Hot Property postponed until 2021

Annual charity event Nottingham Hot Property (NHP), which has raised more than £295,000 for various children’s charities since its inception in 2004, has been postponed until next year due to Covid-19.

The one-of-a-kind event – which sees property and construction professionals from across the East Midlands take to the stage – was due to take place later this year, but the organisers have made the difficult decision to postpone until 2021 when social distancing measures will have hopefully eased.

Max Kwan, trustee of Hot Property, said: “We’re really disappointed to cancel this year’s Hot Property event but it’s the most sensible and safest option given the current uncertainty. Last year, more than 800 people came together to enjoy a variety of performances and, without altering the magic of NHP, that’s just not possible to recreate while adhering to social distancing.

“However, we’re determined to come back in 2021 bigger and better than ever before. If government guidelines allow, then I think everyone will be ready to let down their hair and have a great night. Last year we raised a record breaking £25,000 and we’re really wanting to smash that next time.

“We’re working on potential themes and set lists at the moment but if you’re interested in performing or becoming a sponsor then please get in touch. Bring on 2021!”

This year would have marked the 16th year of the popular annual event. The quality live gig is performed entirely by musicians and singers from East Midlands property and construction firms.

Since the first Hot Property in 2004, the event has supported a number of local and national children’s charities including Switch Up, PASIC, When You Wish Upon a Star, Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People and many more.