Below, you can find all events hosted by King’s Real Estate and Property Society (KREPS) in the 2015-2016 Academic Year.
Residential Capital Markets with Knight Frank
21 March 2016
Small Committee Room, King’s Building 0.31
James Mannix, the Head of Residential Capital Markets and Partner at Knight Frank gave an overview of London’s residential capital market. The talk highlighted recent transactions, new developments and the investment market growth in the past decade. Knight Frank is one of the world’s largest property consultancies in agricultural, commercial and residential real estate
Commercial Property: Investing in the City
09 February 2016
Norfolk Building 342N
The event gave an overview by leading agents like Mark Lethbridge and Amy Bryant of Gerald Eve who gave a presentation on the commercial City of London property market covering investors and occupiers, recent deals and a look at the changing skyline. Mark Lethbridge is a Partner at Gerald Eve’s City of London Office Agency department, he was previously a Partner at Deloitte Real Estate’s City office. Mark has been involved in some of the most high profile transactions in the City market, acting exclusively for tenants. He specialises in Occupation Strategy and Acquisition.
Careers in Property Panel
26 January 2016
Tutu’s, Macadam Building
This event included a panel of recent graduates in the property market which gave a taste of what it is like working in the property industry and how to break into it. The panel was followed by networking and a chance to ask questions to the panellists and ask them about their firm’s internships & graduate scheme programs.
King’s Estates: The Next Step
10 November 2015
Franklin-Wilkins Building 1.21
The Directors of King’s Estates were invited to give a talk about the development of the University Real Estate. The Directors covered the Strand redevelopment, Aldwych Quarter, Waterloo Campus, redevelopment of Guys Campus and the planned new Halls in Canada Water.
Goldman Sachs Insight Day
22 October 2015
Goldman Sachs London Offices
Students worked alongside some of the most accomplished professionals with diverse backgrounds including finance, engineering, science, technology and the humanities. All were invited to learn more about careers in Corporate Services and Real Estate, and joined them at their offices.