Now in its 11th year, the Charity Property Conference is taking place today at BMA House in Tavistock Square.
The event has been carefully designed to provide a platform for strategic review, and to ensure charities are unlocking the potential from their property portfolios and keeping abreast of economic developments, changes in legislation, evolving working practices and developments in technology. The programme balances technical sessions and practical charity case studies with tailored roundtable discussions and plenty of networking opportunities.
Speakers include Lisette van Doorn, chief executive of Urban Land Institute Europe, who will be talking about emerging trends in real estate, including investment, development, technology, and Brexit. The closing keynote will be delivered by Rob Woodside, estates director at English Heritage, on linking past and future - the challenges of preserving England’s heritage for future generations.