10 October 2014
Residential Property Market On the Road to Recovery Conference Told
Key note speakers from left to right Gary Mills from Blue Chip solutions, Samuel Dickey from the RCIS, Beth Robinson from Templeton Robinson, Michael Boyd from the Progressive Building Society, Richard Palmer from the Law Society and David Law from WJ Law & Co LLP
Is the residential property market in Northern Ireland on the road to recovery, was just one of the questions posed by a number of key note speakers at a major conference which took place in Belfast. The Residential Property Market Conference, which was held at the E3, Belfast Metropolitan College Campus was attended by over 130 solicitors, property developers, estate agents, and policy makers.
The conference which has been organised by the Law Society of Northern Ireland and sponsored by Titlesolv, provided a platform for those involved in the residential property market to share knowledge and to focus on how best to embed the residential property recover. This is the first time that speakers and attendees from every sector involved in residential property market have been invited to attend a conference on the recovery of the market.
Speakers at the event included Gary Mills from Blue Chip solutions, Beth Robinson from Templeton Robinson, Samuel Dickey from the RCIS, Michael Boyd from the Progressive building Society, Gerry Mallon and Angela McGowan from Danske Bank and David Law from WJ Law & Co LLP.
Speaking after the conference the President of the Law Society, Richard Palmer said:
“The Law Society is delighted to have hosted this conference which we believe is timely given the positive indications from different quarters that the residential property market is recovering. Our conference has provided a necessary platform for all constituents in the residential property market to come together to share knowledge and to identify ways to help the recovery”.