BPF Residential Conference

  • Location: Deloitte, London
  • Date: 25/02/2014
  • Time: 09:00 - 18:00

BLP is delighted to confirm its continued support of this leading industry event.

"The conference theme this year is ‘winning hearts and minds’ and we have three excellent panel sessions focusing on the hearts and minds of local government, customers and investors. We are hoping the shadow housing minister will close the conference and have other excellent keynote speakers."

Chairman, James Pargeter, Partner, Deloitte

09.00  Registration 
09.30  Dr Gerard Lyons, Economic Adviser to the Mayor of London (tbc)
10.00  Research: Sam Long, Head of Research, Molior - New London PRS report
10.30  Professor Tony Crook and Professor Peter Kemp, International Research
11.15  Tea break
11.45  Panel session: local hearts and minds

  • Dominic Martin, PRS Taskforce, talking about PRS Viability Tool
  • Peter John, Leader of Southwark Council
  • Mark Barrow, Strategic Director of Development, Birmingham City Council (tbc)
  • Rob Heasman, Development Director, Elephant and Castle, Lend Lease

12.45  Lunch
13.30  Panel session: customers’ hearts and minds

  • Campbell Robb, Chief Executive of Shelter
  • Michela Hancock, Development Manager, Bozzuto
  • Peter Brock , MD of Grainger Germany
  • Paul Tennant, CEO, Orbit and President of the Chartered Institute of Housing
  • Neil Young, CEO, The Young Group

14.45   Branding build to rent - Richard Sunderland, CEO, Residential Land
15.15   Tea break
15.30  Panel session: Investor hearts and minds

  • Intro Case Study Deloitte (tbc)
  • Bruce Ritchie, CEO, Residential Land
  • Tim Leckie, Equity Analyst, JP Morgan Cazenove
  • Fiona Freeman, Director, Head of Real Estate, Barclays

16.30  Keynote: Emma Reynolds MP, Shadow Housing Minister (tbc)
17.00   Drinks Reception
18:00  Close

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