Over the last five years, the student housing market has gone global. We’re taking a look at the key markets and global trends that are set to influence student accommodation.
Katy Warrick is a Residential Research Director and Head of London Residential Research at Savills. As an expert and regular speaker on market trends, supply and demand and key opportunities within London residential markets, we sat down to discuss the current outlook in London right now.
Tonia Secker is a Partner and Head of Affordable Housing and Rob Beiley is a Partner at international law firm, Trowers & Hamlins. With decades of experience between them in advising housing associations and local authorities on major projects, we sat down to discuss their work in the industry and the current opportunities for further affordable housing delivery.
What is the property outlook currently in post-election Britain? We’re taking a closer look at what some of the experts are seeing right now and what some are predicting for key sectors within the industry.
Following on from our 2019 review, we’re taking a closer look at some of the key themes and topics that could affect property sectors throughout 2020.
2019 has been a tumultuous year across many markets, perhaps not least for experts and consumers within property sectors. However, not all doom and gloom, there have also been some key milestones throughout the year, such as the celebration of the 100-year anniversary of modern council housing.
Recent research by Savills, commissioned for the British Property Federation, has highlighted 20% year on year growth in the Build to Rent (BTR) sector, with the number of completed units rising by 31% over the same period. For an industry significantly increasing its contribution to housing delivery right now, we’re taking a closer look at what’s going on in the market.
Following on from our recent article on the emerging trends in retirement living markets, we sat down with Philip Schmid, Director of Living Capital Markets (Healthcare) for global real estate professionals, JLL, to discuss diversification and investment within senior living models right now.
Alan Collett FRICS is the Fund Manager at Hearthstone Investments and a past President of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. Having chaired our own Residential Investment and Build to Rent (BTR) conference for the last nine years and worked across all areas of property acquisition, development, management and sales, Alan was our first port of call to discuss what’s going on in the Build to Rent market right now.
Along with shifts in demographics and senior homeowners realising the economic benefits of downsizing, changing cultural and lifestyle factors are influencing the way retirees want to live. We’re looking at some of the emerging trends in the retirement living sector.