Breakfast Briefing Vacant Property Management
Best practice guidance on Vacant Property Management
15th October 2014
2 hours Formal CPD
Register today and find out how to do more with less
With thousands of commercial buildings unoccupied and more than 750,000 residential properties empty, Managing Vacant Property has never been more critical for organisations, for communities and for economic growth. Without adequate protection these properties can be subject to misuse and either deliberate or unintentional damage.
This breakfast briefing will unpick the real costs and implications of empty property, the perils they bring including commercial squatting and theft and what solutions are available to protect properties and property owners.
Register now and find out:
- What are the factors driving building vacancy
- How to assess and mitigate risk
- How public and private sector clients have saved thousands with Property Guardian security
- How to mitigate empty property rates and generate returns while vacant
- Latest developments and innovations across Europe
When & Where
- Wednesday 15th October 08.30 – 11.00
- Wellington Park Hotel, 21 Malone Rd, Belfast, County Antrim BT9 6RU
Meet the Experts:
Damian Woods | Regional Manager Camelot Property Management
Paul Cosnett |Account Manager Midlands - Camelot Property Management
How to implement asset management strategies to help you face market challenges? What are the risks facing vacant buildings in today’s market? What solutions are available? Paul Cosnett will look at the property lifecycle and how Camelot can minimise risk and generate returns from a vacant property portfolio.
Andrew Galway | Vice President Marsh UK
In a market that has traditionally suffered with generic insurance cover, high premiums and onerous security requirements, Andrew Galway will explore what the risks are and what solutions are available.
Matthew Smith | Principal Enforcement Officer - Birmingham City Council
Though empty homes are not the whole answer to the current housing crisis, government and local authoritiescannot ignore their potential and the need to ensure that owners are both encouraged to unlock the potential of this wasted resource. Matthew Smith will look at Birminghams strategy, looking at specific case studies and offering best practice guidelines.
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