The 19th National Housing & Property Summit 2016
The global economic uncertainty brought about by the UK Brexit, as well as slowing growth has caused some market uncertainty. How will the Housing & Property market fare this year? Will 2016 be another year of uncertainty and market instability? or is it a year of consolidation charting the way forward to sustained and healthy growth of the Housing and Property sector? What are the prospects for housing and property development in the short to medium term? What are the key challenges facing the property sector? How can we overcome the challenge of building more affordable homes?
The National Housing & Property Summit, the premier annual event bringing together key stakeholders in the housing and property sector will meet for its 19th edition in September 2016 amidst gloomy and uncertain times. The Summit will look at the state of the industry and discuss the way forward, as well as what next for the industry. It is a key Forum to feel the pulse of the property sector and the rhythm of development. Participants will have their questions answered and issues clarified by the panel of expert speakers.
The Housing and Property Industry has been for a long time the key engine of growth for the domestic economy with its links to numerous supporting and ancillary industries and services. The robustness of the industry will generate multiplier wealth effects for the economy. The 19th National Housing & Property Summit provides a unique and timely opportunity to take stock of the industry. Where it is now? Where it is heading and how to sustain its growth momentum?
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This Annual Summit will bring together Property Developers, Architects, Town Planners, Civil Engineers, Building Material Manufacturers and Suppliers, Property and Conveyancing Lawyers, Bankers, REITs Managers, Asset and Fund Managers, Real Estate Agencies, House Buyers, Government Officials from property-related Departments, Land Officers and other relevant parties interested in the Housing and Property sector.