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  • Business Development Executive
    We are hiring! About us: Quintessentially Lifestyle is the world’s leading Luxury Lifestyle Company. Launches in 2000 as a London based concierge service, Quintessentially Lifestyle has expanded to have offices in over 60 cities around the world. The service provided to our discerning and high net worth Members is proactive and personalised, catering to ever
  • Buying Consultant
    Company Profile Quintessentially Estates is a dedicated global property specialist with deep expertise and insider knowledge, focused on delivering extraordinary personal service. Quintessentially Estates has 11 offices across the globe with our head office located in Belgravia. Our clients seek professional and specialist advice for all property requirements, whilst simultaneously gaining access to an unrivalled
  • Social Media Manager
    Savills is looking for a Social Media Manager. Full details and how to apply here
  • Lettings Director
    We have been exclusively instructed by one of our clients to recruit a Lettings Director to run their successful lettings division. This is an exciting career opportunity with a very well established independent London estate agency that has a small but successful network of offices in West London. This is a very hands-on role where the successful candidate will
  • Residential Lettings Coordinator for a Major London Landlord
    We currently have a fantastic opportunity to work with this major London landlord based in Marylebone. This central London estate comprises of property assets worth billions of pounds, including residential, retail and offices. The estate handles most matters in-house, including management, lettings, project management, acquisitions and rent reviews. They are currently looking to recruit a Residential Lettings Coordinator to join their team in their central London
  • Lettings Associate
    This highly respected firm of estate agents and chartered surveyors, with a successful network of offices in London and the country, is looking to hire a Lettings Associate to join the new office in Mayfair. This is an excellent opportunity within a highly respected brand and our client is looking to consider applicants looking to make their next step on the career ladder.
  • Sales Associate
    Strutt & Parker is advertising an opportunity to join the Estate Agency team in Ascot. Full details and how to apply here
  • Senior Negotiator/Associate
    Knight Frank’s resi sales team is looking to recruit a Senior Negotiator or Associate to specialise in Prime Sales. Full details and how to apply here  
  • Head of Marketing & PR for Luxury Estates Company
    We are looking for a driven head of marketing and PR to join us at our London headquarters. As a strong brand marketer and PR communicator, they will be responsible for building and executing a strategic marketing and PR objective globally for all offices in USA, Europe, APAC and UK ensuring strength of execution to
  • Recruitment Officer
    Chestertons is looking for a Recruitment Officer. Full details and how to apply here

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Boom or Bust? The future of the property market (event)

The Economics Research Council has enlisted a particularly strong line-up for its third annual “Boom or Bust” discussion on the future of the UK’s housing market, which takes place on...

The Economics Research Council has enlisted a particularly strong line-up for its third annual “Boom or Bust” discussion on the future of the UK’s housing market, which takes place on 16th June at the Royal Geographical Society in London.

Chaired by Parthenia’s James Wyatt (read his excellent article for PrimeResi on what makes a valuable property index here), a fairly illustrious panel of top-end property moguls will chat about how the market has changed over the last year, what to expect in the coming 12 months, and what “Black Swan” event might scupper those best-laid predictions.

Savills’ Lucian Cook, Regis Group’s Paul McFadyen, Marsh & Parsons’ Peter Rollings and Property Vision’s Charlie Ellingworth will each present their views on the state of the property market, before fielding questions from the audience – you can submit a question in advance by clicking here – and Wyatt.

There will, of course, be a bar (an event ticket includes one free drink) to lubricate some high-level networking. Advance tickets are just £15 each, or free for ERC members.

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  • Date: 16th June 2015 (6.30pm)
  • Venue: Royal Geographical Society, London
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  • Submit a question to the panel here
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Find out more about the event on the PrimeResi Calendar here.

The Panel

  • The Research Perspective: Lucian Cook is Head of UK Residential Research at Savills. He is one of the UK’s leading and most quoted commentators on the UK housing market. He edits The Residential Property Focus and has written extensively on the prime housing markets, proposals for the reform of the taxation of high value property, the demand for private rented housing and opportunities for institutional investment in the residential sector. He joined the research department in 2007 and is jointly responsible for formulating and presenting Savills views on the residential property and development land markets to a range of clients and journalists.
    Read about Cook’s thoughts on the Mansion Tax here.
  • The Investment Perspective: Paul McFadyen is the Managing Director of Regis Group Plc, a leading residential property company that holds one of the largest residential Ground Rent and Private Rented portfolios in the United Kingdom. After studying at the University of East London for a degree in Land Management Paul served as a Detective Constable with Essex Police specialising in targeting serious and organised crime. Paul joined Regis Group in 2005 and has progressed rapidly through the company. He has worked within and subsequently headed the Private Rented and Acquisition and Sales departments before being appointed Managing Director in April 2013.
    Read Regis Group’s guide to freehold ground rents on PrimeResi here.
  • The Selling Perspective: Peter Rollings is the Chief Executive of Marsh & Parsons. Described by The Negotiator Magazine as being a strong contender for Britain’s most successful estate agent, Peter was one of the key players in the expansion of Foxtons throughout the eighties and nineties. He left in 2005 to purchase long-established central London agents Marsh & Parsons. He went on to buy south west London agency Vanstons and now runs a successful network of 22 offices in central, south and south west London with a focus on sales, lettings, property management, new homes and investments. With his in-depth knowledge of the London residential market he has become a regular media commentator on the residential property market.
    Read Rollings’ property market forecasts for this year on PrimeResi here
  • The Buying Perspective: Charlie Ellingworth is a founder of Property Vision, the market-leading buying agent. He is a director and trustee of the Cadogan Estate and director of a number of other property companies. His novel, Silent Night, was longlisted for the Authors’ Club Best First Novel. He writes regularly for the FT and other magazines and has just completed a play on the forger Van Meegeren.
    Read Ellingworth’s thoughts on over-supply in London’s resi development market on PrimeResi here.

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