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If you work in or have an interest in sustainable development in the East Midlands, then you won’t want to miss this exclusive lunch event at Nottingham Forest’s City Ground on Thursday 25 October, from 12pm-3pm – but hurry, because ticket sales will close at midnight on Tuesday 23 October.
We will be joined by Nick Ebbs, one of the East Midlands’ best-known property professionals. Nick will share his career story and vision for the future of property development over a two-course lunch which includes a free drink on arrival.
Nick is a chartered surveyor and vice chairman of igloo Regeneration. Igloo are specialists in the development of sustainable places and buildings. Within igloo, Nick is responsible for igloo’s activity in the Midlands and is chief executive of Blueprint, a partnership between Places for People and Nottingham City Council.
Nick is a Trustee of Nottingham Contemporary, a member of the Bank of England Regional Consultative Group (East Midlands) and a member of Opun’s Regional (East Midlands) Design Review Panel. He is also a governor of Nottingham Trent University and a member of Nottingham City Council’s Heritage panel. Until recently Nick was also a director of Derwent Housing Association and Chairman of Centro Place Investments (Derwent’s Commercial Subsidiary).
Prior to joining igloo, Nick was a founder member of Innes England Consultant Surveyors, a property consultancy based in the Midlands where he was responsible for development and regeneration agency.
Nick is an Honorary Professor of Sustainable Development at the School of Architecture and Built Environment at Nottingham University. Nick also has a degree in Philosophy and Theology.
He is currently High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire (for year 2018/19) which entails ceremonial, civic, judicial and community activities. For his year he has elected to support homeless charity, Framework, by raising awareness of its work, helping to identify opportunities for support, and encouraging fundraising.