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In a bid to debate future-proofing residential developments, Rendall & Rittner hosted Insider Media’s round table event at 340 Deansgate.

Recently our northern office hosted the Insider Media round table event to discuss changing consumer expectations and the critical success factors for creating homes, not units.

Around the table was our Business Development Manager, Chris Roberts and Divisional Director, Matt Kirk among other real estate experts. As discussions flowed, there were many fantastic comments and insights shared, from design, to safety and legislation, to changing consumer demands. Chris comments:

“We organised this event to communicate what we’re doing differently from our competitors and the quality of service that we offer our customers. It was important for us to outline our stance on regulation which we are very much in favour of, our sustainability initiatives and how our accreditations and qualifications offer a safe pair of hands when it comes to managing properties.

We were delighted with the mix of people in the room, who all had different experiences, expertise and agendas in their sector. It was interesting to hear how other companies approach the same situations from different angles, which made for a lively debate with many opinions.

It was also interesting to hear how terminology is moving on, and that we’ve seen a shift from ‘tenants’ to ‘customers’ and ‘residents’ regardless of their status within the building. The emphasis was most definitely on the people living in the apartments, curating communal spaces to encourage community and how we can make where they live the best place it can possibly be.”

The round table event was undeniably a success, receiving warm feedback from all those involved, and we look forward to hosting more events in the future.

Posted: 28 October 2019

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