ULI UK Residential Product Council Meeting 2021

When

2021-07-06
2021-07-06T10:00:00 - 2021-07-06T12:30:00
Europe/London

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    Where

    Online This webinar will be hosted by Zoom. UNITED KINGDOM
    Clash or Club? The role of culture in harmonising the business and investment case for community in residential development.
     
    The ULI UK Residential Council will hold their next meeting virtually on 6 July, with a focus on the importance of art and culture in regeneration, particularly in suburban areas where it may be more difficult to define or capture.
     

     
     
    COVID-19 has brought the importance of cultural experiences into sharp focus for many people. Moving away from the city often results in diminishing our access to culture.

    Those involved in building new places are increasingly asking how they can deliver culture in new communities, both at small and large scale.

    Many are mindful of the requirement to protect and harness the existing culture in places where it is already strongly established; others are keen to ensure that culture is promoted in places which are less well-provisioned.

    The question that developers and investors could be asking themselves is “how can we make this a neighbourhood rather an ‘estate’ or a ‘development’.”

    The 2 hour session is proposed to explore these themes and address the investment case for culture. 
     
    Confirmed Speakers
     
    Introduction and Q&A - 'The economics of belonging':  
    Martin Sandbu, European Economics Commentator, The Financial Times
     
    Panel Discussion:
    Gordon Seabright, Chief Executive Officer, Creative Land Trust
    Victoria Hills, Chief Executive, Royal Town Planning Institute
    Rebecca Taylor, Managing Director of BTR, Long Harbour
     
    Panel Discussion:
    Fabienne Nicholas, Cultural Consultant, NW Cambridge Development Arts Programme
    Josh McNorton, Cultural Director, Wembley Park
    Kathryn Stewart, Head of Programme, Nine Elms, Richmond and Wandsworth Councils
    Jett Glozier, Head of UK, Sound Diplomacy