NextGen Perspectives

Urie Michael Gtmi
By Michael Urie

LREF NextGen Debate 2019: The impact of flexible working - Part 1

NextGen professionals from across the built environment debated the impact of flexible working on wellbeing, at the London Real Estate Forum 2019. Team One discuss their thoughts and argue that increased flexible working has a negative impact on mental health in the capital.

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Urie Michael Gtmi
By Michael Urie

LREF NextGen Debate 2019: The impact of flexible working - Part 2

Arguing that flexible working has a positive impact on mental health and wellbeing, NextGen professionals from across the built environment take part in the London Real Estate Forum NextGen debate 2019.

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Urie Michael Gtmi
By Michael Urie

NextGen Perspectives on...Tackling Talent Post-Brexit

How can the industry futureproof acquisition and retention of young talent through design? And how can we prevent a talent drain after Brexit?

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Urie Michael Gtmi
By Michael Urie

NextGen Perspectives on...Big Data and Smart Technology

How important is big data and smart technology to the next generation? and how can we harness big data and smart technology to innovate within the construction industry?

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Urie Michael Gtmi
By Michael Urie

NextGen Perspectives on...Wellbeing and Mental Health: The invisible risk

In April, G&T hosted the New London Architecture (NLA) NextGen Working Group, as part of the NLA’s NextGen programme. The programme seeks to bring together young professionals and established construction industry experts to explore and discuss some of the critical issues being faced in the industry.

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Built Environment NextGen professionals tackle the housing crisis at LREF 2018

Watch the action unfold in the NextGen roundtable debate held at LREF 2018, discussing solutions to the London housing crisis.

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