Scotland’s premier property event coming to Edinburgh
The challenges for the property sector continue to increase for the public and private sector alike. New development and regeneration of our existing built environment is vital to economic growth. The conditions necessary to attract investment are not easily nor quickly achieved. Central to which a strong, stable tax environment and integrated planning and infrastructure systems. The property industry has a vital role to play in driving change and influencing policy to create an investable and sustainable environment necessary to realise the opportunity for Scotland to deliver for future generations.
Delegates from across the private and public sector will gather to share views and hear from leading experts as they explore topics including: driving urban regeneration; facilitating change; and why adaptability of buildings should be front of mind at the planning and design stages in order to future proof our built environment against the shockwaves of time, technology and change of use and the conditions essential attract investment.
Hosted by law firm Shepherd and Wedderburn, the event, now in its 16th year, has the support of leading organisations such as the Scottish Property Federation, the Urban Land Institute and sponsors: AMA Homes; Click-let; JCRA Laxfield; and Invest in Fife.
Shepherd and Wedderburn chief executive, Stephen Gibb, commented: “The conference has over the years become a highlight in the property industry calendar in Scotland, and this year we are indeed fortunate in having such a widely acclaimed panel of speakers. I am sure that delegates will leave the conference armed with many new ideas for addressing key industry challenges particularly that of attracting national and international investment, essential for realising the opportunities for growth in the sector.”
This year’s expert panel of speakers are:
Spifox, a charity set up by construction and property professionals with the sole objective of raising funds for children’s charities in Scotland, will benefit from the event– for each registration, the charity will receive £5.