We represent and promote the interests of all those with a stake in real estate in the UK – owners, developers, funders (equity and debt), agents and advisers.
We work with government and regulatory bodies to help the real estate industry grow and thrive, to the benefit of our members and the economy as a whole. Because our membership is industry wide, we can provide government and regulators with the knowledge they need to make decisions.
Our vision is for a vibrant and successful real estate industry, working in partnership with governments to deliver:
Our Annual Review for the year 2017/2018 highlights just some of our recent achievements for the industry and economy.
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The logistics sector in the UK continues to be a key driver in economic growth, development and employment.
VAT cut on home improvements could generate £15bn in economic stimulus, create 95,000 jobs and unlock £1bn green revolution.
The Environment Bill, laid before Parliament on 15 October 2019, has something for almost everyone.
We are in a new world of responsibility and positive action - the “Blue Planet” effect, the rise of veganism as an environmental choice, the emergence of Extinction Rebellion as a serious force for change, calls for disinvestment from fossil fuels.
It’s all too clear that the ongoing impasse of Brexit negotiations has been wreaking havoc on the housing market. Buyers and sellers alike have been left desperately searching for ways to circumnavigate the doom and gloom of a stagnant market.
The British Property Federation (BPF) today announces the nominees for the BPF Futures Tomorrow’s Leaders Awards 2019. The winners will be announced at an evening awards event on 2 May 2019, at the Terrace Pavilion at the Houses of Parliament.
The UK is well placed to capture the lead as a global hub for real estate technology and innovation, British Property Federation-commissioned research from PropTech expert Dan Hughes has found.