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London Property Club – February

February 8 @ 0700hrs - 1230hrs

The Royal Institution London,

London Property Club – February | Event

London Property Club | 8th February 2019

Embrace a Changing Future at our exclusive February conference

London Property Club’s February event marks the first of an exclusive new conference series focused on our capital’s built environment sector. As the industry evolves with the announcement of public and private land projects and innovative outlooks and new solutions, the Built Environment Networking team are putting you in touch with the key decision makers and leaders driving the change.

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An exclusive new breakfast conference series

200+ delegates. 3 industry-changing presentations. 1 morning. The London Property Club conference starts with breakfast at 07:00 and continues until 12:00, enabling the London delegates to learn and connect throughout the morning and be back at their desks for the afternoon.

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A forward-looking industry event

Why attend the February London Property Club conference?

  • A half-day morning event
  • 200+ fellow industry experts
  • Presentations from senior leadership in the largest organisations in the sector
  • Up-to-date information on developing situations, including; TfL 10 year project, Government Property Agency and Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Access to decision makers and relevant suppliers in our exhibitor space
  • Breakfast and lunch are provided
  • Counts towards CPD hours
  • Convenient central London location

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Expert Briefings from Industry Leading Speakers

We’ll be joined by some of the most important leaders and experts with an intimate understanding of the topics and projects being discussed. We’ve already confirmed a number of speakers for the event including…

Speakers 1 Roger British Land Madelin Canada Water Government Property

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An Iconic Venue: The Royal Institution

21 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4BS

 

Less than fifteen minutes by tube from London Waterloo, this iconic Mayfair destination has been one of the finest conference venues in Europe for over 200 years. With a purpose-built auditorium and stunning libraries and galleries, there’s no finer place to host the London Property Club series.

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About The Organisers

Built Environment Networking are the leading organisers of property and built environment conferences in the UK. Our events are designed to serve the needs of our industry today. We focus our agenda on the topics you need to know about – key developments and long-term built environment projects that are direct relevance to your organisation – and then we hand-pick the very best experts to speak on each topic.

SPEAKERS Sir Terry Morgan HS2 Midlands Connect Maria Machancoses Pete Waterman Cheshire Warrington LEP

(Recent speakers include Sir Terry Morgan (HS2), Maria Machancoses (Midlands Connect) and Pete Waterman (Cheshire & Warrington LEP))

Book your ticket

If you want to know where London’s property industry is going, there’s no better conference than the London Property Club. Delegate spaces to February’s conference are limited to 350 seats, and are selling out fast. Book your ticket today to avoid disappointment.

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London Property Club – February | Speakers

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Who’s speaking on Friday 8th February 2019

We already have some exceptional industry leaders and experts confirmed to speak at February’s London Property Club conference. More speakers are being added all the time, so please keep an eye on this page.

Rob Elder, Agent – London, Bank of England

Rob became the Bank of England’s Agent for Greater London in May 2018 having joined the firm in 1998. He initially supported the Monetary Policy Committee as an economist and then senior manager for 12 years until 2010 when he represented the UK on the board of the International Monetary Fund in Washington DC. When he returned he working in the Bank of England press office and then the Financial Policy Committee running a team monitoring developments in the UK banking sector.

He is the eyes and ears around London for the Bank of England, and with his incredible knowledge he’ll be delivering a keynote at the event of the capitals economic outlook, opportunities and trends.

Liz Peace, Chair, Government Property Agency

Liz was Chief Executive of the British Property Federation for 13 years until her retirement in 2014. She was awarded a CBE in 2008 for services to the property industry. Liz now has a portfolio career with a range of non-executive, advisory and charity roles, at Howard de Walden Estates, RPS plc, RDI REIT plc, Holtby Turner, and the Churches Conservation Trust.

She’ll be talking her role at the Government Property Agency (GPA) which delivers property and workplace solutions across government by managing central government property as a strategic asset. GPA is an executive agency, sponsored by the Cabinet Office.

Angela Harrowing, Deputy Director – Asset Efficiency and One Public Estates, Cabinet Office

Angela started her career at the Department for Communities and Local Government before moving to the Cabinet Office after a brief stint advising KPMG on public sector change programmes.

She currently jointly runs the pioneering One Public Estate programme in partnership with the Local Government Association and she’ll be presenting about their strategic plans. Working with over 100 councils and government they’re helping to unlock the value in the public estate, transforming local services and helping to boost local growth – with a view of releasing £5bn+ land and property by 2020.

James Payne, Chair, National Police Estates Group

James works across two roles – primarily as Chief Executive Officer at the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner for Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton – and his other role sees him sit as the Chair for the National Police Estates Group.

He’ll be giving an overview of the work which the National Police Estates Group are doing across the UK as Police Forces look to rationalise their estates, build efficient new state-of-the-art facilities and headquarters, and dispose of un-needed land to aid development across UK cities.

Tom Cheesewright, Futurist Speaker

Tom is one of the UK’s leading commentators on technology and tomorrow. He has worked with a huge range of organisations across a variety of markets, to help them to see a clear vision of tomorrow, share that vision and respond with agility.

Tom draws on his experience to create original, compelling talks that are keyed to the experience of the audience but which surprise and shock with unexpected facts and examples.

Peter Elliott, Head of Property, Transport for London

Peter has over 15 years’ of experience, and is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, RIBA qualified and holds a Post-Grad Diploma in Planning, providing a solid foundation to establish vision, realise value, and benefit from the valence of the planning framework.

Peter jointly runs the Property Development team at TfL – who’re transforming their estates portfolio and delivering circa 20m sq ft of development over the next ten years. He’ll be discussing some of the major schemes happening across the city including those at Harrow, Westminster, Barnet and Hammersmith as TfL take a new approach to asset management and land redevelopment.

Roger Madelin, Head of Canada Water Development, British Land

Having joined Argent in 1987 Roger went on to become a Director two years later – and was responsible for delivering Argent’s 67-acre King’s Cross development, as well as all of Argent’s other developments including Green Park and Thames Valley Park in Reading, Piccadilly in Manchester, Brindleyplace in Birmingham and more.

Now Head of Canada Water Development, having joined British Land in 2016, Roger leads the huge development project and will be speaking about the ambitious scheme and how companies can get involved within the vision for the area.

Elaine Bailey, Chief Executive, Hyde Group

Elaine joined the Hyde Group in June 2014 and is responsible for the strategic direction of the organisation. Prior to this Elaine has worked in both the public and private sector – primarily in engineering consultancy work with both HM Prison Service and Serco. Her previous roles have seen her run large high performing service operations, helping businesses grow organically and through acquisition.

The Hyde Group are one of just four registered providers selected on the TfL Property Partnership Frameworks and Elaine will be talking about how they will be helping to deliver thousands of homes, offices, retail spaces and jobs to London through the collaborative partnership.

Meet the speakers

Who’s speaking on Friday 8th February 2019

We already have some exceptional industry leaders and experts confirmed to speak at February’s London Property Club conference. More speakers are being added all the time, so please keep an eye on this page.

Our conference format is conversational and immersive. Not only do we encourage questions and debate at the event, we also invite delegates to connect with the speakers in the breaks between sessions. The speakers who attend our events are passionate experts who want to share their knowledge and expertise; the London Property Club is your ideal opportunity to get acquainted.

Book your ticket

Delegate spaces to February’s London Property Club conference are limited to 350 seats, and are selling out fast. Book your ticket today to avoid disappointment.

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London Property Club – February | Attendees

Attend the London Property Club in February

Book your ticket and join the conversation on the 8th February 2019

London Property is changing. Public land projects and new technological innovations are transforming the industry. Make sure you’re part of it – join the London Property Club for a breakfast conference on 8th February.

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Delegates already booked to attend:

Directors and senior management from the following businesses have already booked to attend the conference on the 8th February:

AECOM, AKS Ward, Anderson Acoustics, Appleyard and Trew, Arcadis, Arcus Consulting, ARUP, Atkins, Ayre Chamberlain, Balfour Beatty, Bank of England, Barton Willmore, BDB Pitmans, BDP, Bell Cornwell, Bevan Brittan, Bisset Adams, Blaser Mills Law, BMT Global, Bolt Burdon, Border Archaeology, Bouygues, Bourne Steel, BPIM, Brecher, Briggs and Forrester, British Gypsum, British Land, Build Energy, BuroHappold Engineering, BWB Consulting, Cabinet Office, Calfordseaden, CallisonRTKL, Camargue, Capita, Carter Jonas, Chapman Taylor, CITB, CollaboraRE, Copper Consultancy, Cooley Architects, Cundall, Curtins, DN-A Architecture, Delta-Simons, Dominic Lawson, E.ON, Ecology by Design, EcoWorld London, Edward Williams Architects, Elliott Wood, Engie, EnlivenRE, Feilden+Mawson, Fletcher Priest Architects, Flexioffices, Gallagher Group, Gallagher Properties, Galliford Try, Genesis Property Group, GL Hearn, Government Property Agency, Greenwoods GRM, Hampshire Police, Hilson Moran, HKS, Hoare Lea, Hodkinson Consultancy, HTA Design, Hyde Housing, Hydrock, Hyperoptic, Iceni Projects, iDEA, IFC Group, ISG, ITC, JLT Speciality, Jonathan Leavens, Kier, Koppers, Lewis Silkin, LK Group, London Fire Brigade, Malcolm Hollis, Maples Teesdale, Mitsui Fudosan, Mizen Properties, MLM Consulting Engineers, Moore Stephens, Morgan Sindall, Mott MacDonald, Murphy Group, Museum of London Archaeology, National Police Estates Group, NTR Planning, Office of Government Property, One Public Estates, Osborne Clarke, P3r Engineers, Paragon Building Consultancy, PBA – now part of Stantec, Phil Jones Associates, Plowman Craven, Portland Design, Purcell, Rider Levett Bucknall, Ridge & Partners, Robert Bird Group, Robinson Low Francis, Rockwool, Rodgers Leask, Ross Developments & Renewables, Scott Brownrigg, SCP Transport, Silver DCC, SPIE, SOM, SRL Technical Services, Stephen George & Partners, Stevens & Bolton, StrattoOpencell, Surface Property, Stantec, Terrain Surveys, The Greenhills Group, Thorncliffe Communications, Transport for London, Troup Bywaters & Anders, Trowers & Hamlins, U+I Group, Waverlea Homes, Weightmans, Willmott Dixon, White Red Architects, Vectos, Virgin Media, Wagstaffs Design, Wardwell Armstrong, Waterman Group, Wates, Weston Williamson & Partners, Wilkinson Eyre Architects, Womble Bond Dickinson, Zaha Hadid Architects, ZEDpods and many many more.

Feedback from previous events:

Testimonials Alessandra This Land Calderdale Council Karen

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Don’t wait to book your tickets – the event is selling out fast. You can purchase your tickets online now, or email us to pay by bank transfer.

London Property Club – February | Programme

Our Programme for 8th February 2019

Schedule of Keynote Talks, Presentations and Sessions

Government Property London Whitehall
Government Property Update

Representatives from the Government Property Agency will introduce the Government’s vision for the future of London Property.

Internet of Things (IoT)

We’ll learn of the challenges and opportunities that Proptech and IoT (Internet of Things) are bringing to the industry, and discover how best to plan for new innovations.

Transport for London (TfL) Development Plans

TfL’s 10-year plan will affect 5,700 acres of London real estate, split over more than 50 sites. We’ll learn more about TfL’s plans and the likely impact on the property industry.

 

Full Conference Agenda

We’re planning a packed morning of sessions of the 8th February. Starting with breakfast at 07:00am, the conference kicks off with an 08:00am keynote and closes with a takeaway lunch at 12:30.

 

07:00-08:00 – Breakfast & Networking

08:00-08:30 – Keynote Speech

  • Rob Elder; Agent for London, Bank of England

08:30-09:30 – Session: Government Property Update

  • Chair; TBC (Available)
  • Liz Peace; Chair, Government Property Agency
  • Angela Harrowing; Deputy Director – Asset Efficiency & One Public Estate, Cabinet Office
  • James Payne; Chair, National Police Estates Group

09:30-10:10 – Refreshments & Networking

10:10-10:50 – Session: Internet of Things (IoT)

  • Tom Cheesewright; Futurist Speaker

10:50-11:30 – Refreshments & Networking

11:30-12:30 – Session: TfL

  • Chair; TBC (Available)
  • Peter Elliott; Head of Development, TfL
  • Roger Madelin, Head of Canada Water Development, British Land
  • Elaine Bailey; Chief Executive, Hyde Group

12:30 – Takeaway Lunch & End

 

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London Property Club – February | Exhibitors

Exhibitors

Our unique conference format is about more than industry discourse…it’s about putting you in touch with the businesses and organisations leading the way in this industry.

  • Meet the suppliers who are investing in major local projects
  • Book a meeting ahead of time or walk up to the stand on the day
  • Speak to the right person in the organisations you want to talk to

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London Property Club Exhibitors

Who’s exhibiting at the London Property Club conference on the 8th February 2019

Sponsors Website Balfour Beatty Border Archaeaology

Book your ticket

No other London conference gives you the power to make relevant connections, education yourself on the latest developments and start new business relationships in one morning. Delegate spaces to February’s conference are limited to 350 seats, and are selling out fast. Book your ticket today to avoid disappointment

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London Property Club – February | Become a Partner

Become a Partner

Do More Business at the London Property Club February Conference

Our partner opportunities remove the usual barriers to key decision-makers in the London Property sector. As an event partner, you’ll boost your organisation’s profile, influence industry debate and make exclusive connections with key decision makers in London’s built environment sector.

PackageExhibition StandChair/Speaking OpportunityTicketsVIP Backstage AccessCost (+VAT)
Annual Corportate PartnerYesYes10Yes£15,000 Sold Out
Event PartnerYesYes5Yes£5,000 View Details
Lunch PartnerYes-5-£3,500 View Details
Demonstration Room PartnerYesYes2-£3,500 View Details
Programme PartnerYes-2-£2,500 View Details
Breakfast PartnerYes-2-£2,500 View Details
Exhibitor PackageYes-2-£1,500 View Details

Partnership Packages

Annual Corporate Partner
£15,000+VAT
Event Partner: Feb 2019
£5,000+VAT

Join the 2019 Corporate Partner for this event with the Event Partner package. With just one event partner position available for each event, you’ll enjoy the following exclusive event partner privileges:

  • Event Partner Branding at this London Property Club conference
  • Option to chair a panel session
  • 5 delegate passes
  • A full exhibition stand space (3m²)
  • Digital media branding: your logo appears on the event website, booking forms and reminder emails for the event
  • Print media branding: A full-page advert in the conference programme
  • Photo & Video Library: access professional photos and video of the event
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Lunch Partner: Feb 2019
£3,500+VAT

Sponsor the meal at the end of the conference. At 12:30, delegates will leave the final speaker session and descend on this unique branding opportunity. Lunch partner benefit from the following:

  • Branded lunch area: three pull-up stands and your logo on every delegates’ lunch bag
  • 5 delegates passes
  • A full exhibition stand space (3m²)
  • Digital media branding: your logo appears on the event website, booking forms and reminder emails for the event
  • Print media branding: A full-page advert in the conference programme
  • Photo & Video Library: access professional photos and videos of the event
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Demonstration Room Partner: Feb 2019
£3,500+VAT

Get your own exhibition room at February’s London Property Club with our exclusive Demonstration Room Partner opportunity. You’ll take over a 60 sq m room in the Royal Institution, where you can demonstrate to an audience of up to 80 delegates at a time.

  • 4 demonstration sessions: present to delegates from 07:00-08:00, 09:30-10:00, 10:50-11:30 and 12:30-13:00
  • Plug-and-go presentation equipment: the room is already set up with a screen, projector, laptop, lectern and lectern microphone
  • 2 delegate passes
  • Digital media branding: your logo appears on the event website, booking forms and reminder emails for the event
  • Print media branding: A half-page advert in the conference programme
  • Photo & Video Library: access professional photos and video of the event
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Programme Partner: Feb 2019
£2,500+VAT

Our print programme partner opportunity puts you on the front cover and grants you a full-page advertisement in the programme.

  • Front Cover Branding: enjoy prime branding on the cover of the conference programme
  • 2 delegate passes
  • A full exhibition stand space (3m²)
  • Digital media branding: your logo appears on the event website, booking forms and reminder emails for the event
  • Print media branding: A full-page advert in the conference programme
  • Photo & Video Library: access professional photos and video of the event
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Breakfast Partner: Feb 2019
£2,500+VAT

As breakfast partner, you can be the first brand that 300+ delegates engage with as they arrive at the conference.

  • Branded breakfast area: three pull-up stands in the breakfast room
  • 2 delegate passes
  • A full exhibition stand space (3m²)
  • Digital media branding: your logo appears on the event website, booking forms and reminder emails for the event
  • Print media branding: A half-page advert in the conference programme
  • Photo & Video Library: access professional photos and video of the event
Become Partner
Exhibitor Partner: Feb 2019
£1,500+VAT

If you’re just looking for access to the event and a space to hold meetings and showcase your services, our Exhibitor Partner package is perfect.

  • 2 delegate passes
  • A full exhibition stand (3m²)
  • Digital media branding: your logo appears on the event website, booking forms and reminder emails for the event
  • Print media branding: A full-page advert in the conference programme
  • Photo & Video Library: access professional photos and video of the event
Become Partner

Become a London Property Club Partner

To join us on the 8th February 2019, just click on the button below or email Keith Griffiths directly and we’ll get you booked in.

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London Property Club – February | Details

Details

Date:
February 8
Time:
0700hrs - 1230hrs
Cost:
£97 - £157
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Venue

The Royal Institution
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Our conference will connect you with construction, property and building industry professionals from both the public and private sectors – helping you build new relationships, discover exclusive regional insights into new developments and regeneration schemes, and help you reap the commercial benefits of being at the forefront of regional economic growth.

With over 70 conferences a year we’re supported by some of the leading organisations and businesses – with HS2 Ltd, West Yorkshire Combined Authority, Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority, Transport for London and Transport for the North just a few of those we’re working with to shape our event and conference agendas to ensure the regions key topics and aims are integrated into regional industry discussions.

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