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MIPIM 2018

13th March 2018 - 16th March 2018

MIPIM is the world’s leading property market. We will be at MIPIM 2018, will you?

The event brings together the most influential players from all international property sectors - office, residential, retail, healthcare, sport, logistics and industrial. We have a team of property experts from across Capita Real Estate and Infrastructure, incorporating GL Hearn, ready to meet, learn, share ideas and best practice.

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Join Capita and GL Hearn this year at the London Stand to meet our team of property experts at the GL Hearn meeting lounge. You can also find our team supporting the Manchester City Stand and at the West Midlands Combined Authority pavilion.

 

Tuesday 13 March
10:00am - Networking breakfast with Estates Gazette
Location: Salon Croisette, Palais des Festivals
10:15 – Keynote: UK Cities: Future of Real Estate
10:25 – What is driving investment opportunities in the UK?  What are the criteria for investment decisions?

Chair: Damian Wild, Editor, Estate Gazette
Panellists:
Jon Collins, Leader, Nottingham City Council
Deborah Cadman, Chief Executive, West Midlands Combined Authority
Pat Ritchie, Chief Executive, Newcastle City Council
Sir Nigel Knowles, Chairman, Sheffield City Region LEP
Joanne Roney, Chief Executive, Manchester City Council
Richard McCarthy, Senior Director, Strategic Services, Capita plc

 

11:05 – Technology & Innovation: Role and impact in City development
Richard McCarthy, Senior Director, Strategic Services, Capita plc

10:00 –10:50 - Investible Infrastructure
Location: Department of International Trade, UK Pavilion
Real estate and infrastructure are truly symbiotic. Real estate involves the places in which people live, work and play, and infrastructure, in all senses, knits together housing, economy, growth and government.

Speakers:
Cllr Susan Hinchcliffe, Chair, West Yorkshire Combined Authority
Andy Street, Mayor, West Midlands Combined Authority
Paul Clark, Chief Investment Officer, The Crown Estate
Liz Peace, Chair, Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation
Frank Rogers, Acting Chief Executive, Liverpool City Region Combined Authority
Paul Clark, Head of Development, GL Hearn

11:30 – 12:15 -The Power of Partnership: Salford’s Smart New Neighbourhood
Location: Manchester Pavillion
Chair: Andy Burnham, Mayor, Greater Manchester

Speakers:
Paul Dennett − Mayor, Salford City Council
Shelagh McNerney − Head of Development, Salford City Council
Phil Cusack − Committee Member, University of Salford
Iain Jenkinson −The North West Evergreen Fund
Jon Matthews − Director, 5plus Architects

2:30pm - 3:30pm - Northern Lifestyle
Location: Manchester Pavilion 
The North of England is a world class location boasting a history rooted in both tradition and modernity. It is home to 15 million people of diverse backgrounds and beliefs, and to some of the best universities in the world. These cities are places of choice. They offer high quality of life, affordable lifestyles, and easy access to all the north has to offer. In this session we look at what the five cities are doing to showcase northern lifestyle, prepare for population growth, and translate that growth into an advantage.

Hosted by Cllr Sir Richard Leese, Leader of the City of Manchester
Moderated by Prof Greg Clark, The Business of Cities

Panellists
Cllr. Judith Blake, Leader, Leeds City Council
Steve Rotheram, Metro Mayor, Liverpool City Region
Pat Ritchie, Chief Executive, Newcastle City Council
John Mothersole, Chief Executive, Sheffield City Council
Deborah McLaughlin, Managing Director, Real Estate Projects, Capita Real Estate and Infrastructure
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Wednesday 14 March

9:00am – 12.00 noon - LandAid MIPIM Tennis Classic

Location: Cannes Tennis Club, 11 Rue Lacour (behind the Martinez)
Enjoy a morning of hospitality and support GL Hearn’s Anne-Marie Kesselman who is competing to raise money for LandAid.

09:30am - The role of the university campus in London
Location: London Stand

London’s Education sector – The panel will consider the real estate aspects of how campuses sit into their areas, how they are growing and how they provide better bespoke student accommodation. How do campuses provide spaces for both professors and students, who demand different kinds of space.
Chair Debbie Whitfield, Deputy Chair, New London Architecture

Panellists

Andrew Carter – Centre for Cities
Rosanna Lawes Executive Director of Development, London Legacy Development Corporation
David Partridge Managing Partner, Argent
Stewart Murray, Head of Development, GL Hearn


11:00am - 11:45am - Public Sector Housing Delivery

Location: London Stand
In this session, the panel will focus on the future of public sector housing delivery in the capital. What is the role of modular housing in the delivery of new homes for London? What more can we do about the construction skills crisis?
Chair Katie Kopec, Principal Adviser - Regeneration and Development, London and Partners

Panellists

Pat Hayes, Managing Director, BeFirst
Geoff Pearce, Executive Director of Regeneration & Development, Swan Housing Association
Simon Powell, Assistant Director, Strategic Projects & Property, GLA
Jane Richardson, Assistant Chief Executive Growth and Regeneration, LB Bexley
Brendan Sarsfield, CEO, Peabody
Paul Clark, Development Director, GL Hearn

6pm - 9pm – Client reception for Capita Real Estate & Infrastructure and GL Hearn (invitation only)


Thursday 15 March
10:30am - 11:00am - Placemaking
Location: London Stand
This session will look at key placemaking strategies across the capital.
Chair
Jackie Sadek, Chief Executive, UK Regeneration

Speakers

Carolyn Dwyer Director of the Built Environment, City of London Corporation
Simon Harding-Roots Executive Director, Major Projects, London Estate, Grosvenor
Jules Pipe Deputy Mayor for Planning, Regeneration and Skills
James Saunders Chief Operating Officer, Quintain
Stuart Baillie, Head of Planning (London and South East), GL Hearn

11.30am - 12.15pm - Future Homes: People | Progress | Place | Planet
Location: Manchester Pavilion
The session will explore smart innovative design-led housing and how we can create an excellent customer experience in the future.

Chair 
Martin Hilditch, Deputy Editor, Inside Housing

Panellists
Tom Bloxham MBE, Chair, Urban Splash
George Clarke, Architect and Broadcaster
Deborah McLaughlin, Managing Director, Real Estate Projects, Capita Real Estate and Infrastructure
Nick Walkley, Chief Executive, Homes England

3.15pm – 4pm - Planning for 10 million people
Location: London Stand

This session will hear from a handful of experts who will  discuss how London might  provide enough accommodation for the expected growth in population. The discussion will cover key issues such as tall buildings, opportunity areas, the suburbs, town centres, station sites, and the role of central London.
Chair
Paul Finch Editorial Director, Architects Journal (co-Chair)
Peter Murray Chairman, New London Architecture (co-Chair)

Panellists

Stuart Baillie, Head of Planning, GL Hearn
Paula Carney Director, WYG Planning Ltd
Ken Dytor Founder Director, Urban Catalyst
Victoria Hills Chief Executive, Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation
Steve Kennard Director of Regeneration, Hadley Property Group
Shevaughn Rieck Partner, Farrells

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