PropCast is a property podcast by Blackstock Consulting. PropCast covers issues across the whole of the real estate market; from finance and funding through to development and construction.
#142: Hyde Housing’s CEO welcomes landmark legal victory
In the latest episode of BossCast, Andy Hulme, CEO of Hyde Housing, talks to Blackstock Consulting’s founder Andrew Teacher about the housing association’s recent legal victory over a construction contractor, and how the property industry can do better on equality and diversity.
#143: Social value requires holistic thinking, say Grosvenor and COCREATIF
In the latest episode of PropCast, Kate Nottidge, director of social impact at Grosvenor, and Dr Eime Tobari, social value strategist and founder of COCREATIF, join Blackstock’s founder Andrew Teacher to discuss the challenges in defining and delivering social impact in real estate.
#141: The next frontier in diversity is levelling the field of senior leadership
The property industry has come a long way to create a more diverse environment, but there is still much more to do to ensure its inclusive nature in the long term. In the latest episode of PropCast, Martin Prince-Parrott, Founder of SUB\URBAN WORKSHOP and Muyiwa Oki, Architectural Manager at Mace and a 2023 RIBA Presidential candidate discuss barriers, corporate social responsibility and how the built environment can be more diverse.
#140: Real estate needs more ‘cognitive diversity’, Canary Wharf tells BossCast
In the latest episode of BossCast, Canary Wharf Group’s managing director of people, culture and customer experience Jane Hollinshead speaks about the areas where real estate has been successful in championing equality, diversity and inclusion, and the lengths it still has to go.
#139: Data can unlock Europe’s €50 trillion SFR sector, says proptech pioneer
IMMO’s co-founder Samantha Kempe explains how tech is helping institutional investors access single-family rental (SFR) and in the latest episode of BossCast with Andrew Teacher, she sets out her stall for why the most sustainable buildings are the ones already built.
#138: Active ownership preferable to divestment, Norges tells PropCast
In the latest ESG episode of PropCast, Christopher Wright, Norges Bank Investment Management’s head of ESG risk monitoring, explains how the sovereign wealth fund uses its size and influence to guide its investments towards better ESG outcomes.
Great listen. High quality audio and guests
A fun and informative series that covers tons of ground in a fun and highly entertaining manner. Makes sense of many big issues affecting our cities.
Informative and accessible podcast that really helped me learn about the industry - so glad I came across it!
Worth a listen for anyone who works in property and real estate