Thursday, 15 February 2018

8am for 8.30am
Finish by 10am

Free to attend

Gowling WLG
Two Snowhill
B4 6WR


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Birmingham’s skyline is changing rapidly and this is expected to continue over the next decade as the impact of HS2, the Commonwealth Games and the city’s economic momentum takes effect.
It is not just the city that is changing – the real estate industry is too. Innovation is having a significant influence on what is being built, how, and how quickly.

Changes in materials, processes, and the technology embedded into new-builds are being driven by competitive pressures and occupier demand. and international law firm Gowling WLG are holding a breakfast seminar on February 15 to examine how technology is changing the face of real estate.
The panel discussion will examine how investment in technology is impacting on the property market, who and what is driving the change, and what is holding back innovation.
Our panellists will also look ahead to the region’s presence at MIPIM 2018, which takes place in March.
The panel is:
Guy Gusterson, property director, St Modwen
Richard Belgrave, head of Europe, Leverton
Rob Valentine, regional director, Bruntwood
Mike Twining, partner, Gowling WLG

The seminar is aimed at developers, funders, investors and other property professionals from across the region.
To book your place(s),