English Heritage estates director to speak at Charity Property Conference

05 Mar 2018 News

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Rob Woodside, estates director at English Heritage, will deliver the closing keynote at this year’s Charity Property Conference.

The full programme for the event, a specialist conference organised by Civil Society Media, is now available and also includes sessions on workforce diversity, disposal of property assets, reforms to governing regimes.

Woodside will speak about his role managing 412 historic properties with tapering government funding. Kris Murali, director of finance and resources at Sense, will talk about how he expects his charity’s recently opened £15m community centre to reshape its income model.

There will also be a discussion from Urban Land Institute Europe about the impact of technology on property, and where the hottest development and investment locations are in a post-Brexit Europe.

The conference takes place on 3 July in London. You can save £50 on the price of tickets by booking before 18 May. The full programme and booking options is available here.

 

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