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+West Midlands Forum For GrowthPartner

The West Midlands Forum For Growth is organised by Movers & Shakers and is the official conference of the West Midlands Combined Authority.

6 Sep 2017

+The future for the Midlands EnginePartner

This conference will assess next steps for growing the region’s economy following publication of the Midlands Engine Strategy.

12 Sep 2017

+RESI ConferencePartner

Proptech and emerging technologies within the property industry will be central to RESI 2017’s overarching theme of the Modern Methods of Disruption. This is why the conference will be the only place to discuss the impact of technology within the residential sector.

13 Sep 2017 to 15 Sep 2017

+Finance & Investment SummitPartner

The latest trends in UK, European and global real estate will be covered including signs of distress, mergers and acquisitions, the lending environment and pension funds.

13 Sep 2017


The 45th annual Joint Planning Law Conference (the JPLC – known as ‘the Oxford conference’) will once again bring together leading experts from across the four key professions in planning.

15 Sep 2017 to 17 Sep 2017

+Revo Liverpool 2017Partner

Connect and do business with the most senior level experts from the diverse retail property and placemaking community.

Revo Liverpool 2017 is the UK’s largest gathering of people and businesses that together create great places for work, rest and play.

19 Sep 2017 to 21 Sep 2017

+RICS Dilapidations Forum Conference 2017Partner

Dilapidations can be a legally and technically complex area of work. This year we’ve gathered together the leading experts in dilapidations to show you the critical updates, strategies and tactics that apply right now.

20 Sep 2017

+West Yorkshire Economic Growth Conference Partner

A day of discussion and opportunity with our region’s business and public sector leaders.

22 Sep 2017

+The Licensed, Leisure and Entertainment Premises conferencePartner

This is a market where expert knowledge yields massive increases in yields and capital values.

Once we were an industrial powerhouse – now manufacturing contributes just 10% to GDP. We are, above all, a service economy and leisure is an important service. 

26 Sep 2017

+London's big office bashPartner

Despite falling demand and lower rental values, and a reduction in construction commitments over the next two years, the London market remains surprisingly robust.

27 Sep 2017
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