BPF Annual Conference 2014: Seismic Shift Changing Investment and Political Landscapes

Seismic Shift - Changing Investment and Political Landscapes

This year’s BPF Annual Conference focus is the seismic shifts that could occur within the built environment, politics and global finance over the next year or so.


To book your place please download and complete the booking form and return to Giulia Sarti (gsarti@bpf.org.uk). 

Sponsorship opportunities are available, to find out more click here.

A big win for the BPF was the announcement of the consultation on the SDLT treatment of the seeding of property authorised investment funds (PAIFs) and the wider SDLT treatment of Tax Transparent Funds.

PAIFs, pensions and planning signal UK real estate investment boost

Budget announcements on tax, pensions and planning that could unlock significant investment in UK real estate have been welcomed by the British Property Federation (BPF).

The BPF's full response to the 2014 Budget can be found here


Who buys new homes in London and why?

Overseas investment in London housing

We have published a new report entitled Who buys new homes in London and why?, with research commissioned from Molior examining overseas investment in London housing.

The research shows that overseas buyers accounted for only 15% of new homes purchases in London in 2013, and challenges many of the current assumptions about the negative impacts of overseas investment.

The full paper is available here.
BritPropBlog - the voice of real estate


We have launched a BritPropBlog to discuss all real estate related issues big and small.

We welcome members to share their comments on our blog or tweet your replies using the hashtag #BritPropBlog, and if you have your own story to share, please do get in touch.

You can also follow us on Twitter @Britprop or join the conversation on our LinkedIn group.
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