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Garden Communities and New Towns Development Conference; Sponsored by DAC Beachcroft

Wednesday, 5th October 2022 0800hrs – 1600hrs

Kensington Town Hall, London, Hornton Street, W8 7NX

This conference will assemble industry leaders to discuss the future of the UK’s Garden Communities programme, showcase over £6bn worth of opportunities, and shed light on over 35,000 homes in development.

There are currently over 50 garden communities proposed or under construction across the UK, aimed to assist the UK Government’s 300,000 new homes per year target. Throughout this event, delegates will hear from those tasked with delivering these major developments as well as industry experts, public sector leadership, and investors. Speakers will touch on key issues within the industry, including sustainability, transport, inclusive growth, planning and infrastructure as a part of this unique conference.

Topics to be included:

  • 6,000-home Welborne Garden Village
  • Quinn Estate’s 9,500-home+ development pipeline
  • 1,400-home Tring Garden Village proposals
  • 2,500-home Faversham Garden Village
  • Eco Bos’ 5,000 property Cornwall Pipeline
  • 794-acre Manydown Garden Village
  • Redrow’s £2bn Plasdŵr development
  • Ebbsfleet’s 15,000-home pipeline
  • 10,000-home St Cuthbert’s Garden Village
  • 10,000-home Chelmsford Garden Community
  • 4,000-home Mountfield Park project
  • 1,700-home Longcross Garden Village
  • Redrow’s Development Pipeline
  • 4,000-home Nansledan Garden Village Proposals
  • 1,500-home West Carclaze Garden Village
  • £500m Baldock North Urban Extension Project
  • 1,500-home Seaham Garden Village
  • Countryside’s 16,000 plot development pipeline
  • 3,000-home Ashmere Project
  • 43 New Garden Communities

Speakers include:

08:00-09:00 Breakfast & Networking
09:00-09:15 Conference Welcome and Keynote

The conference will be opened via a keynote from an industry leader as they share their thoughts on the garden village boom and how it can support levelling up.

DAC Beachcroft; Gemma Leonard, Partner – Head of Residential

09:15-10:15 Session One: Garden Communities and New Towns – Moving from Vision to Reality; Sponsored by DAC Beachcroft

Key stakeholders from the sector will engage in a thought leadership discussion on the current state of Garden Communities, how far we have progressed since 2021 and how we overcome key challenges, address critical success factors and focus on where the future lies in terms of more development.

Chair: DAC Beachcroft; Ashley Dewar, Partner – Residential

Crest Nicholson; Kieran Daya, Managing Director

Town and Country Planning Association; Katy Lock, Director, Communities and Project Delivery

Redrow; Kevin Parker, Group Masterplanning Director

Connected Places Catapult; Erin Walsh, Director of Built Environment

Urban & Civic; Adam Pratt, Development Director

10:15-11:00 Break and Networking

Build commercially rewarding connections during the break – with refreshments included.

11:00-11:15 Best Practice Presentation Partner: Utilising 3D Technology to Aid Masterplanning Garden Communities

Experts from 3D digital visualisation technology firm VU.CITY will take to the stage to showcase how the use of this groundbreaking technology can accelerate the planning process and improve the final masterplan on major schemes such as garden communities.

VU.CITY; Alex Tosetti, Chief Commercial Officer

11:15-12:15 Session Two: How Do Garden Communities Support The UK’s Levelling Up Agenda; Sponsored by Turley

This session will feature a roundtable discussion and showcase, as the UK’s housebuilding leadership come together to address the role Garden Communities and New Towns play in levelling up communities.

Chair: Turley; David Blackadder-Weinstein, Director, Strategic Communications

Mountfield Park Garden Village / Canterbury City Council; Karen Britton, Planning Manager – Development and Engagement

Quinn Estates; Mark Quinn, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Homes England; Fionnuala Lennon, Head of Garden Communities, High Growth and New Settlements

Vistry Group; Fiona Milden, Group Planning Director

12:15-13:00 Lunch and Networking

Build commercially rewarding connections during the lunch break – with refreshments and food provided

13:00-14:15 Session Three: Major Garden Community and New Towns Development Plans; Sponsored by Greenbelt Group

As a part of this session, local authorities, leading developers and investors will showcase their ongoing and upcoming Garden Community projects.

Chair: Greenbelt Group; Andrew Duthie, Chief Executive

Welborne Garden Village; Fiona Gray, Project Director

Duchy of Cornwall; Nick Pollock, Head of Planning

Countryside Partnerships PLC; Rosa Etherington, Associate Director (Planning)

14:15-14:45 Break & Networking

Build commercially rewarding connections during the break.

14:45-16:00 Session Four: Developing Garden Communities in Line with Net Zero and Biodiversity Targets; Sponsored by Pinsent Masons

This panel will bring together a group of the UK’s leading garden village developers to discuss sustainable practices and how to support biodiversity as a part of their schemes.

Chair: Pinsent Masons; Richard Ford, Partner

Natural England; Mike Burke, Head of Sustainable Development

Karbon Homes; Sarah Robson, Director of Development and Regeneration

Eco Bos; Dorian Beresford, Chief Development Officer

St Cuthbert’s Garden Village; Neil Cole, Head of Planning Policy

Building with Nature; Dr Gemma Jerome, Director

16:00 Conference Summary and Close

We’re set to have a plethora of expert names joining us for four excellent panel discussions.

Vistry Group – Fiona Milden, Group Planning Director

More information to follow.

Duchy of Cornwall – Nick Pollock, Head of Planning

The Duchy is a private estate established 1337, which funds the public, private and charitable activities of the Prince of Wales and his family. The Duchy has recently formed a consortium with three regional building companies to help develop a 540-acre extension to the coastal town of Newquay. Titled, ‘Nansledan’, the masterplan includes proposals for over 4,000 homes, in addition to shops, school and public spaces. This development comes in addition to Faversham, that could see the delivery of over 2,500 homes.

Nick Pollock Duchy of Cornwall

Mountfield Park Garden Village – Karen Britton, Planning Manager – Development and Engagement

Canterbury City Council have been working alongside Corinthian Land to deliver a major development spanning 565 acres. Upon completion, Mountfield Park will boast 4,000 new homes, including affordable housing, in addition to two new primary schools, a doctors’ surgery, a dental practice, local shops, a community centre, green open spaces, new parks and 69,677 sq m of modern business premises. The development will also increase existing woodland by 50 new acres.

Crest Nicolson Partnerships & Strategic Land – Kieran Daya, Managing Director

Crest Nicholson is a leading developer of quality homes and thriving, sustainable communities. They have expertise in innovative placemaking and creating appealing, well-connected communities where people and nature can flourish. They are currently working with Aviva to deliver the Longcross Garden Village scheme, adopted as a part of Runnymede 2030 Local Plan. Under current plans, the scheme seeks to deliver 1,700 new homes, in addition to retail, food and drink space, as well as community, and leisure facilities, a new primary school, public open space, and sports pitches.

Homes England – Fionnuala Lennon, Head of Garden Communities, High Growth and New Settlements

Homes England are supporting the development of 43 new Garden Communities across the UK through funding and strategic advice and 2022 has seen an acceleration in planning and delivery of schemes. Fion joins the conference alongside members of her team to actively engage with delegates from across the supply chain and ecosystem and talk about how her team can help realise levelling up related regeneration going forward.

Homes England Fionnuala Lennon

St Cuthbert’s Garden Village – Neil Cole, Head of Planning Policy

St Cuthbert’s Garden Village is an ambitious proposal that could include the development of around 10,000 new quality homes, new employment opportunities, community facilities and the Carlisle Southern Link Road. The council has commissioned several technical studies to look into blue and green infrastructure, drainage, zero carbon technologies, transport, and more. Carlisle has also been awarded an additional £250,000 Government funding following another successful bid for Capacity Funding bringing the garden village vision closer to fruition.

Countryside Partnerships – Rosa Etherington, Associate Director (Planning)

Rosa works in the Planning Team within Strategic Land and Major Projects at Countryside Partnerships, involved in a wide range of long-term projects, varying in size and complexity. Over the last five years been focused on the planning and delivery of Beaulieu in Chelmsford. More recently, Rosa was made Project Lead for the promotion and planning of the 10,000-home Chelmsford Garden Community. Countryside are also delivering 3,000 homes to form the new Ashmere community as a part of the Ebbsfleet Garden City masterplan.

Town and Country Planning Association – Katy Lock, Director, Communities and Project Delivery

The Town and Country Planning Association works to challenge, inspire, and support people to create healthy, sustainable and resilient places. The association promoted the Garden City idea in 1899, and has since recognised the role new communities play in a portfolio of solutions necessary to provide affordable homes in inclusive, healthy and climate-friendly places. Katy joins us to share insight into the TCPA’s work supporting the latest garden community programme.

Natural England – Mike Burke, Head of Sustainable Development

Mike Burke is the Head of Sustainable Development in Natural England (an arm’s length body in the DEFRA group). Natural England are working on their Sustainable Development Programme that provides significant opportunities to deliver the Environment Act ambitions in a place through more effective use of NE’s planning and species licensing levers. Over the next five years Natural England will be driving more effectively planned, high environmental quality development and infrastructure at a local level; supporting the shaping of net gain policy and implementation to deliver ambitions on the Nature Recovery Network; embedding Green infrastructure and Natural Capital Planning; reforming species licensing to better reflect outcomes for conservation and developing strategic approaches to widespread environmental issues such as water quality.

Karbon Homes – Sarah Robson, Director of Development and Regeneration

Sarah Robson has been Director of Development and Regeneration at Karbon Homes since 2020. With a background in economic development, she has a wealth of experience in development and regeneration across the North East, having worked in senior positions with Durham County Council for 10 years, as well as working for the URC Tees Valley Regeneration and more recently as Corporate Director at Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council. Over the next 10 years, Karbon Homes will be building over 5000 new homes, 750 of these will be affordable homes on the new Seaham Garden Village development, where not only will there be extensive new infrastructure and community facilities but also the potential to use a minewater heating system.

Quinn Estates – Mark Quinn, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Quinn Estates are one of the most proactive mixed-use developers in the South East. They are currently working on a number of garden village projects across the South East, including a 1,700-home garden village near Maidstone, and most notably, the developer has put forward proposals for 8,000 new homes as a part of the Highsted Park Garden Village masterplan, that will include four primary schools and one secondary, a sports hub, infrastructure improvements and an extension to Kent Science Park.

 

Connected Places Catapult – Erin Walsh, Director of Built Environment

Connected Places Catapult is the UK’s innovation accelerator for cities, transport, and places with the main aim of creating smarter, healthier and more sustainable communities. Erin is the lead of the Built Environment Directorate at Connected Places Catapult focusing on housing innovation, urban infrastructure, and net-zero placemaking and joins us to share her thoughts on the Garden Community movement.

Redrow – Kevin Parker, Group Masterplanning Director

Redrow are one of the UK’s leading housebuilders with a number of Garden Village projects in the pipeline, most notably, a recent application has been lodged for 1,400 homes near Tring. Kevin is an urban designer and town planner with over 20 years’ experience in both the private and public sectors. At Redrow, Kevin and his team are responsible for promoting best practice in placemaking across the company as well as providing urban design support to all of the regions. He has led on the launch of an internal placemaking manual called “Designing a Better Way to Live”, which sets out eight measurable principles – the ‘Redrow 8’ – providing a framework for the delivery of great places across the country.

Welborne Garden Village – Fiona Gray, Project Director

Buckland Developments are the Master Developer of Welborne in Hampshire.  The project is unique in many ways with a legacy vision to deliver homes, employment, infrastructure, green space and more for a sustainable new community in the region.  2021 will be pivotal to turning their vision, created over the last decade, into reality. The development will include 6000 homes, a multitude of local amenities set against the backdrop of a green, leafy environment.

Pinsent Masons – Richard Ford, Partner

Richard co-leads the Pinsent Masons Garden Communities practice which is advising on over 30 Garden Communities across the UK, ranging from 2,000 homes to 20,000 homes and associated development. He specialises in the full life cycle of advice for Garden Communities projects, including Planning, Funding, Highways, Environmental, Sustainability and Stewardship, as well as Locally Led New Town Development Corporations and other delivery vehicles. As part of Stewardship, he advises on data trusts for Garden Communities to achieve ESG outcomes. He is Tier 1 rated in Chambers and Legal 500 Directories and is a Top Planning Lawyer in Planning Magazine. He has wide experience of major development, energy and infrastructure projects in the UK and internationally and is a regular conference speaker and author of articles in this area.

Building with Nature – Dr Gemma Jerome, Director

Gemma is the Director of Building with Nature (BwN), a national benchmark and accreditation system for green infrastructure. She is an environmental planner specialising in the delivery, management and maintenance of development that puts nature at the heart of its decision-making. BwN is the UK’s first Standards Framework for high-quality green infrastructure and provides industry with how-to guidance to create great places for people and wildlife. She recently co-chaired the British Standards Institute panel for the BS8683 Biodiversity Net Gain standard, sits on the advisory group for the Natural England Green Infrastructure Standards Project, and has acted in an advisory capacity on various Government roundtables directing design quality and placemaking.

Eco Bos – Dorian Beresford, Chief Development Officer

Formed in 2010, Eco Bos is a joint venture between Orascom Development Holding and Imerys to develop a series of sustainable communities, with a pipeline of around 5,000 properties. West Carclaze Garden Village is a part of this scheme and spans across a 500-acre site at the heart of Cornwall’s Clay Country. Plans for the new community include 350 acres of managed country park, 1,500 energy efficient homes, a 210 place primary school and nursery, and a 7MW solar park. Dorian joins us to diccuss the project and Eco Bos’ wide aims to develop sustainable communities throughout the UK.

DAC Beachcroft – Gemma Leonard, Partner – Head of Residential

Gemma leads one of the largest specialist residential development teams in the country. We are involved at every stage of a development, from concept to plot sales. Our strategic land and planning expertise is being put to use in many garden community developments throughout the country. We include all the leading housebuilders amongst our clients; in addition to local authorities and specialist developers of build to rent, affordable housing and later life living accommodation.

Urban & Civic – Adam Pratt, Development Director

As one of the UK’s leading Master Developers Urban&Civic’s 11 strategic sites, with 6 in delivery, have the potential to deliver 50,000+ homes. Their latest project is a joint venture with Hertfordshire County Council to deliver a £500m urban extension including 3,300 homes together with commercial uses and associated infrastructure, including new schools and a country park. They are also currently finalising the planning prior to the delivery of a 794 acre new community at Manydown, on the western edge of Basingstoke. Adam is responsible for the acquisition and early stewardship of new projects within U&C’s growing portfolio of strategic development sites.

Built Environment Networking – Amanda Griffiths, Director

Amanda is one of the Co-Founder’s of Built Environment Networking – formed almost 10 years ago.

She’ll be hosting throughout the day, running the days proceedings and managing the interaction between our delegates and the speakers.

VU.CITY – Alex Tosetti, Chief Commercial Officer

Alex joined in July 2020 to help VU.CITY in the next step of the transformational growth journey. He brings extensive board level leadership experience working for major global consulting corporations, with a strong industry reputation and connectivity throughout London, UK and global cities. He has 30 years of professional consultancy experience in urban regeneration, environmental consulting, and smart cities technology,  and wishes to use this dynamic career experience to create ‘an improved citizen-centric urban environment.’ A leading pioneer of Environmental Impact Assessment and Sustainability within the development sector, and active contributor to industry forums such as BSI, EIC, ACE and the UK PropTech Association.

DAC Beachcroft – Ashley Dewar, Partner – Residential

DAC Beachcroft has one of the largest specialist residential teams in the country. We have the resource and knowledge to provide costs effective solutions, from complex and strategic acquisitions to high volume property management. We work for all the UK’s leading housebuilders, specialist developers and housing associations on schemes including garden villages, build to rent, student accommodation and later life living.

Built Environment Networking – Fahmida Nisa, Online Event Manager

Nisa is a research, marketing and content specialist at Built Environment Networking. She will be hosting a number of the sessions throughout the day, running the day’s proceedings and managing the interaction between our virtual delegates and the speakers.

Greenbelt – Andrew Duthie, Chief Executive

For 25+ years Greenbelt have been the UK’s leading specialist in the stewardship of public open spaces, providing long-term, high-quality management solutions for outdoor areas and amenities on new residential developments. Their dynamic, in-house workforce ranges from horticulturists and environmental managers to landscape architects and solicitors – all supported by their  specialised customer-facing teams. Greenbelt place conservation and horticultural best practice at the forefront of their service, allowing them to make an important contribution to protecting and enhancing the environment. Their custom-built and truly innovative technology assists and complements their on-the-ground work and elevates the quality above all others.

Turley – David Blackadder-Weinstein, Director, Strategic Communications

David leads Turley’s Strategic Communications service in the Midlands. He has overseen and advised on several major town centre regeneration, new settlement, and land development projects, applying his unique blend of project positioning, public affairs and consultation experience to achieve positive planning, development, and stakeholder relationship outcomes for Turley’s clients. David joined Turley in March 2020 from Midlands Connect shortly after confirmation that the Midlands Rail Hub would become a government priority and integrated with HS2. While Head of External Affairs at Midlands Connect, he played a lead role in devising, launching and executing the #MidlandsEngineRail, #HS2alltheway and #GetHS2done campaigns. Over the last 15 years’ he has worked in both the private and public sectors on major national and regional schemes and broadcast channels. His approach to strategic communications and stakeholder engagement is guided by a commitment to understanding various audiences’ specific needs and desired outcomes.

This unique conference will bring together the construction industry to drive economic growth through development and regeneration across the Garden Communities and New Towns Development Conference. There will be plenty of exhibitors showcasing their brand and best practice in the industry, whilst helping them reap the rewards of being prominently displayed within the events exhibition area in front of some key and influential business leaders.

Modular Construction Off Site Development Build Public Sector

Exhibiting will allow you to:

  • Meet 300+ delegates face to face
  • Be part of the Garden Communities and New Towns Development Conference
  • Be seen as a leading firm in the industry’s bid to drive sustainable growth in the regions
  • Network with hundreds of your business clients and peers
  • Showcase your work to regional authorities, government officials, leading private sector firms, blue-chip companies, investors and more

Confirmed Exhibitors:

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If you’re interested in exhibiting at the conference then get in touch with our team – with space available for standard exhibition stalls or larger spaces to showcase more of your brand and create an eye-catching area contact:

Email: opportunities@built-environment-networking.com

Associate your brand with the Garden Communities and New Towns Development Conference and position your brand at the forefront of one of the UK’s biggest discussions and debates about economic growth, development and regeneration within Garden Villages.

Package Exhibition Stand Chair/ Speaking Opportunity Tickets VIP Backstage Access Cost (+VAT)
Corporate Partner Yes Yes 15 Yes £8,250 Sold Out
Session One Partner: Garden Communities and New Towns – Moving from Vision to Reality Yes Yes 10 Yes £5,500 Sold Out
Session Two Partner: How Do Garden Villages Support The UK’s Levelling Up Agenda Yes Yes 10 Yes £5,500 Sold Out
Session Three Partner: Major Garden Village and New Towns Development Plans Yes Yes 10 Yes £5,500 Sold Out
Session Four Partner: Developing Garden Villages in Line with Net Zero and Biodiversity Targets Yes Yes 10 Yes £5,500 Sold Out
Best Practice Presentation Partner Yes Yes 7 Yes £3,250 View Details
Pre Conference Dinner Partner 2 Yes £2,750 View Details
Private Roundtable Partner Yes 5 Yes £2,750 View Details
Speaker Table Partner Yes 5 Yes £2,750 View Details
Programme Partner Yes 5 £2,250 Sold Out
Breakfast Partner Yes 5 £2,250 View Details
Lunch Partner Yes 5 £2,250 View Details
Email Partner Yes 5 £2,250 View Details
Registration Partner Yes 5 £2,250 View Details
Exhibitor Packages Yes 4 £1,750 View Details

Corporate Partner

Session One Partner: Garden Villages and New Towns – How Far Have We Progressed Since 2021?

Session Two: How Do Garden Communities Support The UK’s Levelling Up Agenda

Session Three Partner: Major Garden Village and New Towns Development Plans

Session Four Partner: Developing Garden Villages in Line with Net Zero and Biodiversity Targets

Best Practice Presentation Partner

£3,250+VAT

This package enables you to speak at the conference – providing you with an opportunity to deliver a thought leadership presentations and/or on-stage Q&A utilising our expert Chair. You’ll be able to position yourself as a though-leader and go-to-business in your sector in front of sector/regional stakeholders and influencers. Benefits include:

  • 15-minute timeslot before one of the main sessions to deliver a thought leadership presentation and/or Q&A session
  • Direct access before and after every session to the VIP speaker room, an excellent opportunity to establish rapport and build commercially rewarding relationships
  • Prime branding at the conference
  • 3x1m² exhibition space
  • Additional pull-up stand on stage during your Best Practice session
  • Seven delegate passes for the conference
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to ten people per year
  • Your logo will be displayed on the conference page of the website
  • Your logo will be on all documents related to the conference – emails etc.
  • One full page digital advert in the conference programme
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the closing speech
  • Social media – pre, during & post-conference activity
  • Inclusion within all PR and Outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to photographs and video of the conference
  • Virtual branding – logo and blurb on the event website for delegates watching online

Best Practice Presentation Partner

Pre Conference Dinner Partner

£2,750+VAT

The day before the event we’ll be hosting a Speaker and Sponsor VIP dinner – this event offers a unique opportunity to network one-on-one with the industry’s leading figures. This partnership enables you to have prominent involvement and branding at the dinner. Benefits include:

  • Speaking opportunity – with a 10-minute promotional talk at the VIP Dinner
  • Prime branding at the conference dinner.
  • Two pull-up banners at the conference dinner
  • Promotional material and literature placement on the dinner tables
  • Two places at the conference dinner
  • Two delegate passes for the conference
  • Positioned as ‘Conference Dinner Partner’ in all branding
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to two people per year
  • Your logo will be displayed on the conference page of the website
  • Your logo will be on all documents related to the conference – emails etc.
  • One full page advert in the dinner menu
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the closing speech
  • Social media – pre, during & post-conference activity
  • Inclusion within all PR and Outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to photographs and video of the conference

Private Roundtable Partner

£2,750+VAT

Take the discussion into a more private setting – with a hireable room at the event enabling you to create a roundtable discussion for up to 45-minutes. We’ll work with you to invite your target clients, plus your own attendees, to create an in-event experience that helps you forge new commercially rewards connections. Benefits include:

  • Hire a private room at the event venue for 45-minutes – for circa 10-15 attendees
  • Ten invitations directly through ourselves to event delegates to request their attendance at the roundtable (no guarantee provided on attendance)
  • Pull-up banners and marketing literature allowed within the private room during the period of your roundtable
  • 3x1m² exhibition space
  • Four delegate passes to the conference– which you can use for your staff or invited clients who you may also want to take part in the roundtable discussion
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to five people per year
  • Your logo will be displayed on the conference page of the website
  • Your logo will be on all documents related to the conference – emails etc.
  • One half page digital advert in the conference programme
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the closing speech
  • Social media – pre, during & post-conference activity
  • Inclusion within all PR and Outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to photographs and video of the conference
  • Virtual branding – logo and blurb on the event website for delegates watching online

Speaker Table Partner

£2,750+VAT

Become the official partner of the Speakers’ Table – where our high-level event speakers will congregate throughout the day. Benefits include:

  • VIP access to enable you to join the speaker table/room
  • Build one-to-one relationships with key decision makers and work givers
  • Marketing collateral can be placed on the speaker table
  • Two pull-up banners around the Speaker Table area
  • 3x1m² exhibition space
  • Five delegate passes for the conference
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to five people per year
  • Your logo will be displayed on the conference page of the website
  • Your logo will be on all documents related to the conference – emails etc.
  • One half page digital advert in the conference programme
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the closing speech
  • Social media – pre, during & post-conference activity
  • Inclusion within all PR and Outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to photographs and video of the conference
  • Virtual branding – logo and blurb on the event website for delegates watching online

Programme Partner

Breakfast Partner

£2,250+VAT

A package to enable mass brand awareness and visibility during the busiest periods of the day. Becoming a partner would ensure branding is at the forefront of the breakfast period area along with additional marketing benefits including an exhibition stand and inclusion within all marketing material. Benefits include:

  • Prime branding in the physical breakfast area space for the duration of breakfast with three pull-up stands
  • Positioned as ‘Conference Breakfast Partner’ in all branding
  • 3x1m² exhibition space
  • Five delegate passes for the conference
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to five people per year
  • Your logo will be displayed on the conference page of the website
  • Your logo will be on all documents related to the conference – emails etc.
  • One half page digital advert in the conference programme
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the closing speech
  • Social media – pre, during & post-conference activity
  • Inclusion within all PR and Outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to photographs and video of the conference
  • Virtual branding – logo and blurb on the event website for delegates watching online

Email Partner

£2,250+VAT

Prime branding on all emails used to promote the conference with delegates before, during and after the conference. Benefits include:

  • Prime Branding on the emails sent to promote the conference sent to circa 80,000 contacts
  • Positioned as ‘Conference Email Partner’ in all branding
  • 3x1m² exhibition space
  • Five delegate passes for the conference
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to five people per year
  • Your logo will be displayed on the conference page of the website
  • Your logo will be on all documents related to the conference – emails etc.
  • One half page digital advert in the conference programme
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the closing speech
  • Social media – pre, during & post-conference activity
  • Inclusion within all PR and Outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to photographs and video of the conference
  • Virtual branding – logo and blurb on the event website for delegates watching online

Registration Partner

£2,250+VAT

Sponsorship of the registration area – the delegate entry point to the conference. Benefits include:

  • Branding on the sign-in iPads at check-out where all delegates sign-in with a table cloth and two pull up stands (provided by you)
  • Positioned as ‘Conference Registration Partner’ in all branding
  • 3x1m² exhibition space
  • Five delegate passes for the event
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to five people per year
  • Your logo will be displayed on the conference page of the website
  • Your logo will be on all documents related to the conference – emails etc.
  • One half page digital advert in the conference programme
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the closing speech
  • Social media – pre, during & post-conference activity
  • Inclusion within all PR and Outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to photographs and video of the conference
  • Virtual branding – logo and blurb on the event website for delegates watching online

Exhibitor Package

£1,750+VAT

If you’re looking for access to the event and a space to hold meetings and showcase your services, our Exhibitor Partner package is perfect. There is no limit to the exhibition space enabling you to simply drive brand awareness through a standard exhibition package or bring excitement to the room with the ability to take exhibition space to stand out from the crowd. Benefits include:

  • 3x1m² exhibition space
  • Four delegate passes for the event
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to four people per year
  • Your logo will be displayed on the conference page of the website
  • Your logo will be on all documents related to the conference – emails etc.
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the closing speech
  • Social media – pre, during & post-conference activity
  • Inclusion within all PR and Outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to photographs and video of the conference
  • Virtual branding – logo and blurb on the event website for delegates watching online

Exhibitor Partner

Exhibitor Partner

Exhibitor Partner

Exhibitor Partner

Exhibitor Partner

Become a Partner

If you’re interested in any of the packages above or if you’re interested in finding out additional information then contact us on:

0113 390 4700

opportunities@built-environment-networking.com

Taking place the night before the Garden Communities and New Towns Development Conference, we will be hosting an experience like no other, bringing together the event speakers, selected guests and the exclusive dinner sponsor.

The dinner will take place in a private dining setting at The Britannia, 1 Allen St, London W8 6UX between 18:00-21:00 the night before the event (Tuesday 4th October).

The evening includes a three-course meal and drinks with an inclusive menu to suit all, in addition to hours of excellent networking opportunities alongside key influencers and leaders in the sector.

Benefits of attending the dinner in addition to the conference include:

  • Targeted networking – the attendees will primarily be our event speakers, ensuring quality networking with the key decision makers
  • Quality networking – ensure you’re not rushed when speaking to potential clients, this event gives you hours of time in a relaxed environment where a true relationship can be built
  • Be ahead of your competitors – they will be at the conference the next day, so guarantee you’re ahead of the competition by forming relationships with key clients the night before the event, you’ll be on first name terms the following day
  • Share knowledge and thought leadership – stand out from the crowd by adding your voice to the table discussion as we ask several key questions on how the sector can overcome challenges and grasp opportunities

Dinner attendees include:

  • Abri
  • Barton Willmore
  • Buckland Development
  • Buckminster
  • Building with Nature
  • Crest Nicholson
  • DAC Beachcroft
  • Gleeds
  • Greenbelt
  • Kier
  • Openreach
  • Pinsent Masons
  • Pinsent Masons
  • PlaceChangers
  • Quinn Estates
  • Redwood Consulting
  • Turley
  • West Carclaze Garden Village

Those attending the dinner must also be attending the conference the following day – you can register below or contact opportunities@built-environment-networking.com for more information. Sponsorship opportunities are also available on the ‘Become a Partner’ tab above.

A2 Dominion
Abri
Adair
AECOM
Al Kabir Town
APEM
Ardent
Artelia Projects
ARUP
Ashford Borough Council
B&M McHugh
Barton Willmore
Bevan Brittan
Blaby District Council
Bourneville Village Trust
Brentwood Borough Council
Brocklesby Estate
Buckland Development
Buckminster Management
Building with Nature
Built Environment Networking
Camargue
Canterbury City Council
Carlisle City Council
Charlton Brown Architects
Clague
Collado Collins Architects
Connected Places Catapult
Copper Consultancy
Cornwall Council
Countryside
Cratus Communications
Crest Nicholson
CW Architects
DAC Beachcroft
Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities
Duchy of Cornwall
Dunton Hills Garden Village
Ebbsfleet Development Corporation
Ebbsfleet Garden City
ECF
Eco-Bos
Exigere
Fawley Waterside
FCC Environment
Fisher German
Furnitubes
Gateway Group
Gerald Eve
Gillespies
Gleeds
Glide
Go Travel Solutions
Greenbelt
Grosvenor
Hall and Woodhouse
Headland Archaeology
Hellens Group
Herbert Smith Freehills
Highsted Park Garden Village
Hive Land and Planning
HM Land Registry
Homes England
Hyas
IBI Group
Indigo House Group
Inventa Partners
JTP Architects
Karbon Homes
Kier
Knight Frank
Lexington
Lloyds Banking Group
Longcross Garden Village
Loop
Lovell
M3 Consulting
Mactaggart and Mickel
Manydown Garden Village
Markide Associates
Marshalls Building Products
Mayer Brown
Mountfield Park Garden Village
Nansledan Garden Community
Natural England
Newforma
Northern Powerhouse Land Ltd
O&H Properties
On Architecture
Openreach
Pagabo
PA Group
Paul Henry Architects
Pinsent Masons
Placechangers
Pollard Thomas Edwards
Prime Land Consultants
PRP Architects
Quinn Estates
RD Engineering Associates
Redrow
Redrow Homes
Redwood Consulting
Reinforced Earth Company
Remus Healthcare Developments
Ridge and Partners
RSK Group
Rydon Group
S&C Slatter
SAY Property Consulting
Seaham Garden Village
Sensat
Smart Growth Analytics
SNRG
Somerset West and Taunton Council
Spawforths
Spitalgate Heath Garden Village
St Cuthberts Garden Village
Stephen George + Partners
Sticky Places
Story Homes
Sweco
Swish Fibre
Sypro
Tetra Tech
Thakeham Homes
Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council
Town and Country Planning Association
Treveth Holdings
Turley
UK Power Networks
UKREiiF
Urban and Civic
Vistry
Vistry Group
VU.CITY
VXFiber
Welborne Garden Village
West Carclaze Garden Village
West Oxfordshire District Council
Westwind Capital
Whetstone Pastures Garden Community
Winch Design
WLC
WrayCo
WSP

Tickets

Physical Event Ticket: Garden Communities and New Towns Development Conference 2022 £199.00

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Attendee ticket price: £199

Virtual Event Ticket: Garden Communities and New Towns Development Conference 2022 £99.00

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Physical Event Ticket AND VIP Speakers Dinner: Garden Communities and New Towns Development Conference 2022 The dinner takes place the evening before this event – limited to 20 places. £349.00

Attendee 1

Attendee ticket price: £349

Details

Date:
Wednesday, 5th October 2022

Time:
0800hrs – 1600hrs

Cost:
£99 – £349

Venue

Kensington Town Hall
Hornton St, London W8 7NX, UK

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