BPF Annual Conference 2015: Fast Forward - Can property keep up with the pace of change?

Fast Forward - Can property keep up with the pace of change?

Change is always with us, but its pace and scope is increasing.

Our 2015 conference looks at imminent and future changes, considering those in society, demographics, technology, and politics following the General Election, and what they will mean for UK real estate.

Our eminent line of up speakers will include a keynote speech from Amlan Roy of Credit Suisse, as well as politicians and industry experts.

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18 March 2015, 08:30 - 12:00 || Berwin Leighton Paisner, Adelaide House, London Bridge, London EC4R 9HA

The Plan Is Not Enough

With new planning structures now bedding in and the 2015 general election fast-approaching, this half-day conference will provide an opportune moment to review the challenges and opportunities presented to local authorities and businesses as a result of these changes, as well as looking forward to what the future could, and should, hold.
 
Shadow Planning Minister Dr Roberta Blackman-Woods MP will provide the keynote, and you can view the full programme here.
Thursday 26 February, 08:00 - 10:00 // M&G, Laurence Pountney Hill, London, EC4R 0HH

Retail Therapy

Calculating intelligent investment & implementation strategies for minimum efficiency standards


By April 2018, it will become unlawful to continue to let a commercial property that fails to meet a minimum energy efficiency standard. This event will examine the specific issues arising from this requirement for retail properties, and will set out some strategies for preparing.

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Poll Shows Majority of MPs Prefer Council Tax Revaluation to a Mansion Tax

Poll Shows Majority of MPs Prefer Council Tax Revaluation to a Mansion Tax

We have released the results of a poll commissioned from ComRes revealing that the majority (69%) of MPs believe additional higher-rate council tax bands would be a better way to reform annual property taxes on high-value homes than introducing a mansion tax.

Read our press release with more poll findings
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