CREATING CONNECTIONS... GENERATING OPPORTUNITIES

13
Sep
2019

The Changing Development Agenda

Design | People | Technology

Time: 7:30am prompt - 9:45am finish (Networking Cafe 9.45am - 10.30am)
Venue:  Royal Lancaster London (Westbourne Suite), Lancaster Terrace, London, W2 2TY
Tel: 020 7551 6000

EVENT SPEAKERS INCLUDE

20:20 Market Bytes: 'London 3.0' - Pat Brown - Central

Craig White

Director of Content

U+I

Craig joined U+I in 2019 to oversee content, with a focus on helping to bring our sites to life through localised opportunities and community-led projects. Prior to joining U+I, from 2014 onwards, he led the Retail division at Argent, directing and managing the leasing of 500,000 sq. ft. of retail, restaurant and leisure space across the King’s Cross scheme, hand picking brands and operators, with a special focus on the Coal Drops Yard project. Prior to King’s Cross, from 2008, Craig was responsible for strategic retail business development at The Crown Estate for both its Regent Street & St James's Portfolios.

Debbie Jackson

Interim Executive Director - Development, Enterprise and Environment

Greater London Authority

Debbie is the Interim Executive Director for Development, Enterprise and Environment at the Greater London Authority. The Department plays a leading role in delivering the Mayor’s Good Growth agenda for the Mayor through the planning, regeneration and economic development, transport, environment, skills, growth and infrastructure and European funding functions. Debbie is also the Senior Responsible Owner for the London Economic Action Partnership, London’s Local Enterprise Partnership. Formerly Debbie was the Assistant Director for Regeneration and Economic Development at the GLA, responsible for delivering innovative programmes for social and physical infrastructure, London’s skill base and London’s civic economy, the Economic Development, Food and Local Industrial Strategies and the Mayor’s work to support businesses and an economy that works for all Londoners. Debbie has worked in London's public sector – formerly Westminster and Lambeth local authorities and the London Development Agency – for 21 years.

David Atkins

Chief Executive

Hammerson

David Atkins has been Chief Executive of Hammerson since 2009. A Chartered Surveyor, he joined the Company in 1998 from international property adviser DTZ (now Cushman & Wakefield). He became an Executive Director of Hammerson in January 2007. He is a Non-Executive Director of Whitbread Group Plc, a past President of Revo (formerly BCSC), a Director and Trustee of the Reading Real Estate Foundation, a member of the British Property Federation Policy Committee and former Chairman of the European Public Real Estate Association (EPRA).

Hammerson create vibrant, continually evolving spaces, in and around thriving European cities, with a focus on flagship retail destinations and premium outlets.  As of 31st  December 2018, our portfolio of high-quality venues had a value of £9.9 billion and includes 21 flagship destinations, 13 convenient retail parks and investments in 20 premium outlet villages, through our partnership with Value Retail and the VIA Outlets joint venture. Key retail venues include, Bullring & Grand Central, Birmingham; Bicester Village, Oxfordshire; Freeport Lisboa Fashion Outlet, Lisbon; Dundrum Town Centre, Dublin; and Les Terrasses du Port, Marseille. We manage over 2,000 brand relationships and during trading hours, over 80,000 people visit our shopping centres hourly across our flagship destinations in the UK, France & Ireland.

Graeme Craig

Director of Commercial Development

Transport for London

Graeme joined TfL from Capita in 2004, initially to run the London Congestion Charging scheme. Since 2012, Graeme has been responsible for commercialising TfL’s asset base across the capital. This means Graeme manages one of the largest and most valuable property portfolios in London. TfL owns 5,700 acres of land and has over 400 development opportunities. TfL operates from 435 stations, and has 1,000 retail units and 61 car parks. Alongside property, Graeme is responsible for TfL’s advertising estate and sponsorship contacts, both the largest of their type in the world.

Savannah de Savary

Founder and CEO

Built-ID

Savannah de Savary is the Founder and CEO of Built-ID. After graduating from the University of Oxford in 2013, Savannah joined Thor Equities, where she managed NYC real estate development projects. In June 2015 she founded Built-ID, a proptech platform that showcases the built environment projects of today and transforms community engagement to better shape the projects of tomorrow. Savannah won “Young Entrepreneur of the Year” at the Property Awards and was voted Property Week’s ‘Power 100: Top 20 Ones to Watch’ and one of the Top 20 Proptech influencers in a poll by the UK Proptech Association. She is also a regular columnist for Property Week. Built-ID enables property developers to invest in communities, not just their bricks and mortar. Through a digital platform, residents can influence the built environment projects that matter to them, and be rewarded for their engagement with real donations to local charities within their community.

Craig White

Director of Content

U+I

Debbie Jackson

Interim Executive Director - Development, Enterprise and Environment

Greater London Authority

David Atkins

Chief Executive

Hammerson

Graeme Craig

Director of Commercial Development

Transport for London

Savannah de Savary

Founder and CEO

Built-ID

Chairperson: Pat Brown - Central

EVENT INFORMATION

This Annual Development breakfast is about PEOPLE – developing for the future; the challenges and opportunities of a growing and aging demography; focusing on better social outcomes, inclusivity and individual well-being. It is about DESIGN, and how quality design is paramount to quality of life; along with first-class place-making and sustainability. It is also about TECHNOLOGY and how the latest innovations are driving major change at all levels in developing the future of London – from huge regeneration schemes to the individual building and person.

Today’s unpredictable political landscape, ever-changing technology and innovation, unprecedented growth and concomitant social challenges, are all contributors to a changing London. The development marketplace has transformed. So, how are developers evolving and what are they doing differently? Where does London currently sit on the world stage? Which sectors are the better prospects for developers / investors?

We have a superb line up, including key developers and public sector leaders. They will discuss the importance of private and public sector collaboration. We will also look at the place of technology in the pre-development phase, as well during and post development.

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Pricing

Additional / Trial Attendees:

£69.50 + VAT = £83.40 / Person

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

7.30am - Registration and Pre-breakfast coffee & networking

7.50am - Guests seated and Full English plated breakfast served

Speaker panel session

Q&A's from the audience

9.45am - Formal proceedings end

Additional networking until 10.30am

MORE INFORMATION

Contact for more information: 01753 847619 or Julia.horsley@moversandshakers.uk.com
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