Regeneration for Urban Neighborhood Prosperity — London, UK — February 20, 2018

Regeneration has never been more important – yet difficult – to deliver. To explore the issues, REGENERATE: BRINGING PROSPERITY TO URBAN NEIGHBOURHOODS will take place in London, England on February 20, 2018.

At Property Week’s first-ever Regenerate Conference, we will bring together the biggest names from the industry to explore how the public and private sectors can work in partnership to regenerate in a way that benefits all.

As well as debating the key issues – such as how to engage the community, the best way to unlock brownfield land and how to raise finance – the sector’s leading lights will be revealing the secrets of their success and talking frankly about the potential pitfalls.

Join the conversation with Argent, U+I, Mount Anvil, Dentons, igloo, British Land, Futurecity, Urban Splash, Peabody Trust, Montagu Evans, Milligan Retail, Network Rail, Southwark, Croydon, Newham and Warrington councils and many more excellent names who will be presenting on the programme.

The programme will focus on creating places people want to live, work and socialise in, and how different stakeholders – developers, investors, councils, communities and regeneration specialists – work together to create such places. It will also address good planning, design, and breaking down demographic and social barriers.

Specifically, we will explore how different property types sit side by side, and how the new concepts, such as co-living and co-working, and pace of technology are reshaping our environment. We will look at how physical buildings integrate with the public realm – community, arts and culture – in creating economically sustainable and socially vibrant places that will stand the test of time.

It is a must-attend event for everyone involved in or thinking of getting involved in regeneration, whether you are a developer or an investor or you work for a local authority.

Photo of London’s “Gherkin” by Storm Cunningham.

See event website.

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