Let’s Talk Land is property’s newest podcast, jam packed with industry news and debate. Each month the team at Walter Cooper will be sharing their combined 40 years of experience in property and chatting to industry experts - from housebuilders to planning officers - on a range of topics.
Episode Twenty: A first-time buyer's perspective
In the latest Let’s Talk Land episode, co-hosts Simon Cox and Stacey Meadwell catch up on the latest headlines in the property world and speak with Emily Duncan, a recent first-time buyer.
Episode Nineteen: Politicians posture and house builders change tack
In this episode, Simon and Stacey discuss what's been happening in the world of planning and housebuilding. Their conversation covers proposed changes to planning rules, how housebuilders are responding to a dip in demand and cash strapped councils.
Episode Eighteen: When actions speak louder than words
In this month's episode Simon and Stacey take a break from the thorny issues of planning and politics. They catch up with England rugby star Rosie Galligan, Eloise Huddleston, East and North Hertfordshire Hospitals' Charity director and Walter Cooper's latest recruit Anna Barrett.
Episode Seventeen: Is MMC misunderstood?
David Craddock, Founder of the VerdeGO Group joins Simon and Stacey this month to discuss all things MMC (Modern Methods of Construction). The three property experts explore the term and how it encompasses so much more than modular housing.
Episode Sixteen: Peak indecision?
In this month’s episode Simon and Stacey discuss whether we have reached peak indecision for housing policy making - politics is so intrinsically linked to this industry that it's impossible to get away from
Episode Fifteen: Prices, politics and planning policy - what does it all mean for property?
Carol Lewis, Property Editor for The Times, joins Simon and Stacey this episode to give her insight on the industry. The three cover discussion topics from the economic market outlook, to planning policy, and the impact of local and national politics on the property market.