There is a housing crisis! And in response to this crisis, the government’s action plan ‘Rebuilding Ireland’ aims to double the annual level of residential construction to 25,000 homes and deliver 47,000 units of social housing in the period to 2021. It plans to do this whilst at the same time making the best use of the existing housing stock and laying the foundations for a more vibrant and responsive private rented sector. Realising these ambitious targets (which alone are still not nearly enough to resolve the supply crisis) will require a mammoth rethinking of how we provide housing. Indeed, the delivery of significant volumes of new housing supply of all tenures is acknowledged now as a national priority.
It is against this background that The Sunday Business Post’s 2017 Residential Property Summit will bring together investors, developers, builders, finance providers and real estate agents to discuss and explore the prospects of the Irish residential property sector and the practical solutions to overcoming its many challenges. The day will focus on the Irish house building challenge and whether, and how, we can deliver the home-building revolution the country needs.
Topics to be discussed include:
- What immediate changes are necessary to ‘rebuild Ireland’ and resolve some of the worst effects of the crisis?
- Why is housing so expensive in this country?
- What are the major bottlenecks to development and how can they be resolved as quickly as possible?
- Where are we going in terms of investment, tax reform and regulation?
- What can Ireland learn from other European countries?
- How can we create a sustainable renting sector?
Who will attend?
This event is designed for anyone in Ireland’s residential 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, Harcourt Developments, Colliers International, Rohan Holdings, Davy and many more…
A selection of our leading speakers for this event:
Read below to see what some of our past attendees have to say about us:
Very good topics and calibre of speakers
A very worthwhile event with speakers that are very relevant to the industry and ample opportunity to network
Many congratulations on successfully delivering a very enjoyable event.
The event was very well organised and well attended, the venue was good, everyone was very friendly so an excellent day all round.
Our Tickets and Pricing
Single tickets and multi-ticket bundles available
Early Bird Ticket
1 – 3 Tickets
Must End October 19
(Late booker price €350)
Multi-Ticket Bundle A
4 tickets for the price of 3
Must End October 19
(Late booker price €262.50)
Multi-Ticket Bundle B
6 tickets for the price of 4
Must End October 19
(Late booker price €233.33)
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The AVIVA Stadium, Dublin