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Multi-Generational Living

How to Navigate the Growth of UK's Expanding Markets

Event Ended On: Tuesday June 25 2019

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Speakers and Panels

Future of Student Housing Development, Design & Construction

What is HOT/NOT/NEXT?

Rachael Samuel

Associate Principal, Kohn Pedersen Fox
Jane  Donachy

Jane Donachy

Associate Director, Accommodation Services, University of the Arts London

The Evolution of Senior Living in the UK

A conversation with Lord Best

Senior Status

What is the State of the UK Senior Living Market?

Helen Jones

Helen Jones

COO, Amicala

Venue

The Royal Institution of Great Britain,

21 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4BS

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Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Breakfast & Networking
8:30 AM
9:10 AM
Future of Student Housing Development, Design & Construction
What is HOT/NOT/NEXT?
9:10 AM
9:30 AM
The Evolution of Senior Living in the UK
A conversation with Lord Best
9:30 AM
9:45 AM
Stretch Break
9:45 AM
10:25 AM
Senior Status
What is the State of the UK Senior Living Market?
10:25 AM
10:45 AM
Post Panel Networking

Summary

1. What is driving investors' appetite, where is the priority and what needs to be done to transform the student housing and senior living sector into established asset classes?
 
2. What are the trends in on-campus and off-campus development? Where and how do you build a rich mixed-use environment where students want to live?
 
3. What kind of partnership models and opportunities will be popular between universities and the private sector?
 
4. In comparison to the student housing industry, why is the senior living market still behind the curve? How can we boost the overall capacity to deliver more schemes? What lessons can we learn?
 
5. How can existing senior living facilities improve to encourage more long-term stays? And how are local communities getting involved? 
 
6. Which amenities are actually bringing value and new residents to the region's senior accommodations? 
 

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