British Land chief executive Chris Grigg will take part in a conversation with BBC broadcaster Andrew Neil to start the property and housing-themed day two of this year’s CN Summit.
With the National Infrastructure Commission rating housing as one of the biggest priorities facing the UK, Grigg is ideally placed to discuss the property market on 22 November in a keynote session. British Land’s pipeline currently includes its ongoing redevelopment at Broadgate and it is also pressing ahead with a 19ha mixed-use development at Canada Water.
Grigg joins a host of other property-focused CEOs on day two. Other key speakers include:
- Helen Gordon, CEO, Grainger
- Chiara Zuccon, head of PRS, Royal Bank of Scotland
- Gregor Craig, CEO, Skanska
- Sherin Aminossehe, chief operating officer, Government Property Unit
- Eamonn Boylan, chief executive, Greater Manchester Combined Authority
- John Miu, chief operating officer, ABP
- Gavin Taylor, regional general manager, Far East Consortium Intl
- Elaine Bailey, group chief executive, Hyde Group
- Steve Sanham, managing director, HUB
- Patrick Flaherty, CEO, Aecom
- Tom Bloxham, chairman and co-founder, Urban Splash
- Peter Elliott, head of property development, TfL
- Matt Giles, head of development and project management, The Crown Estate
- Mark Robinson, CEO, Scape Group
- Grainne Gilmore, head of UK residential research, Knight Frank
- PLUS: LIV Group, Telford Homes, Allianz Real Estate, Lendlease, Lovell, Notting Hill Housing, First Base, Essential Living, City of London, HB Reavis, Salford City Council, U+I, Harworth Group, AHMM and more.
The CN Summit takes place over two days at the Hilton Bankside in London on 21 and 22 November.
Day one focuses on infrastructure and speakers include: Network Rail CEO Mark Carne; Heathrow Airport CEO John Holland-Kaye; Highways England CEO Jim O’Sullivan; GLA deputy mayor, transport, Val Shawcross; Education & Skills Funding Agency PSBP programme director Rachel Stephenson; Sellafield supply chain director Martin Chown; and Infrastructure Projects Authority construction director David Hancock.
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