• The Affordable Housing Investment Conference is coming up on Tuesday 8th September
  • The Global Student Housing Conference will take place on 22nd September 2020

Events Diary

Affordable Housing Investment 2020

Tuesday 8th September 2020

Student Housing 2020

Tuesday 22nd September 2020

Resi Development & Site Finding 2020

Wednesday 23rd September 2020

latest news

What do government changes to planning mean?

The planning process is one that has been notoriously bureaucratic and behind the times. However, with most workplaces still closed, organisations have had little choice but to take business online and adapt to new ways of working, including local authorities. So what has changed in planning and viability since then?

The housing market reopens: what next?

The welcome news that the housing market was to reopen came on 13th May, as the government announced the first steps towards easing the lockdown’s practical restraints. What has happened since and what are the predictions for the next few months?

What’s the outlook for student housing after COVID-19?

Amidst a global pandemic that no one saw coming, events all over the world cancelled or postponed and students currently being taught exclusively online, the once seemingly untouchable student housing market has a whole new realm of challenges. We’re looking at the latest within the student housing sector and the considerations experts and educational institutions must now face.

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

The need for sustainable living

In 2019, sustainable living is more than just a talking point. We’re taking a closer look at the role of sustainable living in today’s residential market to identify what’s needed to take action. Read more
Posted: 15th Aug 2019

Interview: Philip Hillman on the alternative residential sector

Philip Hillman is the Chairman of UK and EMEA Living Capital Markets for global corporate real estate professionals, JLL, and will be Chairing our annual Alternative Residential Property conference in September. We asked Philip for an overview of the sector as it stands currently and what the future of alternative resi could look like. Read more
Posted: 2nd Jul 2019

The rise of flexible space developments

Is there any such thing as the typical British nuclear family in 2019? As discussed in our recent interview with UK planning expert, Roger Hepher, the need for a standard three-bedroom home has fast changed over the years, with more unmarried couples, those without children or those raising them singularly, house shares and otherwise ‘unconventional households. Read more
Posted: 27th Jun 2019

Interview: Roger Hepher on planning and viability in 2019

Roger Hepher is a Director for HGH Consulting and one of the UK’s most experienced planning consultants, who will be joining us as Chair at September’s Viability and Planning conference 2019. We caught up with him to discuss the current challenges within planning and viability practices and things to look out for in the coming months. Read more
Posted: 30th May 2019

A look to the future: the rise of proptech

We’ve reviewed some key drivers within the proptech sector and how they could influence change across the property market as we know it. Read more
Posted: 14th May 2019

What to expect from an LD Events conference

Something we often get asked at LD Events is what exactly can be expected from a day attending one of our conferences. We know that agendas can be difficult to visualise, and you’ll want to get the most out of attending, so here’s a rundown of what you can expect on the day. Read more
Posted: 30th Apr 2019

London property opportunities for first-time buyers

As house price growth in London continues to fall, with a 3.8% drop in February compared to year on years stats marking the worst decline since 2009, we’re taking a closer look at where the opportunities are for first-time buyers to step onto the ladder and whether we are likely to see changes in upcoming months. Read more
Posted: 30th Apr 2019

What’s going on in the UK land market?

The final quarter of 2018 saw the land values for urban development and greenfield land flatten, with regional values reflecting respective house price growth – values in the South East fell in line with economic uncertainties, whilst some northern areas of the UK and Scotland saw incremental rises. We take a deeper look into what’s going on the UK land market right now. Read more
Posted: 10th Apr 2019

European and Global student housing markets

Lower provision of student housing across European cities such as Rome, Porto and Barcelona are highlighting areas where development is not just an opportunity, but greatly needed to meet consumer demand and raise accommodation standards. Read more
Posted: 5th Apr 2019

Trends and opportunities in UK student housing development

The provision of student housing in the UK is currently the highest in Europe, with 27% of all students able to be accommodated. Despite higher levels of supply, the UK market is still a lucrative one for investors. We’re looking at where the current opportunities are for investment, the trends affecting demand and how external factors could influence the sector. Read more
Posted: 27th Feb 2019