The UK residential sector gathered to recognise the achievements of individuals, teams and companies last week at Property Week’s RESI Awards 2023.

Resi Awards 23

The event, which took place at the Grosvenor House hotel in London on 10 May, saw 19 winners crowned on the night.

Almost 1,300 people attended the sell-out black-tie event, which was opened by Property Week’s head of content Stephanie Denton.

The event raised more than £6,800 for homelessness charity The Foyer Federation.

Before the ceremony began, Joel Lewis, chief executive of the charity, discussed the importance of supporting young people facing homelessness.

He was joined by Rianne Benjamin, who experienced homelessness at a young age but was able to find accommodation and support with the help of The Foyer Federation.

The evening’s host, comedian and Britain’s Got Talent 2022 winner Axel Blake, entertained the guests before kicking off the awards presentation, with winners being played on to the stage by live band The AlleyCatz.

Read on to discover who picked up the prestigious prizes…

Asset manager:


Castle Park View, Bristol

Sponsored by Innesco

Winner: M&G Real Estate

M&G Real Estate took a big leap forward in the resi space in 2022 by securing a number of key developments.

As well as delivering strong financial results and completing a milestone of building more than 3,000 homes, M&G partnered with Birchgrove, a specialist retirement rental operator, to acquire its existing assets and secure exclusivity on its pipeline.

But what caught the judges’ attention was the acquisition of Greencore, a climate-positive housebuilder producing climate-positive homes. “It showed strong commitment to the sector,” said one judge.

Castle Park View, an award-winning scheme in Bristol with strong ESG credentials, reached stabilisation in four months – well ahead of the original underwriting of 15 months. The scheme, which is currently 99% occupied, won plaudits for meeting diverse interests and needs.


  • Abodus Student Living
  • Dandara Living
  • LGIM
  • Long Harbour
  • LSL: The PX/SO Hub
  • PfP Capital
  • Realstar Group

Climate crisis initiative:

Greencore Constructions (Winner)

Greencore Homes

Sponsored by chapmanbdsp

Winner: Greencore Homes

A designer and builder of high-performance sustainable homes, Greencore Homes has demonstrated that it can develop houses that lock up more carbon than they emit and also generate more energy than they use.

The firm has been praised for applying new ways of thinking to create sustainable homes for the future. With the rising cost of living, the need for highly insulated and sustainable developments will be in further demand.

Greencore expects to build a minimum of 1,000 homes over the next five years and, by 2040, plans to have completed more than 10,000 homes that achieve zero embodied carbon and net zero energy in use standards. These homes use renewable energy and minimise the use of cement, steel and other high-energy materials.

The firm is setting up multiple local factories and a training academy to teach apprentices. The judges said: “Greencore is applying new ways of thinking and really pushing all aspects to create sustainable homes for the future.”


  • Atelier
  • Energy House – Barratt Developments, University of Salford, Saint-Gobain and Bellway
  • Berkeley Group
  • Blueprint Regeneration
  • Etopia
  • Keyland Developments
  • Mount Anvil
  • Octopus Real Estate
  • Quintain
  • Sero
  • Thakeham Group
  • WindsorPatania Architects
  • Zero Developments London

Consultancy practice of the year:

Lichfields (Winner)


Sponsored by Locale Group

Winner: Lichfields

In its 60th year, Lichfields continued to deliver insight and added value to clients, especially around land banking.

New ideas and innovations introduced in 2022 included research into the implications of nutrient-neutrality requirements on housing delivery, which had brought delivery of more than 100,000 homes to a halt.

Lichfields undertook research into the appropriateness of the underlying calculator used by the government to assess nutrient neutrality instead of the mitigation options. This work supported the Home Builders Federation and a housebuilder consortium and was further developed following December’s Written Ministerial Statement.

The firm said its commentary and research is reflected in the references made to it in property press, national newspapers and media, House of Commons Library papers and Parliamentary debates.

Judges described Lichfields’ submission as having “a number of impressive projects and workstreams that support its clients and the industry, all at the leading edge of housing delivery and at scale.”


  • chapmanbdsp
  • Conductor
  • Cortland Consult
  • Hive Land & Planning
  • M-EC Development Technical Consultants
  • Pride Consulting IMS
  • Rapleys
  • Regency Grove Consultants
  • Rendall & Rittner
  • SAY Property Consulting
  • Stubbings Property Marketing
  • TODD Architects

Deal of the year – residential:

Countryside Partnerships (Winner)

Countryside Partnerships

Sponsored by POD Management

Winner: Develop Warwickshire – Countryside Partnerships, WPDG and WCC

Develop Warwickshire is a joint venture between Countryside Partnerships, Warwickshire County Council and Warwickshire Property and Development Group. It plans to commit £2.5bn to create thousands of new homes and new jobs and will bring forward 1,800 new homes this year alone.

Countryside Partnerships promised that all homes created by Develop Warwickshire would be built using modern methods of construction at one of the firm’s modular factories.

Councillor Peter Butlin, deputy leader of Warwickshire County Council and portfolio holder for finance and property, said working with Countryside Partnerships over a longer period enabled it to take “a more strategic approach” and enabled it to “maximise investment and efficiency in delivering developments”.

The judges said it was an “interesting deal with long-term benefit for the county and the delivery of sustainable homes” that “exemplifies scale and ambition” while reducing the carbon emissions of new homes.


  • Canada Water masterplan – British Land and AustralianSuper
  • One Eastside – Court Collaboration and Pension Insurance Corporation
  • Exmouth Junction – Eutopia Homes
  • Grafton Way, Ipswich – Galliard Homes
  • Elephant & Castle financing – Starwood Capital and Get Living
  • The Stockport Interchange – Gresham House
  • Victoria Way.Greenwich Peninsula, HAMMERED
  • Acquisition of Knight Frank’s Birmingham lettings portfolio – FleetMilne
  • The Mall, Walthamstow – Long Harbour
  • Packaged Living and USAA Real Estate joint venture
  • Edinburgh project – PLATFORM_
  • One Nine Elms – Precede Capital Partners
  • Coronation Square – Sage Homes and Taylor Wimpey
  • DJ Alexander acquisition – The Lomond Group

Development of the year:

Battersea Power Station (Winner)

Battersea Power Station

Sponsored by JLL

Winner: Battersea Power Station

Highly commended: Twickenham Station Redevelopment – Solum (Kier Property and Network Rail JV)

Forty years after the lights were switched off, grade II-listed Battersea Power Station has been transformed from a derelict shell into a unique, mixed-use riverside destination with 254 apartments, 565,000 sq ft of office space, and more than 100 shops, bars and restaurants.

Strong buyer demand has seen more than £480m in sales in 2022 alongside the completion of £1.1bn of apartments, of which more than 90% are now sold.

In 2018, the development began sourcing all electricity from renewable sources to reduce the project’s eco-footprint, and since January 2020 all construction operations have been net zero. To date, the development has created an estimated 20,000 jobs.

The judges described it as an iconic, stand-out scheme. “It was highly complex, economically challenging and risky but the end result is a great example of placemaking in the real sense,” one said.


  • Rowanbank Gardens, Edinburgh – Artisan Real Estate
  • South Quay Plaza – Berkeley Group
  • Portlands Place – Get Living
  • Goodluck Hope – Ballymore
  • Gilders Yard – Grainger
  • Barking Riverside – L&Q
  • Solasta Riverside – LGIM
  • The Mercian – Moda Living
  • London Dock – Patel Taylor and St George City
  • Madison – Quintain Living
  • Middlewood Locks – Scarborough Group International

Financier of the year:

HSBC UK (Winner)


Sponsored by Foyer Federation

Winner: HSBC UK

In 2022, HSBC UK supported the residential sector through a series of high-profile, industry-leading transactions across a range of housing types and tenures including green, sustainability-linked and social loans.

Deals included acting as the sole underwriter, corporate broker and financial adviser on Vistry’s £1.3bn cash-and-share offer to acquire Countryside Partnerships.

Its record during the year also included what the judges described as “impressive, large and fairly innovative lending into private and social sectors”. This will include a four-year green debt facility to Legal & General to fund 1,000 homes, of which 35% will be affordable. The bank is also supporting social housing, providing a sustainability-linked bond.

The judges said it was a “strong performance from HSBC” and it led the way on “sustainable financing and green deals”.


  • Aldermore Bank
  • ASK Partners
  • Atelier
  • Barclays Bank
  • Housing Growth Partnership
  • Investec Real Estate
  • LendInvest
  • Lloyds Banking Group
  • MSP Capital
  • NatWest
  • Octopus Real Estate
  • Paragon Bank
  • Precede Capital Partners
  • TAB

Health and wellbeing initiative:

Moda Living (WInner)

Moda Living

Sponsored by Greenstone Property Developments

Winner: Moda Living

Build-to-rent specialist Moda Living says its brand purpose is to create the healthiest and happiest communities. To help achieve its aims, it uses accreditation systems such as healthy-building-certification platform Fitwel, which gave Moda a three-star accreditation, to guide its processes.

Initiatives at its developments include a 200m rooftop running track at one site as well as access to Peloton fitness bikes in its neighbourhood gyms.

It has partnered with wellbeing service providers such as mental health expert MYNDUP to provide expert consultation services on a range of wellness subjects, as well as teaming up with LloydsPharmacy’s VideoGP service to allow residents to access free GP appointments on their phones.

The judges said: “Moda Living is putting the health and wellbeing of its residents at the heart of its strategy. The partnership with Fitwel has clearly been a great success and enabled the company to elevate its position as a leader in this space.”


  • Fresh
  • FutureLets Coventry University
  • Londonist DMC
  • ONE Engage
  • Places for People
  • Redrow
  • Sotero
  • VervLife
  • Way of Life

Landlord of the year (private and social):

Grainger (Winner)


Sponsored by NHBC

Winner: Grainger

Highly commended: National Housing Group

Grainger won praise from the judges for delivering 98% occupancy and rent collection in challenging economic times. Much of this performance was achieved by “pushing constant innovation through real-time data capture to inform products and services,” said the judges.

The firm has also made good progress on tackling its direct and indirect carbon emissions. “Supporting residents in reducing carbon and saving on energy bills is a good example of how a professional landlord can improve the rental sector,” said the judges.

The judges said the firm scored well across a range of metrics. “It delivered a significant number of units and committed a significant amount of resources,” they said. “It scored highly among its residents and has shown it really cares about the feedback and also data collection to get a better understanding of its residents.”


  • Bricklane
  • M&G Investments
  • McComb Property Co
  • Simple Life Homes (Sigma Capital)

Large developer of the year:

Moda Living (Winner)

Moda Living

Sponsored by Keon Homes

Winner: Moda Living

A major priority for Moda Living in 2022 has been diversifying its portfolio of rental products.

Having launched a co-living arm and single-family homes brand, Casa by Moda, the build-to-rent specialist is delivering neighbourhoods in a range of areas and at different price points to meet the need for high-quality rental homes. This expansion was matched with the growth of the Moda team from 100 to 160.

Three new BTR neighbourhoods totalling 1,472 homes were delivered and opened on time in Edinburgh, Birmingham and Leeds. Construction continued on active pipeline sites worth a combined £1.5bn and two major new sites were secured, including a 1,200-home masterplan in Edinburgh. Moda also launched a new ESG programme, Next Generation Futures, in 2022 alongside its first full annual ESG report.

“It has a continued commitment to sustained impact and doing the right thing across a range of areas,” said judges.


  • Berkeley Group
  • Greenwich Millennium Village – Countryside Partnerships and Taylor Wimpey Central London
  • Packaged Living
  • Redrow

Later living operator of the year:

Retirement Villages Group (Winner)

Retirement Villages Group

Sponsored by Beaufort Capital

Winner: Retirement Villages Group

Highly commended: Birchgrove

Developer and later living operator Retirement Villages Group (RVG), launched in 1981 and acquired by AXA IM Alts in 2017, says it is committed to driving change, from becoming a market leader in sustainability to focusing on working collaboratively with residents.

In 2021, the firm revealed plans to deliver more than 5,000 homes across 40 new sites in the next 15 years, based on a strategy of clarity of its vision, understanding of clients, intelligent design and sustainability.

RVG launched a resident survey in 2022, utilising its feedback to make tangible improvements to its villages, and commissioned research into the value of unpaid services provided by UK retirees.

Research feedback is also informing development of future communities. For example, at a newly acquired site at Tunbridge Wells, a scheme has been designed to be integrated with the local community and play an important role in the regeneration of the town centre.

The approach helped the development secure planning permission at the end of 2022.

In the same year, RVG became the first later living developer to use the Net Zero Carbon Buildings Framework definition, using it at its West Byfleet development.


  • Anchor
  • Auriens Group
  • Housing 21
  • Places for People
  • Riverstone

Legal/professional team of the year:

Bioregional (winner)


Sponsored by SAY Property Consulting

Winner: Bioregional

Sustainability consultants Bioregional experienced a year of rapid growth in 2022, with demand high from developers looking for support in designing sustainable homes and communities.

It also advised local authorities on their responses to the climate and ecological emergency, developing a scalable model for retrofitting in energy-inefficient social housing.

Bioregional’s projects included supporting Landsec to redevelop Lewisham Shopping Centre, working with mixed-use developer Socius on Bristol’s first net zero carbon later living community and working on the detailed design stage of MK Gateway, Milton Keynes.

Bioregional also provided sustainability support to master developer Summix, working on three large-scale developments in Oxfordshire, Worcester and the West Midlands.

Socius said that Bioregional “really knows how to challenge us” and at enhancing environmental performance “as much as possible”.

The judges described Bioregional as “a company that appears to be creating impact beyond the sector”.


  • Addleshaw Goddard
  • Brethertons Solicitors
  • Cripps
  • DAC Beachcroft
  • Foot Anstey
  • Forsters
  • Freeths
  • Howe Chartered Surveyors
  • Lichfields
  • Lodders Solicitors
  • Pride Consulting IMS
  • Risk Averse Surveyors
  • Shakespeare Martineau
  • Shoosmiths

Newcomer award:

RESI 2023 Newcomer award

Hive Homes

Sponsored by Allied Property Investments

Winner: Hive Homes

Highly commended: Moda Living

Hive Homes is a profit-for-purpose developer, funded by 10 Greater Manchester-based housing registered providers and the Greater Manchester Combined Authority that works collaboratively with public-sector partners to create new development opportunities.

All profits are ringfenced and recycled into delivering additional affordable housing by the developer’s investors.

The firm has a pipeline of approximately 800 new homes across 10 locations, working in partnership with five councils in the Greater Manchester region and Homes England.

In Wigan, Hive has submitted a 100-unit scheme for planning, and in Bury it is the local council’s ‘partner of choice’ to help unlock two of the borough’s most significant housing schemes.

Judges praised Hive Homes for delivering affordable entry-level homes and said its entry was “stacked with innovative ways of partnership working [and] community payback”.


  • Citra Living
  • Conductor CX
  • Ecotek Homes
  • Etopia
  • Keon Homes
  • Kettel Homes
  • Lomond Group
  • LoopLiv
  • Northstone
  • Odevo
  • Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield, PSP Investments and QuadReal Property Group
  • YTL Developments

Property Manager of the year:

Dandara Living (Winner)

Dandara Living

Sponsored by Adiuvo

Winner: Dandara Living

Founded in 1987, the Dandara Group is a privately owned developer with a portfolio spanning residential and commercial sectors. It has developed and delivered more than 23,000 homes and 1.75m sq ft of commercial and retail space.

Dandara entered the build-to-rent (BTR) sector in 2015 with the launch of Dandara Living, and is on course to become one of the largest developers and operators of BTR homes in the UK with around 2,700 units currently under management. On-site property management teams include lettings, housekeeping, multi-trade technicians and qualified engineers.

The firm has made a substantial investment in Quooda, an end-to-end property risk, compliance and safety management platform that went live in December 2022.

Its management score on the resident review platform HomeViews was 4.92 out of 5.00, far exceeding the industry benchmark of 4.41.

The judges said of Dandara: “Its focus on health and safety of both its staff and residents was apparent via its investment in Quooda.”

They were also impressed by the firm’s “stats on speed of responding to reported issues”.


  • Abodus Student Living
  • Apo
  • Encore
  • Fresh
  • POD Management
  • Premier Estates
  • Quintain Living
  • Rendall & Rittner
  • Rhodium
  • Touchstone
  • urbanbubble
  • Way of Life

PRS deal of the year:

Long Harbour (Winner)

Long Harbour

Sponsored by Lomond Group

Winner: The Mall, Walthamstow – Long Harbour

Developer Long Harbour marked the first deal in its £1.5bn build-to-rent (BTR) joint venture with PSP Investments and Cadillac Fairview with development of The Mall, Walthamstow. Work onsite commenced in 2022 with the scheme expected to complete in 2025, providing 495 residential units and contributing to the regeneration of the wider area.

The development will use modern methods of construction and consist of 495 one- and two-bedroom apartments within two towers of 34 and 27 storeys. The towers will be connected by a ground-floor entrance and amenity space that includes a reception with dedicated concierge, a lounge area, and ground-floor café.

Long Harbour is working alongside modular specialist developer Tide Construction using its Vision modular system. Tide says the Vision system allows it to complete developments faster, safer and more sustainably than using traditional methods of construction. Tide estimates that its construction processes can cut carbon emissions by up to 45%.


  • Starwood Capital - Elephant & Castle financing, Get Living
  • Colliers | Grainger plc forward funds Oxford’s first BTR scheme
  • Letta managed by Redwing
  • Single family rental platform, Aviva Investors, Packaged Living
  • Edinburgh, PLATFORM_
  • UNCLE Deptford – Realstar Group, Lendlease
  • Riverstone Heights, Leaside Lock, The Guinness Partnership, Danescroft, CBRE, Long Harbour, Knight Frank

Sales and letting agency of the year:

JLL (Winner)

Sponsored by SheaWorks

Winner: JLL Residential

JLL Residential led the charge on many of the innovations seen in the residential market during global lockdowns, becoming the first agent to launch virtual exhibitions and delivering market-leading sales performance for clients.

With the beginning of 2022 seeing a welcomed easing of lockdown restrictions, JLL Residential continued to deliver excellent client results that exceeded wider market performance.

Last year, JLL Residential launched the final phase of the Battersea Power Station building KOA, the first residential launch at the development in seven years. This came to be one of the most successful launches of 2022, with half of the development being sold within three months of launch.

JLL also sold 70% of Mount Anvil’s 108-unit scheme The Bellamy in East London in 48 hours, making it one of the fastest-selling residential developments of the year.

The judges described JLL’s submission as “focused on landmark deals and commissions, with some strong stats on sold properties”.


  • 99home
  • Bidwells
  • Chestertons
  • Londonist DMC
  • North Property Group
  • Quintain Living
  • REAL Agency
  • Sandstone Group
  • Savills Sales and Lettings
  • Thornley Groves
  • true student

Small developer of the year

Mount Anvil (Winner)

Mount Anvil

Sponsored by Atelier

Winner: Mount Anvil

Highly commended: Placefirst

Developer Mount Anvil has achieved record sales success, while launching innovative partnerships and securing vital planning consents to provide much-needed new housing in London.

Last year began with Mount Anvil topping out The Silk District, a collection of 698 residences in Whitechapel, east London.

At its Chelsea Botanica development in south-west London, 80% of homes were reserved in the first week of sales, making it agent Knight Frank’s fastest-selling scheme of the year.

The Bellamy in Canary Wharf, east London, enjoyed similar sales success. All homes were sold within two weeks of launch. With partner One Housing, Mount Anvil secured planning permission to increase the number of homes from 148 to 202, increasing the number of affordable homes to 94 in the process.

In July, Mount Anvil launched One Clapham Junction, a 307-home development that prioritised wellbeing. The judges said Mount Anvil’s submission showed that “a lot had been achieved during the year”.


  • AJC Group
  • Bargate Homes
  • Battersea Power Station Development Company
  • Greenstone Property Developments
  • Habitat First Group
  • Hatch Homes
  • HJ Collection
  • Life Less Ordinary
  • Northstone
  • Shanly Homes
  • Urban Splash
  • Woodbourne Group

Social impact initiative – residential:

Regeneration Brainery

Regeneration Brainery

Sponsored by LOFT

Winner: Regeneration Brainery

Regeneration Brainery is a not-for-profit programme created by Capital&Centric in 2017 to boost diversity, combat the lack of effective work placements and tackle the skills shortage within the property sector. The free academy is designed to get young people from disadvantaged and diverse backgrounds inspired about a career in the industry through interactive week-long workshops, bootcamps in schools and colleges, and practical real-world work experience.

More than 25% of its graduates now work in the industry or are studying industry-specific qualifications.

In 2022, Regeneration Brainery worked with 4,050 young people, the largest number to date. It also engaged with 97 schools, colleges and universities to bring new students on board.

Cities and towns where the scheme ran last year included London, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Salford, Wigan and Stoke-on-Trent. Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester, praised the impact of the scheme on the Manchester area.

“Regeneration Brainery is bringing through a generation of young people who will be the next people to shape Manchester, the towns of Greater Manchester and the city region as a whole.”


  • Berkeley
  • Build London Partnership (L&Q)
  • Countryside Partnerships
  • Moda Living
  • Mount Anvil
  • National Housing Group
  • ONE Engage
  • Places for People
  • Regal London
  • Resonance
  • Simple Life Homes (Sigma Capital)
  • Touchstone
  • Way of Life

Student accommodation operation:

Unite Students (Winner)

Unite Students

Sponsored by Lockton

Winner: Unite Students

Unite Students, the UK’s largest developer of purpose-built student accommodation, provides a home to around 70,000 students across 156 properties in 23 towns and cities.

Given the challenging economic environment, during this award year Unite Students has continued to prioritise supporting its students, particularly as the ongoing cost-of-living crisis places significant pressure on students and their families.

Unite Students will be donating 1% of its annual profits to social initiatives, amounting to a commitment of around £2m a year. Alongside this, Unite Students launched its new student support framework ‘Support to Stay’, which aims to provide students with a supportive living environment to fulfil their potential, particularly when experiencing medical, physical or mental-health difficulties.

The judges praised Unite’s support for students’ mental, physical and medical health, and its diversity and inclusion initiatives.


  • Abodus Student Living
  • CODE Student Accommodation
  • CRM Students
  • Empiric Student Property: Hello Student
  • Fresh
  • Homes For Students
  • iQ Student Accommodation
  • Nido
  • Scape
  • Southern Housing (formerly Optivo)
  • Student Castle
  • true student
  • Vita Student
  • Yugo

Residential Property Personality of the Year:

personality Roger Profile Photo at Canada water

Sponsored by Berkshire Hathaway Home Services

Winner: Roger Madelin

Roger Madelin has been at the forefront of some of the UK’s most ambitious developments of the past 30 years.

Today, he is joint head of British Land’s Canada Water development, which will create a new high street and town square as well as up to 3,000 new net zero carbon homes and 2m sq ft of workspace on a 53-acre site in south-east London.

Before joining British Land, he spent 29 years at Argent, where he was responsible for the delivery of Brindleyplace in Birmingham, Thames Valley Park in Reading and major office projects in central London and the City.

During his time at Argent, he also led the development of 56 acres of railway land near King’s Cross and St Pancras stations in London .

Over 20 years, the underused industrial site was transformed into a traffic-free development, with new squares and parks, homes, shops, offices, galleries, bars, restaurants, schools and even a university.

The judges said the King’s Cross redevelopment “remains today one of the best examples, if not the best example, of development principles, design, courage, patience and energy put into practice in the UK”.

They added that by taking on the £3.5bn Canada Water scheme, Madelin and his team are shouldering the responsibility for creating another exemplar scheme that will present some of the most significant challenges the development industry has ever known.

“British Land is fortunate to have the remarkable tenacity of Roger on its team,” said the judges. “His foresight has already delivered schemes enjoyed by millions of people every year – whether it be to live, work, or play.”


  • Guy Ackernley, residential director, Urban Splash
  • Timothy Bannister, director of property science innovation, Rightmove
  • Dan Batterton, head of residential, Legal & General Investment Management
  • Paul Brown, chief executive, PSP
  • Craig Bryant, strategy and business development director, FRESH
  • John Carter, commercial director, Aldermore Bank
  • Mark Collins, chairman of UK residential, CBRE
  • Henry Columbine, managing director Communications, SEC Newgate
  • Steve Cooper, partner, Cluttons
  • Graeme Craig, director and chief executive, TTL Properties
  • Rory Cramer, chief executive and co-founder, HomeViews
  • Jane Crouch, chief operating officer, Fresh
  • Richard Donnell, executive director, Zoopla
  • Mark Farmer, chief executive and founding director, Cast
  • Susan Freeman, partner, Mishcon de Reya
  • Jerome Geoghegan, land and planning director, Telford Homes
  • John German, managing director, Invesco
  • Simon Hodson, director of capital markets, JLL
  • Kimberley Hopkins, director, ING
  • Killian Hurley, co-founder, Mount Anvil
  • Lucy Jones, chief operating officer, Lomond Group
  • Chris Lacey, managing director, Lacey Capital Partners
  • Michelle Laramy, director – customer experience, Canary Wharf Group
  • Andrew Leslau, chief executive, RAM
  • Choisanne Man, partner – real estate, Shoosmiths
  • Jason Margrave, executive director, Quintain
  • Alex Notay, placemaking and investment director, PfP Capital
  • James Owen, land director, Mount Anvil
  • Mark Quigley, managing director – UK real estate finance, Beaufort Capital Management
  • Mark Quinn, founder, Quinn Estates
  • Arianna Ricciotti, project director, British Land
  • Nick Riley, board director, Whittam Cox
  • Rebecca Shafran, senior associate director, alternative markets research, BNP Paribas Real Estate
  • Thomas Stevenson, head of partnerships, JLL Living Land Capital Markets
  • Alistair Wickens, founder and director, Goscombe
  • Catherine Williams, partner, Addleshaw Goddard
  • Freddie Wonnacott, deputy fund manager, M&G UK Residential Property Fund
  • Neil Young, investment chair, Young Group
  • Debra Yudolph, partner, SAY Property Consulting