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Return of "The Property Panel" - Reflecting on 2021

@ 12 noon


Join us at 12 noon on Thursday 30th September for a reunion of our charismatic panel, as they look back on 2021 and reflect on how it compares to the predictions made back in January, as well as look ahead to what the rest of the year may bring.

Hosted by Jon Horton – Product Director, mio - our expert panel includes:

   > Perry Power & Simon Male, Power Bespoke
   > Joe Arnold, Arnold and Baldwin
   > Greg Cunnington, Alexander Hall
   > Yanthe Richardson, Foot Anstey

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Property Data panel - What's the impact of digitisation?

@ 12 noon


Our panel of property data experts will be returning to tm:tv at 12 noon on Thursday 21st October for an in-depth look at the impact of digitalisation within the industry and the challenges we face ahead.

Hosted by Paul Albone - COO at tmgroup - who will be joined by:

   > Lee Richards, Conveyancing Data Services
   > Eddie Davies, Land Registry
   > Sarah Sargent, Lupton Fawcett
   > Rob Hailstone, Bold Legal Group

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Return of "The Lender Panel"

@ 12 noon


Hosted by Joe Pepper, CEO of tmgroup, who will be joined by:

   > Andy Mason, Lloyds Banking
   > Greg Cunnington, Alexander Hall
   > Steve Goodall, esurv

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The hidden iceberg of the property transaction


The first session in our climate change and property market series. Joined by Terrafirma, we discussed the impact of subsidence on property market:

  • Subsidence Claims not just the hazard itself: Why do claims occur, what are the different types of claims, what is the claims process, how does it affect property value and marketability?

  • How do lenders view claims and how might it impact a purchase process/conveyancing?

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Coastal Hazards
Is there still a market by the sea?


The second session in our climate change and the property market series.

Joined by Terrafirma and Letchers Solicitors, we looked at the impact of purchasing properties that are effected by coastal hazards and the implications with insurance.

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Mining our way to a Greener Future


The third session in our climate change and the property market series.

Joined by Tom Backhouse, Kate Charrington and Megan Jenkins, who discussed addressing the elephant in the room and discussing;

  • How can we make the property market environmentally sustainable?

  • The disconnect between climate change and the property market is increasing, so how can we educate and inform? Who is responsible?

  • ​​​​To become environmentally sustainable, we need metals and minerals. Where are we going to get them from? How are we going to extract them?

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The Property Panel


What will the market look like in 2021?

Yanthe Richardson, Greg Cunnington, Perry Power, Joe Arnold, and Jon Horton returned to our screens to discuss the 2021 outlook.

Some questions we asked;

  • What is your view on vendors buying searches up front to save time & either selling/sharing them with the buyers lawyer?

  • What effect has the increasing supply of leasehold flats coming to market had on prices vs demand, as homeowners look to move upmarket and gain more green space and exit city living in some cases?

  • What impact has stamp duty had on valuations – artificial short-term growth or sustainable growth?

  • ​​​​Has the length of completing a sale made it hard to get comparable figures from recent sales?

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UK Housing Supply 2021
Panel Discussion


We explored a range of factors, from consumer need to economic forecasts, likely to impact residential housing supply and demand throughout 2021, and beyond. Our Panel included;

   > Esther Dijkstra, Managing Director, Intermediaries for Lloyds Banking Group
   > Grainne Gilmore Head of Research at Zoopla
   > Simon Jackson Managing Director of SDL Surveying and CEO of MSS
   > Emma Vigus, Managing Director of mio (HOST)

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Transaction & data
in the Property Market


Utilising Information. Workload Management. Future Outlook

Our panel of experts explored what information we have available and how we should utilise it to reduce workloads and streamline transactions.

Thinking forward, we looked at how data can facilitate the property transaction. 

Our Panellists were Rob Hailstone, Bold Legal Group; Tom Lyes, Lawyer Checker, Today's Conveyancer, Practical Vision Network Limited; Sarah Sargent, Lupton Fawcett LLP; Lee Richards, Conveyancing Data Services Ltd; and Eddie Davies, HM Land Registry.

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UK planning and infrastructure
property panel


Understanding the real value of planning data

2020 saw many approved developments put on hold before a spade hit the ground, so what happens if the data radius falls short of a new approved development?

In this session our panel discussed;

  • What is planning data and what can it tell you?

  • The reliability of planning data when it comes to future developments

  • How we can improve transparency

  • Changes in consumer behaviour (e.g. moving to the country) and the impact on pre-approved development sites

Our panel included;

  • Paul Addison, Owner of DevAssist

  • Stuart Tym, Planning Lawyer (Senior Associate Solicitor) at Irwin Mitchell

  • Max Jarmey, GeoSpatial Analyst & Product Manager at LandHawk

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Is the UK Property Market heading towards a perfect storm? 27.05.21


Topics discussed;

  • What is driving the current rise in property prices, and how sustainable is it?
  • How does the Government’s new scheme work, and what are the restrictions?
  • How many lenders are participating now, and will that grow in the future?
  • What other solutions are lenders proposing outside of this scheme?
  • Is the lack of supply the fundamental factor in the rise in prices, and if so does fuelling demand create significant risk for homebuyers?
  • How do you accurately value property in this type of market and at a high LTV?

Our panel included;

  • Greg Cunnington, Director of Lender Relationships and New Homes at Alexander Hall 
  • Steve Goodall, Managing Director e.surv Chartered Surveyors
  • Andy Mason, Head of Strategic Partnerships, Lloyds Banking Group
  • Joe Pepper, CEO tmgroup
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What is Environmental, Socal and Governance (ESG) and what is its modern day importance?
In partnership with Landmark

Hear what Professor Robert Lee has to say about Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) and its modern day importance.
  • Where has ESG spawned from
  • Why has it grown so rapidly
  • The effect of COVID on ESG
  • What are its practical implications to investors and to business
  • What are its practical implications to corporate due diligence

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How does ESG impact businesses and real estate?
In partnership with Landmark
Hear what Professor Robert Lee has to say about Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) and how it impacts businesses and real estate:
  • Links to other guidance (GRESB, SASB, TCFD)
  • Impacts of climate change on real estate
  • How can business prepare?
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What are the implications of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) for real estate?
In partnership with Landmark

Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) criteria is complex - with nuances, reliance on multiple data sources, and more! Yet it's something law firms need to develop a greater understanding of, as investors are increasingly looking to improve sustainability measures across their property portfolios.

That’s why we hosted this expert-led tm:tv session – in partnership with Landmark – on "What are the implications of Environmental, Social, and Governance for real estate?", featuring:

   > Professor Robert Lee, Professor Emeritus at the University of Birmingham
   > Amanda Stubbs, Partner at Trowers & Hamlins
   > Kate Charrington, Director at Projekt 3
   > Tim Clare, Director of Anthesis Group
   > Martin Manning, Head of Account Management at tmgroup
   > Cheryl Gurnham, Partner at CMS
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