ULI Ireland Annual Conference 2022

When

2022-05-26
2022-05-26T08:00:00 - 2022-05-26T13:00:00
Europe/London

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    Where

    Townhall,1WML Windmill Lane 2 Dublin IRELAND

    ULI Ireland Annual Conference 2022 is 'in person' and includes leading, multi-disciplinary speakers to discuss the most important challenges facing Ireland's economic and urban development.

    The line-up of speakers includes public and private sector stakeholders and policy makers and is an excellent opportunity to hear their views and discuss the issues. With an Opening Address from Minister Darragh O'Brien T.D. the three sessions & speakers are as follows:

    Housing Affordability & Viability: Young Leaders' Perspective

    Sorcha Edwards (Housing Europe and Housing Commission), Harry Browne (RKD), Adrian Byrne (Hibernia), Brian Moran (Hines), Michael O'Flynn (O'Flynn Group), Eoin O'Broin T.D., Alexandra Sheeran (CBRE)

    National Planning Framework - Ireland 2040 - Review

    Margaret Fleming (Independent Non-Exec. Director), Henk van der Kamp (Research & Urban Development Consultant), Stephen Garvey (Glenveagh), Paul Hogan (DHLGH), Niall Cussen (OPR)

    Adaptive Reuse. Vacancies & Dereliction

    Marie Hunt (CBRE), Dr. Tracy Pickerill (TU Dublin), Neil Menzies (Hibernia), Maurice Johnson (Maurice Johnson & Partners) and Kevin Nowlan (Hibernia)

    In addition, to the conference we have the Leaders' Dinner, hosted by PwC, on 25th where the guest speaker is Sorcha Edwards, Secretary General of Housing Europe. This is an excellent opportunity to catch up and network with industry leaders.

     
     
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    Speakers

    Speaker

    Margaret Fleming

    Property Consultant, Hibernia REIT plc, Activate Capital

    Independent Non-Executive Board Director and Trustee. 32 years' prior experience, International Director of JLL in Investment/Capital markets and Consulting up to October 2019. I am a Chartered Surveyor and member of the ULI Council in Ireland.