The Next Footings in the Local Property Market 2018

    May 03, 2018 07:45
    DoubleTree by Hilton Lincoln, Lincoln
    Free

    A special update for those interested in property matters locally, including investors, developers and those with residential lettings.

    Cross Sector Property Update

    Johnny Dudgeon, Director at Savills

    Johnny is responsible for Savills Lincoln office and undertakes advice for private and institutional clients, including charities, covering all aspects of professional work for a variety of rural, residential and commercial properties. He also has a wide range of professional experience including strategic portfolio oversight and investment advice, sales of rural property, professional valuations, rent reviews and arbitrations, rural development and regeneration and Court appointed valuation work.

    Johnny will provide delegates with a general overview and update of the residential and commercial property and investment markets locally.

    At the Heart of Every Successful Property Transaction

    Chris Connor, Tax Partner & Kelly Goodchild, Assistant Tax Manager at Streets Chartered Accountants

    Streets specialise in accounting and tax in relation to property matters, providing guidance on the acquisition, sale and development of property or land whether it forms part of an investment portfolio, is a business venture or is used solely to accommodate your business. This special presentation will be made by Chris Connor and Kelly Goodchild, both of whom are members of the firm’s specialist property tax team. In their presentation they will look at various topical issues including tax and residential lettings, incorporation for property business, capital allowance and Stamp Duty Land Tax.

    Rewriting the Laws on Planning

    Julia Lock, Partner & Head of Commercial Property at Andrew & Co Solicitors

    Julia will discuss the key changes in the commercial property landscape over the past 12 months and look at what is coming down the line.

    Recent announcements from the government set out to penalise developers who do not build homes quick enough or those who profit from only building expensive properties and now they vow to “rewrite the laws on planning”. In this presentation we will address these proposed changes and we will look at how those working in the commercial property sector can continue to maximise on future developments whilst supporting the vision of the government.

    Timings

    7:45am Registration and Full English Breakfast

    8:30am Presentations

    10am Close

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