The Financial Times’ 8th annual Property Summit taking place at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in London on 2 December 2014, will bring together global investors, occupiers, lenders and developers to discuss and explore the exciting prospects of the UK property market and the practical solutions to overcoming its challenges. The morning will focus on the capital city, London, followed by an afternoon on the key current and future UK developments.
"Many thanks. Really enjoyed it and some good London discussions."
Thank you to everyone who attended this year's FT Property Summit. Thank you also to our associated sponsors KPMG and Clifford Chance. With the high calibre of speakers, panellists and attendees, feedback from this year's Summit has been excellent and we hope everyone enjoyed the sessions and found this year's Summit worthwhile. We look forward to welcoming you to next year's event, details of which will be released in due course.
TESTIMONIALS FROM 2014 SUMMIT
"Thank you for an excellent Summit, it was very informative."
"Great to get a cocktail of up to date London Property insight from market - thought provoking on many levels - quality networking."
PICTURES FROM 2014 SUMMIT
CONFIRMED SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
Martin Wolf, CBE
Chief Economics Commentator
|Daniel Van Gelder
Chairman, City and Westminster Property Association and Co-Founder,
Chief Executive Officer
Global Commercial Director
Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)
Head of Real Estate UK
SUMMIT PREVIEW VIDEO:
Chaired by Kate Allen, FT's Property Correspondent, this year's Summit will address the pertinent issues facing the industry:
- Are we seeing another property boom and have we learnt anything from the financial crisis?
- Has London reached its limit?
- Where else can property developers look to build?
- What is the political outlook for the 2015 general election and how will it impact property investors?
- Who are the new entrants to the market and what are they looking for?
- What will London look like in the future and how will this affect the rest of the UK?