The National Landlord Investment Show, the UK’s single-largest landlord exhibition, is back in London Olympia on 5th November 2019, on what is sure to be a week of thought-provoking debate. The event marks the show’s 14th appearance at this venue.

Attendees can expect to connect with thousands of professionals within the property industry, as the National Landlord Investment Show showcases numerous opportunities to speak to a wide array of investors, letting agents and management companies, and other suppliers of buy-to-let services.

This November, the show’s Government Panel Debate is to be hosted by broadcaster and journalist Andrew Neil. As one of the opening events of the day, it is sponsored by The High Street Group and Less Tax 4 Landlords. Joining Andrew Neil on-stage, in the immediate aftermath of the UK’s planned departure from the European Union, there will be an eclectic mix of guest panellists.

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Iain Duncan Smith MP, former leader of the Conservative Party, returns once again; joined by David Smith, Economics Editor at the Sunday Times and columnist for Property Notify; Gavin Fraser, managing director of High Street Residential, and Tony Gimple, founder of Less Tax 4 Landlords.

This panel will gather to discuss the latest developments surrounding Brexit, right at the centre of the action, so it is not to be missed. With a wide audience expected, attendees are welcome to submit a question when registering attendance, and audience members are welcome to air their views, in this open panel debate about a defining moment in British political history.

There is also scheduled to be a number of additional specific insightful panels, including:

  • Investing in the South? North vs. South (chaired by John Howard) – Exploring whether the best investing opportunities lie to the North or down in the South
  • Living by Numbers: Tax, Finance & Legal Debate (chaired by Paul Shamplina) – An engaging session, airing the great debates of the day surrounding tax, finance and legal issues
  • Buy-to-Let Property Investment Fundamentals, Mistakes and Changes (with Paul Mahoney)

Tracey Hanbury, co-director of the Landlord Investment Show, comments: “For obvious reasons, we’re expecting the Landlord Investment Show this November to be especially charged, given that significant developments will have occurred one way or another, regarding Brexit.

“But not only will we be getting insights during this historic moment; we’re welcoming a number of major players in the UK property sector at this event. As well as our Government Panel Debate, we have a diverse number of stalls on display, as well as seminars including representatives from Less Tax 4 Landlords, Nova Financial Group, Molo Finance and Hunter Jones, just to name a few.”

Steve Hanbury, co-director of the show, adds: “As the UK’s largest landlord exhibition, you’ll have a hard time finding this kind of opportunity elsewhere. The panels and seminars are all hives of activity, the perfect snapshots of what’s really going in on the market itself.

“It’s a great place to connect with investors and experts in a wide variety of fields. In case you needed any other reason to join us, it’s absolutely free to attend. If you’re looking for a landlord exhibition where you’ll get the kind of insights that money just can’t buy, the place to be is London Olympia on 5th November 2019. With monumental changes expected to have occurred by the time we convene this November, there’s no reason to miss this.”

For more information regarding speakers, exhibitors and to get your FREE show tickets please click here.

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