The world has changed rapidly, and how we deliver facilities management services has had to adapt just as quickly. In this episode of Talking Property, we discuss how Microsoft HoloLens is transforming the facilities management sector through immersive communication and accelerating the timeline between fault detection and rectification. Michael Elliott, Environmental Operations Manager at CBRE sits down with Lawrence Crumpton, Microsoft Mixed Reality Solution and Partners Lead for APAC and Miquel Vidal, Head of Mixed, Augmented and Virtual Reality Solutions for CBRE to learn more.
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The Rise of Australia's Life Sciences Sector
18:32The life science industry is expected to be a major growth sector in Australia over the coming years with global pharmaceutical companies expanding their production capabilities across R&D, manufacturing, and distribution. This expansion, backed by Federal Government support is set to solidify Australia’s sovereign capability as the COVID-19 pandemic prompts a greater focus on this sector. So how will this impact occupier and investment activity growth within commercial property and where do we see this sector in ten years?In this episode of Talking Property, Sass J-Baleh Head of Industrial & Logistics Research at CBRE sits down with Julie Phillips, CEO Biodiem Pty Ltd, Jack Walters Head of I&L Transactions at Charter Hall and Chris O’Brien Executive Director, Capital Markets, I&L at CBRE. Together, they take a closer a look at the Australian life sciences sector from pharmaceutical manufacturing and demand for life science assets, through to the types of investor groups showing more interest, major transactions and their predictions for industry growth over the next decade. This episode discusses findings from CBRE research report A New Era of Growth in Life Sciences. To read the full report, click here https://www.cbre.com.au/research-reports/a-new-era-of-growth-in-life-sciences
Next Generation of Residential Real Estate
21:12The Covid-19 pandemic has not only challenged the way we work but also the way we live. So, can the emerging Residential Living Sectors really change our love affair for home ownership and residential property investment?In this episode of Talking Property, our experts shine a spotlight on emerging residential investment asset classes such as Build-to-Rent, Co-Living, PBSA and Affordable Housing and seek to understand what the hype is about and whether they are here to stay.Join CBRE’s Rosie Young, specialist in Purpose Built Student Accommodation & Co-Living and Steph Harper, specialist in Build-to-Rent and Affordable Housing as they unpack this emerging sector. Touching on terminology, commonalities between the sub sectors, demand drivers for investment and how this sector has weathered the Covid-19 pandemic and the current market outlook. To find out more about Residential Living Sectors visit https://www.cbre.com.au/real-estate-services/directory/valuation-advisory-services/residential-living-sectors
A New Era of Life Sciences Growth
23:08The life science industry has seen rapid growth within our region in recent years, supported by expanding demand from Asia Pacific’s large and ageing population and supportive government policies. While global pharmaceutical giants from the U.S. and Europe still dominate the market, Asia Pacific based firms are expanding rapidly, which account for 28% of the global revenue in 2020. In this episode of Talking Property, Henry Chin CBRE’s Global Head of Investor Thought Leadership sits down with Mark Coster Head of Capital Markets, Pacific and David Keenan National Director of Science & Research, Australia. Together, they explore the latest trends, demand drivers, corporate real estate strategies and investment opportunities in major life sciences hubs across the Pacific.The full report can be found at https://apacresearch.cbre.com/en/research-and-reports
Hybrid Working: Leadership Success & Occupancy Planning
25:05Hybrid working was a hot topic in 2020 with organisational leaders around the world reassessing how they operate, while adjusting to a continuously changing environment. In 2021, the term ‘hybrid working’ has become commonplace – but what does it mean and how do organisations implement it successfully?In this episode of Talking Property, we set out to explore what makes or breaks hybrid working, the opportunities it presents for businesses as well as the impact on occupancy planning and how organisations can implement hybrid working as part of their operational model. Hosted by Jess Thomas, Associate Director Workplace Strategy and Change Management with special guests Kirstin Cooper, Senior Workplace Consultant and Chris Pinto, Change and Transformation Manager at CBRE.
To Stay or Go? Evaluating Workplace Solutions
19:59The world has changed rapidly and how we service our clients and provide meaningful solutions has required adaptability at a faster rate than ever before. As we move forward, the traditional workplace and what it offers is evolving too. So, what does this mean for both tenants and landlords? In this episode of Talking Property, we set out to answer the question ‘to stay or to go’ and break down what to consider when reviewing individual workplace non-negotiable's, requirements and objectives. Hosted by Angelo Pavanello Head of Advisory & Transaction Occupier Services for Victoria and South Australia and Jess Ryper, Associate Director from CBRE’s Project Management. Together, they will unpack what it means to assess your individual requirements and arm you with all the tools you need to make informed and sound decisions for your business.
The Future of I&L Property
25:22Imagine a world where your groceries arrive at your front door, delivered by autonomous vehicle or drone without having made an order - your smart fridge has done all of this for you. It might seem like a strange concept, but this is just one of the ways innovations in technology are changing the landscape of the Industrial & Logistics sector. In this episode of Talking Property, James Jorgensen, State Director Industrial & Logistics in Victoria sits down with Christine Miller, CBRE’s Pacific Head of Supply Chain and special guest Michelle McNally, General Manager Group Property at Australia Post. Together, they unpack some of the ways the industry is embracing technology to create stronger, faster and more efficient supply chains in response to the rise in e-commerce, consumerism and changing buyer expectations and make their predictions on what the industry will look like in 2030.
A valuer's view on the Residential property market
14:41Property has seen one of the most significant growth surges in over three decades. In such a fast-paced growth market how do you know what the real-value of a property is, and what lifestyle factors are pushing real estate trends in 2021.In this episode of Talking Property we discuss how Valuers view the current property market and get their expert insight into property watch-outs for the months ahead. Hosted by Kat Hale, National Valuer Care and Development Manager at CBRE with special guests Kate Beekink, Residential Property Valuer in Perth, Western Australia and John Duncan, Certified Practising Valuer on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland.
How technology is shaping Facilities Management
38:29The world has changed rapidly, and how we deliver facilities management services has had to adapt just as quickly. In this episode of Talking Property, we discuss how Microsoft HoloLens is transforming the facilities management sector through immersive communication and accelerating the timeline between fault detection and rectification. Michael Elliott, Environmental Operations Manager at CBRE sits down with Lawrence Crumpton, Microsoft Mixed Reality Solution and Partners Lead for APAC and Miquel Vidal, Head of Mixed, Augmented and Virtual Reality Solutions for CBRE to learn more.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) - Challenging the Paradigm
27:39“We live in a diverse world and a dynamic world, where people are coming into and out of industries in non-traditional ways and with that they bring skills that may not have been relevant to that industry or area 10 years ago. So, hiring managers have to think more broadly and challenge what they think they know about the industry, about the role and the people who apply for it.” Steven MosesIn this episode of Talking Property, we discuss Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) and how individuals and organisations can challenge and shift their paradigms to create a more diverse and inclusive culture for employees. In this episode, Ingrid Massey, Director of Talent, Learning and Diversity at CBRE sits down with Steven Moses, Director of Business Operations, CBRE Property Management Pacific and Jackie Linton, President of JL HR Solutions, President of the Society of Human Resources - Philidelphia Chapter and Steven’s Mum.
Real Estate Market Outlook 2021
30:57It’s fair to say 2020 didn’t play out as anyone expected. The world as we knew it quickly came to a halt in the rise of the COVID pandemic. Cities were locked down, borders closed, and the lights were switched off in office towers around the world. Australian net absorption reached a historic low, while national vacancy surged to highs not experienced since the late 1990’s.In this episode of Talking Property Kate Bailey, Head of Logistics and Retail Research sits down with some of CBRE’s leading experts to get their insights on how the market is shaping up in 2021. Touching on trends across various sectors including Capital Markets with Mark Coster, Hotels with Michael Simpson, Industrial & Logistics with Cameron Grier, Retail with Meagan Wakefield, Office with Mark Curtain and Residential with Jarrod Frazer and Tim Rees. For a more detailed analysis of each sector check out our latest research report Australian Market Outlook 2021.