Don?t Miss: Third Annual `Boom or Bust? Property Discussion
Mon 15 Jun 2015
The Economic Research Councils annual Boom or Bust property discussion takes place tomorrow (Tuesday16th June), with a stellar panel lined up to provide a thoroughly expert, balanced and informed perspective ofcurrent market conditions and of what we can expect in the near future. Altogether fine fodder for discussing atthe Lonres Summer Party the following evening (Wednesday 17th June).
Some tickets for the ERC event are still available to buy; visit ercouncil.org/property for more info or click hereto buy now.
As an added incentive, a limited number of the all-new Summer edition of PrimeResis Quarterly Journal will beavailable hot off the presses to attendees for free. This is a 476-page bumper issue, published in associationwith Harrods Estates and kindly supported by Linley, Hanover Private Office, Londonewcastle, and Masterpiece
The discussion is being chaired by Parthenias James Wyatt. Here are his opening remarks to whet your appetite:
My Lords, Ladies and Gentlemen
On behalf of the Economic Research Council I welcome you to the third annual property talk at the RoyalGeographic Society. Tonight we have four of the most prominent property professionals to give their view on themarket and the prospects ahead.
With Peter Rollings, Managing Director of Marsh & Parsons we have one of the most successful agents of ourtime, who was awarded an honorary fellowship from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. Peter will giveus a selling agents view as to what is happening. Peter will be followed by Charlie Ellingworth, a founder memberof Property Vision, probably the largest and most successful buying agent in the UK. Charlie is an author and anastute observer of the market and the latest fads and fashions and he will explain the buyers viewpoint (heprobably writes the best market comment). We are extremely fortunate to also have Paul McFadyen address us.
Paul is Managing Director of Regis and was formerly a police officer. Being one of the largest investors inresidential property and ground rents he will be able to offer insight from the investors perspective. Last and bycertainly no means least we have Lucian Cook who is probably the best known market commentator, as he isforever gracing the front pages of the FT to the Telegraph. As head of residential research at Savills he will beable to explain the trends and the outlook.
Each speaker will have ten minutes and then afterwards we will take questions from the audience, be warnedquestions will be limited to one short sentence.
Is the market going to sail on serenely or are there choppy seas ahead? Without further ado I hand you over toPeter
Find out what Peter and the rest of panel have to say on Tuesday (16th June) at the Royal GeographicalSociety