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Events Diary

Affordable Housing 2018

Wednesday 21st March 2018

Student Housing 2018

Tuesday 15th May 2018

Site Finding & Development 2018

Thursday 24th May 2018

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Property development: the types of site taking centre stage

With Site Finding and Development 2018 coming up this May, we take a look at some of the sites catching the eyes of developers and investors in a bid to meet housebuilding targets.

A new approach? The changing world of student housing

Looking at the numbers, it’s no surprise to hear that the student living market has been enjoying a high in the last few years and with 1.04m students now undertaking higher education away from home, the demand for purpose-built accommodation is growing. Ahead of Student Housing 2018 we take a look at the ways in which the world of student accommodation is changing the property market both at home and abroad.

The future of the London resi market – is the way we are living changing?

It’s safe to say that London’s residential property market has been the subject of much pessimism in the last few months but, it seems that we've regrettably forgotten alternative models of housing that solve the problem at hand. There is now calls for a paradigm shift in the London residential market and, ahead of our London Resi event, in March, we explore some of the alternatives that are changing the way UK residents are living.

News - Property Conferences and Events for Property Development and Investment Professionals

Retirement Living: property challenges and market structures

Insufficient retirement housing could cost taxpayers an estimated £14.5bn over the next 50 years, but how can we put an end to this ticking time bomb? Read more
Posted: 8th Sep 2016

The changing definition of UK property ‘market value’

LD Events discuss market value, understanding benchmark land value, and much more ahead our annual Viability and Planning conference this September. Read more
Posted: 30th Aug 2016

Neighbourhood Planning and Infrastructure Bill – will May deliver?

Will the Neighbourhood Planning and Infrastructure Bill now be pushed to the back of the queue or be promoted by the May government? Read more
Posted: 2nd Aug 2016

4 property trends to watch after Brexit

Nearly one month after the Brexit vote, some specks of dust have now settled, and a clearer dialogue on how property trends may change in the future has emerged. Read more
Posted: 19th Jul 2016

Brexit and business: what’s next for London's property pipeline?

Housebuilders and the property industry on the whole is reeling from Brexit, so the next question is: when will developments in the current pipeline come to fruition? Read more
Posted: 1st Jul 2016

What does Brexit mean for UK residential property markets?

We discuss the implications of Brexit for London’s residential property market, and the potential challenges and opportunities that must now be deliberated. Read more
Posted: 24th Jun 2016

DIY London: co-operative housing under discussion

Industry disruptors like Uber and Airbnb have accelerated the ‘sharing economy’ in the past year alone; but can co-operative housing match the scale of these ventures to make a dent in the London housing market? Read more
Posted: 10th May 2016

London property networking: a necessity for success in 2016

Gaining the latest insights and market analysis to succeed has never been more important within the property industry this year. 2016 is the year to join fellow professionals from around the world at an LD Event. Read more
Posted: 24th Mar 2016

Budget 2016 Reflection: housing measures

As part of his set of initiatives “to put stability first”, Chancellor George Osborne confirmed a series of housing measures. We reflect back on the key points. Read more
Posted: 17th Mar 2016

London Election 2016: candidates go head to head on housing

Sadiq Khan for Labour and Zac Goldsmith for the Conservative Party are both fighting their corner on the future of London housing. Here are the two sets of policies on offer. Read more
Posted: 16th Mar 2016