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|Thursday, September 20|
Breakfast & Schmooze
Driving Housing Delivery in the West Midlands
Residential Projects in the Pipeline
New Development Finance, Construction and Design
BTR Amenity Extravaganza
What do the People of Birmingham (Young & Old) Want?
Post Panel Networking
Birmingham Repertory Theatre
Centenary Square, Broad Street
Birmingham, B1 2EP
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The first stage of Mayor Andy Street’s £1B property plan has won backing and announcement that the West Midlands Combined Authority will be providing a spatial plan
after all has encouraged belief that the Mayor’s efforts towards increasing delivery of nearly 16,000 homes a year by the end of 2019 could be a reality. This on top of a 31% rise in average residential values since 2013 has led to a development pipeline of 21,000 residential units, including 1,800 build-to-rent and 1,200 student accomodations. The housing market is red hot, so how can we make sure it stays that way? Find out this and more at The Future of Beds in Birmingham as we bring the city’s most prominent CRE professionals to discuss major trends and issues facing the market today. For questions, comments or press inquiries, email Kaitlyn at
Kaitlyn.Wendler@Bisnow.com Share your comments, post your photos and ask questions using #BisnowEurope on Twitter and Instagram, and follow us at @BisnowEurope on Twitter for more local news.
1. How can local authorities and the property industry in Birmingham work together to deliver on Mayor Andy Streets’ housing plan of 215,000 homes by 2031?
2. Residential development is booming, so how is configuration of the city centre changing and forcing developers, architects and contractors to get creative?
3. What will HS2 mean for Birmingham and it’s housing landscape?
4. Generation Rent is rapidly growing and people are staying off the housing market for longer. How are we targeting young professionals, as well as families?
5. Are there too many student flats in Birmingham? How can we encourage students to continue renting in Birmingham after graduation?