Planning, developing and operating for sustainability is not done in isolation. It’s a purpose-driven journey requiring continuous collaboration across a range of stakeholders and sectors.
We’re proud to be using NABERS as part of our sustainability framework and enjoyed watching the recaps of Dr. Sabine Schaffer along with Australia’s industry leaders speaking on the plenary session ‘Why it takes a village to raise a sustainability nation’ at the NABERS + CBD Conference.
If you missed the conference or want to view the sessions again, below for the NABERS + CBD Conference recordings.
Pro-invest Group gains Global recognition for its sustainable hotel design efforts in an ANREV Sustainability Case Study. The case study discusses the Clean Energy Finance Corporation – a specialist clean energy financier, investing with commercial rigor to increase the flow of finance into renewable energy, energy efficiency and low emissions technologies – providing a A$39
“We are pleased to have raised such a significant fund, with a diverse group of international and domestic investors, in an otherwise challenging period. We are seeing – and are well positioned to capture – emerging opportunities across dislocated markets. In particular, we anticipate more distressed opportunities arising over the next 6 to 12 months. As an integrated platform combining hotel investment, development and operational capabilities, we are uniquely placed to optimise these opportunities in existing, new and redevelopment assets and generate significant value for investors,” said Ronald Barrott, CEO of Pro-invest Group.
Prior to the hotel opening later this month, Pro-invest Group’s latest hotel, Holiday Inn Express Melbourne Southbank showcased an activation Pop-Up event in the CBD of Melbourne last Friday 6 December to 10,000+ people with live interactions, social playground, competitions and signature cupcakes, all filmed on a digital billboard overlooking Federation Square.
Published by PERE, one of the world’s leading private equity real estate research houses, ‘The Hotelization of Real Estate’ delves into how real estate assets unrelated to the travel and hospitality industry have progressively been adopting the characteristics of the hotel sector. The publication looks into how the landlord-tenant relationship is shifting following the rise