The British New Homes Mortgage Senate 2020 will be held online. This invitation-only event will run from around 09.00am until 2.30pm on Thursday 8th October.
The aim of the British New Homes Mortgage Senate remains clear: to drive the new-build agenda at all levels from government to the consumer. Launched in 2014, this event brings together an elite group of the leading and most influential developers, lenders, specialist new-build broker firms, and related services in a meaningful debate to encourage greater consensus and positive action to drive the future activity of this increasingly important sector of the market.
In the morning, a suite of presentations will be broadcast direct into your homes, and in the afternoon you will be able to meet our lender sponsors in separate boardroom sessions.
You can ask questions of all of the morning’s expert speakers in live Q&A sessions immediately after their presentations, and in the afternoon lender boardroom sessions you can speak to the sponsors directly.
The agenda will examine the state of the market and address the challenges posed by this year’s lockdown, the impact on the development of the new-build sector, borrower finances, the effects of the Stamp Duty concessions and Help to Buy, plus the Brexit question. A specialist new-build broker examine the positive and negative lessons learned under lockdown. We will consider whether the current circumstances will expedite the move to a more technology-based buying process, and look further ahead to the role of new construction methods. We will also hear the outlook from one of the UK’s largest housebuilders, and how the pandemic has affected their, and other construction companies’, thinking and strategy.
Access to the online Senate is still restricted to personally-invited delegates, with developers, broker firms and lenders represented at the most senior level to take part in this industry-shaping event.
We will be in touch closer to the time with instructions for getting the most out of The British New Homes Senate 2020 Online. In the meantime, do contact us if you have any questions.
Please note that this event is held under the Chatham House Rule. When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed. To view more on the rule please click here.