Property Lunch – Birmingham as a sustainable city
Join us on the 28th September, 12pm-3pm at Zen Metro, to hear from Tani Dulay, CEO of Birmingham-based the Woodbourne Group on how the world’s first mixed-use net zero carbon ready masterplan is set for Curzon Wharf.
Woodbourne’s £360m waterfront ecosystem will be within eight minutes walking distance of the HS2 Curzon Street Station and aims to reinvent Birmingham’s Eastside, alongside creating more than 1,000 jobs.
Once built, Curzon Wharf will stand 53 storeys high making it Birmingham’s tallest building at 172m.
The sustainable scheme has received backing from the West Midlands Combined Authority, as it strives to ensure the region is net zero by 2041.
Woodbourne Group has also recently joined the Birmingham Knowledge Quarter to play its part in promoting the West Midlands as a knowledge-based business community.
Alongside leading the Woodbourne Group, Tani is involved in several international charitable projects and has recently founded Woodbourne Ventures, an early-capital and pre-seed accelerator fund enabling remarkable entrepreneurs to build breakthrough businesses.
He is spearheading several investment deals from across the world, from Fintech, Cleantech to Web3.
Join us to put your questions to Tani at what is sure to be a fascinating event for everyone with a stake in the West Midlands property sector.