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The UK's largest landlord exhibition, the National Landlord Investment Show, will return to London Olympia on the 13th June for its 13th appearance at this location.
The National Landlord Investment Show is the UK's leading landlord and property exhibition and offers attendees a chance to connect with thousands of other professionals in the industry, such as investors, management companies, letting agents and various suppliers of buy-to-let services.
The March show seen, guest appearances by Iain Duncan Smith and Andrew Neil, who chaired the Government Panel Debate and the show attracted over 4,000 UK landlords and property investors.The June show will have a large focus on how landlords can grow and retain portfolios with success, with in-depth discussions set to take place on important issues facing the private rented sector today. These include Brexit, property licensing, tax, finance, immigration and much more, which will be covered in seminars on the day delivered by industry experts.
Andrew Neil has confirmed he will be chairing the “The future of the UK housing market” to take place at 10am.
Other panellists include the former London Mayor Ken Livingstone, this is an opportunity for you to put your questions forward regards the future of the UK housing market.
This will also be a question and answer debate that will discuss the issues that UK landlords are currently facing, exploring the various changes that individuals in this sector should be aware of and predictions about the future of the industry. Attendees will be given a unique opportunity to voice their own opinions and raise questions that matter to their own individual operations.Get your free show tickets
Tracey Hanbury, co-director of the Landlord Investment Show comments: “The Landlord Investment Show is a unique opportunity for companies to showcase their services to landlords throughout the UK. Since we first established the event, it has developed a strong reputation in the sector and has attracted some of the industry's most valuable players, including, Less Tax for Landlords, NatWest Bank, Barclays Bank, Nova, Landlord Action, Strawberry Star, and Alan Boswell Group.”
Steve Hanbury, co-director of the Landlord Investment Show comments: “This exhibition provides landlords with a unique and comprehensive opportunity to discover the latest trends, news, insights and advice that matter to the industry. It is unlike any other exhibition in that it gathers together so many of the UK’s leading figures in the property world, with huge opportunities to share and connect. It’s also free to attend! So anyone with an interest in areas such as property tax, buy-to-let opportunities or legislation changes really has no excuse not to join us on the 21st.”
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Could someone please explain the rationale for inviting " Labour Landlord Assassins " to this event ( it was strange enough seeing Karen Buck on the panel !
Hi Chris,Why was it strange to see Karen Buck on the panel? She's an MP with an interest in housing. It's good to get people who do not share the landlord view along to the event so that they can engage with the landlord community, and can perhaps begin to understand that there are decent and caring landlords out there and also get a more thorough understanding of the PRS. Any dialogue can be positive and change hearts and minds.
Vanessa Warwick Landlord and Co-Founder of PropertyTribes.com **If you have got value from Property Tribes, find out how you can support it in remaining a free to use community resource**
Last few tickets remaining ...Plan your day...
8.30am: Doors open
9am - 9.45am: Morning Networking Event (Foyer)
10am: Main Exhibition Hall opens
10am - 11.15am: The Future of the UK Housing Market Debate
11.30am: Seminars open across 5 seminar rooms
1.30pm: 2.30pm: Women in Property Debate
3.30pm - 4.30pm: UK Development Hot-Spot Debate
4pm: Complimentary drinks and networking in the LIS Lounge
5pm: Show closesGet your free show tickets