Central London Property Network

Details
Date:

October 24

Time:

06:30 pm - 09:30 pm

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Organizer

Brendan Quinn Events

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Venue

London Bridge Hotel

8-18 London Bridge Street London Bridge, London, SE1 9SG

London, England, GB, SE1 9SG

Central London Property Network, focused on the State of the Property Market – Panel, plus interview with Award Winning Investor/Developer, about building ^0partnerships

The event is Co-Hosted by Jack Jiggens, South East investor/developer

60+ Registered

So whom are some of the attendees?

  • Investors
  • Developers
  • Architects
  • Surveyors
  • Lenders

Panel includes:

Alex Hurns- Director of Sillence Hurn

Ben Richards- Founder of Aura Architecture

Grace Ballantyne- Head of Operations at Melt Homes

Laura Gomme- Solicitor at Ronald Fletcher Baker LLP

Jack Perry- Acquisitions Manager at Haywoods Group

Piotr Kolomyjec- Investor Relations at CrowdwithUs

 

What will the panel cover?

  • Spotting the current trends
  • Overcoming a sluggish market
  • Finding deals in a flat market- also looking at the Commercial Sector
  • What are you doing differently to your competitors

 

Jack Jiggens

Jack was born into property. Every house Jack lived in from birth he saw as a building site at some point. After graduating from his Business and Marketing degree at University he starting out hands-on to continue a 40 year family passion in Property.

Once exposed to the onsite process of straightforward Residential Developments and Flips in Oxfordshire, he successfully structured projects independently from purchase through to sale.

Jack now collaborates modern techniques of property development with the families learned expertise to scale into much more exciting projects. This includes; Commercial, Mixed use and Residential Land developments.

He covers Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and London.

Jack now has an in-house team and an extended network for Finding and Securing, Planning, Architecture, Build and Management which enables scalability and competitiveness in the market.

Panel

Alex Hurn

Alex has a passion for Project Management and Contract Administration as well as offering commercial building surveying duties to clients. Alex has experience in project delivery across all sectors most notably commercial, laboratory, retail and residential.

Alex graduated from University of the West of England with a BSc (Hons) Building Surveying Degree and has also qualified as a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). Alex also sits on the RICS Matrics Hampshire & IOW Committee having previously served as chairman.

Prior to founding Sillence Hurn Building Consultancy, Alex was a senior member of the Building Surveying team at a multi-disciplinary consultancy in Hampshire.

Ben Richards

Having worked for Architects, Engineers and Property Developers, Ben Richards formed the company to use his skills and experience to create fantastic living spaces for homeowners, and maximise value to small developers. His vision for the company is that of amazing customer service, intelligent design and for every home-owner to have the space and functionality they need to thrive.

Ben studied for a Masters Degree in Architectural Engineering at Cardiff University and since then has gained valuable experience from many talented Architects, designers, engineers and other built-environment consultants. He is a member of the BRE Academy (Building Research Establishment) providing ‘Education for Excellence in the built environment’ and want’s to make an impact in reducing the environmental footprint of buildings in the UK.

Laura Gomme

Laura Gomme is a Legal 500 2019 Recommended Lawyer, specialising in litigation at the firm’s West End office in Baker Street, London. Described as ‘client focused, pragmatic and one to watch for the future, she is part of the team recognised by the Legal 500 in previous years as being a well-integrated and exceptionally talented property litigation team which has a unique dynamic. Laura’s practice covers property, probate and commercial litigation in particular complex matters arising out of trusts.

Laura is sought after by developers to advise at all stages of the development from rights of way, easements, and party wall matters to construction disputes, and implementing vacant possession strategies including contested lease renewals. Laura is experienced in acting in matters involving dilapidations and disputes arising out of auction contracts.

Interview with Ryan Carruthers- Building Partnerships during uncertain times

Ryan has been in property full time for over 7 years, working on a variety of projects from buying property title splits getting planning to build another unit and selling the projects on to flips, to HMO’s to also maximising buildings potential via planning and a keen eye for design in mixed use schemes. Then moving onto development again maximising sites with planning where the site isn’t maximised and also finding sites without planning and going through the process to get planning. Skill set is having built a team to be able to work together quickly to move on the right projects.

 

Some reviews about BQuinn Events

Always an insightful evening at Brenadan’s events. It was interesting to hear about the different methods of funding available at the moment and how they can be used in combination. Good tips on bridging finance, eg. a company that will consider the market value for a property purchased under market value, hence increasing the LTV percentage and reducing deposit.

Lots of familiar faces as well as new ones to catch up with at the networking both before and after the speakers. Well worth staying for afterwards, the knowledge in the room is worthy of the ticket price in itself. if you need a second opinion or a bit of advice, guaranteed to be the right person in the room. If you are unsure who to speak to, ask Brendan- he is great at connecting you to the right person / people, the ‘little black book’ of the property world he has built up over many years’.

Good deals have formed from this network at the bar after I am sure, the atmosphere created makes it possible to connect in good faith, and grateful to be part of the evening.

Nicola Brown

One of Brendan’s biggest strengths is his reach and connectivity in UK real estate. Particularly amongst SME developers, investors and other property professionals. He has a great ability to create events that bring together all these connections. His annual National Development Summit is a highlight that any good investor or property professional must attend.

Manish Kataria, InvestLikeAPro

 

I’ve known Brendan for over 8 years and have been attending his events for all of this time. He attracts quality speakers and attendees who are actively investing in property and/or property development. I know many people who have done business with each other and formed quality relationships as a result of meeting at Brendan Quinn’s events.

Thor Portess, Co-Founder of CrowdwithUs

 

Schedule:

6.30- Registration and Networking

7- Welcome and Updates

7.20-8.05- Panel

8.05- Hear from the Audience- 30 second shout out

8.15- Ryan Carruthers- Building Partnerships in this Uncertain Market

9.00- Meeting comes to a formal end