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Nursing and Care Homes: Values and Trends

Values now and likely trends as demand increases  

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There are real challenges in running care-based businesses. Care must be central to the service, but equally, if you don't run as a business, you won't survive to provide the care. 
Profitability ensures sustainability.
Profitability also underpins the value of the business when the time comes to raise finance or sell.
Profit is that thin layer between revenue and costs.

Topics of discussion include:

  • The implications for nursing and care homes of an ageing population
  • The demands of ageing property assets 
  • The consequences for employment costs of Brexit and the increasing minimum/living wage
  • Market activity:
    - Who’s buying and where's the most activity?
    - Who’s developing and where are the major opportunities? 
    - Who’s investing? 
    - Who’s funding? 
  • Are we seeing both an increase in land values and an increase in construction costs?
  • What to do to protect and increase value

Speaker

Craig Woollam, Director and Head of Healthcare, Savills



Primary Care Property and Practice

Let Services Dictate Property Form and Function

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Property and practice are inextricably linked in the provision of primary healthcare. The property must be fit-for-purpose in size, form and condition and meet the present and future needs of practitioners. This is a future that includes the creation of larger practices, often through mergers, so-called super-practices and the co-location of care services and hospital outreach specialities alongside GP partnerships within those premises. Designs, specifications, development, ownership, funding, investment and occupational arrangements (leases and licences) must all support the delivery of the care services.

Topics of discussion include:

  • Understanding the service need
  • What the new models of healthcare will look like
  • What will the new medical centres look like – the emergence of ‘super practices’ and the impact of alliances
  • Incorporating care and speciality services within the premises
  • The extent to which existing property can meet the requirements of the rapidly evolving service provision
  • The respective contributions of new-build, extension and refurbishment to the solution
  • How will new premises be funded?
  • How best should the property market (developers, investors, funders and occupiers) respond to the challenges?


Speaker

Adam Thompson, Director, Primary Care Surveyors Ltd



The Changing UK Leisure Landscape
What the Consumers and Occupiers Want – Demand and Trends in Demand

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Join us for this complimentary webinar covering:

  • The need to adhere to changes in consumers’ leisure time
  • Being a step ahead of developments and trends to ensure market share
  • The national picture vs area specific
  • Trends in demand
  • The supply and demand debate
  • The changing UK leisure landscape
  • The changing leisure habits of consumers
  • The growth of the leisure sector and a look to the future - looking out for new kids on the block

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Kate Nicholls, CEO, ALMR (Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers)


Planning Update

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The planning landscape is under constant review by Government and the challenge of balancing developer demands with local authority needs and requirements for the benefit of the community remains under constant scrutiny. As Planning Law continues to shift this webinar will cover the latest developments and predictions, including important changes just on the horizon. In particular the webinar will address changes (amendments and developments) relating to:

  • The many and various types of affordable housing
  • Community infrastructure levy
  • Assets of community value
  • Likely planning agenda for the next five years

 

This webinar will be of interest to all developers and local authorities engaged in the UK property development market.

Speakers:

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Alistair Watson - Partner, Planning and Environment
Nash Adjaye - Associate, Planning and Environment

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Taylor Wessing is a full-service leading international law firm with a single-minded approach: to help its clients succeed by thinking innovatively about their business issues.

Taylor Wessing supports clients wherever they want to do business. With 28 Taylor Wessing offices in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, offering an integrated service across the full range of practice areas, we blend the best of local business, industry and cultural knowledge with international experience to provide astutely commercial solutions for our clients. The firm has with core strengths in real estate, finance, corporate, IP and private wealth.

Taylor Wessing has a clear focus on supporting the fast growing industries of tomorrow and is active in Real Estate & Infrastructure (including Construction); Technology, Media and Communications; Life Sciences & Healthcare; Financial Institutions & Services; and Energy & Environment. 



Development Finance

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Development financing has changed immensely over the last decade as the scope and nature of the lenders have shifted beyond the traditional retail banks to, once again, include pension funds, investment funds and other alternative lenders. This webinar will review current practice in development finance, including:

  • Deal and security structures
  • Funding challenges and 
  • Protections

 

This webinar will be of interest to all investors, funders, owners and developers of commercial real estate in the UK.

Speakers:

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Matthew Jones - Partner, Construction
Emma Oakley - Partner, Real Estate
Jonathan Marks - Partner, Finance
Nada Jarnaz - Finance - Senior Associate 

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Taylor Wessing is a full-service leading international law firm with a single-minded approach: to help its clients succeed by thinking innovatively about their business issues.

Taylor Wessing supports clients wherever they want to do business. With 28 Taylor Wessing offices in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, offering an integrated service across the full range of practice areas, we blend the best of local business, industry and cultural knowledge with international experience to provide astutely commercial solutions for our clients. The firm has with core strengths in real estate, finance, corporate, IP and private wealth.

Taylor Wessing has a clear focus on supporting the fast growing industries of tomorrow and is active in Real Estate & Infrastructure (including Construction); Technology, Media and Communications; Life Sciences & Healthcare; Financial Institutions & Services; and Energy & Environment.

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Foreign Investment in UK Real Estate - for whom, why and how structured?

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Since 2009, the UK has enjoyed increasing levels of overseas investment into real estate. Private Investors and Institutions from Asia, Middle East and increasingly the US find UK real estate an attractive investment. Searching for the prospect of material returns on capital and drawing on an accessible financing market, international investors are typically seeking out opportunities across all sectors notably retail, office, hotel and residential, both in London and, increasingly, outside London, as well as opportunities for shorter-term returns through development projects. This class of investor now dominates in London, but what is the attraction, and what do these investors need to consider when investing in UK real estate?

In this webinar, we will cover:

  • Why the UK property market is considered a safe haven for overseas investment?
  • What only the shrewd investors know
  • Selecting the right asset for success
  • Structuring the investment in a tax efficient manner to maximise returns
  • Financing the asset, availability of finance and the variety of choice available
  • Holding, refurbishing and managing the asset for return on investment
  • Attractiveness of the UK tax regime for international investors

 

This webinar will be of interest to overseas investors and developers in addition to agents working with investors, and sellers looking to attract overseas interest in their assets.

Speakers: 

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Paul Lawrence - International Head of Real Estate
Rodney Dukes - Partner, Finance
Robert Young - Partner, Tax and Incentives

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Taylor Wessing is a full-service leading international law firm with a single-minded approach: to help its clients succeed by thinking innovatively about their business issues.

Taylor Wessing supports clients wherever they want to do business. With 28 Taylor Wessing offices in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, offering an integrated service across the full range of practice areas, we blend the best of local business, industry and cultural knowledge with international experience to provide astutely commercial solutions for our clients. The firm has with core strengths in real estate, finance, corporate, IP and private wealth.

Taylor Wessing has a clear focus on supporting the fast growing industries of tomorrow and is active in Real Estate & Infrastructure (including Construction); Technology, Media and Communications; Life Sciences & Healthcare; Financial Institutions & Services; and Energy & Environment.

www.taylorwessing.com

 



H
otel Financing

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This webinar will cover the latest trends in hotel finance, including deal structures, funding issues, risks, returns and exit strategies. Specifically, the webinar will address:

  • Who is lending and what is their appetite for hotels 
  • What regions are particularly active 
  • Hotel Structures 
  • Finance structures, terms, security criteria and which vehicles to use 
  • Hotels for development and / or investment 
  • Challenges to be aware of when investing in hotels 
  • The Lenders point of view - issues and potential pitfalls 
  • Opportunities and trends 

 

This webinar will be of interest to all hotel investors, owners, developers and operators together with agents, advisors and consultants.  

Speakers:

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Richard Bursby - Partner, Hotels, Taylor Wessing 

Rodney Dukes - Partner, Finance, Taylor Wessing 

Nada Jarnaz - Senior Associate, Finance, Taylor Wessing 

Maddalena Padrin - Senior Counsel, Real Estate, Taylor Wessing

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Taylor Wessing is a full-service leading international law firm with a single-minded approach: to help its clients succeed by thinking innovatively about their business issues.

Taylor Wessing supports clients wherever they want to do business. With 28 Taylor Wessing offices in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, offering an integrated service across the full range of practice areas, we blend the best of local business, industry and cultural knowledge with international experience to provide astutely commercial solutions for our clients. The firm has with core strengths in real estate, finance, corporate, IP and private wealth.

Taylor Wessing has a clear focus on supporting the fast growing industries of tomorrow and is active in Real Estate & Infrastructure (including Construction); Technology, Media and Communications; Life Sciences & Healthcare; Financial Institutions & Services; and Energy & Environment.

www.taylorwessing.com

 



H
igh End Residential Real Estate

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Session topics include:

  • Buying and investing in Residential
  • Buying and investing in Commercial for conversion to Residential
  • Issues on conversion
  • Planning issues
  • Construction documents
  • Project related issues

Speakers:

Laurence Cobb, Partner, Taylor Wessing
Elaine Dobson, Partner, Taylor Wessing
Alistair Watson, Partner, Taylor Wessing

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Taylor Wessing is a leading international law firm with a single-minded approach: to help its clients succeed by thinking innovatively about their business issues.

Taylor Wessing numbers over 1,000 lawyers working across 24 offices in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, offering an integrated service across the full range of practice areas, with core strengths in real estate, finance, corporate, IP and private wealth.

Taylor Wessing has a clear focus on supporting the fast growing industries of tomorrow and is active in Real Estate & Infrastructure (including Construction); Technology, Media and Communications; Life Sciences & Healthcare; Financial Institutions & Services; and Energy & Environment.

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R
eal Estate Joint Ventures

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Session topics include:

  • Why use a Joint Venture?
  • Which vehicle to use
  • Tax issues
  • Regulatory requirements
  • Sources of finance for a JV
  • Structures
  • The lender's point of view

Speakers:

Rodney Dukes, Partner,Taylor Wessing
Ronald Graham, Corporate, Commercial and Projects Partner,Taylor Wessing
Neil McKnight, Senior Associate, Taylor Wessing

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Taylor Wessing is a leading international law firm with a single-minded approach: to help its clients succeed by thinking innovatively about their business issues.

Taylor Wessing numbers over 1,000 lawyers working across 24 offices in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, offering an integrated service across the full range of practice areas, with core strengths in real estate, finance, corporate, IP and private wealth.

Taylor Wessing has a clear focus on supporting the fast growing industries of tomorrow and is active in Real Estate & Infrastructure (including Construction); Technology, Media and Communications; Life Sciences & Healthcare; Financial Institutions & Services; and Energy & Environment.

www.taylorwessing.com

 



S
tudent Accommodation

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Covering the latest thinking and developments, including current trends, deal structures, funding issues, risks, returns and exit strategies

  • Trends in development
  • What regions are particularly active?
  • What are the main issues and challenges to be aware of when developing student accommodation (planning, real estate, tax)?
  • Lenders issues and potential pitfalls

Speakers:

Eamonn Cannon, Consultant,Taylor Wessing
Paul Leamy, Senior Counsel, London, Real Estate,Taylor Wessing
Alistair Watson, Partner,Taylor Wessing

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Taylor Wessing is a leading international law firm with a single-minded approach: to help its clients succeed by thinking innovatively about their business issues.

Taylor Wessing numbers over 1,000 lawyers working across 24 offices in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, offering an integrated service across the full range of practice areas, with core strengths in real estate, finance, corporate, IP and private wealth.

Taylor Wessing has a clear focus on supporting the fast growing industries of tomorrow and is active in Real Estate & Infrastructure (including Construction); Technology, Media and Communications; Life Sciences & Healthcare; Financial Institutions & Services; and Energy & Environment.

www.taylorwessing.com

 



Non-Bank Lenders

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·         The major non-bank lenders active in the market;

  • Funds
  • Private Equity
  • Insurance companies
  • Bank portfolio unwind

·         How non-bank lenders approach a deal;

  • Structure
  • Syndicates/club
  • Tenor
  • Pricing
  • Undertakings
  • Relationship

·         Intercreditor issues

  • New LMA form of ICA
  • Deal protection
  • Enforcement options

Speakers:

Rodney Dukes, Partner,Taylor Wessing
Martin Yells, Partner,Taylor Wessing

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Taylor Wessing numbers over 1,000 lawyers working across 24 offices in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, offering an integrated service across the full range of practice areas, with core strengths in real estate, finance, corporate, IP and private wealth.

Taylor Wessing has a clear focus on supporting the fast growing industries of tomorrow and is active in Real Estate & Infrastructure (including Construction); Technology, Media and Communications; Life Sciences & Healthcare; Financial Institutions & Services; and Energy & Environment.

www.taylorwessing.com

 



T
he Art of Marketing to Overseas Buyers

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  • Looking for opportunities and narrowing down the search - where do you start to find the interested buyer from overseas and knowing your market
  • What likely property structures and investment opportunities appeal to the overseas buyer
  • Capitalising on the growth and expected growth of the interest in UK property to the overseas buyer
  • Positioning - research, branding and reputation

Moderator:
Philip Johnston,Valuer and Consultant,Savills

Presenters:
Marc Finney,Director of Hotels International,Colliers
Charles Weston BakerHead of Department, International Residential,Savills

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O
pportunities in Industrial and Warehouse Investment

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Creating genuinely sustainable industrial space - identifying the economic impact of different patterns of industrial development

  • Finding opportunities and potential industrial space for the multi-let industrial development market - where can you find these and what strategic advice and sources of research is needed?
  • Modal shift and the importance of new infrastructure and development
  • Gaining ground and maximising on a resurgence in manufacturing - but not as we know it - and using warehousing and industrial development as a real investment

Moderator:
Bob Thompson, Director, Remit Consulting. Visiting Research Fellow at Reading University
Presenters:
Kevin Mofid, Associate Director - Research
, BNP Paribas
Bob Thompson, Director, Remit Consulting. Visiting Research Fellow at Reading University


 

 



L
atest thoughts on Joint Venture Structures 

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Here are a vast number of ways to get the structure wrong. The three most essential elements are: ensuring certainty in how decisions are to be made in all circumstances, establishing who has which risks and who receives what rewards and maximizing the post-tax profit. This Henry Stewart webinar covers all three.

Issues covered include:

  • Latest thinking on the use of joint ventures in UK real estate; including equity, debt and direct real estate investment
  • How joint ventures work and the alternative structures on offer - who takes what risk and in which order
  • Alternative approaches and key terms to agree
  • Getting the tax and structuring right

Moderator:
James Wilkinson, Partner, Europe & Middle East Corporate Group, Reed Smith
Presenters:
Bruce Dear, Partner, Eversheds
Sebastian Daly, Partner, Eversheds

  

 



P
lanning Policy in the London Boroughs - knowing what's possible and commercially viable

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The two most important questions in property development: what's the projected profit and can I get planning consent? At a time when residential is in such demand the big issues are frequently: what density can I get and how much affordable housing must I provide? This webinar provides the structure for answering those questions in the London boroughs.

Covering:

  • Relevance of the Localism Act 2011
  • How the national, local and neighbourhood policies and plans should be interpreted in the London boroughs
  • Implications of the Community Infrastructure Levy
  • Assessing likely S106 requirements and negotiating a final agreement
  • Making the most of the new permitted development rights to convert offices and retail to residential. Likely barriers and complications, loopholes and challenges - how to respond to them.

Presenters:

Matt Humphreys, Associate Director, Turley Associates
Chad Sutton, Partner, Maples Teesdale LLP

 

 



N
ew Sources of Debt and Equity Finance - The Changing Face of Property Development and Trading

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Debt is the fuel that drives property transactions; equity is the high octane component that makes all things possible. And new formulations, combinations and sources are constantly becoming available while old reservoirs dry up.
This webinar brings you the latest information and informed opinion presented by a leading front line team and there will be ample opportunities for questions and discussion.

Issues covered include:

  • New sources of equity in the market: the influx of foreign capital
  • What foreign money is looking for and what the challenges are to accessing this capital
  • Looking for alternative funding sources for property investment, development and trading shopping around for opportunities
  • Finding new sources of funds, senior finance, mezzanine finance and joint venture finance the likely structures and terms in the current and future property market
  • Using mezzanine and preferred equity finance and opening up the opportunities these finance structures bring
  • Bridging the expectation gap between lenders and borrowers
  • Current market challenges, especially in subordinated finance deals

Moderator: Jon Bond, Partner and Head of Property Finance, Charles Russell LLP
Presenters: 
Mark Evans, Executive Director, Equity Raising Team, CBRE Ltd
Eleonora Pulci, Director, CBRE Ltd | Real Estate Finance - Debt & Structured Finance

  

 

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