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Birmingham's BTR Update 2019

Navigating The Growth Of The City's Emerging Market

Event Ended On: Wednesday September 11 2019

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Events Raw Space

The Bank

Located In the heart of Birmingham, The Bank offers a range of one, two and three-bedroom apartments which have set the standard for design in the city.

The second tower has been designed to cater for a range of residents, and offers a private gym, residents lounge, coffee bar, kitchen, dining room and communal green space.

Bisnow’s Birmingham BTR Update event will be hosted next door to The Bank, at the award winning Brindleyplace Estate.

Events Speakers and Panels

Birmingham's BTR Advantage

Development Dynamics

Delivery | Design | Development

Lesley Lawson

Head of Design Co-ordination, Galliard Homes
Nick Payne

Nick Payne

Managing Director, Nikal


Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:25 AM
Breakfast & Networking
8:30 AM
9:05 AM
Birmingham's BTR Advantage
9:10 AM
9:20 AM
Stretch Break & Networking
9:25 AM
10:10 AM
Development Dynamics
Delivery | Design | Development
10:15 AM
10:30 AM
Post Panel Networking


3 Brindleyplace
Birmingham, B1 2JB

Floor: 5th Floor

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Event Summary

Birmingham will be the

top-performing city for private rented sector residential development over the next five years. Continuous improvement in infrastructure and regeneration has been providing a competitive edge for the city.

Growing investor appetite, both nationally and internationally, increasing renter demand and climbing government support, will soon accelerate, allowing Birmingham's BTR sector to become a mainstream asset class. While the industry is ramping up for success, there is a lot that can be learned from other cities, who have been hit first by the wave of BTR investments. Please join us at Bisnow's Birmingham 2019 BTR event, when we analyze the city's growth, opportunities and challenges, what the lessons learned are from other cities, and how you can take advantage of it. Share your comments, post your photos and ask questions using #BisnowDublin on



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  1. What lessons can Birmingham's BTR sector learn from other cities in UK?
  2. Where do you see the majority of cash into the sector coming from, is this likely to change? What is the appeal?
  3. How is the industry addressing land values and increased construction cost? How do you provide an affordable but life-style led product?
  4. Westside and the Eastsite are in high demand for new developments. How will these area maintain their identity while encouraging growth? What are the next big areas?
  5. What are the attributes of, and key ingredients for, a successful BTR community that caters to a wider demographic?