At last month’s Mipim conference in Cannes, where ESG issues were a central theme, partners in Property Week’sClimate Crisis Challenge came together to discuss the next step in the campaign to boost the industry’s sustainability credentials.
Developer plans to add more London projects to the two it has under way and is also looking beyond the capital.
Impact of Ukraine conflict among the key issues debated at first full-scale gathering in spring time since 2019.
Nicolas Kozubek has been named as director of Mipim, taking over from managing director Ronan Vaspart.
Mipim’s organisers have said “over 20,000 registered delegates” have signed up as the annual property event returns to its usual spring slot for the first time since 2019.
Property Week asks what challenges UK property agencies face when trying to establish a presence in overseas markets.
Friday 11 March: Hunkered in GBH bunker, aiding Operation Purify. Mipim? Not going now, don’t care! I’m chalking up house points as a member of Operation Purify, trusted employees scouring The Stain of Putin from GBH.
Moscow City Government will no longer have a stand at this year’s Mipim and Russian exhibitors will not be allowed at this year’s conference, the event’s organisers have confirmed.
Mipim’s organisers have said that the event is “on track for 17,000 delegates” as the annual property jamboree returns to its regular March slot for the first time since 2019.
The UK government has committed to a strong turnout at Mipim 2022, with UK and European cities poised to return to the famous real estate event en masse, according to the event organiser.