Carl Lomas was at the Chop House as MPG steps into a new level with Chop House chip & bacon butties.
Roller coaster property adventures delivered by Tom Bloxham MBE and hot of the press interest rate advice by Clive Gawthorpe UHY Hacker Young.
Chop House chip butties for full house Manchester Property Group
The MPG event opened by Jason Roper who talked concept of event for real estate, open, honest, informal, no pressure, a network of meetings. Almost three years in the making as the next chapter begins.
The next chapter was big, clear your diary, the next three years event dates need to be blocked out. MPG has become a must attend and the November meeting wowed the property folk of the north, Hacker Young talked interest rate, first rise in ten years before a sincere delivery by Urban Splash, property guru Tom Bloxham MBE.
MPG key note delivery. Founder of Urban Splash, Tom Bloxham launched a raft of slides in a pictorial roller coaster extravaganza of Northern property stories that left the audience speechless. A whole new level of MPG. Tom talked beginnings with Knocker jobs and burning brief case sales of fire extinguishers. A move to Manchester for University and sales of vinyl before a step to posters, student Union sales to Glastonbury. First shop in the Affleck Arcade, then subletting and rent collecting. The property step was made. First property was in Liverpool to form a cluster. 1994 first conversion, twenty seven pounds a foot sold for sixty pounds a foot. The power-point pictures rolled on a portfolio of property adventures. Duice House Manchester, workspace for young entrupeniers, starting thousands of new business opportunities for the Northern powerhouse. Matchworks Liverpool, Fort Dunlop Birmingham, Saxton Leeds, Albert Mill. Tom talked modular construction and choice for residential. Projects on the go, Park Hill Sheffield, duplex and corridors, new elevations, six storey atrium, high ceilings, a whole new quarter, social housing with amazing views. Audience spellbound, Tom talked about the UrbanSplash brand, today we have 92 on the team and almost 400 awards. Tom closed with a big finish from Athens! Quotes of the ancient times motivated the MPG audience, ‘We shall leave this city not less but greater.’
Clive Gawthorpe, Hacker Young, opened, on the day news of 0.25 per-cent interest rate rise. First rise in ten years. ‘The govt has moved digital tax back to 2019, it’s still hand written books!’ Clive touched on Landlord interest relief, the instructions have changed. HMRC have re-written the advice books, relief is only available for funds borrowed against property. If a draw down is taken form a re-financed property, for it to remain in tax relief it must all be used for property, beware of removing a cash block! Clive announced Hacker Young’s, ‘Global real Estate guide’ just published, hot of the press and waiting on the Hacker Young web for you.
Charity talk was by Mahdlo, Oldham spelt backwards. A passionate tale of property and support. Audience were spellbound as Mahdlo talked David Lloyd quality facilities for the hard to help youngsters, five quid a year membership and fifty pence a visit. There was duke of Edinburgh access without cost to see opportunity for all. 35 different sports provided, art and music for trouble youngsters in the area in a property fit for national level athletes. Oldham’s only big climbing wall. MPG members are encouraged to visit and see the property first hand, funds are always needed and this is local delivery that you can see changing youngsters lives, Nov 11 MAHDLO winter ball and there are tickets left, MPG come on down.
Paul Ramsey, Real Financial Solutions sponsored the prize draw, big decisions for winners, Chop House dinner or best Bubbly in the Box. Chip butty finish was spot on as the Manchester Property Group networked
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