The next Sitematch London event will take place on 10 February 2016 at Altitude
Sitematch London events put developers and occupiers in touch with councils and landowners.
Venue details: Altitude, Millbank Tower, Skyloft – 28th FLoor, 21 – 24 Millbank, London, SW1P 4QP
Sitematch London events work in a “speed dating” format, featuring a desk for each participating local authority and public sector landowner, staffed by a senior member of the regeneration, development or planning team alongside an advisor appointed by Sitematch London.
Developers pre-book 15-minute meetings with councils or public sector landowners to discuss the sites in which they are most interested. Each developer can book up to five meetings at the event. Each council and public sector body has 12 meeting slots during the day, which will be allocated to developers on a first come, first served basis. Meetings are booked either through each site’s description page or through the booking page for each council or public sector landowner.
Places are limited: to secure yours contact Sophie Gosling on 020 7978 6840, or email Sophie@3foxinternational.com.
For sponsorship opportunities contact Paul Gussar by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event is free for public sector landowners. If that is you, secure your place by contacting Huub Nieuwstadt on 020 7978 6840 or email@example.com.
8.00– Registration opens for breakfast guests
Public sector breakfast (invite only): A chance for local authority officers to network and catch up with peers
9.00 – Registration for all guests opens
9.25 – Opening speech – Tony Pidgley, group chairman, Berkeley Group
9.40 – Session 1
10.00 – Session 2
10.20 – Session 3
10.40 – Session 4
11.00 – Break
11.20 – Session 5
11.40 – Session 6
12.00 – Session 7
12.20 – Session 8
12.40 – Lunch
14.00 – Session 9
14.20 – Session 10
14.40 – Session 11
15.00 – Session 12
15.20 – Closing speech – Ric Blakeway, deputy mayor, Greater London Authority
15.30 – Sitematch Awards and drinks reception 16.30 – Event close
09.40: Sutton – London’s next opportunity
11.20: Revitalizing the high streets (Nigel Riley, director, Citi Centric and Jonathan Bower, partner, Bond Dickinson)
13.10: Sutton – London’s next opportunity
14.10: Housing update (Pat Hayes, executive director of regeneration and housing, London Borough of Housing)
Following an initial meeting at Sitematch London, the regeneration of Hounslow town centre has moved a step closer with planning permission granted for the High Street Quarter, a scheme by Barratt London and Wilson Bowden.
To meet Hounslow Council and learn of more development opportunities at the next Sitematch London on 10 February, contact Sophie Gosling.