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Making BTR Accessible: The Case For Product Differentiation + Tier Two Markets - Shared screen with gallery view
Anya Hamid
43:41
Hi All, who's joining us today?
Lee Campbell
44:40
Lee Campbell from IN2 Engineering (MEP design)
Muir Baxter
45:54
Muir Baxter from Wifinity - Development-wide gigabit WiFi
Alexander Stewart
48:15
Alex Stewart, from H+G Interior Design and Consultancy
Lisa Clarke (nee Dowling)
49:12
Lisa Clarke from Rowdy Studio. Strategy branding. Working with BTR clients in London and Dublin to help them differentiate their offer and attract the right tenants.
Hansa Emzivat
49:21
In BTR, are customers concerned about having a variety of neighbours or not? Do you think Young people, and old people, are sensitive to this subject? Do they ask this question?
Rory Young
49:58
Rory Young from WiredScore Home - the global digital connectivity rating scheme for the residential sector
Zuzanna Chmielewska
51:02
Zuzanna Chmielewska from houzen data labs - dynamic pricing & live data solution for BTR
Graham Hickson-Smith
51:37
Graham Hickson-Smith, 3DReid architects
Hansa Emzivat
52:56
do BTR program associate with short-term rental for vacation purposes companies?
John Badman
54:42
John Badman, CallisonRTKL. Architects and Interior Designers for Build to Rent across the UK and the US. Great to hear Rebecca reference the Long Harbour scheme,The Wullcomb, in Leicester - our interior design there has been a real differentiator in the offer available to people living in the city centre.
Hansa Emzivat
57:20
Sorry but I Don't understand this talk about key workers and The Long Harbour Scheme. It doesn't seem financially logical. (without any political views taken here).
Rebecca Shafran
59:15
Will we see more multigenerational living where BTR sits alongside senior housing, in some of the more suburban locations?
Shannon Conway
01:01:21
Shannon Conway, Glenbrook (BTR developer). BTR, rather than BTS drives viability in secondary towns (typically apartments). Some funds and valuers are comfortable with BTR driving a premium on land values, others aren’t. When do the panel think there will be a more widespread acceptance of the asset class to stand apart from BTS?
Graham Hickson-Smith
01:02:43
Rebecca - yes, there are already good examples of more multigenerational schemes, whether combining care or senior living with younger residents. We've combined students and dementia patients in a scheme in Edinburgh because the symbiotic relationship between different users. As Rebecca @ LH said - who wants to live in a development where everyone is the same age?
Hansa Emzivat
01:06:37
Do you currently have issues about rental payment collection? thx.