ULI UK: Later Living - Housing with Care Digital Workshops

When

Thursday 24 September 2020
to Thursday 8 October 2020

Where

Online This webinar will be hosted by Zoom. UNITED KINGDOM

Pricing

Pricing Members Non-Members
Private FREE £50.00
Thursday 24 September | 12:00-1:30pm BST
Thursday 8 October | 12:00pm-1:30pm BST
 
Please note this event will take place in two parts and your registration will be for both sessions.

Fee: Complimentary for ULI Members | £50 (£25 per session) for non-members.

  
 
Housing with care has been in the spotlight in recent times, and before the pandemic, this sector was recognised by ULI as a key opportunity area, driven by changing demographic and a significant long-term investment opportunity. 

Framed by the ULI UK Later Living: Housing with Care guide (published in 2019), this two-part digital workshop will explore how various aspects of this nascent sector could evolve to enable a greater quality and certainty for investment.

 
Event Format 
 
Each workshop will cover three chapters of the ULI UK Later Living: Housing with Care guide, led by the authors of each chapter and followed by a panel audience discussion with industry leaders.
 
Workshop 1: 
 
Introduction from Adrian Bland, head of commercial real estate, Shakespeare Martineau and moderator Stephanie McMahon, head of UK research, BNP Paribas Real Estate 
  • The Ageing Opportunity - Jeremy Porteus, chief executive, Housing LIN

  • Tenure and Financing - Philip Schmid, senior director, CBRE

  • Policy and PlanningMichael Voges, executive director, ARCO
Panel discussion and Q&A with
  • Jack Kelly, director of corporate affairs, Midland Heart
  • Kyle Holling, partner and head of health and social care, Trowers & Hamlins LLP

Workshop 2: 

  • Introduction from moderator Stephanie McMahon, head of research, BNP Paribas Real Estate  

  • Facilitating Lifestyle: Managing, Operating and FinancingDebra Yudolph, partner, SAY Property Consulting

  • Facilitating Lifestyle: CareSara Livadeas, CEO, Fremantle Trust

  • Design - Patrick Devlin, partner, Pollard Thomas Edwards
Panel discussion with speakers:
  • Louise Drew, Partner & Head of Building Communities, Shakespeare Martineau
  • Martyn Hale, director of care and support, Citizen Housing

 
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Speakers

Speaker

Stephanie McMahon

BNP Paribas Real Estate Advisory UK

With 19 years of Real Estate research, strategy and insights experience across all sectors including Commercial, Residential and Rural Stephanie is a Senior Director and Head of Research for BNP Paribas Real Estate. Her team undertake strategic insight and markets analysis for all UK real estate markets. Prior to BNP Paribas Real Estate she set up and led the research team at Strutt & Parker, and before that was the strategic research lead for the JLL UK business. In addition to her role at BNP Paribas Real Estate, she sits on the residential council for the ULI UK, and is a Trustee for the Fremantle Trust. She provides guidance to the IPF research programme, the BPF compact-living committee and supports the SPR. She speaks regularly across all sectors at industry events with keynote, moderator and panel roles.

Speaker

Adrian Bland

Shakespeare Martineau

Before joining Shakespeare Martineau, Adrian was a partner, group leader of real estate and main board member at Gowlings WLG (Wragge&Co as it then was) for over 10 years. Prior to that Adrian spent 25 years at Eversheds where he trained as a lawyer, rose to become head of the property department, then senior partner (executive chairman) and national board member all by the age of 40. He was chair of Ikon Gallery for 11 years, chair of Birmingham Professional Services, co-founded Birmingham Professional Diversity and served on several boards including Birmingham Chamber Group. He currently chairs ULI`s Midlands Executive Committee and sits on the UK Executive Board. Adrian lives in Edgbaston with his wife, 11-year old son and "the fur baby" - an 11 months old Portuguese Water Dog.