Spratt Endicott’s Liam Desmond, Director, and Kyle Wyness, Associate, will be speaking at the event which aims to provide an insight into Property Investment.
Also speaking at the event will be Tony Sarin, Chairman at Clark Howes and Jenny Fenton, Head of Lettings at Quadrant Estates.
Bicester Hotel Golf and Spa, Chesterton, Oxfordshire, OX26 1TE
Tuesday, 27th September 17:15-19:30
17:15-18:00 – Arrival, drinks and canapés
18:00-19:00 – Presentations
19:00-19:30 – Further networking
19:30 – Close
Liam Desmond – Director, Spratt Endicott Solicitors
“Retail Leases for business landlords”
Liam is a commercial property specialist with particular expertise in dealing with business landlord and tenant matters within the retail and charity sectors.
Kyle Wyness – Associate, Spratt Endicott Solicitors
“Obligations for landlords with assured shorthold tenancies/Limitations for landlords when relying on section 21 notices”
Kyle provides specialist legal advice on all types of property related disputes, acting for landlords and tenants of commercial and residential property.
Tony Sarin – Chairman, Clark Howes
“Recent tax changes that have impacted the property market”
Over the last ten years, Tony has gone from being a professional accountant to an award winning serial entrepreneur. As well as being Chairman at Clark Howes, Tony has run and invested in various property development and investment businesses, including Quercus Enterprises – a multi-million pound commercial company. Tony is the head of the Clark Howes Property & Construction Sector Group.
Jenny Fenton – Head of Lettings, Quadrant Estates
“Local Property Market Update – post Brexit”
Jenny provides specialist residential lettings and management services to the local area, including portfolio building using a wide range of strategies.
Tickets are £12 per person with all proceeds going to:
On A Mission Oxford
“In 2015, Oxford City Council estimated there were around 40 rough sleepers and that number is only increasing. Our mission is to be able to help as many people who are living on the streets as we can, going into the City of Oxford every Saturday, with packs of food, clothes, toiletries and sleeping bags/other much needed essentials.
We feel it is an issue that needs more attention and awareness, we want to reach people through social media to make them aware of the worsening situation of the homelessness of Oxford.