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Events Diary

Alternative Residential 2019

Wednesday 25th September 2019

Viability & Planning 2019

Thursday 26th September 2019

Care Homes & Retirement Living 2019

Tuesday 26th November 2019

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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.

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.

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.

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

Why Student Property Investment is Moving into the Mainstream

We analyse what is driving the two billion pound student investment market in the UK and why 2016 is such as important year for the booming asset class. Read more
Posted: 3rd Mar 2015

Is a London Property Crash Inevitable?

A huge surge in demand for London property coupled with huge price rises in the face of a housing stock shortage led to speculations that a property bubble would form then pop in 2015. Two months on, were these speculators correct and if not, is a crash inevitable? Read more
Posted: 19th Feb 2015

London Mayor takes First Steps to Tackle Affordable Housing

Boris Johnson's newest affordable housing scheme hopes to assist around 250,000 low and medium income Londoners into suitable housing by 2025. We take a look at the programme and how much it answers the cries around the capital. Read more
Posted: 12th Feb 2015

London Property Areas to Watch in 2015

As the property industry enters into another new year, we take a look at the predicted London hotspots and buyers advice that will be dominating our thoughts and schedules in 2015. Read more
Posted: 22nd Jan 2015

Review: The Evolution of UK Property Prices Since 2008

The effects of the global financial crisis, which hit UK property prices in 2008, can still be felt today. As the industry moves into another year, we take a look back at its legacy and review how the industry has recovered. Read more
Posted: 6th Jan 2015

Will Recent Affordable Housing Proposals Solve the Shortage in the UK?

How can the UK address today's lack of affordable housing in order to meet future demand? We take a look at a handful of proposed solutions and how the government could do more to meet the demands of its people. Read more
Posted: 9th Dec 2014

Royal Albert Dock: London’s Next Economic Symbol

In May 2013, the London Major Boris Johnson announced a £1bn deal to transform London’s Royal Albert Dock into a new business hub: The Asian Business Port. We examine the importance of the project and how it could be seen as a new symbol in London's changing economy. Read more
Posted: 25th Nov 2014

What Can We Learn from the Lyons Housing Review?

Labour's 180-page report on how it plans to tackle the UK's housing issues was published on October 16. The Lyons Housing Review offers an in-depth, independent view that can be used as a learning resource for all. We discuss what can be learnt from the report. Read more
Posted: 6th Nov 2014

5 Reasons Why UK Retirement Housing Should be Addressed Now

Five point that address the housing market for an ageing population in the UK and it should be fully addressed now. Read more
Posted: 28th Oct 2014

London’s new property schemes must create, lift and revive

We sift through the headlines to ask: are changes to the London property market on the horizon and what should you look out for? Read more
Posted: 9th Oct 2014