This private roundtable will discuss the different approach cities take to sweat their assets
The economic downturn and public funding cuts have changed the role of public sector land and property assets and asset management within cities. In the wake of the Comprehensive Spending Review, this roundtable to launch our latest report, supported by Turner & Townsend, will identify and examine the different approaches that cities across the country are taking to sweat their assets, helping provide revenue streams in the context of austerity and budget cuts, as well as to support local economic growth.
Guests at the roundtable will hear from cities on the practical steps they have taken to make use of public assets and examine:
This is an invitation only event but if you are interested in coming along, contact Simon Jeffrey.