• 11 May 2023
  • In-person
  • CPD

Quarterly Property and Built Environment economic update

A must attend event for those within the Property Investors/ Developers/ Architects/ Legal/ Surveyors sectors.

A look into the current state of the Real Estate sector and examination of influential economic factors.

Listen to our diverse speakers from corporate banking, real estate and economic institutions where we will  look at the 2023 UK real estate market, the availability of liquidity and what influence economic factors will have going forward.

Ticket price to include light refreshments.

Pre-registration is required for this event. Strictly no walk-ins.

*This event is eligible for 1.5 hours CPD credits*


Emily Gabb, Head of Partnerships, NLA

Emily joined NLA in 2015 and has worked across Membership, London at MIPIM, The London Real Estate Forum and the London Festival of Architecture. In 2021 Emily worked for London & Partners in the role of Urban Lead, supporting international cleantech, proptech and smart mobility businesses to scale and set up in London before re-joining the NLA team in her current role in 2022. She primarily looks after relationships with public sector, focusing on strategic partnerships and Opportunity London. Emily will be giving us an overview of the Opportunity London program and what it offers property investors, developers and local communities.

Kevin Copping, Head of Partnerships, Ebury Partners

Kevin is the Head of Partnerships in Ebury's UK office. Ebury Partners provides simplified financial solutions assisting SME's globally with their trade and investments. With local currency payments in 130+ different currencies, accompanied with comprehensive risk management tools, they help companies navigate the uncertainties of international markets. Kevin will discuss an overview of economic and financial markets and how current events might impact property investments.

Richard Valentine-Selsey - Director, Head of European Living Research, Residential Research, Savills

Richard joined Savills in 2017, working in the residential research consultancy team. He specialises in residential investment, student housing, and modern methods of construction.

Richard started his property research career in 2011. During this time, he has worked within the London office market and UK and European residential markets at international property consultancies.

He is primarily focused on providing thought leadership and consultancy advice on the residential investment market and alternative sectors, including student housing, co-living, healthcare and retirement living across Europe. He is also leading on research into modern methods of construction.

Join us

Connect with other directors, develop yourself and influence the people that matter.

Free registration with IoD

Stay up-to-date on issues that affect directors and get access to free resources.

Internet Explorer
Your web browser is out of date and is not supported by the IoD website. It is important to update your browser for increased security and a better web experience.