BOOK NOW | Build-to-rent event will divulge the booming sector’s future

Arguably the hottest movement in property of recent years, build-to-rent shows no sign of slowing down – which is why it’s important that you have the latest analysis on where the sector is going next.

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Our panel of industry leaders will take the temperature on BTR, delve deeper into the rise of co-living, examine the push for purpose-built student accommodation and tackle pipeline sustainability concerns.

Scroll down to see our list of confirmed speakers.

North West Build-to-Rent will be held on 5 May at the Science and Industry Museum in Manchester. The event is sponsored by DAC Beachcroft, CampbellReith, Oppidan, Placefirst, Turley, and ClearFibre.

The event begins with networking and breakfast at 8am, followed by two panels and presentations. There will also be networking breaks to aid you in making valuable connections.

Attendees include representatives from Salboy, FEC, Levitt Bernstein, Exterior Architecture, Morgan Sindall, Savills, and Zerum.

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Confirmed speakers

  • Darran Lawless, development director, Placefirst
  • Ian Scott, national head of build to rent & PRS, Lambert Smith Hampton
  • Vicky Russell, group director of strategy, culture and partnerships, Property Alliance Group
  • Giles Beswick, director, Vita Group
  • Catalina Ionita, architect, Chapman Taylor
  • Mark Bousfield, strategic director for city development, Liverpool City Council
  • Kate Howell, general manager, Vox
  • Andrew Bickerdike, director, Turley
  • Steve Hollands, senior investment manager, Pension Insurance Corporation

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Will be interesting to see what Mark Bousfield has to say – the overwhelming message coming out of Liverpool at the moment is that they don’t want BTR schemes in the city unless they provide 2 bedroom family apartments!

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