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.
With the repercussions of the pandemic waging on and the reality of Brexit yet to come, 2021 looks set to be a year of settling into new habits and behaviours. We’re looking at some of the key living and working trends to come in the new year, as predicted by experts.
Richard Donnell is Zoopla’s Research and Insight Director and one of the UK’s long-standing property and housing gurus. We asked Richard to provide us with an analysis of the residential market ahead of our upcoming Resi Investment and Build to Rent Conference.
The government’s Planning for the Future white paper outlines proposed changes to the current planning system. We’re taking a closer look at some of the reforms we could see and the reactions it has received so far.
Despite a sector still in its early years and one that initially attracted scepticism from traditional property investors, Build to Rent (BTR) is coming out of 2020 as one of the most resilient areas of the property market. Here’s a look at how it has performed and what the experts are saying.
During a year in which traditionally high-performing property sectors like office space, tourism and leisure have turned on their head, investors are taking a moment to reconsider their options. Will 2021 be the year that alternative residential property becomes the big opportunity, or will investors seek more stable commercial ventures?
Brian Welsh is the Chief Executive Officer of Nido Student, Europe’s leading developer and operator of purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA). As one of the sector’s leading experts in PBSA, we caught up with Brian to discuss the current state of the student housing sector and how it is being impacted as a result of the pandemic.
Inevitably, as swift adjustments to lifestyles and working habits alter behaviour for the foreseeable future, some property markets are left pondering their options for diversification. We’re looking at which sectors are coming out on top and those that have seen the biggest hits since lockdown.
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?