Where next for property post Brexit and Election?


Date: Saturday 04-04-2020
Room: 5
Time: 13:10
Duration: 60
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Although it will still take some time to actually leave the EU, we have a much clearer picture of which direction of travel the UK is heading.

With a new majority government in place for the next five years, a Queens Speech under our belt as well as a manifesto to draw from and the latest property forecasts now out, we do have a much better of idea of what landlords and property investors will need to be aware of over the next five years.

Find out about our expert panel’s worries and fears and, bring your own questions to test their knowledge and seek answers to property questions which are currently on your mind.  

Chair Russell Quirk is joined by an expert panel.

Speaker Profiles

Kate Faulkner

Founder of propertychecklists.co.uk |  author of the Which? Essential Guide: Property Investor's Handbook

Kate Faulkner, Bsc ( Econ), MBA DipM, CIM is one of the UK’s leading property experts. She is passionate that most of the problems in the residential property market can be solved if the media, industry and government worked together to educate consumers on how to carry out property projects.

To aid this, Kate has set up a free consumer site (propertychecklists.co.uk) and working groups for homebuying and selling and The Lettings Industry Council.

Kate regularly features on BBC TV and radio including You and Yours, Moneybox and 5Live’s Midnight Property Expert as well as LBC’s Property Hour and on ITV’s This Morning.  She earns her money mainly through consulting projects with the industry.

Ben Beadle

Ben is the Chief Executive of the NRLA,  the association created by the merger of the NLA and RLA. A landlord for 15 years, Ben has had a lengthy career in housing, holding senior roles at Touchstone, part of the Places for People Housing group, the Tenancy Deposit Scheme and TDS Northern Ireland.

He is responsible for fusing the two organisations together and delivering great services to our customers, growing the business to ensure we have an even greater voice to influence housing policy, for the benefit of our members.

Tony Gimple

Since the mid-1980s Tony Gimple has been helping people to protect their hard-earned wealth for themselves and those they care about most.

Regularly featured in property industry press and found on expert panel debates with the likes of Andrew Neil, Kate Faulkner and Iain Duncan Smith; Tony is a respected commentator on how landlords can maximise the commercial benefits of building, running and growing a recognised professional property business.

As well as co-founding Less Tax 4 Landlords,  Tony was one of the first to embed mortgage brokers into estate agents with Legal & General and he helped to set up and run the UK's first mainstream fee-based financial planning business for American Express. He also co-founded Chancery Law Group, one of the UK's first deregulated law firms as well as Planned Succession, a specialist business and estate succession planning firm.

John Howard

John Howard is one of the most experienced developers and investors in the UK today with a career spanning four decades.

His proficiency stems from the sale and purchase of over 3,500 properties - and his latest acquisition is a £26 million development funded by Homes England.

The knowledge that John has gained throughout his career is now being passed on through his books, property seminars and TV appearances. 

Russell Quirk

Russell Quirk is well known in the property industry as both an estate agency boss and PR guru.

He’s been round the block a few times having run traditional and online businesses in the sector for over 25 years and is infamous for his opinionated and straight-talking stance on anything and everything property. He takes no prisoners.

He’s a regular pundit on housing matters for TalkRADIO, LBC and the BBC and is a founder panellist for TalkRADIO’s 'Plank of the Week’ on YouTube, a wry critique of media types that "are just asking to have fun poked at them", says Russell.