TMGroup Roundtables Discussing New Builds
The New Build property sector has responded with excitement, exuberance and enthusiasm to a series of roundtable events aiming to build a more collaborative environment.
Bringing together a cross section of local government representatives, developers, solicitors, surveyors, planners and estate agents the roundtables will explore what opportunities and barriers there are to creating a sector with reduced obstacles, improved efficiency and more holistic, collaborative processes and approaches.
Each event will also benefit from industry experts ready to offer their unique perspective on the various pitfalls and opportunities in the new build sector with insights from local govt and the private sector.
Run by tmgroup, the discussions will be initiated by industry experts from DevAssist, Homes England, Birmingham City Council, Irwin Mitchell and HM Land Registry, exploring their observations concerning present day hindrances and their vision on how the sector could improve and innovate.
Those in attendance will consider how data should be best used within the sector to inform decisions about supply, demographics, infrastructure, and investment. The group will also review impending innovations making collaboration simpler.
Delegates in attendance will constructively consider the contemporary planning blame game before reflecting on how this can change by speculating on what would need to happen to ensure more property is built and the various role each element of the sector needs to play to achieve this.
The UK has undergone radical change in recent years with urban regeneration often inspired by historic events taking place in particular areas and regions. The panel will reminisce on past infrastructure investments, like the Olympics in Stretford, and use this to speculate on how future events, like HS2 or the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, can learn from the successes and failures of the past.
The New Build Roundtables begin their journey on 11th July 2019 in Manchester at Malmaison.
London delegates will then offer their key insights on 16th July at the Orega Conference Suites on Chancery Lane.
The trio of thought leading events will conclude in Birmingham on 18th July at 3PB Barrister Chambers on Colmore Circus.
It is clear from the widespread popularity in the events that the sector is ready to adapt to a more collaborative way of working. The upcoming events could very well be the springboard needed for the sector to air their concerns before forging the foundations to a more productive future.
For more information please contact David Opie ([email protected])