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Live Webinar – The UK Property Market after Covid19 – An Uncertain Future? – 30 April 2020 at 2pm

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Contents

The Coronavirus isn’t just a pernicious disease that has changed our way of life in the short term, it will have a far reaching impact upon our economy, our culture and our way of life in general. But what will the impact be on the Property Market in the UK? Many commentators, including the RICS, have offered views of the possible effect of our current situation on the UK property market.

This presentation will discuss the various views proffered and investigate the possible futures and scenarios that could happen once the Covid 19 crisis has passed. It will look at possible timings, the opportunities and threats of the new tomorrow and whether it will be possible to return to a semblance of normality in all property sectors. The presentation will be a mix of conjecture and scenario planning. It isn’t a crystal ball but a process by which property professionals can plan for a series of possible outcomes.

Learning Objectives

  • An understanding of the possible impact of Covid 19 on different property sectors; residential, retail, offices, logistics, industrial and leisure.
  • An appreciation of the role of scenario planning and the advantages of planning for possible outcomes.
  • Understanding the practical implications of the fallout of the virus on property leasing and management.
  • Recognising the underlying requirements of property ownership in a post Covid 19 world.

Speaker

NICK FRENCH

Nick French is a recognised expert in the area of property valuation and appraisal. Previously, he has worked as a professor at various universities in the UK, Europe and the USA teaching extensively in the areas of valuation, investment and corporate real estate on BSc, MSc and MBA programmes.

In 2018, Nick set up Real Estate Valuation Theurgy, a vehicle that allows him to continue writing papers, presenting conference papers and undertaking in-house training for the real estate profession at home and abroad. His research interests concentrate upon the interface of property legislation and regulation and its impact on value and valuation models. In recent years, he has won the RICS Prize for the Best Paper in Valuation and the Appraisal and the Appraisal Journal Prize for the Best Paper in Appraisal at European Real Estate Society Conferences. In 2018, he was awarded a “Lifetime Achievement Award” by the International Real Estate Society.

Nick is the Editor of the Journal of Property Investment & Finance, the award winning academic international journal of the real estate industry. He also writes regularly for, the Journal of Property Investment & Finance, the Property Chronicle, the European Journal of Real Estate Research, the Journal of Corporate Real Estate and other professional and academic journals.

He is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and has regularly served on the various committees such as the UK Valuation Board and the Corporate Real Estate Strategy Group. He was also a member of the Professional Board of the International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC).

Nick started 2020 by being featured on Radio 2’s Steve Wright in the Afternoon when he chose his ‘The Non – stop Golden Oldies’ (20th January 2020). Nick has also had his first article on comic collecting accepted for publication in the high street magazine, Comic Scene, to be published in March 2020.