Estates Gazette Conferences
London Residential Summit :: Welcome
Connect with professionals and high-level experts in the sector</a> who want to collaborate and share solutions
By all news and forecasting accounts, the London residential property boom is expected to slow dramatically in 2017.  However, there are reasons for positivity including policy changes to PRS and governmental backing
To get a true analysis of the capital’s residential property market and wade through some of the hyperbole that surrounds this; attend the London Residential Summit on the 3 May 2017.  
Some of the issues to be discussed include:
  • Projects and opportunities across London
  • What London councils want from developers?
  • Can developers de-risk through PRS?
  • London’s housing plan
  • Why should we care about housing associations?
Plus, much more. 
This is an opportunity to focus on the particular issues that arise from working with residential property in London.  Meet your peers from the industry to discuss solutions in what will undoubtedly be an interesting and challenging year.
We’ve made some exciting changes to the format of the event for 2017.
The summit will now be a shorter more concentrated half day running from 8am until 1pm with networking lunch at the end and this will mean: 
  • More focused and concentrated sessions with high quality speakers picking out the most pertinent topics
  • A lower price starting at just £199 + VAT @20%
  • Less time out of the office with the same learning and networking opportunities


Who Should Attend?

  • Developers
  • Banks
  • Investors
  • Architects
  • Agencies
  • Surveyors
  • Interior/workspace designers
  • Recruitment Consultants
  • Surveyors
  • Consultancies
  • Lawyers
Agenda Overview

Wednesday 3 May

Registration and networking
Chair’s opening remarks
Damian Wild, Editor, EG
Keynote: London’s Housing Plan
James Murray, Deputy Mayor, Housing and Residential Development , Greater London Authority
Overview of the London market
Projects and opportunities across London: Hear from the councils
Pat Hayes, Executive Director of Regeneration & Housing, London Borough of Ealing
Jo Negrini, Chief Executive, London Borough of Croydon
Keynote session
Refreshment break
London estate regeneration: Opportunities and challenges
  • Public-private partnerships
  • De-risking development
  • Future case studies
Kate Ives, Development Director, Wates Residential
Why should we care about housing associations?
  • The renaissance of housing associations
  • How mergers could make a difference
  • Case studies
Pete Gladwell, Head of Public Sector Partnerships, Legal & General Investment Management
Kate Davies, Chief Executive, Notting Hill Housing
David Montague, Chief Executive, L&Q
Can developers de-risk through PRS?
  • How else to bring forward sites?
  • Alternative tenures
  • New way to invest in social housing
  • Retirement living
Andrew Saunderson, Director Transactions & Special Projects, Grainger
Rayhan Omar, Founder, Unmortgage
Kate Davies
Chief Executive
Notting Hill Housing
Pete Gladwell
Head of Public Sector Partnerships
Legal & General Investment Management
Pat Hayes
Executive Director of Regeneration & Housing
London Borough of Ealing
Kate Ives
Development Director
Wates Residential
David Montague
Chief Executive
James Murray
Deputy Mayor for Housing and Residential Development
Greater London Authority
Jo Negrini
Chief Executive
London Borough of Croydon
Rayhan Omar
Andrew Saunderson
Director Transactions & Special Projects
Past Attendees Include
 Good mix of speakers + panellists – need to do twice a year
Geoff Robeson, Principal, RSP Developments and Investments
 Very interesting and a good update/overview on current market trends
John Foddy, Principal, FoddyConsult
 Informative and useful
Isabel Cooper, Residential Manager, Land Securities
 Lots of good information presented in good bitesize chunks
Alex Watson, Director, Barberry Developments
The conference was informative and had a broad range of diverse opinions
Arran Kerkvliet, Investment Director, One Touch Property Investment
Register your place by 31 March 2017 to save £50


Sponsorship & Exhibition

We offer a wide range of sponsorship and branding opportunities to meet your marketing needs. If you would like further information on how you can be involved through our sponsorship packages, please contact the sponsorship team to discuss your requirements.


In partnership with:



Media Partners