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What's New in Student Housing
Tapping into P2P and other alternative finance for property transactions – navigating the options, sources and terms for investment, development or trading   
Property Funding - Avoiding the Common Problems when Structuring Finance Arrangements 
MEES (Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards) - post April 2018 and beyond to April 2023: complying with the regulations 
Maximising Tax Allowances to Enhance Investment Values

 



What's New in Student Housing 

Wednesday, 5 September 2018

1:00 PM - 1:45 PM GMT

  • Meeting the ever-growing demand for student accommodation:
       - The investment trends
       - The growth opportunities
       - What is driving demand
  • Who is providing what, for whom and why
  • Who is providing finance and on what terms
  • Which joint ventures partners are good partners

Presenter

David Feeney, Associate, Student Accommodation Advisory, Cushman & Wakefield



Tapping into P2P and Other Alternative Finance for Property Transactions: 
Navigating the Options, Sources and Terms for Investment, Development or Trading 

Wednesday, 26 September 2018

1:00 PM - 1:45 PM GMT

  • P2P as an alternative way to finance property
  • Risks vs. rewards – be wary of pitfalls
  • Why and when to use these sources
  • When to stay traditional 

Presenter

David Penston, Co-founder and Director - Head of Property, Assetz Capital



Property Funding - Avoiding the Common Problems when Structuring Finance Arrangements  

Wednesday, 3 October 2018

1:00 PM - 1:45 PM GMT

  • Alternative structures and the implications of adopting them
  • Finance from where and for what – and the likely terms
  • Debt and Equity finance – what’s possible; what’s desirable
  • Mezzanine finance
  • Complex joint partnering finance and syndicated lending structures

Presenters

Jon Bond, Partner and Head of Property Finance, Charles Russell Speechlys LLP 

James Thomlinson, Co-Founder, Voltaire Financial  




MEES (Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards) - post April 2018 and beyond to April 2023: complying with the regulations 

Wednesday, 10 October 2018

1:00 PM - 1:45 PM GMT

  • What do the regulations mean for existing tenancies and new tenancies if the building has less than the minimum EPC
  • Impact on existing leases, future leases, lease drafting and rent review practice
  • Importance of reviewing energy efficiency works to protect asset value
  • RICS Guidelines – what’s important now, likely developments and further changes
  • Valuation challenges

Presenter

Sarah Sayce, Part-time Professor, University of Reading.  Visiting Professor, Royal Agricultural University.  Emeritus Professor, Kingston University




Maximising Tax Allowances to Enhance Investment Values  

Wednesday, 21 November 2018

1:00 PM - 1:45 PM GMT

  • What’s achievable
  • How and when to plan property expenditure to maximise tax relief
  • Tax efficient property refurbishment
  • Taking acquisition and disposal into consideration

Presenter

Andy White, Director, Gleeds Advisory LLP

 

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