The City of London is predicted to accommodate an additional 20,000 jobs, up to 75,000, by 2026. How is the Square Mile gearing up for this growth?
oin leading property owners, developers and investors at The Guildhall on Friday 12 September for the Annual NLA City Conference in association with the City of London Corporation and City Property Association.
Senior representatives from the Corporation will discuss how planning policies are responding to the market; developers, agents and occupiers will look at the changing needs of business; while industry experts will discuss key projects to improve infrastructure provision.
Plus panel discussions with leading developers and occupiers on:
- Development Pipeline
- Future Tenant Mix
- Public Realm and Infrastructure improvements
- Heritage and Cultural strategy
A networking lunch in the Crypts will be followed by afternoon tours to key new developments and sites in the City.
Speakers include: Toggle
David Ledger, Chief Operating Officer, Aon UK Limited
Rob Samuel, Head of Office Development Management, British Land and President, City Property Association
Mark Boleat, Chairman of the Policy and Resources Committee, City of London Corporation
Sharon Ament, Director, Museum of London
Nigel Barker, Planning and conservation director - London, English Heritage
Peter Bennett, City Surveyor, City of London Corporation
Victor Callister, Assistant Director for Environmental Enhancement, City of London Corporation
Michael Cassidy, Chairman, City of London Cultural Hub Advisory Group
Mark Davy, Founder, Futurecity
Peter Heath, Design Director - Public Realm, Atkins
Sir Nicholas Kenyon, Managing Director,Barbican Centre
Jon Neale, Head of Research, JLL
Lucy Musgrave, Director, Publica
Stephen Nice, Director, Burns + Nice
Mat Oakley, Commercial Research Director,Savills
Ben Plowden, Director for Planning and Surface Transport, Transport for London
Sam Richards, Head of Urban Integration,Crossrail
Philip Tidd, Principal, Gensler
Peter Murray, Chairman, NLA (Chair)