The first Movers & Shakers event of 2017 featured the first-ever 20/20 presentations covering 20 slides with 20 seconds for each.
Ten leading names from across the property sector including Keith Breslauer (Patron Capital), Nicolas Guerin (Linkcity) and David Wong (Lee Baron) talk about their highs and lows of the past year and preview what will be big news in 2017.
Director of Crossrail Karen Campbell discusses the progress of the programme so far and what the final plans are both for commercial and residential developments.
Michela Hancock, Development Director at Greystar discusses how Greystar is transferring the US multi-family model into the PRS model in the UK having presented in the ‘From Talk to Walk: Build To Rent in Action - The Operational Imperatives!’ session at RESI 2016.
After his appearance on the ‘London Conundrum’ panel at RESI 2016, Tony Pidgley CBE talks stamp duty, post-Brexit opportunity, skills shortage, public land and affordable housing.
Property Week speaks to GVA’s Jerry Freeman at the latest Movers and Shakers’ London Residential Breakfast as he profiles the highlights of talks from leading speakers Mike Slade (chairman, Helical plc), Richard Upton (deputy chief executive, U+I) and David Partridge (managing partner, Argent).
London’s deputy mayor for housing James Murray speaks to the BBC’s Mark Easton at RESI 2016 about the strategic target of 50% of all new homes being affordable and his ambitious plans in order to make this happen.
Speaking at RESI 2016 Cain Hoy’s Jonathan Goldstein and Galliard Homes’ Stephen Conway talk about their joint venture, affordable housing and stamp duty as part of the session on ‘Diversity of Approach in Housing the Nation’.
Shoe retailer Clarks has appointed agents at Harper Dennis Hobbs to conduct a review and modernisation of its property portfolio.
CBRE has poached City investment agents Richard Garside and James Hiatt from BNP Paribas Real Estate as part of the expansion of its London capital markets team.