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Some of our Previous Speakers

An Informal Gathering of Property Professionals of All Descriptions
Welcome to The Property Professionals Breakfast Club

Next Meeting
8.00am at Fora, NW8
Thursday 15th December 2022
Kate Davies CBE

CEO Notting Hill Genesis Housing Association

Forthcoming Meetings

Thursday 15th December 2022

Thursday 12th January 2023

Thursday 16th February 2023

Thursday 23rd March 2023

Tuesday 25th April 2023

Thursday 18th May 2023

Tuesday 20th June 2023

Thursday 20th July 2023

Tuesday 12th September 2023

Thursday 19th October 2023

Tuesday 21st November 2023

Thursday 14th December 2023

 
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Our Story

The Property Professionals Breakfast Club was set up in 1987 by Steven Parnes and Harvey Selby to establish a regular social venue for Property Professionals, Developers, Investors, Dealers, Agents, Solicitors, Surveyors, Accountants and Bankers etc to meet on a regular, but casual basis to encourage an exchange of views and experiences in the marketplace.

The Club does not make a profit. All surpluses are donated to charities on a regular basis.

 

Breakfast on the way to work seemed an ideal format and the early meetings were held at the Holiday Inn at Swiss Cottage and latterly at the Clive Hotel and Richoux NW8.

 

The Property Professionals Breakfast Club meets 11 times a year, normally on the second or third  Tuesday or Thursday of the month, at 8am at Fora Restaurant, 11 Circus Road, London, NW8 6NX.

We have a speaker at each meeting carefully chosen to highlight topics which encompass the interests of a cross-section of our members. Please see our previous speakers  here

 

We are to introduce a forum where members can make announcements and give details of properties for sale or wanted, or services available to members by other members.

Now with the help of Richard Carlowe and Rob Soltanie, membership has grown to around 150. A hot and continental breakfast is served, free to all paid members, who may bring a guest, for which a charge is made.