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The Spring West London Property Lunch is just over two weeks away | Chair for our speaker panel announced!

The first West London Property Lunch of 2017 takes place at The Kia Oval in just over two weeks... Today, we reveal who will chair our panel discussion!
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Cricket & conversation at our first
West London Property Lunch of 2017!
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In just over two weeks, 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?"  

Our expert panel of speakers will also offer their views on the how Brexit/ pre-General Election environment is impacting the West London property landscape.  In addition to Mara Cummings, Senior Vice President of Global Real Estate Planning & Development at Discovery Communications LLC; we're pleased to reveal today that our chair for the panel on Friday 12 May will be Phil Brady, Executive Director at Good Relations.

Phil is a strategic communications consultant with over 20 years’ experience advising corporations, government and NGOs. He leads Good Relations' property marketing team where his focus is on helping to develop compelling narratives and communicate these to key stakeholder groups by the most effective channels. Phil's current clients include Berkeley Group, Redrow and Ballymore.
There are still more panellists to be announced as we build up to the property lunch, watch this space!

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