LD Events is an International market-leading conference provider for the professional Property Industry, across many different property sectors.
We provide conferences, high level market analysis & networking to tens of thousands of professionals in the Property Development and Investment Industry, from across the UK & Worldwide.
Originally founded in 2007 by Andrew Mason, LD Events has now grown enormously as a business, attracting customers from all over the world. We currently have more than four thousand organisations who attend our events, with tens of thousands of property professionals as our clients. This number is growing rapidly, both in the UK and Internationally, as our Conferences continue to grow. Our clients include almost all the leading players in their respective property sectors.
Our clients travel from all over the UK, Europe and the Rest the World in order to attend our Conferences.
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Our events continue to sell out, more than 500 people attended our most recent conference
Tuesday 28th September 2021
Wednesday 29th September 2021
Tuesday 23rd November 2021
Overlooked because of stigmas surrounding short-term rental investments, care homes and residential developments have become a hot spot for guaranteed cash flow. Here we take a look at the sector to determine whether these developments are still a worthwhile investment.
With communal space and shared amenities being a key theme in co-living, there is no doubt that in a time where the social aspects of co-living are seemingly less attractive than they once were. So, how is this affecting the co-living community and the investments behind it?
Having spent over 30 years with Savills and headed up its London Residential Development team, Dominic Grace is an expert consultant in the fields of property development and sales capability. We sat down with Dominic to discuss the general outlook within London’s residential market right now, as well as some of the key themes that we will be examining at the conference that are likely to drive movement within the sector.