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Property Symposium 2024

WHAT IS IT?

The Property Symposium 24 is a property conference for the region’s leading property companies. The focus this year is Sustainability.

It is created and run by MediaClash, which produces the region’s leading Property Awards in Bristol, Bath, Cardiff and Exeter.

WHEN IS IT?

Tuesday 16 April, 8:45am – 1:30pm at The M Shed, Bristol.

FORMAT

8.45am: Networking and registration sponsored by Mode Consult
9.15am: Introduction
9.20am: Insight with Your Eco
9.40am: Keynote with Arup
10.25am: Insight with HM Land Registry
10.45am: Networking sponsored by Mode Consult
11.15am: Perspectives with Savills
11.45am: Perspectives with Ashton Gate Stadium
12.15pm: Closing panel
12.50pm: Networking and light bites sponsored by Mode Consult

COMMERCIAL OPPORTNITIES

To discuss remaining commercial opportunities, please talk with [email protected] or [email protected].

2024 SPEAKERS

keynote

ANN COUSINS, ARUP

Ann Cousins, Arup director talking about longer term issues of sustainability in the built environment. How societal change is prompting new approaches; how leading companies, governments and organisations are responding; and what might be looming in years and decades to come which the sector needs to be thinking about now.

PERSPECTIVES

CRAIG O’BRIEN,
SAVILLS

Savills’ director and head of planning south west and Wales, Craig O’Brien on forthcoming challenges and opportunities relating to sustainability, especially with changing civic priorities. Key insights via case studies.

DAN JESTICO,
SAVILLS

Dan is a Sustainable Design Director at Savills, with a wealth of experience in delivering net-zero carbon buildings and masterplans. He is a Chartered Engineer with over eighteen years’ experience in low carbon, sustainable design, climate science and related national and local environmental policy. His approach to design and retrofit encompasses not only environmental sustainability and whole life carbon analysis, but also social and economic elements, reflecting the need to engage communities and businesses in truly effective sustainable design.

PETER SMITH,
BRISTOL SPORT

Bristol Sport’s group-wide sustainability initiative, Project Whitebeam was launched at the start of last season. It seeks to recognise, measure and mitigate the group’s impact on climate change, waste, water, biodiversity and air quality. Since its launch the football club became the first club to gain Green Code accreditation since the launch of the EFL Green Clubs scheme. Peter’s remit also includes non-technical client Project Management of the Ashton Gate Sporting Quarter development, which will include a new arena for Bristol Flyers adjacent to Ashton Gate Stadium.

This session with Ashton Gate Stadium and Bristol Sport will focus on sustainability as a strategic imperative for this complex and iconic group of premises.

INSIGHTS

ALLISON BRADBURY,
HM LAND REGISTRY

Allison joined HM Land Registry in 1989 and is Head of Local Land Charges Implementation. Following a period of working on a wide range of Land Registry casework, Allison moved to Head Office in 2002. Working in Public Affairs and Product Development she worked with ministers and project-managed a range of commercial products and services.

NICK SPICER,
YOUR ECO

As featured on Channel 4 Nick is an environmental eco-entrepreneur heading up Your Eco, a multi-award winning southwest based b Corp renewable energy installation business delivering over 30 megawatts in commercial, construction, agricultural, private estates and international development.

PANELIST

Emma Sueref,
COREUS GROUP

Emma Sueref is director of sustainability and growth at Coreus Group. Leading the sustainability consultancy division, helping clients with both their built environment projects and with organisational sustainability support. As a chartered surveyor and member of the RICS SW Board and with prior career in the housebuilding sector, Emma has a distinctive blend of knowledge with the ability to bring sustainability expertise together with hands-on construction experience.

Nick James,
Futureground

Nick is a sustainability professional with 20+ years of experience working with property investment, development, design and construction organisations. His work focuses on the “software” of how buildings, places and supporting services are designed, delivered, governed, managed and curated, and how this links to the “hardware” to create in-real-life environmental, social and economic value. Nick is the founding director of sustainable place strategists, Futureground.

TINA RADKA,
AIRSAT REAL ESTATE

Tina is co-founder and managing director at Airsat Real Estate. Tina has over 10 years of diverse experience in senior management, from working in a scientific background to later moving over to the property sector. Tina has been an active member of Association of Residential Letting Agents for the past 4 years. Airsat has successfully built and managed portfolios for a number of its clients and works with investors, as well offering an all-around service from design to build and management.

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