As industries around the world increasingly turn towards environmental, social and governance (ESG) strategies to support their recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, focus is sharpening on sustainable construction in the Middle East.
Following a year of coronavirus-related disruptions, China appears to be placing a greater focus on sustainable, digital and health-related projects in its flagship Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
Articles & Analysis | Can large-scale building projects fuel the Philippines' recovery? from The Report: Philippines 2021
While Covid-19 has thrown the Philippines’ economy into flux, early indications suggest that construction and real estate is one of the most resilient sectors, and could provide a platform for national recovery. However, with construction projects delayed by lockdowns during the second quarter of 2020 and demand for office space and high-end...
Articles & Analysis | The evolution of office space in the Philippines from The Report: Philippines 2021
With the pandemic inducing a significant shift towards working from home as companies follow social-distancing rules, in the Philippines co-working spaces are emerging as a solution for firms seeking to decentralise while ensuring a sound operating environment for employees. In a sign of the economic fallout from Covid-19, in late September...
Articles & Analysis | The Philippines' infrastructure agenda offers new opportunities from The Report: Philippines 2021
Faced with recession and uncertainty over the length of the pandemic, President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration is hoping that landmark projects under the P8trn-9trn ($159.1bn-179bn) Build, Build, Build (BBB) infrastructure plan can kick-start economic recovery.
Interviews & Viewpoints | Jose E B Antonio, Executive Chairman, Century Properties Group: Interview from The Report: Philippines 2021
To what extent is the Covid-19-induced recession impacting real estate supply and demand?