Industry professionals network at Jewish Care’s Property Breakfast

05 Dec 2019


The Property Breakfast was an opportunity for guests to network with other individuals within the industry whilst also supporting Jewish Care.More than 200 property professionals attended Jewish Care’s Property Breakfast at the Landmark London with Tim Martin, founder and Chairman of Wetherspoons, raising £28,000 for the charity.

The Property Breakfast was an opportunity for guests to network with other individuals within the industry whilst also supporting Jewish Care.

Tim Martin, founder and Chairman of Wetherspoons, was interviewed by Philip Lewis from Jewish Care’s Property Investment Breakfast Club. Tim spoke about his belief in the integral nature of pubs to the great British high street and local communities. Tim went on to discuss his views on politics, political leaders and the impact of party policies on economics. He also discussed with the audience his controversial move to shut down Weatherspoon’s social media accounts to focus on front of house customer experience; a move that was ironically discussed widely on social media at the time.

The Property Breakfast was sponsored by construction company McLaughlin & Harvey Ltd.

 Phillip Cheevers, Chief Executive of McLaughlin & Harvey said:

“I am consistently impressed by Jewish Care’s strategic approach to cutting edge elderly care for the community and impressed that its capital projects are entirely funded through donations.”

Adam Overlander-Kaye, Director of Fundraising and Community Engagement at Jewish Care said:

“We are so grateful to our supporters, Jewish Care’s Property Investment Breakfast Club and Tim Martin, who have helped to raise £28,000 for our vital services this morning. We are glad to be able to provide our supporters with the opportunity to network and learn more about the property industry, as they do so much to support our work.”