Publications


Robert Bond’s presentation on “Smart properties, data protection & cyber reservoirs”
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Seminar: Nov 2016 -Speakers “Infinity and beyond….Well 5 years hence anyway!”

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AGM keynote address – Bob Thompson ” Real Estate & a potential Brexit”

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Seminar “The new age of Hospitable Buildings” Our speakers from left: Jeremy Day, Geraldine Bear, Roger Parslow, Bridget Hardy, Rob Harris, Julian Griffith, Mark Smith

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Breakfast #8 – Teresa Edmund & Ed Glass of Bristows “MEES (Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards)- thinking ahead”

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Breakfast #7 – Antony Slumbers of Estates Today “Ten Technology changes impacting Real Estate

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Breakfast #6 – Suzanne Hooks of Bristows engaged us on Going GAGA over lease guarantees

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Breakfast #5 – Bob Thompson of Remit Consulting engaged us on The Future of Industrial Property & Connectivity

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Spring Seminar 28th April 2015, Property in Politics

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2015 Breakfast #4 16th April 2015, “How to to make make people fall in love with a piece of wood and then sell it to them for a premium….. some insight on brand design and adding value to what we do
As well as wood.. Charles has designed the brands of Bain & Co, Mercedes & Remit Consulting”

Charles Longbottom, Partner at The Marchhare Ltd, a niche brand & marketing consultancy

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2015 Breakfast #3 19th March 2015, The year of How & Why, Antony Slumbers, Estates Today

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2015 Breakfast #2 19th February The changing workplace & future office, Rob Harris, Ramidus

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2015 Breakfast #1 15th January Co-working Spaces by Bridget Hardy, Integrans

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Spring Seminar 30th April 2014

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For more information on presentation content contact, Andrew Waller at Remit Consulting and Robert Bond at Speechly Bircham

The Elephant in The Room – Published July 2013

The Elephant In The Room – Research Report 31 July 2013

As discussed at the FCRE Winter Seminar on 10th December 2013

Flexible Agile Smart – Published March 2013

Call it what you will – the transformation of work and workplaces to cater for the demands and aspirations of agile flexible organisations and an increasingly mobile workforce is escalating.
The Federation of Corporate Real Estate (FCRE), the Federation of Property Societies (FPS) and The Association of Chief Estates Surveyors and Property Managers in the Public Sector (ACES) came together in 2010 to establish an internship for a research study to demonstrate the mechanics of the rationale, the implementation and the measures of success of different workplace transformation projects in the public and private sectors.
The research examined the reasons why organisations pursue a workplace transformation programme looking at the holistic process by which a workplace programme evolves through to implementation and the subsequent utilisation of the physical workspace. It concluded with the development of three scenarios summing up the motivations and benefits of three drivers of workplace transformation and the circumstances in which they apply.

View the Reports:

Flexible Organisations Main Report (PDF 2.17Mb)

Case Studies Full Reports (PDF 2.18Mb)

The aim of the Federation is to promote best practice, provide a bridge from the Corporate to the real estate world, to educate, and to raise the general awareness of our members’ skills in the corporate world.

The Federation will:
• Provide thought leadership on issues affecting CRE
• Promote best practice in CRE
• Organise and lead lobbying efforts on behalf of Members and CRE generally
• Act as a voice for CRE
• Commission and publish relevant research
• Act as a catalyst for CRE education
• Enable networking amongst CRE professionals through conferences and other social/learning events.

 

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