About The National Property Summit 2019
2019 has seen reduced house inflation, ongoing affordability problems in the residential sector and increased uncertainty on Brexit. A period of moderate inflation seems likely for times ahead, especially for Dublin. However, despite the overall relatively reassuring picture painted by some recent reports, core challenges remain and uncertainty lingers.
At this year’s 6th National Property Summit, we will review the progress of the government’s Rebuilding Ireland Action Plan. Additional topics will include innovation in building, tackling the problems still facing the rental sector, addressing affordability and solutions for higher density and sustainable development.
The Business Post’s 2019 National Property Summit will bring together investors, developers, builders, finance providers & agents to discuss and explore the future prospects for the Irish property sector and practical solutions to overcoming its challenges…
Topics to be discussed include:
- A return to normalcy?
- Retail, industrial and office development
- Social housing
- Developments in apartment building
- Intelligent density
- Addressing affordability
- Innovation in property
- Modular building
- Generation Rent
- The effects of increased regulation
- The effects of Brexit for commercial and residential property
- The uneven recovery
- Delivering large-scale projects
- Collaboration between rental investors and housebuilders
- Building sustainable housing
- Closing the gap between construction and operations
- Forward funding schemes
- Planning stages – breaking ground to grand opening
- Could a high-rise skyline make Dublin a more liveable city – or is it too high, too far, too soon?
- Developing outside Dublin
- New homes – supply versus demand. Where are we?
- Tackling the bottlenecks to development
Who will attend?
This event is designed for everyone in Ireland’s property space. Attendees will include:
- Policy makers, local authorities, housing associations
- Estate agents
- Chartered surveyors
- Property service providers
- Financial services
- Legal firms
- Investment banks / advisors
- Real estate investment trusts
- Asset managers
- Infrastructure developers
Previous Attendees include:
CBRE, Bridgedale, DTZ Sherry Fitzgerald, Hibernian Estates, Cairn plc, RKD Architects, Hibernian REIT plc, Hooke & MacDonald, Cardinal Capital Group, HWBC, Thornton’s Chartered Surveyors, Kennedy Wilson, NAMA, WK Nowlan Property, Beauchamps, NDBA Architects, Tribeca Capital Partners, Jenkins Modular Homes, The Central Bank, The Construction Industry Federation, Cluid Housing, Bank of Ireland, Knight Frank, ChristiesPMP, OSI, John Paul Construction, SCSI, Bruce Shaw, PwC, Wyse, NESC, KPMG Corporate Finance, Byrne Wallace, NTMA, Wexford CoCo, Duff & Phelps, Dowdstown Developments, Dillon Eustace, DKM Economic Consultants, O’Flynn Construction, Irish Mortgage Brokers, Dublin City Council, Capita Asset Services, Clancy Homes, Lisney, Harcourt Developments, Colliers International, Rohan Holdings, Davy, Belgrove Homes, Downey Planning, Bartra Capital, Victoria Homes, DNG, Winterbrook Homes, BAM, O’Mahony Pike, Morton & Flanagan, Coady Architects, Townlink, Wyse and many more…
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4 tickets for the price of 3
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6 tickets for the price of 4
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10 tickets for the price of 6
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The AVIVA Stadium
You will register in the Atrium and this is on Level 3 on the west side of the Stadium.
Pedestrian access to the Atrium is via Stairwell 42 on Lansdowne Road. We will have signage directing you.
The Lansdowne DART Station is located directly across from the Aviva Stadium.
Parking: Parking is available in the main Aviva car park on Lansdowne Road. The rate is €2 per hour or €10 per day.
Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4 GPS coordinates 53.337141, -6.243663