June 28-30, 2022 | UK
Housing, the award winning Chartered Institute of Housing’s annual conference and Europe’s leading housing festival, took place in September 2021 at Manchester Central after 18 months of virtual discussions, debates and dialogue.
Housing 2022, the Chartered Institute of Housing's annual conference and Europe's largest housing festival, takes place annually in Manchester. With 8500+ attendees, 10 theatres, 500+ speakers, and 400+ sponsors and exhibitors over the three days - it is the biggest meeting place for the whole housing sector. Ranked as a global leader for the delegate experience, Housing has taken place for 70 years in the UK and provides a platform for key stakeholders to come together to discuss, debate, partner, learn and improve the lives of the people we house.
Housing is the must-attend event for local authorities, housing associations, key partners and suppliers, government, housebuilders, and developers. It brings the sector together to drive forward collectively.
June 15, 2022 | UK
The demand for increased flexibility in lease terms means tenants are looking to change use, carry out alterations and share occupation, as well as looking to negotiate pandemic clauses, recast rental arrangements, vary term lengths and rethink the extent of their demise. Both the lawyer documenting any lease variations and the agent negotiating heads of terms need to be aware of the potential for serious problems to be created, such as conferring security of tenure, adverse impact on rent review, and additional SDLT liability, and be able to structure deals so as to avoid them.
Not all lease variations are easily identified as such
Guarantors and former tenants may be released from obligations
Clarity is needed as to the position of successors in title
Revised rental arrangements will have an impact on other lease terms
Incorporating lease terms by reference in supplemental leases requires a sharp eye for detail
January 29-30, 2022 | USA
You might think that owning large-scale commercial real estate is out of reach unless you are ultra-wealthy, or work at it full time - not so! An investment vehicle known as a syndication allows investors of ordinary means to passively partner up, buy, operate, and profit from assets like apartment complexes or office towers. During his talk, Joel will share the basics of syndications, and explain how a busy working professional or retiree can use syndications to make “mailbox money” from commercial real estate assets, without creating a new time commitment.
March 28-April 1, 2022 | USA
As commercial real estate investment professionals, we’re called to make wise decisions, yet we’re awash in often meaningless and contradictory information that passes for “data”. But how to sort the wheat from the chaff? How to form an integrated perspective that galvanizes investor interest and enables action and most importantly, results?