West Midlands Development Plans 2017
June 21 @ 1530hrs - 1900hrs
West Midlands Development Plans 2017 | Event
West Midlands Development Plans 2017
Attend this event to hear the West Midlands Development Plans 2017 – Informing you are FOUR of the West Midlands leading development figures.
Join us at the Council House in Birmingham on Wednesday 21st June to hear the West Midlands 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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West Midlands Development Plans 2017 Event Format
- 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
- 1930 – 2200; After Event Speakers Dinner (VIP TICKET HOLDERS ONLY)
West Midlands Development Plans 2017 VIP Tickets
We have an exciting new opportunity for you – buy a VIP ticket to this event and come to dinner straight after the event with the speakers who have accepted an invitation, see below.
Great food, good wine and excellent conversation.
West Midlands Development Plans 2017 VIP Ticket Privileges
- FREE attendance at after-event Speakers Dinner
- Reserved seating in the front two rows at the event
- Guaranteed tickets even at Sold-Out events
- Only 15 VIP Tickets available at each event
- VIP Name Badge
- Fast-track registration queue
West Midlands Development Plans 2017 VIP Dinner Venue – Opus at Cornwall Street
Come to dinner and join:
- Nathan Cornish – Urban Splash
- Stephen Pratt – Godwin Developments
- Others to be confirmed
West Midlands Development Plans 2017 Speakers
Nathan’s responsible for all Urban Splash development in the Midlands and South West. He’s overseen some of the most iconic buildings in the UK – Fort Dunlop on the M6 and Rotunda slap bang in the centre of Birmingham – and is now masterminding Grade I Listed Royal William Yard in Plymouth.
Ian MacLeod, Assistant Director, Planning & Regeneration; Birmingham City Council
I have worked for Birmingham City Council for over 10 years having previously worked at West Sussex County Council and Havant Borough Council.
In my current role I have led the preparation of the Birmingham Development Plan which will deliver over 51,000 new homes, over 700,000 sq m of office development and over 300 hectares of industrial land in period up to 2031. This included leading work on the Green Belt review and associated evidence base which has resulted in the emerging allocations of 6,000 homes at the Langley Sustainable Urban Extension and 71 hectares at the Peddimore employment site. Alongside the BDP I have also led the work for the introduction of a Community Infrastructure Levy which has recently been adopted by the City Council and will become operational in January 2016.
I also lead work in relation to the Duty to Co-operate for the City Council. This involves Chairing the Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership (GBSLEP) Planning Sub-Group, leading work on the GBSLEP Spatial Plan and working with all authorities in the Birmingham Housing Market Area (HMA). The main focus of this work is to agree a solution to the housing shortfall of 38,000 homes arising from the City’s unmet housing need.
I also lead work on a number of key regeneration schemes including the Advanced Manufacturing Hub which has to date delivered over 600 jobs and £30million of private sector investment in one of the most deprived areas of the City.
Stephen Pratt, Development Director; Godwin Developments
Having co-founded Godwin Developments in 2003, Stephen is a development director with over 15 years’ experience in the property industry. Stephen is currently working on several large PRS schemes, retail parks, district centre developments and promoting residential and strategic land across the UK. To date Stephen has delivered various mixed use schemes with blue chip tenets in regional cities. Stephen has also provided his development management skills to various property funds on their development sites and property portfolios. His specialist field is identifying the new growth sectors in the UK property market with particular emphasis on maximising returns and minimising risk. A key role for Stephen at Godwin Developments is site acquisitions for the business. In 2017 Stephen will be delivering over 2m sq ft of development from conception to completion.