West London Property Networking


We have put our meetings on hold during these times as we are not permitted to hold networking meetings in groups at public locations.

Covering: Acton, Brentford, Brook Green, Chiswick, Ealing, Hammersmith, Holland Park, Kew, North Kensington, Notting Hill, Richmond, Shepherd’s Bush & West Kensington


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. Price includes a glass of wine and dinner (please note there is an additional £5 fee if you arrive without a booking).


Join us:

  • Investors, Developers
  • Landlords, Sourcers, Property Managers
  • Lenders, Mortgage Brokers, Property Financers
  • Insurance Brokers
  • Lettings Agents, Sales Agents
  • Accountants, Conveyancing Solicitors
  • Architects, Surveyors, Builders
  • Interior Designers
  • Other relevant Property Professionals





Kensington Suite
Kensington Hilton
179 Holland Park Ave
W11 4UL

Thank you very much for your event in Chiswick a few weeks ago, I thought it was a really good networking meeting and I’ve met some very interesting people. It was so good that I have already signed up to the next one!

Virginie Marin – Audensa Financial
Senior FX broker


Property Market Prediction – Post Lockdown By Simon Zutshi

Property Market Prediction – Post Lockdown By Simon Zutshi

There is no doubt in my mind that, unfortunately, the UK is going to slip into recession. This means that businesses will close and people will lose their jobs. As a result, the property market will see a fall in prices.  

Personally, I don’t think it will be a crash as big as the 2008/2009 property crash. Let’s be honest, no one really knows what will happen to property prices. But if I had to take a guess, I would say that I think it could be an average of 15% reduction in values. Some areas may be more and some areas may be less.  

So what makes me say 15%? Well the Bank of England have said, they think this could be the drop in house prices. I think many property surveyors have taken this on board. 

I am in the process of re-mortgaging a number of my properties, one of which is a large house in Halifax. I converted this into 7 apartments about 6 years ago. 

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How to attract your own investors

How to attract your own investors

Powering up your Investing with Contribution Compass

You will have heard the phrase that property is a people business, but what does that mean?
I’d like to share some thoughts around this topic that hopefully will give you a new perspective on how you can make this work for you.
I started my property journey proper back in 2011 after running the New York Marathon. That was quite a pivotal time for me as there were many changes in my life. In the intervening years I have had many learning experiences, some of which were quite extreme. This has made me stronger and more resilient but also better equipped to help others achieve success.

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From Rat Race to Round the Word Yacht Race

From Rat Race to Round the Word Yacht Race

My first speaking engagement since returning from 6 months in Australia was in Kensington, London. The West London Property Network was welcoming and offered food and drink in the ticket price too.
If you couldn’t make it, don’t worry, here’s some of the key points to help you.

Education: When starting out make sure you learn with someone who is also investing and who’s values you relate to. Check them out on social media, look for reviews and speak to people who are learning with them.

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Kensington Suite
Kensington Hilton
179 Holland Park Avenue
London W11 4UL