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Build-To-Rent In The UK: Development, Investment And Beyond At Bisnow’s Build-To-Rent Annual Conference

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Build-to-rent properties are rapidly becoming one of the UK’s hottest asset classes. There are now 251,208 build-to-rent homes in the UK, with more than 72,000 under construction and more than 113,000 in planning. On top of that, nearly £900M was deployed to forward-fund build-to-rent developments in Q4 2022 alone.

From a 47-storey build-to-rent tower at Broad Street in Birmingham to more than 100 new build-to-rent homes coming to Heygate estate near Elephant and Castle, BTR schemes are on the rise in the UK.

Learn about the latest developments in the pipeline, how developers are securing BTR financing in difficult economic times, how to deliver resident value and more at Bisnow’s Build-To-Rent Annual Conference 2023. This two-day event will take place at the Hilton London Wembley from June 14-15. Register here for the event.

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This massive event will feature more than a dozen panels and presentations, including a spotlight interview with Anne Kavanagh, CEO of Telford Homes, moderated by Head of Residential Capital Markets at BNP Paribas Real Estate UK Andrew Screen. 

Other panels and speakers include:

BTR in a New Economic World: Resilience of Retail featuring Aneisha Beveridge, head of research at Hamptons, and Nick Mumby, partner at Gowling WLG. 

Roadmap to Achieving Sustainable BTR featuring Keith Davies, residential director at Buro Four, and Nick Hillard, ESG lead at Tide Construction. 

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Investment: Financing BTR Deals and Developments featuring Hans-Peter Bauer, co-founder and chairman at Swiss Finance and Property Group AG Zurich, and Natalie Harris, partner at Pinsent Masons. 

The Growth of Single-Family Rental featuring Sadie Malim, head of special projects and legal at Moorfield Group, and Lee Richards, partner and head of build-to-rent and PRS at Carter Jonas. 

Tech-Enabled Customer Service featuring Tiffany Harrison, head of lettings at Leaf Living, and Jack Ray, founder and CEO, Billing Better. 

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This is just a sample of the several panels and dozens of speakers who will be featured at this two-day event.

As the BTR sector continues to rise in the UK, Bisnow is committed to keeping the CRE industry informed about the latest in this burgeoning market. To connect with the UK BTR leaders of today and tomorrow and learn more about how to fund, develop and perfect BTR properties, register here