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3 Reasons why you should attend

  • It is informative
  • It is friendly
  • You can make great connections with people who are serious about property.

Who should attend

Property developers, property professionals, landlords, mortgage brokers, people who are serious about property

West London Property Networking

Please check event dates on www.westlondonpropertynetworking.co.uk

We will be holding the next West London Property Networking meeting via Zoom until Hilton Kensington is opened and social distancing rules are relaxed.

Bringing together West London property professionals and people with a serious interest in property to network with peers, share insights and hear from speakers about property investment successes, latest market trends, news, legislation changes and other issues affecting property, particularly with regard to investment and development.

​Whether you are a new or sophisticated and experienced property investor, developer, landlord, industry professional or service provider, West London Property Networking welcomes you. Held on the third Thursday every month. Price includes food and a glass of wine (please note there is an additional £5 fee if you arrive without a booking).
Please note: We do not hold metings in July, August & December

Join us:

Investors, Developers, Landlords, Sourcers, Property Managers, Lenders, Mortgage Brokers, Property Financers, Insurance Brokers, Lettings and Sales Agents, Accountants, Conveyancing Solicitors, Architects, Surveyors, Builders, Interior Designers and other property professionals.

More info: www.WestLondonPropertyNetworking.co.uk

Organiser Details

West London Property Networking was set up by local businesswoman Pelin Martin who have a keen interest in property. Pelin owns and runs Blue Crystal London, a West London-based property management company. A shrewd investor herself, she has many years' experience in the industry. Pelin has participated in many property networking groups throughout London and the UK, she felt that West London needed a group of its own to cater for the large number of property people and related businesses in the area. So, West London Property Networking was created to fill the gap in the market.