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19-21 october 2016
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What is MIPIM UK?
London Showcase & Programme
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MIPIM UK is the largest property conference in the UK. Explore property trends in the UK through a rich programme of expert-led conferences, closed-door summits and tailored networking events.
A conference agenda of over 60 sessions will provide critical thinking at a critical time.
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A rich programme of 60+ expert-led conferences will discuss the current big issues in the UK property market and how this will impact stakeholders.
Keynote speakers providing incisive thinking at a critical time, highlighting why economic, political and technological change will have far reaching consequences for all UK property asset classes
and why the changing relationship between transport, connectivity and homes is creating a level of investment and development opportunity not seen since post war Britain
Numerous networking opportunities including a new and complimentary Matchmaking service.
Seminars on why devolution, the housing crisis and government infrastructure plans are combining to create a development frenzy.
Unique access to local government, transport and health authorities providing information on current and future development opportunities.
The new Investors Forum will review market dynamics and look at where the opportunities might lie in London and the rest of the UK. The Forum will also consider where the UK sits in terms of both the property and economic cycles, and how the market is affected by Britain's new relationship with Europe.
Government Ministers and industry experts will consider the pivotal role of infrastructure developments all across the UK and especially in respect of its link to the housing crisis where we look at PRS vs rent to buy, student accommodation and assess what other radical solutions might be found.
Sessions will review the new and emerging sources of real estate finance, both debt and equity, with particular focus on crowdfunding and the growing appetite for infrastructure debt funding.
A key regeneration theme for this year is how development and placemaking needs to adapt to the digital age, including the changing relationship between transport, connectivity, homes and the value of land.