Conference to set out regeneration and development opportunities and major plans across Greater London Posted on: October 31st, 2019 Posted by: Nathan Spencer Categories: London Prominent business leaders within the construction and property industry will come together for the London Property Club next week – a bi-monthly gathering of the biggest names and firms from the industry. The event, hosted by Built Environment Networking, will see some of the city’s leading civic and business leaders discuss the major topics, challenges and opportunities, alongside presentations about their future development and regeneration plans which are set to transform Greater London. Speakers include: Bank of England Argent City & Docklands London Borough of Ealing Countryside Properties Quintain London Borough of Brent Greystar The conference will provide an opportunity for those within the industry to gain insight on projects likely to take place within the capital and learn from experts on the ever-changing industry landscape, whilst also giving a platform to debate and discuss the issues at the top of the economic and regional agenda. Gary Sacks, Chairman and CEO at City & Docklands, said: “We’re looking forward to being part of this event which brings key stakeholders and business leaders together to discuss the important issues facing future development and regeneration today. We welcome a productive conversation on how to overcome challenges and create opportunities by working together to deliver much needed housing and create places where people want to be, that stand the test of time.” Amanda Coupland, Director at Built Environment Networking, said: “The London Property Club is a bi-monthly event which launched this year, and we’re delighted to continue to see it grow in strength each month in terms of both attendee numbers and the exceptional quality of speakers. July is set to be a bumper conference, one which will bring together the key firms and decision makers from across the built environment industry to drive new investment, development and economic growth across London.” For more information or to book tickets to the event on the 8th November please visit: www.built-environment-networking.com and for media enquiries please contact Nathan Spencer on firstname.lastname@example.org.