Join Hundreds of the leading players in the Residential Investment & Build to Rent Market on 28th November...
The 2018 UK Resi Investment Conference has now launched, expect some key discussions and vital information on the market going forward
Expecting a large audience at our Annual UK Resi Investment event. Panel includes some of the most respected figures in the sector and crucially the Investors themselves.
The 2018 National Residential Investment Conference returns for a 8th Year and has been completely updated to reflect the current market, with presentations from some of the most respected figures in the sector.
Last year this event sold out several weeks in advance so please book early to guarantee your attendance. Bookings are strictly first come, first served.
We’re expecting this to be very popular as always, and it’s a chance to be completely updated on the market, cross off some CPD, and network with the leading players in the Resi Investment Sector. It should be a very worthwhile day.
The Event will look at maximising opportunities in a Resi sector that is now seeing institutional and international investment. Hear about some new innovations and opportunities, understand how developers and investors can structure deals, look at joint ventures with public land, and learn about the future of the Resi Investment Market across the UK. There will also be a detailed market update, looking at fundamental economics & Brexit and where Resi fits as a Property asset class both within the UK & Internationally. The panel will also review current investment, looking who is involved and how the market is therefore evolving, as well as examining in detail how to design, deliver & manage a successful Build to Rent & PRS operation.
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Resi Investment 2018
ETC Venues St. Paul’s, 200 Aldersgate, London, EC1A 4HD
9.30am – Chairman’s Welcome and Introduction
The current state of UK Residential Investment market
Investment into the Residential Sector – looking at what has actually happened
Alan Collett, Executive Chairman at Hearthstone Investments Plc & Board Member, The Hyde Group
Looking at the Private Rented Sector & Build to Rent in Context – where does this now fit in with the overall housing & property investment markets?
How much of the Private Rented Sector is now new Build to Rent and what is coming in the next few years?
How much private wealth is invested into Residential Property and how will this be affected by more institutional investment?
Buy to Let v Build to Rent – will private wealth currently & previously invested in small scale Buy-to-Let gradually make it’s way over to Build to Rent funds?
What potential does this have and what is likely?
Are Build to Rent Bulk Purchases propping up the Development Sale Market nationally?
Putting National Rents and Values into context – what does it mean for investment prospects?
Where are the regional hotspots for investment opportunities and how does the proposition look?
How do the yields and rents compare geographically?
In which markets around the Country is there really a strong opportunity for PRS to work?
Richard Donnell, Director, Hometrack
How can we build a reliable valuation system for investors in UK Build to Rent & PRS?
How can the market reach a point where there are accurate and reliable rent statistics so investors can make an informed decision?
What framework needs to be in place to make this happen and how might this help the market as a whole?
What role is the RICS playing in this?
What can we learn about rent levels across the UK – Asking v Achieved
Jason Hardman, Head of Residential Valuation, CBRE
Questions for Richard & Jason
Panel Session on Making Residential Investment Work
How are Residential Investments really performing?
What are the expansion plans and goals of Investors in the UK and which products and locations are of particular interest?
How might a potential rise in interest rates affect the Build to Rent investment model?
How do we speed up Capital Raising & Development in the PRS & Build to Rent Sector?
How do institutions decide their investment policy and what do they take particular interest in?
Where is the money being invested coming from and how much more is there to come?
What are investors looking for in terms of product, location and operation?
Where are the opportunity areas and are they urban or suburban?
Comparing attitudes of the institutions to Resi in the UK, Europe and the Rest of the World.
Is there enough good stock available to satisfy the thirst from investors?
How can investors cope with increased competition as the number of competitors grow?
When will we see a secondary market emerge, with the trading of stabilised assets and portfolios?
Alex Greaves, Fund Manager, M & G Real Estate
Alexandra Notay, Build to Rent Fund Director, PFP Capital
John German, Senior Director – Residential Investment, Invesco Real Estate
Ed Crockett, Fund Manager, Aberdeen Asset Management PLC
Alan Collett, Executive Chairman at Hearthstone Investments Plc & Board Member, The Hyde Group (Chair)
Coffee & Networking Break
How has institutional PRS & Build to Rent Investment grown and why?
What is the capacity for growth and where are the big opportunity areas both in terms of product and location?
Where does the UK fit with the rest of Europe, and with worldwide markets?
What is currently being delivered in the Private Rented Sector, what is the scale and what is in the pipeline? Are we now reaching real scale and what are the projected future numbers?
Who has delivered, who is delivering and who are the leading players in the market?
Who is the PRS sector really targeting and how big is this market? Understanding the Demographics
What are the different products available, how will these evolve, and what are the exit routes for investors?
Who is really investing in PRS in the UK – What deals are being done and where are they coming from?
Is there enough stock to go round – how can investors find what they are looking for?
Where does the micro living/collective living product fit in and does this market have enough scale for investors?
Are we seeing a merging of the Build to Rent & Student Housing markets in the UK?
Simon Scott, Head of Residential Investment, JLL
Adam Challis, Head of UK Residential Research, JLL
The Housing Association role in Build to Rent
Where do HAs see PRS & Build to Rent fitting into their overall operations going forward?
What tenures are the long term priority to boost delivery?
Where do HAs see balance between PRS and Market Sale?
How can genuine affordable rented stock be delivered?
What is the reaction from HAs to the recent Government announcement about long term funding partnerships?
What Partnerships, in both the Private & Public Sectors, are HAs looking to enter into?
What is the potential for such partnerships?
Elaine Bailey, Chief Executive, The Hyde Group
Choosing the right Location for Build to Rent & getting it delivered
What are the key factors and what role do Geography, Demographics & Politics play?
What is the process when selecting a location and how much of the UK is right for Build to Rent?
Where do regional regeneration and partnership opportunities fit in?
What are the issues with London Build to Rent?
Johnny Caddick, Managing Director, Moda Living
Questions for Simon, Adam, Elaine & Johnny
The Evolution of Build to Rent & Private Rented Sector Management – where is it going over the next 5-10 years?
Logistics & Management - What is required to make large scale PRS actually work in the UK?
What has worked and what hasn’t in the first generation of PRS management
What aspects have now emerged as crucial to delivering the best possible scheme & operation?
The Realities of Delivering a top level service – how is it working on the ground?
How can voids, maintenance, management and lettings costs be factored in?
How can maximum investment returns best be achieved?
Can a genuinely different customer experience be delivered by the professional build to rent operator?
How can an operator create reputation and ultimately a strong, recognised Brand amongst the general public?
How realistic is additional income from extra services and how can it be achieved in the UK?
Will we see a convergence of operational models, and ultimately a consensus view on the way of doing things?
Lesley Roberts, Partner - Build to Rent, Allsop
Nigel Bosworth, Director - Residential Management, Savills
Neil Young, Chief Executive, Get Living
Mary-Anne Bowring, Group Managing Director, The Ringley Group
Lunch & Networking Session
How is the Government Looking to support the Build to Rent & PRS Sectors across the UK?
What are the priorities?
What Government money is available for Build to Rent & PRS Schemes?
How can developers access public funds?
What are the HCA & Government looking to achieve?
What is available following the recent announcement around Housing Associations and how will this work?
Sophie White, Head of Infrastructure, PRS & Complex Projects, Homes England
Understanding the Policies of the London Mayor when it comes to Residential Investment, PRS & Build to Rent
How do the Mayor’s policies on Build to Rent and those of the Government and the Housing White paper fit together?
What do investors & Developers need to know and how will things really work in Practice?
What land and joint venture opportunities are there with the GLA and Local Authorities in London?
How can public sector land be released for Residential Investment and PRS?
Jamie Ratcliff, Assistant Director – Housing Investment, Greater London Authority
Understanding Manchester as a Residential Investment destination
Why has it seen such growth and what future opportunities does it offer for Residential Investment?
Where does Build to Rent & PRS fit in and what mix of tenures is the City looking for?
What land & joint venture opportunities are there for investors and developers?
What kind of capacity & demand for development remains in Manchester?
What is the Manchester view on the lifting of the cap on borrowing in order to deliver housing?
Moving forward, what kind of innovations could help Manchester deliver more housing and grow as a destination?
Jon Sawyer, Director of Housing & Residential Growth, Manchester City Council & Chief Executive, Manchester Place
Questions for Sophie, Jamie & Jon
Design & Delivery – what do we need to deliver for effective Build to Rent?
Modular v traditional Construction Methods – where do supply chains, labour and other issues fit into this jigsaw and how can a developer decide what works?
What methods of constructions are emerging and how important are these for Build to Rent?
Where do evolving constructions methods now fit in the overall delivery picture?
What should we be designing & how should we be delivering it?
How can you make the Asset work be using good design?
What guidelines should be used when designing a Build to Rent scheme?
John Badman, Director, CallisonRTKL
Questions for John
The Future of Build to Rent Panel – An Innovative Look at what might happen next
Who fits where & what kind of partnerships are going to be crucial?
Where do Public Sector & Private Sector co-operation fit in?
What is the Housebuilder view of Build to Rent and how might this evolve?
Do Housebuilders see build to rent as a key growth area?
What is the future direction of Housing Policy and how might this affect Build to Rent?
How do we create Build to Rent products to fit all price points?
How can we produce real affordable build to rent products?
How crucial is technology to the next phase of evolution?
What can we learn from abroad when it comes to delivering scale in Build to Rent?
What are the key aspects when building a large scale Build to Rent brand?
How can an operator create reputation and ultimately a strong, recognised Brand amongst the general public?
What is the opportunity for the Co Living Model?
Could an Intergenerational Rental Living Model be developed and where do we see the opportunity for such a model?
Chris Tinker, Executive Board Director & Regeneration Chairman, Crest Nicholson plc
Debra Yudolph, Partner, SAY Property Consulting LLP
Mike Altman, Chief Investment Officer, Cortland Partners
Richard Stonehouse, Senior Director, Head of Residential Investment, GVA
Ian Fletcher, Director of Policy, British Property Federation
4.20pm – Close and Networking Drinks for Speakers & Attendees
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This event is also eligible for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credit
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