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Residential Property Market update ’24 Presented By Savills

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After a short break over the Summer, we are delighted to be returning with our next seminar which will be our last of 2022.


There is a suggestion of rent control in residential – not by a Tory Government, but likely to be a labour policy.  There are rumours of the LTA54 being re-written.  The law in Scotland is very different with no automatic right to renew. How much should government interfere / intervene?   Tim will look at what this might mean and whether history or other markets can give us any clues.



12pm- Arrival drinks (unlimited tea/coffee), buffet lunch and networking.

12.45pm– Presentation from Tim Garrett from Blackstar Advisory

1.30pm-  Q&A with Josh- your questions answered.

2pm- Close.



– Sandwiches and side dishes- Vegetarian options will be available.

*Please notify us in the booking notes of any special dietary requirements or allergies.



  • There is free parking at the venue
  • The event will take place in the upstairs function room (*please note there is no lift at the venue).


£22.00 per person to include unlimited tea/coffee, networking, buffet lunch, presentation & on-site parking.

Guest Speaker

Tim Garrett

Tim Garrett

Tim Garrett

I have been advising clients for over 40 years and started my professional life as an Architectural Technician, then graduated in 1988 as a General Practice Surveyor at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) and now value, acquire, dispose, lease and let commercial property and residential land.  I deal with rent reviews, lease renewals and dilapidation claims - for both landlord and tenant.  I can be forensic or strategic as the task requires but I always have an eye for the commercial deal. 

I am a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and an RICS Registered Valuer and lecture (part-time) on the final year Commercial Real Estate under-graduate course at Nottingham Trent University - where I graduated.

For fun I play golf (badly) and squash (equally badly) and enjoy photography and sketching buildings.

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