Summit Opens In
Chair, UK PropTech Association
Managing Director, Commercial Property Division, Shannon Group plc
President, Irish Planning Institute
Chief Executive, Tetrarch Capital
Development Director, Ronan Group Real Estate
About the summit:
Resilient so far… but, how much uncertainty can the market take?
The Sunday Business Post presents the 2017 Commercial Property Summit, which will bring together a range of property industry stakeholders to discuss the current economic outlook, latest occupier trends, growth opportunities and risks to the commercial real estate (CRE) sector in Ireland.
Following the political turbulence in 2016 and the destabilising effects that might follow, the CRE sector has been pretty resilient so far. However, how much uncertainty can the market take as we move through 2017, as Britain faces a snap general election, the Brexit negotiations progress and potential political upsets in mainland Europe loom on the horizon? Indeed, potentially the biggest risk to the global economy is the acute and impending political crisis in Europe, which monetary policy does not have the tools to resolve.
This summit will provide a window onto the latest investment and development trends to assess what the future holds.
Who should attend?
- Estate Agents
- Chartered Surveyors
- Property management and services providers
- Trade bodies and associations
- Public sector bodies and local authorities
- Legal, accountancy, professional services
- Investors, Investment banks, investment managers and advisors
- Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)
- Asset managers
- Our previous property events have been attended by companies such as:CBRE, DTZ Sherry Fitzgerald, Hibernian Estates, Hibernia REIT plc, Hooke & MacDonald, HWBC, Kennedy Wilson, NAMA, WK Nowlan Property, Tribeca Capital Partners, Central Bank, CIF, Bank of Ireland Corporate Banking, AIB Investments, Ulster Bank, Pepper Group, Shannon Commercial Properties, Arup, Savills, Bruce Shaw Project Management, Scott Tallon Walker Architects, ESB International, DAA, Knight Frank, OSI, John Paul Construction, SCSI, Bruce Shaw, PwC, KPMG Corporate Finance, Byrne Wallace, NTMA, Wexford CoCo, Duff & Phelps, Dillon Eustace, DKM Economic Consultants, O’Flynn Construction, Capita Asset Services, Harcourt Developments, Colliers International, Rohan Holdings…
- Economic outlook: Facing the new economic realities
- Market trends in commercial property: Are we in for a Brexit bounce? Could we cope? Could the housing shortage affect the commercial market?
- Ireland 2040: Planning for the future
- Regional development: Is Dublin eating the country? How can the regions share in Ireland’s future growth?
- Spotlight on capital challenger Cork city and the redevelopment of Cork Port
- PropTech: Riding the wave of digital disruption in real estate
- Smart buildings: How smart will the buildings of the future be?
- Dublin V global cities: What should the city’s development priorities be in the coming years?
Who are The Sunday Business Post?
The Sunday Business Post provides independent insight, commentary and analysis of the important stories and issues across a broad spectrum of topics: business, finance, politics, technology, markets, media, marketing and personal finance. For more information visit www.businesspost.ie
Who are iQuest?
We are so confident you will find value in our conferences that if, at the end of the event, you feel dissatisfied with your experience we will give you a voucher to attend any future conference absolutely free of charge!