The UK property market continues to attract significant interest from investors around the world.

Last year saw the UK residential property market deliver double digit returns with London leading rental growth.

‘Global investors have long since considered London as a safe haven and there doesn’t appear to be anything to suggest that will change in the near future, despite the forthcoming general election. The experts believe that whatever the outcome of May’s election, it won’t have an impact,’ said Collas Crill group partner Michael Morris.

‘It is this stability that appeals to international investors. However, what investors, and those acting for them, are wanting to know is what they can do to maximise the opportunities, particularly with prime central London property.’

Michael, who heads up Collas Crill’s UK property department, will be hosting a UK residential property update as part of the legal firm’s Spring seminar series. He will be joined by Adam Challis, head of research at JLL, and Naomi Heaton, chief executive and founder of London Central Portfolio Limited.

‘We’re aiming for it to be informative and interactive as we are expecting a diverse audience including investors, trust and corporate service providers, family offices, entrepreneurs and lenders. As well as analysing the performance of the residential market, we will look at ways of exploiting the regional market, the effect of foreign investment in London and the best ways of investing in property,’ said Michael.

‘JLL is one of the industry leaders and so Adam will be giving the most up to date view on current and future trends. LCP is a specialist in investment in the private rented sector in London and provides a one stop shop for investors as well as having four property funds, Naomi will be a familiar face as she regularly appears in the national media giving her expert opinion on property investment.’

The seminar, which costs £25 per person, will take place at the Duke of Richmond Hotel on Tuesday 24th March and at the Pomme d’Or the following day.

The Collas Crill Spring seminar series continues next month with a seminar on the opportunities and challenges in Russia and another on cyber security. More information is available from