This year’s IRPM Seminar is just around the corner and its fully booked status means it’s set to be an unmissable date in the residential property management calendar.
Here’s everything you need to know:
The theme for the 14th IRPM Seminar is ‘Revolution, Evolution and Transformation’ and it’s a nod to the many changes and new trends that we have seen happening in the residential market this year.
Delegates can expect to hear from key industry figures including policymakers, economists, barristers, surveyors and property managers, as they discuss what’s next in store for the industry.
This year’s seminar is taking place on Wednesday 7th June 2017 at the Royal Institution of British Architects. Registration is at 12pm and the agenda for the day will come to a close at 5.30pm where there will be networking and drinks.
To join in with the online conversations be sure to use #IRPMSem17
The team at IRPM have put together a jam-packed agenda that includes everything from economic updates to the expanding build to rent sector.
Here’s the full line up for the day:
1:20pm: Economic Update, the economy, Brexit, housing crisis and supply of new homes – Simon Rubinsohn, Chief Economist at RICS
13:45pm: The Future of London Residential – Nigel Evans, Head of London Residential Research
13:55pm: Why block managers should care about Build-to-Rent. Featuring panellists: Tracey Hartley, Nigel Howell, Brian Welsh, Graham Bates
14:35pm: Planned Maintenance Programmes – Julian Davies, Earl Kendrick Associates
14:50pm: News from our lead sponsor Sky – Sanjay Sudra
15:40pm: Is Prop Tech a job creator or job taker? Saurabh Saxena, Houzen
16:10pm: The Great Debate – Reforming “Toxic” Leasehold. Panellists: Jeff Platt, Graeme Winser, Philip Rainey, Martin Boyd, Sarah Dwight
16:50pm: IRPM’s essential Legal Update – Shomik Datta, Barrister, Cornerstone Barristers
Now that we’ve covered off the who, what, where and when, the only thing left to do is to see you there.
The Grosvenor Systems team will be on hand throughout the event to offer property management software advice that’s tailored to you. We’ll also be demonstrating two new developments that we’ve been working on including our brand new Propman Survey App.
The IRPM was launched in 2002 as a means of delivering a portable professional qualification in residential property management, available to anyone working in the sector and accepted by all those operating within it. The Institute’s key objectives are to raise standards in the residential property management sector and provide individuals with independent accreditation of their professional skills.