One of the aims of International Women’s Day is to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women because visibility and awareness help drive positive change for women.

So today we are sharing some of the great things our female colleagues have written about on this blog. These include;

Sustainability no longer a nice to have for those on the Asia stock exchange, By Amie Shuttleworth

Stock exchanges are driving change across Asia through mandating non-financial performance disclosure of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) performance of their business. Amie shares why this is an opportunity for businesses.

The ‘Radical’ Housing White PaperBy Samantha Curtis

After months of anticipation, the Housing White Paper has been published, recognising the need to ‘fix Britain’s broken housing market’. Samantha gives her honest opinion about this paper and whether it will do what it has set out to do

Scotland’s Section 63 – getting there first and taking it easy, By Mariana Trusson

So the catchy Section 63 is finally here. It’s official designation being ‘Assessing and improving our existing non-domestic buildings – Section 63 of The Climate Change (Scotland) Act 2009’. Mariana explains what it means for the property sector in Scotland.

When I’m 64, By Emma Kent

“Will you still need me, will you still feed me

When I’m sixty-four?”

Emma shares her thoughts on the ageing population and how building design can tackle this.

 

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