How Can London Investors Navigate The Post-Pandemic Market? Find Out At Bisnow's Event on 21 October
While the coronavirus pandemic caused massive disruption in nearly every sector of UK commercial real estate, the London market, in particular, is predicted to show some improvement within the next year. As London continues its recuperation and begins to transition into the new normal, now is the time for investors to look ahead and make decisions about which areas and assets they should have on their radar.
Before committing to an asset, however, it is important for investors to consider the trends that may shape the future of commercial real estate in London — from moving toward creating more environmentally sustainable buildings to implementing new technologies that have the potential to significantly impact the way buildings operate. As next year is only a few months away, CRE professionals can gain perspective ahead of time on what the London market may look like in 2022.
At Bisnow’s in-person event, London State of the Market, on 21 October, participants will discuss London’s growth potential after the pandemic and how the implementation of technology will impact the London market moving forward. Panels will be moderated by Patrick Williams, partner of Fried Frank, David Linkson, director of European operations at Partner Engineering, Catriona Fraser, director of planning at Turley, Paul Alger, partner at Shoosmiths, Rohan Campbell, partner of real estate finance at Maples Teesdale, and Richard Dollimore, partner at K&L Gates.
Click here to register for this event and view Bisnow’s Covid-19 safety guidelines and protocols.
Speakers and presenters include:
- Clare Thomas, partner of real estate, CMS Law
- Duncan Matthews, land director, Berkeley Group
- Penny Goodall-Quraishi, regional account manager, EMEA, International WELL Being Institute
- Maurice Higgins, principal solution engineer, Salesforce
Register here for the opportunity to network in person with investors, owners, agents and other CRE professionals and find out the latest projections in London commercial real estate.