Tuesday 5th October 2021
The pandemic changed the way people live, work and shop. Some changes are likely to stick and have a lasting impact on the choices Build to Rent (BTR) residents make. For owner-operators of BTR apartments, this raises the question of how future accommodation will meet residents’ needs.
In this webinar, a panel of industry experts discuss the four key impacts the pandemic could have on future apartment living, and what that means for residents, developers and building management.
Topics covered include:
Jon Hammond, Quadient – Head of Real Estate Parcel Locker Solutions (UK & Ireland)
Jon has twenty years-experience of launching smart technology and SaaS services into the UK market. He joins Quadient having most recently been part of the UK launch team for a Belgium prop-tech firm where he worked with residential developers and clients across the UK and Ireland.
Lesley Roberts, Allsop – Partner and Executive & UKAA President
Lesley Roberts is President of the UKAA and a Partner at Allsop specialising in build to rent. With 14+ years of UK PRS experience, her expertise incorporates all facets of large-scale residential portfolio performance including product suitability, design, lettings, management, operations and strategic asset management.
James Pargeter, Global Apartment Advisors – Senior Advisor
James has nearly 25 years of experience within the residential sector, with a focus on Build to Rent (BTR) since 2012. He is a recognised advocate for the BTR sector, with expertise and a track record of delivery across the lifecycle of design, planning & affordable housing, development & construction, stakeholder engagement, and operational management.
Ellis Hockin-Boyers – Client Partnership Director, Rowdy Studio
Ellis is an experienced business developer and marketing professional who thrives on building strong client relationships and long-term strategic partnerships.
Michael Swiszczowski (BAHons), MArch, ADPPA, ARB, RIBA) DIRECTOR, Chapman Taylor
Michael joined Chapman Taylor in 2016 to strengthen the practice’s residential expertise. A key member of the Manchester studio’s management team, Michael has a remit to develop and grow the practice’s residential and hospitality sectors across the UK business. With experience working on award-winning residential projects, Michael is helping to lead the expansion of Chapman Taylor’s Build To Rent residential portfolio across the United Kingdom, including high-profile developments at Flax Place in Leeds and Kampus and Anchorage Gateway in Manchester.