Hosted by John Kerr on the 3rd Thursday of every month at the The Capital Hotel. Attendees can expect first class speakers and great networking opportunities.
Registration opens at 6pm.
Edinburgh July 2018 Meeting
How much time & money can YOU really save on your projects as an LNPG member? - Nick Watchorn & Paul Hilliard
How Much Time & Money can YOU Really Save on Your Projects as an LNPG Member? - Nick Watchorn & Paul Hilliard
The Landlords National Property Group (“LNPG”) is the UK’s largest discount cooperative for landlords.
LNPG use the collective buying power of their members to obtain huge discounts from national suppliers so that you are able to save time and money when you carry out refurbishments.
Huge savings can be made on landlord essentials such as Insurance, Boilers, Kitchens, Tiles, Showers, Radiators, Bathroom suites, Electrical Cabling, Appliances and Furniture Packs. Compare our prices and you will note there are great benefits to enjoy by becoming a member.
Whether you are a newbie novice or experienced investor, LNPG would like to ask:-
How many Investors bring their Refurbishment Project in on Time and in Budget?
This is the question we are asking at Property Events all over the UK. Surprisingly very few achieve this target yet it is so fundamental to your Success in Property!
ALSO...Breathing life into a Scottish dragon - redevelopment of West Port House - Charlie McCullagh
Charlie McCullagh is an experienced UK property investor, developer and HMO (House of Multiple Occupancy) landlord who will share the challenges of redeveloping an A-listed former laird’s house in Linlithgow.
The three flats created in 1989 from the original building had become very dilapidated … damp, dark and cold, covered in peeling woodchip. Charlie had the opportunity to become only the second owner since the house was built in 1598 and purchased it as a long-term investment.
The scale of work required turned it from an investment into a redevelopment which was sold to new owners, who now take their place in the line of stewardship for this beautiful building.
Charlie’s team has applied for planning permission to add a modern extension, creating a 2-bed Garden Annex, and with the blessing of Historic Environment Scotland hopes to start development in August 2018.
He runs Equity Bridge Property and is based just south of Newcastle upon Tyne. Having previously spent 22 years in Scotland he has a real insight into managing development projects both north and south of the border, where there are many differences between landlord regulation, planning law, legal systems, and legislative frameworks.