Next Friday, the 2017 West London Property Lunch series begins with our first gathering at the spectacular Kia Oval - the home of Surrey County Cricket Club and an afternoon of networking & discussion.
Attracting 70+ guests,the afternoon will begin with a drinks reception, followed by a three-course lunch in a stunning setting. We'll be asking our guests and expert panel the question: "Post-Article 50 what are the unique strengths of West London that will drive future growth in employment and commercial occupiers?"
With our panel already including Mara Cummings, Senior Vice President of Global Real Estate Planning & Development at Discovery Communications LLC and Phil Brady, Executive Director at Good Relations we are delighted to announce that we will also be joined by Max Farrell, Partner at Farrells, London.
ABOUT MAX FARRELL
Max is Partner at Farrells with responsibility for strategic planning and communications. His role includes liaison with local and national government on high speed rail and aviation strategy including proposals for a new transport ‘super hub’ at Old Oak Common where HS2 meets Crossrail. Other projects in West London include the Earls Court masterplan for CapCo and the 700 unit scheme under construction at Lots Road power station.
With only one week to go, time is running out to book, so secure your place ASAP!
Member Rate: £75 + VAT*
Non-Member Rate: £95 + VAT
* If you are a member of West London Business, please use the Promotional Code MEMBDISCOUNT when you register to trigger the discount. Only WLB members are eligible to use this code.
Join Borough Leaders Cllr Julian Bell and Cllr Steve Curran for a full update on developments taking place across Ealing and Hounslow, at NLA’s West London ‘on location’ this June.
With three Housing Zones, new Crossrail stations and the expansion of Heathrow, this area is set for change. Bringing together key stakeholders, we will explore the opportunities for growth across Acton, Brentford, Ealing, Southall, Feltham and Hounslow Town Centre, including Berkeley’s large-scale redevelopment at Southall Waterside and the emerging masterplan for the iconic Golden Mile.
A morning conference will be followed by a networking lunch, and afternoon tours of major development sites led by senior council representatives, with contributions from developers and masterplanners.
Study Tours (choice of one of the below):
Southall - Tour A
Led by Carol Sam, Regeneration Manager, and Aimee Freebody, Project Officer, LB Ealing Explore how this town centre is evolving prior to the arrival of Crossrail, with Housing Zone status and Berkeley’s large-scalerenewal of the old gasworks at Southall Waterside.
South Acton - Tour B Led by David Colley, Regeneration Manager, LB Ealing Lauded as an exemplar scheme for estate regeneration, visit the South Acton estate halfway through its comprehensive regeneration project, with schemes designed by HTA, Alison Brooks, Stitch, Maccreanor Lavington, PCKO Architects and Levitt Bernstein.
Brentford - Tour C Led by Brendon Walsh, Executive Director Regeneration, Economic Development & Environment, LB Hounslow Visit major schemes taking place in Brentford, including the Sky Campus, Brentford Community Stadium, Brentford High Street and Brentford East, underpinned by an emerging masterplan for the iconic Golden Mile.
Non-NLA members: £299 + VAT
WLB Members: Use the discount code NLA00L17 to secure a 25% discount - reducing the price of the ticket to £224.25 + VAT.
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