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West Midlands Development & Regeneration Plans 2017
November 30 @ 1530hrs - 1900hrs
West Midlands Development & Regeneration Plans 2017 | Event
Our next Birmingham conference follows our recent and very successful discussion around development plans in Birmingham.
Some reflection on this discussion will be inevitable but we have secured another formidable line up of speakers from different parts of the industry for you to hear from.
- Malcolm Lea is the Head of Development & Construction at Milligan Retail; Malcolm has overseen the Mailbox development for the last year and is currently leading on major retail developments in the UK.
- Eleanor Deeley is a Partner in Cushman & Wakefield’s Birmingham office; she will set the scene for these presentations with a presentation on the state of the market in the City and West Midlands, commenting on current and future development sites and also why Birmingham is being successful.
- Richard Probert is the Project Director for Snowhill who will update us on this scheme and others that Ballymore are looking at.
- Richard Norgrove is Property Director at Hortons Estates, a prolific Midlands developer with several active schemes.
- James Lazarus of the Canal & Rivers Trust will talk about the waterside schemes that he is working on in the Midlands.
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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
- 1930 – 2200; After Event Speakers Dinner (VIP TICKET HOLDERS ONLY)
Buy a VIP ticket to this event and come to dinner straight after the event with the speakers. Great food, good wine and excellent conversation.
VIP Ticket Privileges
- Attendance at Speakers Dinner
- Reserved seating in the front two rows at the event
- Guaranteed tickets at sold-out events
- Only 15 VIP tickets available at each event
- VIP Name Badges
- Maximum two VIP tickets per company
Dinner Venue – OPUS at Cornwall Street
Come to dinner and join:
- John Plumridge – Birmingham City University
- James Lazarus – Canal & River Trust
- Eleanor Deeley – Cushman & Wakefield
- Malcolm Lea – Milligan Retail
Malcolm Lea, Head of Development & Construction; Milligan Retail
Having previously worked as a consultant to Milligan in 2006, Malcolm has overall responsibility for the development and construction across all Milligan projects. He is also working with the new business team in helping to win new development projects.
Malcolm’s significant career in real estate spans over 30 years and includes the development of regional shopping centre County Mall, Crawley, the award winning “La Molazul residences,” 25 award winning luxury apartments in Mallorca, and the development of One Aldwych Hotel, London.
Malcolm has considerable experience in high quality commercial and residential property as well as the creation of equity funds and working with joint-venture partners and managing diverse investor relationships.
Eleanor Deeley, Partner; Cushman & Wakefield
Project Director and Development Manager of the commercial development at Snowhill in Birmingham.
Management of major sales and lettings across the Ballymore portfolio of commercial property in the UK.
Joined Hortons’ in 2008 and was appointed Property Director in 2009.
A Chartered Surveyor, prior to joining Hortons, Richard spent 12 years at Mountcity based in the Black Country.
James has 40 years experience in the property industry starting out in local house agency before moving to London and having spells working for Hillier Parker and Weatherall Green & Smith. In 1983, he joined a quoted conglomerate to run their property subsidiary English & Overseas Properties, which was floated in 1988. The business was sold in 1999 and James then set up and ran a development management business undertaking small speculative developments for high net worth individuals before joining British Waterways, the predecessor to Canal & River Trust in 2006. James lives in Hertfordshire and enjoys travel, skiing and golf and has recently taken up cycling. In the last four years he has completed four long distance cycle rides raising almost £30,000 for C&RT.