Mipim Editor’s Dinner: big issues on the menu

Jace Tyrrell and Harvey Soning

The need for developers to win back the public’s trust and speed up the planning process was a key topic for the industry figures who assembled for the Mipim Editor’s Dinner. The wide-ranging discussion also covered the challenge posed by flexible offices and online shopping, and the impact of Brexit.

At Mipim earlier this month, Property Week, James Andrew International and New West End Company brought together some property industry heavyweights to dissect the biggest talking points of the festival and wider market.

The Mipim Editor’s Dinner debate covered everything from the future of the high street to the evolution of office space, development and the toxicity of local planning departments.

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