talk about data driven decisions and how the industry needs to embrace tech to build a new future, particularly for retail. Leaning on learnings from Appear Here’s recently published rep…
 
In this episode of EG’s TechTalk Radio, EG editor Samantha McClary sits down with founder of Appear Here Ross Bailey and its lead data scientist Alex Nussbacher to talk about data driven decisions and how the industry needs to embrace tech to build a new future, particularly for retail. Leaning on learnings from Appear Here’s recently published rep…
 
This week's Bricks & Mortar sees series host Sarah Jackman return to the virtual studio for the second instalment in the careers trilogy with Nick Carman, Partnership Director at Macdonald & Company, a specialist recruitment consultancy for the real estate and built environment sectors. In this episode, they discuss the value of using online platfo…
 
EG editor Sam McClary stars in the latest episode of EG Like Sunday Morning, joining Jess Harrold to discuss her week. McClary expands on her latest leader, explaining why she feels London needs a bit of love - and gives her view on the "Marble Arch Mound". Then, how will she fare in the first EG Like Sunday Morning quiz of the week? Plus more on w…
 
In the second episode of the Resi Talks podcast, EG's residential editor Emma Rosser is back with L&Q’s new chief executive Fiona Fletcher-Smith. Fletcher-Smith was previously development director and has this year taken the helm, following the departure of David Montague after 33 years at the housing association. A month into her new role, the pai…
 
In this episode of the EG Property Podcast, EG editor Samantha McClary talks to Homes England chief executive Nick Walkley to talk about the impact he has had at the government agency and what happens next. In it Walkley talks about why he doesn’t want to be labelled a great leader and why his greatest legacy will be other members of the team leavi…
 
This monthly podcast series from EG sees in-house analysts James Child and Graham Shone delve into the world of data, research and analysis to provide up-to-the-minute insights on market drivers. In the inaugural episode, a pitch to spend 25 minutes reading numbers directly from an Excel document was rejected. Instead, Shone talks through his lates…
 
Sharan and I had a really powerful conversation about mindset, and she even shared her story of manifesting a free car, which led us into the conversation about being clear in our manifesting. With 20 years in the Corporate Banking World & spending most of her spare time over the last 15 years on her own Personal Development & Growth....Shining the…
 
Alice Hawker of Selborne Chambers explains the High Court decision in Criterion Buildings Ltd v McKinsey & Co, Inc (United Kingdom) and another [2021] EWHC 216 (Ch); [2021] PLSCS 31 - a £2.3m service charges dispute between management consultancy McKinsey and its former landlord of office premises in the famous Criterion Building in Piccadilly Circ…
 
In this episode of the EG Property Podcast, EG editor Samantha McClary is joined by IJD Consulting director Jane Hollinshead to talk about social mobility in real estate. The industry has the reputation of being one full of privately educated, posh boys (and girls), but is it really and, more importantly, does it have to be? Listen in as the pair d…
 
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