Darren Williamson, Freeth Cartwright’s head of real estate in Nottingham, has been appointed to the Midlands board of the Investment Property Forum (IPF).
The IPF is a national professional body established in the UK in 1988 and the Midlands in 2000. Its members include a range of influential property investors, developers, lenders, professionals and property focussed academics. Core activities of the IPF include research, education and networking events to improve the understanding and efficiency of property as an asset class.
The IPF’s Midland sponsors include Nottingham Trent University who will be running a joint seminar with the IPF on 6 November at the Nottingham Conference Centre. Freeth Cartwright has a long association with the IPF and has hosted several events during the past ten years. These have included the annual launch of De Montfort University’s research into commercial property lending, a leading report used by lenders, the Bank of England and the Government.
David Smith, a founder board member of the Midlands IPF and Director at Strata Real Estate commented, “I am very pleased that Darren has accepted our invitation to join the IPF board. He will make a positive contribution and increase the IPF’s activities in the East Midlands”.