London - What next for the UK housing market? Residential Market Outlook

London - What next for the UK housing market? Residential Market Outlook

London - What next for the UK housing market? Residential Market Outlook
Wednesday 22 November 2023, 7.45am GMT
Past event

Past event

Wednesday 22 November 2023, 7.45am GMT
  • Meeting roon table
Hosted by the Cambridge University Land Society
Open to: 
Alumni and guests
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This year has been a challenging one for all property markets, and the residential sales market is no exception. After a bumper few years to 2022, interest rates are now acting as a brake on pricing. On the flip side, demand in the rental sector remains extremely strong. CULS’ residential forecasts event will examine what’s ahead for the market in 2024 and beyond, and how market dynamics,  policy and the economic backdrop will affect capital values, rents, yields and the wider property landscape in the coming years.

Chair: Lucian Cook, Head of Residential Research, Savills

Lucian leads a team of 31 researchers, who cover everything from social housing to the prime markets of central London and development land to residential Investment. He has been at Savills since 1993 and a director of the research team since 2007. He is one of the most quoted commentators on the UK housing market.

Confirmed speakers include:

Andrew Saunderson – Head of UK Residential Capital Markets,CBRE

Andrew Wishart – Senior Economist, Capital Economics

Andrew Wishart runs Capital Economics’ UK Housing service. Having joined Capital Economics via the graduate scheme in 2015, Andrew spent three years working on the UK Economics service before joining the property team to cover the UK housing market. Prior to joining Capital Economics, Andrew worked in the Macroeconomic Analysis team at HM Treasury covering GDP and inflation. Andrew holds a Master’s degree in Economic History from the London School of Economics and an undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of Surrey.

Breakfast and networking take place from 7.45am.   The discussion will start at 8.15am and finish at around 9.30am.

Booking information

If you would like to attend this online event, please book using the link below.

£30 -£60 per person

Booking for this event is now closed.


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