MIPIM lunch to showcase South’s property highlights

October 16, 2017:

As the biggest property event in the UK takes place this October, National Regional Property Group will be at the centre of the action.

MIPIM UK takes place October 18-19 in London. Widely regarded as the largest property event for professionals, it attracts thousands of professionals to network and take in the jam-packed conference programme.

National Regional Property Group will attend a special lunch being held to coincide with the event.

The Regenerate South lunch, on October 18, brings professionals from the south’s property and development industries together to:
• Provide an update on the latest projects taking place across the region
• Showcase the current opportunities there are for investors and developers
• Bring professionals together to network and share best practice
• Discuss the challenges the industry faces and how they can be addressed

Allan Gordon, managing director of National Regional Property Group and the current chair of Regenerate South, said: “It’s been an exciting 12 months for both the residential and commercial property sector in the South. We’re looking forward to updating the London and MIPIM scene on what’s been going on.”

Among the projects likely to be highlighted at the event is National Regional Property Group’s redevelopment of Southampton’s former fruit and vegetable market. The £60m project is transforming a collection of run down warehouses into Southampton’s first ever BtR (Build to Rent) scheme, with 280 homes.

Allan added: “This is something completely new for the city and is a significant milestone for the property sector. It’ll be interesting to share the latest news from the project with other developers and get their take on how BtR will grow in the South.”

Among the speakers at the event will be Lucy Greenwood, associate at Savills, and Tim Hancock, managing director at Terence O’Rourke, who will provide the welcome address.

Regenerate South brings together professionals from the property industry across the south, facilitated by Business South.

It focuses on the delivery of privately owned, commercial and mixed use development sites within the Solent Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) and to maintain a steady supply of market ready sites which can be actively promoted to attract inward investment.

To find out more about the MIPIM lunch visit the Business South website.

Image courtesy of Business South.