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JLL’s commercial real estate experts, together with industry leaders, provide a snapshot into the latest developments in the real estate sector impacting our cities, our workplaces, and the broader built environment.

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JLL’s commercial real estate experts, together with industry leaders, provide a snapshot into the latest developments in the real estate sector impacting our cities, our workplaces, and the broader built environment.

    #15 Wellness: Why you can't claim it if you don't measure it, with Andrew Cole, Lendlease; Raefer Wallis, RESET; Matt Clifford, JLL

    #15 Wellness: Why you can't claim it if you don't measure it, with Andrew Cole, Lendlease; Raefer Wallis, RESET; Matt Clifford, JLL

    How has Asia come to have a 17-year head start on the rest of the world in dealing with indoor air quality? How could wearable technology expose companies that don’t track their wellness and sustainability? And is the real estate industry finally ready for a conversation about how buildings can improve peoples’ health?

    This episode feature sustainability experts

    Raefer Wallis, founder and CEO of RESET, Andrew Cole, general manager of sustainability at Lendlease Funds Management Australia; and Matthew Clifford, JLL’s head of energy and sustainability services across Asia Pacific.

    Host: Rebecca Kent, content manager - Australia, JLL

    • 23 min
    #14 Why investors are flocking to the suburbs - with Grant Nichols, Centuria; Luke Billiau, JLL; and Andrew Ballantyne, JLL

    #14 Why investors are flocking to the suburbs - with Grant Nichols, Centuria; Luke Billiau, JLL; and Andrew Ballantyne, JLL

    Commercial real estate investors facing untold months of economic uncertainty are hoping to find stability outside central business districts.

    Alongside droves of people looking to decamp from urban centres, investors are looking further afield after widespread lockdowns and work-from-home mandates.

    Amid an unknown future for CBD offices, investors in suburban centres are encouraged by modern buildings and quality tenants.

    What does the future look like for this segment of the office market?

    This episode features guests Grant Nichols, fund manager, Centuria Office REIT; Luke Billiau, head of capital markets - NSW, JLL; Andrew Ballantyne, head of research - Australia, JLL.

    Host: Rebecca Kent

    • 18 min
    #13 Regional hotels have their moment in the sun - with Jerry Schwartz; Brett Forer, Accor; Geoff York, Crystalbrook Collection; Julian Clark, Lancemore Group; Matthew Burke, STR

    #13 Regional hotels have their moment in the sun - with Jerry Schwartz; Brett Forer, Accor; Geoff York, Crystalbrook Collection; Julian Clark, Lancemore Group; Matthew Burke, STR

    Australia's regional hotels are performing better than ever as COVID-19 state border closures and international travel restrictions force holidaymakers to travel closer to home.
    Rarely do regional hotels outperform their CBD counterparts, but they are now, with an A$18 premium on average room rates.
    And in the words of Australian hotel mogul Jerry Schwartz, "that's really the only good news that we have in the hotel industry: that regional hotels and regional Australia are doing so well."
    So, how are investors, owners and operators capitalising on this regional hotels phenomenon? 
    Plus, could office buildings abandoned by business choosing to work from home, have new life as hotels?
    Hear from:
    Geoff York, acting chief executive and group director at hospitality company Crystalbrook Collection; Julian Clark, chief executive of boutique hotel operator Lancemore Group; Brett Forer, development general manager of Accor’s Pacific hotels; Matthew Burke, Pacific Regional Manager of industry analyst STR; and Jerry Schwartz; director, Schwartz Family Company.
    Host: Rebecca Kent, content manager, JLL

    • 15 min
    #12 Office density, distancing, and Uber tracking - with Michael Taggart and Sean Pereira, JLL Technologies

    #12 Office density, distancing, and Uber tracking - with Michael Taggart and Sean Pereira, JLL Technologies

    Data and accurate analysis of that data will be one of the single defining attributes of businesses to emerge from the health and economic crisis in control and positioned to prosper.
    For the workplace, and office buildings, technologies such as sensors, have been introduced and adapted to provide the right data, specifically to help businesses adjust from density to distancing metrics.
    But creating work spaces to attract the most talented people, buildings to entice the most desirable companies, or investing capital to come out on top, requires leaders to think more broadly.
    Hear from Michael Taggart, Asia Pacific head of go to market, JLL Technologies; and Sean Pereira, Asia Pacific head of business intelligence and analytics, JLL Technologies. 
    Host: Rebecca Kent, content manager, JLL

    • 19 min
    #11 Reimagining the workplace - with Claudette Leeming, Australia Post, and Michael Greene, JLL

    #11 Reimagining the workplace - with Claudette Leeming, Australia Post, and Michael Greene, JLL

    Reflecting on their homeworking experiences during Coronavirus lockdowns, office workers are focusing on three key requirements for the future of work: the flexibility to choose their workplace setting; a place to interact with their colleagues face-to-face; and as little commuting as possible.
    Where does this leave business and real estate leaders trying to grasp what all of this means for their real estate strategy?
    Hear from Michael Green, head of tenant representation - Australia, JLL and Claudette Leeming, head of property strategy and performance, Australia Post, on how to reimagine the post-pandemic workplace.
    Host: Rebecca Kent, content manager - Australia, JLL.

    • 15 min
    #10 Re-cladding unsafe buildings and recovering the costs - with David Bannerman, lawyer, Leif Golder and Duane Loader, JLL

    #10 Re-cladding unsafe buildings and recovering the costs - with David Bannerman, lawyer, Leif Golder and Duane Loader, JLL

    Government funds and legislation are being introduced to help owners replace dangerous cladding from their buildings and recover the costs. But which approach works best?
    Experts, lawyer David Bannerman, JLL project director Duane Loader and residential operations manager Leif Golder provide the lowdown on how varying measures are helping stricken building owners, following shocking building fires at Grenfell Tower in London and the Lacrosse building in Melbourne.
    Listen also for practical advice for replacing unsafe cladding material.
    Host: Rebecca Kent, content manager, JLL

    • 18 min

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