Time to think differently

Why the trends connecting infrastructure and real estate demand a fresh approach

Real assets - the built environment and infrastructure that surrounds us - are inextricably linked, not only to one another, but to how we live, work, consume and spend our leisure time.

The impact of COVID-19 has given rise to speculation over how we’ll live and work and what it means for our demands on infrastructure and the built environment. But none of the trends discussed have been initiated by the pandemic, rather it has accelerated major trends that were already taking shape.

Whether you’re planning, investing in, developing, or operating real assets, you will have to take a new approach to succeed.

“Those that fail to embrace the interconnectivity of real estate and infrastructure will leave themselves siloed in a sector where isolated thinking and a narrow focus will become ever more limiting.”

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Simon Hampton

Simon Hampton

Real Assets Leader, Partner, Corporate Finance, PwC United Kingdom

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