Size and Delivery Matters, 20 January 2015, 08:00 - 09:45, Pinsent Masons, EC2A 4ES

Business and Commercial NSIPs

The NSIPs regime has recently been reviewed with some crucial tweaks made to the system, including allowing nationally significant business and commercial schemes to use the regime.

However, so far, there are very few businesses or commercial schemes that have taken - or are considering taking - the leap. This seminar will ask why, and explore what the future may hold for business and commercial NSIPs.

Read the programme and book your free place.

BPF Residential Dinner and Conference 2015: Reinventing Residential

BPF Residential Dinner and Conference 2015

Reinventing Residential: A Five Year Plan for the PRS


The British Property Federation Residential Dinner and Conference will be held on 9 and 10 February.

Brandon Lewis MP, Sir Michael Lyons, Andrew Stanford, Sir Richard Leese and many more prominent figures in the industry will speak at our conference on a five year plan for the private rented sector.

Read more and book your place

Better Rates for Better Business

Better Rates for Better Business

We have launched our comprehensive review of the UK's business rates regime, Better Rates for Better Business, ahead of next month's Autumn Statement.

In a wide-ranging blueprint for business rates in the UK, we make six key recommendations for fundamental reform to improve the regime, both for the upcoming Autumn Statement and the next Parliament.

Read the full report and take a look at the accompanying press release.
Reviewing the effectiveness of Government growth initiatives

Going for Growth report launched

The British Property Federation, Nathaniel Lichfield & Partners (NLP), and the All Party Urban Development Group have launched a report, Going for Growth, appraising the effectiveness of various Government projects to stimulate growth, and calling on Government to further extend devolutionary powers to the UK's cities and regions.

The report was launched at the Palace of Westminster on 17 November, with Paul Uppal MP, James Fennell of NLP, Robert Evans of Argent, and John Betty of Stoke-on-Trent City Council speaking.

Read the full report and the appendix.

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