The 6th National Property Summit
December 4th, Aviva Stadium, Dublin
Welcome from the morning Chair
Property Editor, The Sunday Business Post
Morning Plenary Session
MINISTERIAL ADDRESS: Policy updates for the year ahead
Minister of State for Housing and Urban Development
OPENING ADDRESS: The changing shape of Irish home ownership
Executive Director, CBRE
PANEL DISCUSSION: Irish property market outlook for 2020
- The unknown impact of Brexit on commercial and residential development
- Central Bank mortgage lending limits and the impact on development
Assistant Director, British Property Federation
Conall Mac Coille
Chief Economist, Davy
Director of Research, Savills
The future of urban development
- Challenges from prior planning in Ireland
- Best practices for urban living
- Rebalancing the country
- Ireland 2040
- What the Land Development Agency could do to drive results
Chair, Land Development Agency
STREAM 1: RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY
STREAM 2: COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
Welcome back from afternoon Chair
SMART TECH CHANGES IN THE PROPERTY MARKET
PANEL DISCUSSION: Revolutionising apartment building with new models
It is vital to Dublin’s housing market and the economy generally that a dramatic increase in the construction of large-scale apartment developments is undertaken, ideally next to transport hubs. New regulations including the increase in the number of permitted number of units per floor, provisions for studio apartments and changes to car park builiding etc are seen as reasons for optimism.
- Apartment building in our cities.
- New construction methods for apartment building.
- What can we learn from other cities?
- Lowering the cost of apartment building…
- Facilitating development of high-rise developments in Dublin.
Senior Vice President, Apartments.com
Editor, Passive House Magazine
Managing Director, C+W O'Brien Architects
PANEL DISCUSSION: Adapting to a fast – evolving environment
A powerful new technological wave is impacting the real estate sector, creating new business opportunities for both the real estate and tech industries. Proptech, which is the collective term for technology designed for use in planning, construction and property, is revolutionising this traditional industry.
- How is technology changing the real estate business model?
- What does the business landscape of the future look like?
- How can real estate players get better at anticipating change?
- What is the new role of real estate players? How can they implement this new role?
Director, Modern Homes Ireland
Vice President, Yardi UK
INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Driving Innovation for the Builtworld…
Founder and Chief Executive Officer, OVG Real Estate, one of Europe’s largest commercial property developers and a global leader in tech-enabled green building design. Since founding the firm in 1997, has led the growth of OVG to its current scope with more than a million square meters of development in the Netherlands, Germany and United States. January 2018, founded EDGE Technologies, a real estate technology company that specializes in development and operation of a new generation of buildings with a primary focus on the health of people and the planet. By combining decades of experience in the real estate and technology industry, EDGE Technologies incorporates a technology-driven operations platform that delivers the best buildings and solutions for ambitious customers worldwide…
Coen Van Oostram
OVG Real Estate (OVG is one of Europe’s largest property developers and a global leader in tech enabled buildings
FINANCING AND PLANNING
Forward funding models: A Solution to the Funding Gap for Small/Medium Sized Builders
CEO, Home Building Finance Ireland (HBFI)
LOCKNOTE ADDRESS: The Planning System in Ireland – Fit for purpose?