Devolution – Implications for real estate and city investment

Breakfast roundtable in partnership with the Urban Land Institute on the impact of devolution to the Midlands.

Event starts at 7:30am on 8 September 2015 at Birmingham; contact for more details

We are delighted to be working with the Urban Land Institute at this high level breakfast roundtable looking at the implications of devolution for real estate and city investment. This invitation only roundtable will be limited to 30 attendees and based on a cross-sector, Chatham House discussion for city, investment and real estate industry leaders.

Andrew Carter, Deputy Chief Executive, Centre for Cities will share insights and lead a debate to understand:

  • Why Bristol and other EU cities are leading examples of long-term urban regeneration
  • What sectorial synergies exist and where the Midlands can capitalise
  • Ingredients for creating investment and incentivising city regeneration across the Midlands.

The aim will be to develop the Midlands’ preparedness to seize the investment and regeneration opportunities arising from devolution.

For more information contact Rita Beden.


ULI West Mids