Uncertainty meets resolve at 2020 Property Summit
Like so many others, this year’s event went virtual, but that didn’t prevent it being a hub of fresh ideas for the changing times we live in
2020’s National Property Summit was a reflection of its times: taking place virtually, the event brought together more than 200 delegates including builders, investors, developers, estate agents, chartered surveyors and asset managers to imagine the post-Covid-19 future of the Irish property market. Panels and talks addressed topical issues, including housing demand and supply, sustainability, working from home and “the end of the office”, all gathered under the overarching theme of “a market transformed.”...
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