Saturday, May 25, 2024

Delivering Major Regeneration  


Venue: The Savoy, Strand, London, WC2R 0EZ

Managing the challenges of long-term development + best outcomes

Large scale regeneration in towns and cities is no small endeavour. So, how can the moving parts of this complex jigsaw puzzle be put together?

This breakfast will explore how major regeneration can be undertaken successfully, what ‘success’ looks like, and how the Real Estate Industry can seek to overcome the challenges, and positively and purposefully drive change for communities, people and places. Integral to this is the Government’s support and funding, the right planning regulations, private sector vision and collaboration, and an understanding of the needs of local communities.

This event brings together experts in these areas to move the conversation forward; to share their experiences, and to discuss the challenges and the opportunities to deliver successful outcomes.

Keynote: Jules Pipe CBE, Deputy Mayor for Planning, Regeneration and Skills – Greater London Authority.


Brent Cross Town – By: Related Argent – Tom Goodall, Partner, Head of Residential, Argent
Earls Court – By: Earls Court Development Company – Rob Heasman, Chief Executive Officer

Panel Discussion:

From the vision, funding challenge, community engagement and planning; to, delivering ‘the plan’ (The Future of Large-Scale Regeneration).

  • Tom Goodall, Partner, Head of Residential, Argent LLP
  • Cath Shaw, Deputy Chief Executive, Barnet Council
  • Rob Heasman, Chief Executive Officer, Earls Court Development Company
  • Rebecca Worthington, Chief Financial Officer, Canary Wharf Group plc – CHAIR
Thursday 25 May
08:00 — 11:45 (3h 45′)


Movers & Shakers