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Scotland Development Plans 2017
June 15 @ 1530hrs - 1900hrs
Scotland Development Plans 2017 | Event
Attend this event to hear the Scotland Development Plans 2017 – Informing you are FIVE of Scotland’s leading development figures who will be discussing their plans.
Join us at the Trades Hall in Glasgow on Thursday 15th June to hear the Scotland Development Plans and network with peers from the Construction & Property Industry!
In attendance will be Architects, Surveyors, Engineers, Project Managers, Business Development Managers, Solicitors, Lawyers and many more Construction and Property Professionals.
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- 1530 – 1600; Registration
- 1600 – 1645; Networking with Wine, Beer and Soft Drinks
- 1645 – 1815; Speaker Presentations
- 1815 – 1900; Networking with Hot Food, Wine, Beer and Soft Drinks
Patrick Flynn, Head of Housing & Regeneration; Glasgow City Council
Patrick heads up Glasgow City Council’s Housing and Regeneration Services and is responsible for programmes such such as the award winning Laurieston Transformation Regeneration Area and the City’s housing strategy that aims to build 25,000 new properties in the city in the next decade with £700 million being invested by 2020.
Richard Jennings, Managing Director; Castle Rock Edinvar
John Hamilton, Chief Executive; Winchburgh Developments
The Winchburgh Development – a partnership between local landowners and project managers Sigma Capital – got underway today (16th July) heralding the creation of West Lothians sixth largest town and what is believed to be Scotlands largest urban renewal project. The £1bn fifteen year development will see 300 jobs sustained annually in construction and some 3450 new homes over time.
A community benefit clause agreed with developers will trigger a £1.27 million contribution towards West Lothian Council’s cost in extending Linlithgow Academy which was completed last year.
Barry White, Chief Executive; Scottish Futures Trust
As Chief Executive of SFT, Barry heads the leadership team in delivering its remit of improving value for money in infrastructure investment and asset management in Scotland. He was SFT’s first employee in May 2009 and has led the establishment and ongoing development of SFT. Previously the Managing Director of BAM PPP UK, the UK arm of a major European infrastructure investor and developer, Barry worked earlier as a Director at Skanska Infrastructure Development. Previous roles were at Partnerships UK and Morrison Construction, which he joined after serving in the Army. He graduated in civil engineering from Edinburgh University. Barry has wide experience of developing, procuring, delivering and financing projects across a range of sectors.
Eric Burnside, Director, Real Estate Finance; RBS
Eric is responsible for the East of Scotland real estate finance operation, with teams in Edinburgh, Dundee and Aberdeen. RBS is a leading UK bank in real estate finance and is active across all sectors with commitments to clients exceeding £24bn, Clients range from the largest institutional funds active in retail, industrial , office investment and development as well as residential developers and PRS investors.