PRS and housing “generation rent”

Friday 11 December 2015

08:30 - 09:30 (registration from 8:00)

NLA, The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London WC1E 7BT

By 2020 one in four households in London are expected to be private renters – London is on the cusp of a “rental revolution”. What is driving this unprecedented growth in the private rented sector? How can the private rented sector help meet the capital's housing need?

This NLA breakfast talk forms part of the New Ideas for Housing series of events and will hear from experts working within this sector who will offer their view on what the future of PRS will look like, covering key issues such as long term management, design, and the role of build to rent.

This event is now fully booked however you can still register to be added to the wait list.

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Richard Meier, Partner, Argent  
Darren Yates, Head of Research, Carter Jonas 
Félicie Krikler, Director, Assael 
Lesley Roberts, Director of Places, Pinnacle Group
Peter Murray, Chairman, New London Architecture (Chair)


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This event is now fully booked however you can click here to register to be added to the wait list.

NLA members are entitled to discounted rates at NLA On Location conferences.

If you experience any issues whilst making a booking please contact Molly Nicholson or call 020 7636 4044 

If you would like to become a member, and would like to discuss membership options please contact Emily Wilson

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Management the key for growing build to rent sector


Build to rent – at scale – is a PRS sector whose time has come for London, with ‘pivotal shifts’ in customer demand and policy leading to record numbers of projects having been started during 2015. But more attention should be paid to design, maintenance and ‘holistic’ management if it is to flourish and become more of an answer to the capital’s housing crisis.