Hear from Grainger, Go Native, Salford City Council, Sigma Capital, Indigo Planning and more, on the new trends within the rapidly maturing private rented sector at Place North West’s half-day briefing.
We will be looking at how PRS is evolving in the North West, how occupier demands are changing, what the implications are, and how property companies can make the most of this part of the market.
Sponsored by Curtins, Winckworth Sherwood, Indigo Planning and Lambert Smith Hampton, the conference will consist of a mix of presentations and panels.
Speakers confirmed so far include:
Ed Ellerington, director of PRS, Grainger
Shaun Prime, chief executive, Go Native
Chris Findley, assistant director of planning and transport, Salford City Council
Duncan Sutherland, director of regeneration, Sigma Capital
James Duncan, partner, Winckworth Sherwood
Doug Hann, director, Indigo Planning
Jo McCafferty, director, Levitt Bernstein
Ian Scott, head of Northern PRS, Lambert Smith Hampton
Join senior representatives already registered from local authorities, Graham Construction, Dandara, One Manchester, CBRE, Hilson Moran, Paragon, Turley, Bardsley Construction, Shelter, Buro Happold, Broadway Malyan, Lagan Construction Group, Buro Four, Network Rail, Equity Living, OMI Architects, Stamford Property Holdings and more.
The North West PRS Conference is due to take place at the Museum of Science & Industry on Thursday 18 January, beginning with breakfast from 8am and closing with lunch at 12pm. Tickets are priced at £50+VAT.