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RICS UK Commercial Property Conference 2022

City center return, sustainability and asset class performance – Insight into UK Commercial Property for 2023 and beyond.

Included as part of the Professional Development Package

Course Duration:
2 days
Date:
Tue 13 Dec 2022 - Wed 14 Dec 2022
Time:
08:30 - 13:45 GMT
Venue:
Online
CPD:
6 hours CPD

Early Bird discount live until 21 October 2022

From
£110 + VAT

Overview

Halting post-covid recovery, rising interest rates and an ongoing cost of living crisis weigh heavily on the commercial property market. Sentiments from across the industry are pessimistic, with 48% of correspondents in the Q2 RICS UK Commercial Property Survey predicting a downturn in the sector. These issues make it difficult to navigate the changing commercial market with confidence. 

The role of city centers and nature of the workplace changed profoundly with the pandemic. Employees demand more amenities and flexibility. Department stores and restaurants face higher costs in labor and energy, and customers who are reluctant to spend like they used to. The legal relationship between tenant and landlord is evolving. Sustainability and how to do it right is becoming a burning question.

Meanwhile, the industry is held back from responding to a changed playing field, by high development queues and costs, as well as uncertainty about where funding should be allocated. Investors, occupiers, and landlords are pulled in different directions by adversarial forces, making it difficult to settle into a new status quo. 

The RICS UK Commercial Property Conference will provide an overview of these thorny questions. To help the industry move forward, it will also give commercial property surveyors practical advice in tackling issues they face in day-to-day business.

Learning outcomes

  • Familiarize yourself with the main drivers of commercial change, such as the changing role of city centres, sustainability, and persistent construction difficulties.
  • Get up to date information on investment and customer trends, current case law and technology in the sector.
  • Get a grasp of how real estate could be fit and refit to fulfil new demands in commercial settings.
  • Tap into the diverse experience of speakers from across the industry and hear their insights into the current situation within commercial property.

Who should attend

This conference is dedicated to those working in the following industries:

  • Commercial Property
  • Facilities Management
  • Corporate Real Estate
  • Planning and Development
  • Valuation.

Speakers

  • David Craig Weir –McCall, Industry Marketing Manager, Epic Games
  • Elina Grigoriou Co-Founder, Grigoriou Interiors
  • Dr Megan Walters FRICS, Allianz
  • Jennet Siebrits, Executive director, Head of UK Research, CBRE
  • Fabrizio Varriale, Place and Space Analysts, RICS
  • Sara Wilkinson, Professor –School of Built Environment
  • Tarrant Parsons, Senior Economists, RICS
  • Freddie Pritchard-Smith, Co-founder, Trustek
  • Paul Tonkin, Partner, Hogan Lovells International
  • Zoe Humphries, Workplace Experience Director, Cushman & Wakefield
  • Jonathon Compton, Head of Logistics UK, CBRE

Wide selection of highly relevant sessions from a range of industry experts – helpful refresher and update.

Some very relevant topics and great value for money.

Price Summary

Early Bird discount live until 21 October 2022.

 

Group Discounts

  • Book 3 to 5 places and get 5% off
  • Book 6 to 7 places and get 10% off
  • Book 8 to 25 places and get 15% off
  • Book 26 to 50 places and get 20% off
  • Book 51 to 100 places and get 25% off
  • Book 101 and more and get 30% off

Only one discount available per booking. This cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer from RICS. Please note the group booking discount will not be applicable with the Early Bird rate (if any).

To benefit from the group discounts, please email training@rics.org or call +44 (0) 2476868584.

  • Members £110 + VAT
  • Non-members £150 + VAT
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  • Mastercard

From
£110 + VAT