25-26 November 2020 11/25/2020 1:00:00 PM 11/26/2020 6:00:00 PM Europe/London

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About ULF 2020: stay-live-work

The only leadership and investment event for urban innovators and investors to collectively define the future of how and where people stay, live and work.

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Changing demographics, social and economic drivers are fuelling investor decisions putting a greater focus on Urban Living asset classes:

  • Hotels and serviced apartments
  • Aparthotels / extended stay hotels
    • Hostels and co-living
    • Build-to-rent (BTR) and student accommodation
  • Short-term rentals
  • Assisted living
  • Co-working
    • Healthy Buildings, sustainability and wellness
    • PropTech

Incorporating IHM events: Boutique and Lifestyle Hotel Summit; Serviced Apartment Summit Europe; and the ENGAGE corporate travel buyer forum, ULF places the spotlight directly on investment, development, supply, operations, brands, distribution and demand generators in the age of convergence.
The market
• 55% of the world’s population lives in urban areas, this is expected to reach 68% by 2050.

• In 1950, 79% of the UK population lived in cities; this will rise to 92.2% by 2030.
• 40% of the urban areas required by 2030 are not yet built.
Sub-sectors
Student Housing
• 1.7m students are studying full time in the UK with applications rising 7% year-on-year. • International student numbers have grown by 70% in the last ten years.
Build-to-rent & PRS
• The number of build-to-rent homes in the UK has increased by 30% in 12 months. (The British Property Federation / Savills, April 2018)

• The UK rental market will grow by 2 million+ by 2030, driven primarily by 'Generation Rent'

Co-living & co-working
Landlords and developers now creating spaces for particular demographic groups.
• Demand drivers are housing shortage, rising housing costs ageing population & more mobile working population.
Serviced apartments
• Global apartment totals have reached 1,096,547 with the number of destinations/locations up 22%.
Short-term rentals
• UK Airbnb listings rose by 200% between 2015 and 2017 (Residential Landlords Association)

• Global vacation rental market will close in on £170 billion by 2019. (Research and Markets)
Assisted living
• Global ambient assisted living market to reach USD 13.74 billion by 2027 • Demand drivers include costly complex/health care needs.
Apartment Living
• 4.6 million new apartments are needed by 2030 to meet US demand for rental living • In 2017, apartment completions topped 345,000, up 21% on 2016.

PropTech
• 93% believe "Traditional real estate organisations need to engage with PropTech companies in order to adapt to the changing global environment" (KPMG Global PropTech Survey 2018)

 

 



Delegates

"This conference is the only one in Europe which addresses this important growing area covering all aspects of urban living. The focus on the future of integrating real estate, new hospitality concepts, and shared economy all in one event is why HoCoSo has been supporting this event since its inception. The energy, dialogue and connections are superb. This conference is an absolute must for those keen to be engaged in the future of hospitality Real Estate."

Jonathan Humphries, Chairman HoCoSo

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