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Join us at the annual briefing on what’s happening and why in the leisure property sector. Essential for all who need to be informed and up to date with the latest thinking on leisure property values, returns, yields and funding, this one-day event examines the important opportunities offered by this vibrant sector.

Attractions Management readers save £50 when registering with code: HS50

This is a market where expert knowledge yields massive increases in capital values.

With a cloud over retail and high yields in short supply, leisure property, properly understood, has much to offer. Once we were an industrial powerhouse – now manufacturing contributes just 10% to GDP. We are, above all, a service economy and leisure is an important service. Just as the wider economy evolved from manufacturing to services, leisure is moving from ‘pure consumption’ to ‘experiential engagement’. Property values, planning, availability of finance all reflect the growth. The leisure industry is growing rapidly and changing fast.

In keynote sessions, through case studies and in panel sessions, this briefing covers what’s happening and what’s likely to happen – where, when, how funded and with what implications for values. View the full conference agenda and a list of speakers here.

This conference is for all those involved in property related leisure, including licensed and unlicensed entertainment activities: owners, operators, funders, investors, their agents and advisors: property lawyers, surveyors and valuers.

Don’t forget – use code HS50 when registering and save £50.
 


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Save £50: Register now for the Licensed, Leisure and Entertainment Premises Conference

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Save £50: Register now for the Licensed, Leisure and Entertainment Premises Conference

Join us at the annual briefing on what’s happening and why in the leisure property sector. Essential for all who need to be informed and up to date with the latest thinking on leisure property values, returns, yields and funding, this one-day event examines the important opportunities offered by this vibrant sector.

Attractions Management readers save £50 when registering with code: HS50

This is a market where expert knowledge yields massive increases in capital values.

With a cloud over retail and high yields in short supply, leisure property, properly understood, has much to offer. Once we were an industrial powerhouse – now manufacturing contributes just 10% to GDP. We are, above all, a service economy and leisure is an important service. Just as the wider economy evolved from manufacturing to services, leisure is moving from ‘pure consumption’ to ‘experiential engagement’. Property values, planning, availability of finance all reflect the growth. The leisure industry is growing rapidly and changing fast.

In keynote sessions, through case studies and in panel sessions, this briefing covers what’s happening and what’s likely to happen – where, when, how funded and with what implications for values. View the full conference agenda and a list of speakers here.

This conference is for all those involved in property related leisure, including licensed and unlicensed entertainment activities: owners, operators, funders, investors, their agents and advisors: property lawyers, surveyors and valuers.

Don’t forget – use code HS50 when registering and save £50.



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