Climate change, well-being and a good quality of life are now a priority for consumers who demand a more sustainable and healthy living environment. Under increasing pressure from the general public, as well as investors, employees and customers, companies large and small are under pressure to assess how environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiatives fit into their overall business strategy. A fact that prompts them to reconsider how they can align their common goals of providing safe and healthy workplaces for their employees and meet the demands of investors.
For property owners and managers, now is the right time to invest in technologies and systems that will help differentiate properties from the competition: ESG criteria as well as disruptive technologies are expected to change the future of real estate.
A very interesting presentation will be made by Christoforos Anagiotos, Head of Real Estate and Land Management at KPMG Limited, in the context of the 16th Land Management, Engineering and Construction Conference and Exhibition to be held on June 8, 2022. submit an image in a report titled “Trends that are redefining the real estate sector”.
Christoforos Anagiotos has been with KPMG since 1996 and has been a member of the Board of Directors since 2008. He holds a BSc in Economics from the London School of Economics and an FCA and Corporate Finance qualification from the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). He is also Head of Real Estate and Land at KPMG in Cyprus. With a combined experience of over 20 years, he has extensive experience in real estate and land management, advising companies, investment funds, public sector organizations and individuals. The projects he has led in relation to the Sector include viability studies, valuations, debt restructurings, due diligence studies, strategy and property management/use studies, acquisitions and mergers, and more.
The conference will address many issues related to the field. Among them are key aspects of state policy in the field of land and real estate relations and changes in local governments. The consequences of the Ukrainian crisis, ProTech, as well as sustainable urban development will also be discussed. In the second part of the event, participants will have the opportunity to learn about new trends in the renovation and reuse of old buildings, changes in the daily full-fledged work of the project manager due to the rapid development of technology. In a separate section, the public will be introduced to modern trends in interior design. Green building and sustainable buildings are also among the topics to be analyzed by renowned speakers.
It is intended for developers, real estate appraisers, real estate agencies, contractors and construction companies, architects, civil engineers, interior designers and geotechnicians. Engineers, mechanical engineers, transportation engineers, environmental engineers, electrical engineers, as well as building inspectors, surveyors, city and regional planners, and light and sound engineers also deserve attention. It is also addressed to banks and other financial institutions, accounting/audit/tax firms, law firms, funds and asset management companies, investors and relevant government and regulatory authorities.