Jess Harrold and EG editor Sam McClary start the year by sharing their enthusiasm for Lego, and addressing her four major themes for real estate during 2022.
McClary shares her views on the importance of leadership, the need for better communication - particularly with the government - and the fast pace of transformation. But which is the fourth key word for 2022 that gives her the "warm and fuzzies"? Tune in to find out - and to hear her pitch the Lego Group for an EG interview.
On the Case: Supreme Court rules on Telecoms Code
EG Like Sunday Morning: The talent show
What does the government’s white paper on residential tenancy reform mean for the sector?
Leaning in and learning: How the latest Future Leaders transformed us
Is Swansea the UK’s most ambitious city?
Bricks & Mortar: A new networking initiative to support the SME housebuilder of tomorrow
EG Like Sunday Morning: Better the Damian we know
EG Like Sunday Morning: John Lewis homes and the value of hope
Voice of the Region Capital Edition: City Fringe – Lessons from the cool kids
Fundamentals of the Future: Tooling up the advisory sector for a more sustainable future
Vaseline, Pandas, Abba and Bricks: Inside the upcoming JLL Property Triathlon
EG Like Sunday Morning: EG and ER across the decades, in our Platinum Jubilee special
Bricks & Mortar: ULI’s outgoing Young Leaders Group (Europe) chair, William Riordan, reflects on his two-year term
In on the Act: Martin Dray discusses the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022
EG Future Leaders: The secret to effecting change in real estate
EG Like Sunday Morning: The Elizabeth Line, ESG and menstrual health
Fundamentals of the Future: Turning over a new leaf for green leases
Canary Wharf’s Khan on Crossrail
EG Like Sunday Morning: Inflation’s impact on real estate... and a deflating farewell
Bricks & Mortar: Vikki Aitkenhead and Laura Chappell on the benefits of mentoring
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