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Lodders’ annual property seminar the ‘biggest ever’

Lodders Annual Property Seminar held at Riverside, Stratford upon Avon. (L-R) Angus Huntley, Jane Senior (Lodders) Jason Dalby, Simon Horan, George Campion (Lodders) and Alastair Frew (Lodders)

A record number of residential and commercial property agents, developers, and land agents attended, Lodders 2015 Property Seminar, which moved to a new Warwickshire venue, Riverside Stratford upon Avon, overlooking the River Avon.

Main photo shows: (left to right): Angus Huntley (Savills), Jane Senior (Lodders) Jason Dalby (Roxhill), Simon Horan (Savills), George Campion (Lodders) and Alastair Frew (Lodders).

Jason Dalby, MD of Roxhill Developments

Keynote speaker was Jason Dalby, a chartered surveyor and managing director of Roxhill Developments, a specialist industrial and distribution developer with a track record in taking large scale projects to completion.

In his keynote, Jason highlighted the positive and improving commercial and industrial property landscape, and highlighted key influences that he sees as contributing to how the sector has changed over the last 20 years. In particular, he identified the rise in e-tailing that has driven growth in demand for regional development centres, parcel delivery units, and ‘dark stores’ for food retailers.

Jason was joined by guest speakers Simon Horan and Angus Huntley, both of Savills. Lodders’ real estate partner Alastair Frew, together with Jane Senior, head of dispute resolution, profiled a number of recent High Court and Supreme Court cases to illustrate some of this year’s most significant legal updates.

Positive outlook for the property sector

George Campion, Lodders’ non-executive Chairman, chaired the event, and said: “The theme consistent amongst all our speakers is one of a very positive outlook for the sector, both in the Midlands but also on a national scale. Commercial property looks set to experience sustained demand, a rise in land values and a potential increase in lease lengths. The market is buoyant, particularly in Birmingham and other major West Midlands locations.”


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