Prior to the pandemic, it was shaping up to be a promising year for real estate following injected optimism fuelled by the ‘Boris Bounce’, coupled with news from Mayoral hopeful, Rory Stewart, who looked to put in place plans to use surplus TFL land to build an additional 250,000 new homes over the coming years.
The property development sector, both private and public, still play a pivotal part in the future of the British economy, with London still a huge focal point for potential future investment.
What and how did COVID-19 impact the sector, economy and decade?
Bank of England Economist, Rob Elder, will talk on behalf of the bank to offer an exclusive analysis of the market and how the global crisis has affected the economy. Joining Rob on the panel is Tim Hyatt, Global Head of Residential at Knight Frank, to shed light and knowledge on the property landscape.
Collectively, the discussion will reveal predictions on the economy and property market, how these have differed from former forecasting, and expert insight and advice for business leaders of all size.