The National Landlord Investment Show

The National Landlord Investment Show

16:01 PM, 11th March 2020, About 2 years ago 5

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The National Landlord Investment Show will help thousands of UK Landlords plan ahead after today’s Budget announcements at the must attend 70th Show at London Olympia – next Thursday 19th March.

Political Broadcaster Andrew Neil will be chairing the hottest UK landlord debate in the main auditorium from 10am – 11:15am

The debate is geared around “How will the Budget impact UK landlords in 2020 and will tackle all aspects of finance, economics, tax, investment and how landlords can safeguard for the future.

The panel debate includes Political Broadcaster Andrew Neil, Former Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer Michael Portillo, David Smith, Economics Editor of The Sunday Times & Property notify, Tony Gimple, Founder of Less Tax for Landlords & Paul Mahoney MD, Nova Financial

Tracey Hanbury, Director at National Landlord Investment Show adds,

“This will be a hugely informative debate, and a must-attend event for anyone with a vested interest in buy-to-let or the private rented sector. You can submit a question for the panel when registering to attend the show. This is an open panel debate where 500 UK Landlords can voice their opinions. Attendance at this panel debate is FREE and on a first-come, first-seated basis – so get to the auditorium early to avoid disappointment.

As well as the show having over 100 exhibitors that can help Landlords grow & retain their portfolios, there are another 47 seminars running on the day again by industry experts. In addition the other specialist panel debates that are scheduled for Thursday 19 March are:

Proptech: How does it effect the buy-to-let market? Auditorium, 1.30pm – 2.30pm

Chaired by Paul Shamplina, from Landlord Action & star of channels 5 hit show “Nightmare Tenants, Slum Landlords.

Paul Shamplina add’s “Proptech is the buzzword of our industry, but what does it mean and how will technology assist the myriad tasks of the buy-to-let landlord? 500 UK Landlords and Investors will be discussing these subjects and more. Come with your questions and have them answered by the cream of the property industry.

HMO: Making it work and avoiding the pitfalls (The UK’s Largest HMO Debate) Auditorium, 3.30pm – 4.30pm – Chaired by Peter Licourinos

Peter add “As regulation relating to managing Houses of Multiple Occupation (HMOs) becomes increasingly complexed, this debate is a must attend event for anyone who is managing, or wishing to manage, an HMO. 500 UK Landlords and Investors will be discussing key topics and unique challenges impacting HMO Landlords in 2020”.

Industry experts will be on hand to answer your questions. Attendance at this panel debate is FREE and on a first-come, first-seated basis – so get to the auditorium early to avoid disappointment

To book your complimentary tickets please visit:


by Ian Narbeth

9:58 AM, 12th March 2020, About 2 years ago

I shall be going. If any Property118 readers recognise me there, come and say hello.

by Eddie Marchant

11:11 AM, 12th March 2020, About 2 years ago

Reply to the comment left by Ian Narbeth at 12/03/2020 - 09:58
I am surprised the event is still on I would expect it to be postponed or cancelled

by David Lawrenson

7:51 AM, 13th March 2020, About 2 years ago

So we must all go and be enlightened by Andrew Neil and Michael Portillo and their massive knowledge of the private rented sector?

Seems a waste of the organiser's money to me to pay for names like this. Hard headed landlords want to hear from real experts than some famous talking heads.

If I wanted advice on some great rail trips in the world, I would ask Mr. Portillo, (plus what the press "had on him" which meant he had to quit politics) but not sure about much else.

David Lawrenson

by Ian Narbeth

10:13 AM, 13th March 2020, About 2 years ago

Reply to the comment left by David Lawrenson at 13/03/2020 - 07:51
Andrew Neil is chairing a session on "How will the Budget impact UK landlords in 2020?" Michael Portillo was a shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer so might have a view on this.

Why so cynical David? What is wrong with getting famous speakers to encourage landlords to attend? It might be an interesting session and I'd trust Neil to keep speakers on point.

One of the problems the PRS has is that we are fragmented and our voice is either not heard or is ignored by politicians.

by David Lawrenson

11:02 AM, 13th March 2020, About 2 years ago

Well, I guess it may make some folks come if there is a famous chair, but I wonder whether someone who is more well known in landlord circles - thinking of Vanessa from Property Tribes, Richard Bowser (I see he is at the event already) or indeed Mark Alexander from here would be closer to the issues and would be a better chair?

Sure, MP was a former Chancellor but he has been a long time away and anyway, given that past chancellors seem to have little clue about their often catastrophic polices on the private rented sector specifically, I'd rather another tax expert in the room who is closer to things right now.

It's just my opinion, but I'll accept that maybe the organisers know what attracts the punters.

My impression of the shows at Olympia is that there always seemed to be a very experienced landlord community showing up.

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