3rd October 2019 | 15:30 - 22:00
Spencer House, 27 St James’s Place, London, SW1A 1NR
The Built Environment Leaders Group has been created to allow main board members of companies in the built environment sector to meet, talk, learn, develop and influence together.
One of our aims is to become the foremost thought leadership, influencing and lobbying group representing the built environment in the UK and we’ll be working with our members to develop and achieve further aims.
We’re committed to creating a diverse group and to be reflective of the society that we work in. When your main board joins Built Environment Leaders Group we will also provide five complimentary places for your younger leaders to join our new Built Environment Young Leaders Group.
We’ll be meeting monthly at London’s most magnificent eighteenth-century aristocratic palace, the prestigious Spencer House in St James’ Place, whilst guest venues throughout the year include the House of Lords in December – hosted by Lord Kerslake.
At each of our meetings we have guest speakers including:
And we’ve also invited numerous guest clients such as:
Membership of the Built Environment Leaders Group is available to companies for only £5,000 plus VAT for a 12 months.
Guest Speakers and Attendees
During this monthly event we’ll hear from three VIP Guest Speakers who’ll bring insightful knowledge and thought-provoking ideas to those within the room which will ignite the discussion. They will cover a wide variety of subjects relevant to the construction and property industry, and the VIP Speakers will be able to expand on their topics as they sit down and enjoy the exceptional three-course meal with all of those attending.
Chairman; Urban Splash
Chief Executive; Bounce Back Project
Senior Advisor; Large Capital
Call Keith Griffiths on 07590751638 or email email@example.com for further information or to secure your place as a founding member of the club.
Built Environment Leaders Group
Spencer House is London’s most magnificent eighteenth-century aristocratic palace. Built between 1756-1766 for John, first Earl Spencer, an ancestor of Diana, Prince of Wales (1961-1997) it is London’s finest surviving eighteenth-century town house.From its conception the House was recognised as one of the most sumptuous private residences ever built in London and a building of unique importance in the history of English architecture. Designed by John Vardy and James ‘Athenian’ Stuart, the State Rooms are amongst the earliest and finest neo-classical interiors in Europe.