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Podcast - Sweet Spot Randstad

31/08/2021
In the podcast series 'The Value Of...', several Cushman & Wakefield commercial real estate experts discuss what they value.

This can be about the value of a city, the importance of offices, but also how value can be preserved by paying attention to sustainability. In addition to conversations, various Insights can also be listened to. All podcasts are in Dutch.

 

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Insights • Sustainability

Climate risk

Climate risk is now a reality which will impact current and future value of property. When we talk about climate risk, we invariably mean one of two things – the transitional risk of moving towards a low carbon economy or the physical risks associated with climate change.
Elsbeth Quispel • 29/09/2021
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Insights

The City That Moves Stays Healthy

We move too little. Both the city and its inhabitants. While the population density in the cities is growing. 
Elsbeth Quispel • 27/07/2021
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Insights

Kalverstraat in 2030

The Kalverstraat as the aorta of the new business district that is developing in the center of Amsterdam. Where old business comes back in new form, because the businessman and woman is back in town!
Elsbeth Quispel • 17/06/2021
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Insights

City profiler

Today, we can better see urban policy makers as 'city profilers'. They must make the right connections to arrive at future-proof solutions for our cities in the coming decades.
Elsbeth Quispel • 27/05/2021
De stad na COVID
Insights • Sustainability

The city after COVID-19

COVID-19 shows our vulnerability. At the same time, it gives us insight into how we should improve the quality of life in our cities in a future-proof way. Anticipating population growth, climate change, health and our continuing need to live, work and stay in cities.
Elsbeth Quispel • 22/04/2021
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Insights

The Randstad is emptying out

The initial cause of this has everything to do with supply and demand. For years there has been a chronic shortage of affordable housing in the Randstad, the economic heart of the Netherlands. This applies to both starters in the buyers' market and middle incomes in the tenant market.
Elsbeth Quispel • 25/03/2021
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Insights • Sustainability

City streets should not have cars

The arrival of the car has radically changed the spatial development of our cities and the infrastructure in the Netherlands.
In order to bring cars and freight traffic safely and quickly from A to B, highways and motorways, bridges and viaducts, traffic lights and pedestrian crossings were necessary.
Elsbeth Quispel • 25/02/2021
Groene steden
Insights • Sustainability

A city full of green is not valued enough

A green environment or fresh air is not often a reason to live in a city, rather the opposite. It is often a reason to escape the city at the weekend and visit nature, or even to live elsewhere.
Elsbeth Quispel • 04/02/2021
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Insights

The future-proof city

The value of the city lies in its future-proofness. In order to be able to anticipate the needs of the time, vision and ambition are needed as guidelines for strategic area development.
Elsbeth Quispel • 09/12/2020
Ode aan de woningcorporaties
Insights

Ode to the housing association

We are faced with a major challenge to ensure that living in the city remains affordable and thus retains its soul and that we feel connected to the city in which we live.
Elsbeth Quispel • 12/11/2020
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Insights

Agglomeration benefits are not just about scale

The news that we will not be able to go to the office for the next few weeks is difficult for me. For me, the office is the place to work together on projects, to have meetings and to be able to work quietly, but also the place to catch up with colleagues and my team; something that gives me energy.
Elsbeth Quispel • 19/10/2020
Ziel van een stad
Insights

The soul of a City

Now that I have lived in the city for 17 years, I call myself an Amsterdammer; thanks to and despite all the changes in recent years, a city that gives me energy, I enjoy living with my family and have the luxury of going to the office by bike every day. But how come I really feel like an Amsterdammer?
Elsbeth Quispel • 24/09/2020

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