LREF 22: on-demand

Please see the recordings from Frobisher Auditorium 2 for the Conference Day of the London Real Estate Forum 2022 below.

Frobisher Auditorium 2

Greater Manchester: Enabling agents of change in our cities

In association with Trowers & Hamlins
This session explored how a multi-faceted approach to community-based place-making across Greater Manchester is enabling the city region to reach net-zero targets.

  • Steve Connor, Creative Concern (Chair)
    Becca Heron, Manchester City Council
    John Searle, Salford City Council
    Vernon Everitt, Greater Manchester
    Stephen O'Malley, Civic Engineers
    May Molteno, Trilogy
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Brent Cross Town

In association with Related Argent and Barnet Council
With demand for space at Brent Cross Town so high, what are the esssentials needed to build a new town?

  • Sadie Morgan OBE, dRMM and Quality of Life Foundation (Chair)
    Matt Flood, Brent Cross Town
    Fiona Scott, Gort Scott
    Cath Shaw, Barnet Council
    Tom Goodall, Argent and Related Argent
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West Midlands

This session explored where these strengths are and how demand and the drive for innovation-led real estate development is opening up opportunities for investment and collaboration.

  • Tim Moonen, The Business of Cities (Chair)
    Nick Walkley, Avison Young
    Rob Valentine, Bruntwood
    Zoe Davidson, Deloitte
    Chris Sood-Nicholls, Lloyds Banking
    Mike Wright, West Midlands Innovation Board
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The City as a Destination

This session explored how the City will evolve in terms of its buildings and place, and how it can respond to the changing needs of businesses and expectation of its workers, putting sustainability, inclusivity and wellbeing at its heart.

  • Susan Freeman, Mischon de Reya (Chair)
    Shravan Joshi MBE, City of London
    Ruth Duston, Primera
    Alice Keown, British Land
    Mareike Langkitsch, Fletcher Priest Architect
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The future of the high street

We discussed opportunities and challenges in Inner and Outer London town centres and shine a light on innovative ideas that could ignite our high streets now and in the future streets and town centres?

  • Rumi Bose, GLA (Chair)
    Ruchi Chakravarty, Westminster City Council
    Andrew McVicker, Pragma
    Sophie Beagles, Ealing
    Dee Corsi, NWEC
    James Scroggs, New Working Class
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