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NOVEMBER 2022
New research project

There is a clear relationship between population patterns and the residential real estate market but what can we learn by comparing the latest census figures in three European countries: Ireland, Germany, and The Netherlands?

Stephen Ryan is investigating this topic for Carysfort Capital.

 

SEPTEMBER 2022
New edition of magazine

The September 2022 edition of Life Sciences Real Estate magazine has been published. 

It features Amsterdam, London, Milan, and Munich plus interviews with leading fund managers, architects and scientists.

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AUGUST 2022
New research project - science and tech

VINCI Developments UK has appointed Stephen Ryan and the Didobi research team to write an independent report on real estate opportunities in the UK’s Science and Tech sectors.

 
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JULY 2022
Hybrid work - its effect on cities

What are the likely ripple effects of remote working and hybrid work on Irish cities? 

Stephen Ryan participated in a half-day workshop led by Camilla Siggaard Andersen of Hassell (www.hassellstudio.com).

This is part of a research project commissioned by Irish Institutional Property (www.iip.ie). 

 
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JULY 2022
Magazine shines light on science and tech

The second issue of Life Sciences Real Estate the quarterly magazine has just been published. Click here for more information.

It features Paris, Edinburgh, Heidelberg, and other leading European locations.

 
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APRIL 2022
New magazine published

Life Sciences Real Estate is a new platform dedicated to the built environment of the life sciences sector in Europe. 

The first issue of the Life Sciences Real Estate quarterly digital magazine has just been published. Click here for more information.

 
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MARCH 2022
New platform brings science and real estate closer together

Stephen Ryan and his colleagues at Didobi have teamed up with like-minded experts in the Netherlands and Germany to launch a new online platform dedicated to life sciences real estate in Europe. 

See www.lifesciencesrealestate.org for more information. 

 
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DECEMBER 2021
Panel discussion

On 3rd December Stephen Ryan moderated a panel at the E-CREDA annual conference. You can read about it here.

The panel (Samantha Kempe of IMMO Capital, Steijn Ribbens of Kadans and Mike Bessell of Invesco) discussed artificial intelligence, data gaps, single-family housing, hotels, life sciences, and much more.

 
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NOVEMBER 2021
Report launched

Stephen Ryan and Didobi colleagues have written a second research report on life sciences real estate. Read it here.

The research was commissioned by ULI Asia Pacific.

 
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OCTOBER 2021
New report

Irish Institutional Property (www.iip.ie) has released a new report entitled "Close to Home - Exploring 15-Minute Urban Living in Ireland". Read it here.


The research was written by Camilla Siggaard Andersen of Hassell (www.hassellstudio.com).


Stephen Ryan is IIP's research consultant and part of the steering committee for this project.  

 

JULY 2021
New research project

Stephen Ryan and Didobi have been asked to examine life sciences real estate in the Asia Pacific markets. 


The research was commissioned by the Urban Land Institute Asia Pacific


It follows our report on European life sciences real estate which was published in March 2021.

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MAY 2021
Guest lecture on data analytics

Stephen Ryan, Andy Uttley from Capital Group and Zach Wade from Lightbox spoke to post-graduate students at ESCP on different aspects of data analytics for real estate on 18th May. 


The session covered natural language processing (slides are here), web-scraping and satellite/aerial imagery. 

 

MARCH 2021
Launch of new report

Stephen Ryan and Mark Charlton of Didobi have written a paper on life sciences real estate in Europe for the Urban Land Institute (www.uli.org). 


Our report was launched on 3rd March. ULI members can read it here and anyone can watch a video overview of the report here.

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FEBRUARY 2021
Launch of new report

Stephen Ryan and Matt Richardson of Didobi have written a paper on operational real estate for the Investment Property Forum.


Our report was launched on 4th February 2021. You can see a recording of the launch webinar here.

 
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OCTOBER 2020
New research project

Vaccines, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, biotechnology...these are all part of the fast-growing life sciences sector and all of them need real estate. 

In Europe, the life sciences sector is not yet recognised by the real estate industry as a distinct investment sector. Perhaps it should be? 

Stephen Ryan and Didobi are putting this issue under the microscope for the Urban Land Institute.

 
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AUGUST 2020
New research project

Hotels and other forms of operational real estate (such as the private rented sector, self-storage and student housing) are very different to traditional real estate (such as offices). Is the difference really understood by investors?


Stephen Ryan is investigating this question with Didobi for the Investment Property Forum.

 
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MARCH 2020
Housing - how does Ireland compare?

Stephen Ryan has written a detailed comparison of the Dutch and Irish real estate markets, focusing on the housing sector and ESG. The report was commissioned by Ardstone Capital.

 
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DECEMBER 2019

Research on property and politics

To understand how growing protectionism and nationalism could affect global capital flows into real estate, you should read this research paper.


Stephen Ryan co-wrote it with Matt Richardson of Didobi and political analysts at Control Risks

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Question: What do Amsterdam, Dublin, Helsinki and London have in common?


Answer: These cities are highly exposed to the politics of property through their dependence on global capital flows. 

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The research was commissioned by the Investment Property Forum