Property Development - Land Acquisition & Funding

By Black Country Business Festival (other events)

Tuesday, May 1 2018 11:00 AM 1:00 PM

This event will look at the issues affecting smaller developers and some of the challenges developers face when sourcing funds to acquire sites and fund development costs.

As a country we need more new homes. With national house builders looking to acquire larger strategic sites, there are potentially rich pickings for smaller developers either looking to build houses for the first time or to expand their existing operations. As a result smaller developers are on the increase, including general builders progressing to building homes and Buy to Let Landlords looking for a better and more tax efficient investment. 

Who should attend?

Developers, general builders, Buy to Let landlords and anybody considering a move into residential development.

Programme (NOTE: This event is also being held on 23rd April in Wolverhampton)

11:00 Registration and refreshments
11:30 Presentations and Q&A session 
13:00 Close

Confirmed Speakers

Paul Reed
Director and Head of Residential Development
Talbots Law

Paul has been a qualified Solicitor for over 20 years , qualifying in 1997 he has a broad experience of working with both large national and smaller regional house builders. 

At Talbots, he assists clients with a range of residential property and development requirements. He specialises in acting for local and regional developer clients in giving “cradle to grave” advice in relation to the acquisition, set-up, plot sales and post-completion handover of housing developments. Paul also assists clients with option agreements, conditional contracts, overage/uplift, road and sewer agreements, planning agreements and deeds of grants to name but a few.  

Charlotte Rayson
Relationship Director
Pure Commercial Finance

Charlotte has over 15 years experience in the finance and commercial funding sector, and now specialises in arranging development and bridging finance.

Talbots Law

Talbots is now one of the largest independent law firms in the region, with a comprehensive private client and business & corporate services proposition. With seven offices located across the Black Country, Staffordshire and North Worcestershire, we now employ in excess of 200 people.

Our client base is a mix of private individual and business & corporate clients both in the Black Country and nationally. 

Business & corporate work includes: company commercial; corporate finance; commercial property; commercial dispute and employment.

Private client work includes: residential property; employment settlements; estate planning; wills, trusts & estates; disputes and disputed wills/probate; divorce; arrangements for children domestic violence; personal injury and medical negligence.

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