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UKREiiF Annual Event 2023

Tuesday, 16th May 2023 0800hrs – Thursday, 18th May 2023 1700hrs

Leeds City Centre – Royal Armouries Leeds & Leeds Dock, New Dock, Armouries Dr, Leeds LS10 1LT

UKREiiF connects people, places and businesses to accelerate the Levelling Up Agenda, whilst unlocking sustainable, inclusive and transformational investment across the UK.

That’s exactly what we delivered in 2022 – and now we move to an even bigger and better event in 2023.

This 3-day event will bring together the public sector – with every core UK city and region involved – alongside Government, investors, funders, developers, housebuilders and more.

In 2023 we expect:

  • 6,000+ Event Attendees
  • 1,500+ Fringe Event Attendees
  • 500+ Speakers Across 20+ Stages
  • 150 Exhibitors
  • 75+ Fringe Events
  • 250+ Local Authorities Attending
  • 750+ Investors Attending
  • 500+ Occupiers Attending
  • 750+ Developers Attending

UKREiiF has become the must-attend event in the industry and we’re delighted to be expecting a major increase on the already impressive numbers in 2022.

Supported by a high number of regional combined authorities, local councils and Government departments – as well as the largest developers and investors from across the UK and internationally – this event will gather all the key players, influencers and decision makers within the investment and real estate markets to highlight investment and development opportunities, whilst connecting and facilitating new relationships to drive economic growth through development and regeneration.

The UK needs this platform for the public sector to showcase the scale of development progress and profile future investment opportunities to investors, developers and occupiers from around the globe that is based right here in the UK – this event does just that.

Register below to ensure you secure your tickets.

With over 20 stages featuring more than 500 speakers to fringe events and tours in the city – we have an exciting programme of content planned for UKREiiF 2023. Here’s the latest programme of what to expect:

Wellington Suite Stage

09:30 – 10:30

Robertson Session

An exciting session will be put on by our event partner who will share details shortly on the session.

Sponsored by Robertson.

Bury Theatre

10:00 – 11:00

Is Levelling Up Working? Refocusing and Reinforcing National Regeneration Priorities

The £4.8bn Levelling Up Fund is the tip of the iceberg as a tool for unlocking inclusive economic growth across the UK. This panel analyses what’s working, what needs to improve and where resources should be focused over the next 18 months.

Sponsored by Rider Levett Bucknall.

Speakers include:

Ravi Chand – SRO, Places for Growth, His Majesty’s Government, Cabinet Office

Deborah Cadman – Chief Executive, Birmingham City Council

Tiltyard Stage

10:00 – 11:00

Prioritising STEM Centric Development: The Key to Re-Imagining the UK Economy?

The UK Government has recently announced a £25bn funding package to maintain the delivery and curation of a globally leading science, technology and engineering industry; much of the investment requires delivering world class estate and facilities. This session connects the needs of sector occupiers with the need for project delivery and tackles some of the key challenges the industry faces.

Sponsored by Arcadis.

Speakers include:

Steve Rotheram – Mayor, Liverpool City Region Combined Authority

Dr Barbara Ghinelli – Director of Clusters and Campus Development, Science and Technology Facilities Council

James Edwards – Managing Director, Evans Randall Investors

Wellington Suite Stage

11:00 – 12:00

Who Really Holds the Power in Determining Where a Development Happens?

Join C|T Group as they bring together a range of leaders from across politics, design, development and investment to explore the nuances of delivering major building, regeneration and infrastructure projects. The panel will discuss and debate where key decisions are made, the principles of collaboration between multiple stakeholders and if the system works for all elements of the delivery chain to ensure project completion.

Sponsored by C|T Group.

Speakers include:

Chair: John Walker – Acting Managing Director, C|T Group

Cllr Abi Brown – Leader, Stoke-on-Trent City Council

Stephen Wild – Executive Director – Strategic Investment & Growth, Peel L&P

Newsroom Stage

11:00 – 12:00

Irwin Mitchell Session

An exciting session will be put on by our event partner who will share details shortly on the session.

Sponsored by Irwin Mitchell.

The Cinema Stage

11:00 – 12:00

Sheffield City Council – Regional Showcase

Taking place on The Cinema Stage – dedicated to showcasing investment, development and regeneration opportunities – this session will hear from regional stakeholders on the opportunities in Sheffield.

Sponsored by Sheffield City Council.

Bury Theatre

11:15 – 12:15

Transforming Transport and Futureproofing Infrastructure – Connecting Places, People and Business While Creating World Class Places To Live

As the UK population’s habits evolve and people change the way they work, socialise or do business the country’s infrastructure faces the challenge of keeping pace with demand and relevance. This session discusses current priority for investment and how the deliver maximum benefit for the population.

Speakers include:

Michael Kirkland – Director, Logistics Capital Partners

Tiltyard Stage

11:15 – 12:15

The Evolution of Work – Building for Business But Supporting New Ways of Working

The UK workforce has ever changing expectations regarding the physical environment they work within. Moreover, urban centres across the country are wrestling with adapting to post-pandemic work/life changes. This session explores how commercial development and its relationship with placemaking might evolve in the coming years.

Sponsored by Pick Everard.

Speakers include:

Nathalie Hakim – Senior Investment Manager, Grosvenor

Bury Theatre

12:45 – 13:45

The Value of Partnerships: How Do We Align the Public and Private Sector to Deliver Better Places?

The potential of UK towns and cities can only be recognised when policy makers and private sector stakeholders collaborate inclusively. Using best practice examples and ideas, this session explores the pitfalls and possibilities of developing partnerships with healthier, smarter, greener places at their heart.

Speakers include:

Pete Gladwell UKREiiF

Pete Gladwell – Group Social Impact & Investment Director, Legal & General

Michelle Percy – Director of Place , Newcastle City Council

Olaide Oboh – Development Director, Socius

Rachel Miller – Investment Director, Housing Growth Partnership

Sebastian Macdonald-Hall – Partner and Director, Evolve Property Partners

Tiltyard Stage

12:45 – 13:45

Using BtR and PRS to Build Back Better: Keeping Pace with an Evolving Sector

A sector that could be worth £170bn per year by 2032 is one that will have an impact on place development across major conurbations. This session explores how sustainability, tech and design will combine to create world class communities to live within.

Sponsored by Puma Property Finance.

Speakers include:

Chair: Eliot Kaye – Managing Director, Puma Property Finance

Ami Kotecha – Co-Founder and Head of Venture Investments, Amro Partners

Matt Chandler – Managing Director, Godwin Developments

Adina David – Executive Director, MGT

Wellington Suite Stage

13:00 – 14:00

The Future of Construction

Join government and industry leaders at this ‘lunch and learn’ session to understand how construction projects will be delivered in the future. Rising costs and the net zero agenda have created a perfect storm – and we’ll discuss how innovation in skills, systems, tech and data could provide the key.

Sponsored by Better Delivery and AESG.

Bury Theatre

14:00 – 15:00

The UK on the Global Stage – Sharing International Ideas for Regeneration and Economic Growth

A high-level session that examines how the UK can collaborate with international stakeholders to deliver game changing inward investment while exporting ideas globally to improve worldwide standing and soft power.

Speakers include:

Kate Willard OBE – Chair, Thames Estuary Growth Board

Tiltyard Stage

14:00 – 15:00

Healthy Cities for Healthy Economies – Delivering Critical Infrastructure to Support National Wellbeing and Placemaking

This session explores the interconnected relationship between creating positive public health outcomes and regeneration. From holistic investment and development schemes to new healthcare infrastructure, delegates are joined by senior voices from across policy and property to discuss symbiotic outcomes for the UK population.

Sponsored by Savills.

Speakers include:

Dame Jackie Daniel – Chief Executive, The Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Nik Johnson – Mayor, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority

Natalie Forrest – SRO New Hospital Programme, Department of Health & Social Care

Cllr Susan Hinchcliffe – Leader, Bradford Council

Anne-Marie Garner – Vice President Corporate Strategy, Therme Group

Wellington Suite Stage

14:15 – 15:15

The Building Safety Act: Culture Change or Culture Shock?

The Building Safety Act received Royal Assent in April 2022. One year on, we’re asking a panel of industry experts to discuss the impact of the Act on the UK construction industry so far and what we need to prepare for in the year ahead. Has it been culture change or culture shock?

Sponsored by Hydrock.

The Cinema Stage

14:15 – 15:15

Lambeth – Regional Showcase

Taking place on The Cinema Stage – dedicated to showcasing investment, development and regeneration opportunities – this session will hear from regional stakeholders on the opportunities in Lambeth.

Sponsored by the London Borough of Lambeth.

Newsroom Stage

14:15 – 15:15

Arcadis Session

An exciting session will be put on by our event partner who will share details shortly on the session.

Sponsored by Arcadis.

Bury Theatre

15:15 – 16:15

Sustainability and The Cost of Living – How Do We Make Net Zero Places Work For All?

How can the built environment sector meet the challenge of improving the cost of living for UK citizens in the short term while also committing billions of pounds to delivering sustainable buildings and infrastructure for self-dependency in the long term? This session explores getting population ‘buy in’ while harnessing the creativity, skills and expertise within property and construction.

Sponsored by Troup Bywaters + Anders.

Speakers include:

Chair: Mark Richardson – Partner and Head of Sustainable Innovation, Troup Bywaters + Anders

Lord Deben – Chairman, UK Government Committee for Climate Change

Samantha Kempe – Co-Founder & Chief Investment Officer, IMMO Capital

Jason Longhurst – Chair, Prologis

Neelum Choudhury – Head of Sustainability, RivingtonHark

Tiltyard Stage

15:15 – 16:15

Reviving Industrial Heartlands

All sides of the political spectrum agree that harnessing the power of former industrial communities is central to levelling up. This session looks at some of the UK destinations that are grappling with different ways to rethink their towns and cities while providing opportunities for future generations.

Sponsored by NHBC.

Speakers include:

Gary Ellis – Chief Executive, Coalfields Regeneration Trust

Lynda Shillaw – Chief Executive Officer, Harworth Group

Wellington Suite Stage

15:30 – 16:30

AECOM Session

An exciting session will be put on by our event partner who will share details shortly on the session.

Sponsored by AECOM.

The Cinema Stage

15:30 – 16:30

Stoke-on-Trent – Regional Showcase

Taking place on The Cinema Stage – dedicated to showcasing investment, development and regeneration opportunities – this session will hear from regional stakeholders on the opportunities in Stoke.

Sponsored by Stoke-on-Trent City Council.

Tiltyard Stage

16:30 – 17:30

3 Cities Reception

Join senior voices from across the West Midlands for informal networking refreshments and hear about the 3 Cities collaboration- a unique way to unlock transformative opportunities centred on accelerating green economic growth, addressing decarbonisation and boosting investment in Birmingham, Coventry and Wolverhampton. With a combined GVA of £43bn and a population of 1.8m the 3 cities seek to connect the complementary strengths and assets of each place to spur innovation and at-scale responses to shared challenges and opportunities.

Hosted by:

Deborah Cadman – Chief Executive, Birmingham City Council

Martin Reeves – Chief Executive, Coventry City Council

Tim Johnson – Chief Executive, City of Wolverhampton Council

Fringe Programme

18:00 – 22:00

Transport Planning Associates Drinks Reception

Transport Planning Associates will be hosting an informal drinks reception alongside canapes – enabling you to have a relaxed evening and networking into the night following your first day at UKREiiF.

Venue: Aspire (Mezzanine Level), 2 Infirmary Street, Leeds, LS1 2JP

To register contact events@tpa.uk.com for more information.

Fringe Programme

18:00 – 00:00

Sunset and Saxophone with the Lucion Group

Join The Lucion Group for an evening of networking at their an exclusive Penthouse fringe event – with a saxophonist joining the party at 7pm before a DJ takes us through the evening from 9pm until midnight.

To register contact ukreiif@luciongroup.com to express your interest in attending. 

Fringe Programme

18:00 – 00:00

UKREiiF Festival of Achievement

Join us for a celebratory evening in Leeds city centre – as we celebrate success with a number of UKREiiF themed awards in a mass festival like celebration like no other ‘awards ceremony’. Taking place at Millennium Square in Leeds we’ll have pop-up food and drink outlets, entertainment throughout the evening from acts to entertainment ‘stalls’ in the square and much more!

Tickets for this event can be purchased at the bottom of the website alongside your UKREiiF tickets.

Wellington Suite Stage

09:30 – 10:30

Putting the S in ESG: Building a Sustainable Future with Your Community

The winter has been marked by several dramatic realisations about the current state of UK housing. The Autumn signalled the end of the Grenfell enquiry, the last months of the year saw rising costs to heat and maintain properties; as we go into Spring, what is it that we can learn from these past few months? Is there perhaps an opportunity for social landlords to step in? In this session, Commonplace will show how we can work effectively with our communities and provide a more grassroots approach to improve the energy efficiency of housing stock, especially as a vast amount have an EPC rating of D or below. The discussion will look at macro issues as well as bottom-up initiatives to prepare in the warmer months ahead – truly putting the S in Environmental Social and Governance.

Sponsored by Commonplace.

The Cinema Stage

09:30 – 10:30

Thames Valley and Berkshire – Regional Showcase

Taking place on The Cinema Stage – dedicated to showcasing investment, development and regeneration opportunities – this session will hear from regional stakeholders on the opportunities in Thames Valley and Berkshire.

Sponsored by Thames Valley Berkshire LEP.

Newsroom Stage

09:30 – 10:30

The True Cost of Offsite

The terms innovation, road to net zero and tackling the cost of living are common place on the UK built environment landscape but the role of MMC in addressing these challenges is often overlooked. Lead by the pioneering research of Platform Housing Group, this session asks can we afford not to use offsite in the drive to developing at pace and maintaining cleaner, greener principles.

In Partnership with Platform Housing Group.

Speakers include:

Katie Gilmartin – Head of Business Development and Innovation, Platform Housing Group

Trina Chakravarti – Project Director, Building Better

Bury Theatre

10:00 – 11:00

Empowering The People!

This session explores how regeneration supports local employment prospects, engages harder to reach community groups and provides a stimulus for economic growth. With the roll out of Local Skills Plans and the pressing shortage of people trained to support the green agenda, delegates are joined by an array of senior built environment leaders who are approaching the challenges differently.

Sponsored by Willmott Dixon.

Speakers include:

Nicolle Ndiweni – Head of Business Expansion and Inward Investment, Invest in Nottingham

Tiltyard Stage

10:00 – 11:00

The Future of Urban Centres – Masterplanning For Future Towns and Cities

This session explores the evolution of the high street, city centres and mixed use regen as we ask about the key ingredients for thriving urban heartlands as they consider shifting socio-economic climates and the demand for greener, smarter places.

Sponsored by Kier Property.

Speakers include:

Chair: Fareen Lalani – Senior Development Director, Kier Property

Danielle Gillespie – Director for Cities and Urban Conurbations, Homes England

Mark Chivers – Director General, Government Property – Cabinet Office

Paul Kitson – Strategic Director of Place, Prosperity & Sustainability, Birmingham City Council

Sophie White – Sector Lead – Regeneration, Aviva Capital Partners

Wellington Suite Stage

11:00 – 12:00

Is Yorkshire Open for Business and Ready for Growth ?

Yorkshire is a great place for tea, puddings and property investment. Join Yorkshire’s largest independent Planning Consultants and Masterplanners, Spawforths, and a panel of politicians, investors and developers, for a lively debate on whether Yorkshire is truly open for business and ready for growth. The level of interest in the Yorkshire property market remains high and the panel will discuss Yorkshire`s development hotspots, the challenges facing investors and the role that infrastructure and transport investment has to play in delivering growth.

Sponsored by Spawforths.

Newsroom Stage

11:00 – 12:00

Arcadis Session

An exciting session will be put on by our event partner who will share details shortly on the session.

Sponsored by Arcadis.

The Cinema Stage

11:00 – 12:00

Stirling – Regional Showcase

Taking place on The Cinema Stage – dedicated to showcasing investment, development and regeneration opportunities – this session will hear from regional stakeholders on the opportunities in Stirling.

Sponsored by Stirling Council.

Bury Theatre

11:15 – 12:15

Taking Devolution Further – A National Priority or a Case For Status Quo?

As government agrees new deals across the country, this session explores whether devolution is a necessity for meeting regeneration challenges or whether it should be a tool to be used sparingly. Delegates are joined by regions at different stages of their devolution journey to share insights, learnings and ambitions for the future.

Speakers include:

Andy Street – Mayor, West Midlands Combined Authority

Tiltyard Stage

11:15 – 12:15

Defining and Delivering Next Generation Green Infrastructure

As the UK marches towards a more sustainable future the delivery of Green Infrastructure becomes even more vital; but what should investors, developers and masterplanners be considering? This session offers solutions and ideas to support policy and delivery.

Sponsored by Calfordseaden.

Speakers include:

Rachel Fisher – Deputy Director, Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA)

Bury Theatre

12:45 – 13:45

Delivering Better Housing, Faster

Is the UK doing enough to tackle chronic housing shortages? What sort of residential development is needed to create inclusive and vibrant communities? How can it be delivered a practicable and sustainable manner? This session brings together policy voices and development experts to outline the size and scope of the task ahead.

Sponsored by Greystar.

Speakers include:

Chair: Mark Allnutt – Senior Managing Director – Europe, Greystar

Ben Barbanel – Head of Debt Finance, OakNorth

Geeta Nanda – Chair, G15

Tiltyard Stage

12:45 – 13:45

The Future of Active Travel – Are We Doing Enough to Deliver Sustainable Urban Mobility Solutions?

The second national cycling and walking investment strategy commits £2bn of funding for kickstarting or encouraging active travel schemes in UK towns and cities. This session explores how that money is best spent and what else is needed to reduce the reliance on cars, trains and buses while improving public health.

Sponsored by Arcadis.

Speakers include:

Graham Grant – Director of Planning, Active Travel England

Rachel Toms – Director of Urbanism, Sustrans

Rupert Furness – Deputy Director for Active Travel, Department for Transport

Sefinat Otaru – Development Project Manager, Cross River Partnership

Newsroom Stage

13:00 – 14:00

Heyne Tillet Steel Session

An exciting session will be put on by our event partner who will share details shortly.

Sponsored by Heyne Tillet Steel .

Wellington Suite Stage

13:00 – 14:00

Kier Session

An exciting session will be put on by our event partner who will share details shortly on the session.

Sponsored by Kier.

Bury Theatre

14:00 – 15:00

Tackling The Energy Crisis – Delivering Regen with Clean, Green Solutions

Striking the balance between supply and sustainability while supporting major development is proving to be one of the UK’s most pressing issues. This session explores the key challenges for keeping the nations lights on, generating clean, affordable energy in the short, medium and long term and how regeneration schemes will adapt in the coming years.

Speakers include:

Mark Burrows – Head of Europe, Capital Formation and Investor Engagement, Quinbrook Infrastructure Partners

Myles Kitcher – Managing Director, Peel NRE

Fahmida Nisa – UKREiiF Host, Built Environment Networking

TBC – TBC, E.ON

Tiltyard Stage

14:00 – 15:00

Economies of Culture and Sport: Analysing Impact and Opportunities of Creative and Recreation Industry Investment and Development

Britain is renowned globally as a home for sport, film, music, arts and heritage. This session explores how the built environment can collaborate with creative and sporting sectors to deliver world class placemaking projects across the UK and how these schemes can be a catalyst for inclusive growth.

Sponsored by Planit-IE.

Speakers include:

Cllr Ian Ward – Leader, Birmingham City Council

Steve Harrington – Planning Director , Regal London

Newsroom Stage

14:15 – 15:15

Arcadis Session

An exciting session will be put on by our event partner who will share details shortly on the session.

Sponsored by Arcadis.

Wellington Suite Stage

14:15 – 15:15

MRI Software Session

An exciting session will be put on by our event partner who will share details shortly on the session.

Sponsored by MRI Software.

Bury Theatre

15:15 – 16:15

Delivering Digital Britain – Connecting the UK to the World and Creating a More Inclusive Society

The turn of the 2020’s has accelerated the need for reliable, world class, accessible digital infrastructure for both business and people. This session explores the next generation of requirements to grow the economy and leave no one behind.

Speakers include:

Paul Lewis – Director of European Data Centres, Principal Asset Management

Tiltyard Stage

15:15 – 16:15

Taking Offsite and MMC Mainstream – Now or Never, Why and How

The UK’s built environment sector has a hot and cold relationship with MMC. Challenges around practicality, cost, scalability and quality persist, yet offsite construction remains a key pillar within national delivery policy. This session coalesces voices from different areas of the debate in the hope of giving clarity and direction going forward.

Sponsored by BoKlok.

Speakers include:

Jonas Spangenberg – Business Unit President, BoKlok

Dr Janet Young – Government Head of Property Profession, Cabinet Office

Fergus Harradence – Deputy Director – Infrastructure & Construction, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Wellington Suite Stage

15:30 – 16:30

Counter Context Session

An exciting session will be put on by our event partner who will share details shortly on the session.

Sponsored by Counter Context.

VIP Glassbox

16:00 – 17:30

Related Argent UKREiiF Reception

Property developer Related Argent are known for some of the UK’s most impressive projects – from the £7bn Brent Cross Town and the transformation of Kings Cross to the redevelopment of St Pancras Hospital into an innovation hub. They will bring a number of major investors and regeneration stakeholders together for this exclusive event to showcase their future projects and plans and enjoy a relaxed start to the evening with drinks and canapes.

Sponsored by Related Argent.

This event is invite only.

Fringe Programme

09:00 – 16:00

UKREiiF Charity Cycle Sportive; In Aid of Yorkshire Children's Charity

Yorkshire is famous in the world of cycling for the Tour de France Grand Depart, and the lands and roads of the Yorkshire Dales are internationally renowned as a place to ride a bike. This event will showcase some of the best spots across Yorkshire – with fully supported routes available to suit differing road cycling abilities. The chosen charity is Yorkshire Children’s Charity with 100% of the entry donation going towards this cause.

For details on getting involved please contact: richard.osbond@hexaconsulting.co.uk

Bury Theatre

10:00 – 11:00

The UK as an Investible Proposition – Emerging Sectors in Need of Built Environment Support

From space to biosciences, Agri-tech to manufacturing, the demands for new types of property and infrastructure are being presented to investors and developers constantly. This session explores how the built environment ecosystem can support growth within innovative and technologically focused industry.

Tiltyard Stage

10:00 – 11:00

Re-imagining Rural Places

UK government is committing an initial round of funding worth £110m- with more to follow- to unlock regeneration and infrastructure in rural places as it looks to revitalise non-urban economies. This session explores some of the most exciting ideas taking hold across the country while giving attention to the intricacies face when bringing forward projects.

Sponsored by Openreach.

Speakers include:

Tarah Gear – Director, Milligan

Dorian Beresford – Chief Development Officer, EcoBos

EDI & Youth Pavilion

10:30 – 11:30

Creating Better Places Together – The NextGen Outlook

This session will bring a number of soon to be graduates together – to present and discuss their views on the future of place, with a specific focus on community engagement and collaboration across the industry. Further details will be shared in due course.

The Cinema Stage

10:45 – 11:45

Heart of South West LEP – Regional Showcase

Taking place on The Cinema Stage – dedicated to showcasing investment, development and regeneration opportunities – this session will hear from regional stakeholders on the opportunities in the South West region.

Sponsored by Heart of South West LEP.

Bury Theatre

11:15 – 12:15

To ESG or Not To ESG? – What is the Built Environment Doing and What Can It Do Better?

Everything from planning to procurement is being impacted by ESG considerations with the topic set to dominate built environment sector agenda increasingly in the years to come. This session dissects what good ESG principles look like through live examples while also focusing the industries mind on avoiding cutting corners.

Speakers include:

Alex Notay – Placemaking and Investment Director, PfP Capital

Elisabetta Li Destri Nicosia – Sustainability and ESG Director, Amro Partners

Tiltyard Stage

11:15 – 12:15

Innovation and Tech Districts – Designing and Delivering Catalysts for Investment and Economic Growth

A high-level session exploring how different areas of the UK are bringing together research around emerging sectors, investment and development to deliver high growth economic hotspots which create jobs and industries of tomorrow.

Speakers include:

Jen Hartley – Director, Invest Newcastle

Esther Croft – Development Director, Reef Group

Bury Theatre

12:45 – 13:45

UK Property, Construction and Infrastructure Sector – The Year Ahead

UKREiiF’s programme is wrapped up with a high-level, free-thinking discussion on what the main challenges and opportunities will be for the built environment ecosystem over the next 12 months.

Sponsored by Pension Insurance Corporation.

Speakers include:

Nick Smallwood – Chief Executive, Infrastructure and Projects Authority

Melanie Leech CBE – Chief Executive, British Property Federation

Tiltyard Stage

12:45 – 13:45

Government Property Strategy in Action

The new Government Property Strategy includes some eye-catching claims, perhaps none more so than a commitment to dispose of £2bn in built assets over the next three years. This panel brings together the most senior voices in Government Property to discuss how they’re going to achieve that target, and the opportunities it will bring to the sector.

There will be plenty of exhibitors showcasing their brand, their solutions and highlighting best practice in the industry, whilst helping them reap the rewards of being prominently displayed within the events exhibition hall in front of some key and influential business leaders. 

Exhibiting will enable you to:

  • Connect with 6,000+ industry professionals who’re attending the event
  • Be seen as one of the market leaders in your sector by being visible at the event
  • Showcase your work to regional authorities, government, leading private sector firms, blue chip organisations and more
  • Choose the location (first come first served) of your exhibition stand in the main hall

Due to excellent demand we have created two exhibition areas in prominent locations for our 2023 event. But we expect these to be snapped up quickly.

If you’re interested in exhibiting email opportunities@built-environment-networking.com or contact us on 0113 390 4700

Our exhibition stands are available in the below sizes. The prices are for the stand space only and not the full build and design, but building costs are available at an additional charge, please ask for further info.

Exhibition cost prices:

  • 3m2 – £5,375 + VAT
  • 4m2 – £7,500 + VAT
  • 6m2 – £10,750 + VAT
  • 8m2 – £15,000 + VAT
  • 9m2 – £16,125 + VAT
  • 12m2 – £21,500 + VAT
  • 16m2 – £30,000 + VAT
  • 24m2 – £45,000 + VAT
  • 32m2 – £60,000 + VAT

Exhibition packages also include:

  • Two tickets to the main event
  • Access to attendee information to pre-arrange meetings
  • Ability to run a fringe event on your stand to drive further footfall

If you’re interested in exhibiting email opportunities@built-environment-networking.com or contact us on 0113 390 4700

Gain national and international exposure and position your brand as a leader in the industry.

By sponsoring UKREiiF your organisation will receive powerful exposure amongst key business leaders, government officials and thousands of professionals from across the world. And as the UK’s leading forum for business, it’s the opportunity to stake your company’s claim as a champion in driving economic growth.

We have various opportunities and packages dependant on your needs – with speaking, branding and exhibition packages available. Whether you’re looking to build brand awareness, source new leads or put your brand at the forefront of the industry – we have a package suitable to your needs.

Package Stand in m² Speaking Slots Event Tickets Dinner Tickets No. Packages Cost (+VAT)
CORPORATE PACKAGES
Platinum Partner Yes 30 20 1 £125,000 View Details
Gold Partner 24 Yes 20 10 2 £100,000 View Details
SPACE ONLY PACKAGES
Canary Bar Hospitality Venue Partner Yes 10 1 £45,000 Sold Out
Pavilion Partner Yes 8 4 From £43,000 View Details
Investor Centre Pavilion Yes 8 1 From £43,000 View Details
Amphitheatre Pavilion Partner Yes 6 1 From £25,000 View Details
UKREiiF Event Bus Partner Yes 10 1 £25,000 View Details
Canal Connections House Venue Partner Yes 10 1 £20,000 View Details
Canal Boat Venue Partner Yes 10 1 £20,000 Sold Out
Floating Meeting Pod Partner Yes 4 8 £20,000 View Details
The Boulevard Partner Yes 2 1 £10,000 View Details
North Star Afternoon Tea Partner 1 £3,250 View Details
UKREiiF Open Top Bus Tour Partner 1 £1,500 View Details
AWARD PACKAGES
Awards Event Partner 4 10 1 £15,000 View Details
Individual Award Partner 2 5 10 £6,000 View Details
THOUGHT LEADERSHIP PACKAGES
Bury Theatre Levelling Up Stage Session Partner Yes 4 8 £15,000 View Details
Industry in Focus Stage Session Partner Yes 2 12 £7,500 View Details
Tiltyard Stage Session Partner Yes 2 4 £7,500 View Details
Newsroom Stage Roundtable Partner Yes 2 10 £5,000 View Details
Wellington Suite Roundtable/ Content Session Partner Yes 2 4 £5,000 View Details
Cinema of War Place Promotion Session Partner Yes 2 9 £5,000 View Details
VIP Glassbox Package Yes 2 3 £5,000 View Details
Forum Report Partner 4 5 £10,000 View Details
BRANDING PACKAGES
Lanyard Partner 4 1 £25,000 View Details
Badge Partner 4 1 £20,000 View Details
Forum Video Partner 4 1 £20,000 Sold Out
Digital Media Partner 4 1 £20,000 View Details
Wi-Fi Partner 4 1 £20,000 View Details
Email Partner 2 1 £10,000 View Details
Programme Partner 2 2 1 £10,000 View Details
Quarter Page Programme Advert 1 £250 View Details
Half Page Programme Advert 1 £400 View Details
Full Page Programme Advert 1 £750 View Details
Full Page Programme Inside Front Cover Advert 1 £1,250 Sold Out
Full Page Programme Inside Back Cover Advert 1 £1,250 Sold Out
Registration Partner 2 2 1 £10,000 Sold Out
Pre-Registration Partner 2 2 1 £10,000 Sold Out
Speaker/VIP Lounge Partner 2 1 £10,000 View Details
Press Lounge Partner 2 1 £10,000 View Details
Cinema of War Theatre Breakout Room Partner 2 1 £10,000 View Details
Hosted Evening Reception – Museum Galleries 8 From £1,500 View Details
TRAVEL PACKAGE
Sustainable Travel Partner 1 £10,000 View Details
FRINGE EVENT PACKAGES
Fringe Event Promotion Partner £1,500 View Details
TICKETS & EXHIBITION
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Here are the full details of the packages available:

Platinum Partner

£125,000 (+VAT)

The Forum will include the name of the Platinum Partner in the title of the event – i.e. The UK’s Real Estate Investment & Infrastructure Forum in Association with xxxx.

Benefits:

  • Forum Corporate Partner from date of signature up to May 2023
  • Pavilion Marquee outside on Royal Armouries Square to use exclusively for networking / meeting / hospitality – as required
  • Keynote on Day 1 of the event immediately following key Government keynote
  • Premium branding on the event website and at the forum
  • Position on UKREiiF Advisory Group
  • One main stage chair position
  • One secondary stage chair position
  • Input to post-event Conference reporting outputs
  • Input into 365 forum activities
  • Access to green rooms throughout the event
  • Thirty delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Additional six free delegate passes for the event days of the forum for young people in your company under the age of 25
  • Twenty tickets at the awards event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Gold Partner (2 Available)

£100,000 (+VAT)

The Gold Partner will include the naming of one of our exhibition halls whilst getting excellent visibility and branding across the event.

Benefits:

  • Premium branding on the event website and at the forum
  • 24m2 Prime stand at entrance to exhibition hall
  • Naming rights of respective exhibition hall
  • Position on UKREiiF Advisory Group
  • One main stage chair position
  • One secondary stage chair position
  • Input to post-event Conference reporting outputs
  • Input into 365 forum activities
  • Access to green rooms throughout the event
  • Twenty delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Additional four free delegate passes for the event days of the forum for young people in your company under the age of 25
  • Ten tickets at the awards event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Canary Bar Hospitality Venue Partner

SOLD

Pavilion Partner

From £43,000 (+VAT)

We have a number of Pavilions available across the event location in different sizes. These packages enable you to run your own panel discussions, content and activity over the three day event.

Benefits:

  • Naming rights for the Pavilion
  • Use of the Pavilion for all three event days – run sessions, workshops, have an exhibition area or activities within the Pavilion
  • Access to UKREiiF speaker longlist to help you bring speakers onboard to your Pavilion
  • Pavilion activity will be included within the official event programme to drive traffic
  • Eight delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Additional two free delegate passes for the event days of the forum for young people in your company under the age of 25
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event
  • Pavilions are space only

Sizes Available:

6m x 15m (AVAILABLE)

6m x 12m (SOLD)

9m x 12m (AVAILABLE)

6m x 6m (SOLD)

10m x 10m (AVAILABLE)

Pavilion Partners

Pavilion Partner

From £43,000 (+VAT)

Investor focused sessions will be held within the investor centre – from panel discussions, receptions and targeted sector specific workshops. This package enables you to be at the forefront of this VIP Pavilion – where access is restricted to investors, funders, developers, local authorities and other facilitators and influencers.

Benefits include:

  • Naming rights for the Pavilion
  • Access to the Pavilion for all three event days – and input into the agenda and content
  • Brand elements of the Pavilion
  • Pavilion activity will be included within the official event programme to drive traffic
  • Eight delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Additional two free delegate passes for the event days of the forum for young people in your company under the age of 25
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event
  • Pavilions are space only

Amphitheatre Pavilion Partner

£25,000 (+VAT)

Benefits:

  • Naming rights for the Amphitheatre Pavilion
  • Use of the Amphitheatre Pavilion for all threeevent days – run sessions, workshops, have an exhibition area or activites within the Pavilion
  • Access to UKREiiF speaker longlist to help you bring speakers onboard to your Amphitheatre Pavilion
  • Amphitheatre Pavilion activity will be included within the official event programme to drive traffic
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Six delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Additional two free delegate passes for event days of the forum for young people in your company under the age of 25
  • Your logo will be displayed on the event page of the website
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event
  • The Amphitheatre Pavilion is space only

UKREIIF Event Bus Partner

£25,000 (+VAT)

Located in a prominent, stationary postition outside the Innovation Zone, the UKREiiF Event Bus is available for hire across the 3-day forum- giving partners a base to facilitate business meetings and networking opportunities whilst entertaining guests from a fully-installed onboard bar.

Benefits:

  • 3-day hire to accommodate business activivities led by the partner company
  • The bus comes complete with a fully-installed onboard bar and serving hatches (alcohol not included)
  • Make use of space outside the bus with furniture (at additional cost)
  • Branding on the event website and at the forum
  • Ten delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Additional two free delegate passes for event days of the forum for young people in your company under the age of 25
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event
  • Space only hire, branding of external magnetic panel at additional cost

UKREIIF Open Top Bus Tour Partner

£1,500 (+VAT)

Available for hire across UKREiiF event dates to facilitate business-led site visits – take any potential investors, developers or occupiers on a tour of your sites

Benefits:

  • Hourly hire to accommodate tours of local business sites with interested parties
  • Branding on the event website and at the forum
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event
  • Space only hire, branding of external magnetic panel at additional cost

Canal Connections House Venue Partner

£20,000 (+VAT) for 3 days

Host your own hospitality & meeting events next to the Innovation Zone and overlooking the canal from the first floor. Canal Connections House can be defined as two areas over two floors, including both ground and first floor bathroom facilities:

  • An open plan meeting area on the first floor with side balcony overlooking the canal (meeting capacity 12 people)
  • Open plan kitchen/dining area with private garden on the ground floor (capacity up to so people max, possibly more outside)
  • Canal Connections House can be hired as a whole across all three days of the forum, with curated hospitality packages and excellent branding opportunities for maximum visibility

Benefits:

  • Branding on the event website and at the forum
  • Ten delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Additional two free delegate passes for event days of the forum for young people in your company under the age of 25
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Your logo will be displayed on the event page of the website
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event
  • Space only hire, branding of space additional, including options for external branding for maximum exposure

Canal Boat Venue Partner

SOLD

Floating Meeting Pod Partner (8 Available)

£20,000 (+VAT)

Host your own private meetings in a unique, floating meeting pod located on Leeds Dock.

Benefits:

  • Hire of private floating meeting pod across the 3-day forum (accommodates 6-8 people)
  • Four delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Additional 1 free delegate pass for event days of the forum for young people in your company under the age of 25
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme stages per day
  • Your logo will be displayed on the event page of the website
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event
  • Space only hire including floating pontoon, meeting pod, ramp and safety railings.
  • Power and branding/furnishing of space additional

The Boulevard Partner

£10,000 (+VAT)

A fabulous opportunity to literally brand your own Avenue – The Boulevard is a high footfall area that
leads delegates directly into the heart of the UKREiiF site.
The Boulevard is also host to a number of food & beverage outlets located centrally on the event site,
where delegates congregate and where a number of fixed branding asset points are available to really
make a visible branding impact.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the event website and at the forum
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Your logo will be displayed on the event page of the website
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

North Star Afternoon Tea Partner

£3,250 (+VAT) per event

Host your guests at North Star on The Boulevard, centrally located on the UKREiiF event site. North
Star is an open, relaxed hospitable space to entertain your guests. Choose from Afternoon Tea options,
available for hire from 3pm – 5pm on live event days for up to 30 people. Cost includes afternoon tea
and non-alcoholic drinks
.

Benefits:

  • Your event officially promoted within the official UKREiiF programme and agenda
  • Early access to the attendee list to contact your target audience in advance to invite to your event
  • Promotional activity across our news and social platforms to publicise your fringe event
  • Package applies to those who are not already an exhibitor or sponsor, wishing to associate to the UKREiiF event

Awards Event Partner

£15,000 (+VAT)

You will be the main partner for the Awards event.

Benefits:

  • Prominent branding at the Awards event
  • Ten tickets at the Awards event
  • Sponsorship of the Real Estate Investment & Infrastructure Personality of the Year Award including award presentation
  • Keynote at the Awards event
  • Branding on the forum website and at the event
  • Four delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Individual Award Partner (11 of 15 available)

£6,000 (+VAT)

Sponsor one of the our awards – joining the judging panel and the ability to present the award on the day.

Benefits:

  • Branding at the Awards event
  • Five tickets at the Awards event
  • A seat on the Judging Panel (of the respective award category)
  • Sponsorship of one of the awards including award presentation
  • Branding on the forum website and at the event
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Individual Award Partner

Bury Theatre Stage Session Partner (9 of 13 available)

£15,000 (+VAT)

Each of our 15 on-stage panel discussions on our Bury Theatre Stage can be sponsored.

Benefits:

  • Chair or Speaker position on your panel
  • Branding on the forum website and at the event
  • Additional three pull-up stands on the stage during your forum session
  • Four delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Bury Theatre Stage Session Partners

Tiltyard Stage Session Partner (2 of 13 available)

£7,500 (+VAT)

Each of our 15 on-stage panel discussions on our Tiltyard stage can be sponsored.

Benefits:

  • Chair or Speaker position on your panel
  • Branding on the forum website and at the event
  • Additional three pull-up stands on the stage during your forum session
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Tiltyard Stage Session Partners

Indutry in Focus (10 of 12 available)

£7,500 (+VAT)

Each of our 12 on-stage panel discussions on our Industry in Focus stage can be sponsored.

Benefits:

  • Chair or Speaker position on your panel
  • Branding on the forum website and at the event
  • Additional three pull-up stands on the stage during your forum session
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Industry in Focus Stage Session Partners

Newsroom Stage Roundtable Partner (8 of 14 available)

£5,000 (+VAT)

Be at the forefront of one of our roundtable discussions – curated and organised by ourselves.

Benefits:

  • Sponsor one of our high-level roundtables – which will be run by industry leading figures
  • Up to two places on the roundtable for your company
  • Input into the roundtable seating plan to enable you to sit alongside potential clients
  • Have early input into the roundtable discussion to cover key topics you want to discuss
  • Marketing collateral to be placed on the roundtable
  • Pop-up banners and branding within the roundtable room
  • Branding on the event website and at the forum
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Newsroom Stage Roundtable Partners

£5,000 (+VAT)

Wellington Suite Roundtable/Content Session Partner (3 of 14 available)

£5,000 (+VAT)

Create your own Roundtable/Content Session Partner discussion at the event – invite your own speakers, create the topic Roundtable format up to 20 speakers.

Benefits:

  • Session to be on the official programme to attract a strong audience
  • You can bring literature to be placed at the session
  • You can provide pop-up banners and branding within the room
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Branding on the event website and at the forum
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event
  • You will be in charge of managing the session i.e. acquiring speakers, creating event content etc.

Wellington Suite Roundtable/Content Session Partners

Cinema of War Place Promotion Session Partner (2 of 14 available)

£5,000 (+VAT)

Put your destination at the forefront of Investors/Developers minds by running your own Place Promotion session.
Benefits:

  • Session to be on official programme to attract strong audience
  • You can bring literature to be placed at the session
  • You can provide pop-up banners and branding within the room
  • Ability to run a separate fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Two delegate passes for event days of the forum
  • Branding on the event website and at the forum
  • Your logo will be displayed on the event page of the website
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the session
  • You will be in charge of managing the session i.e. acquiring speakers, creating event content etc.

Cinema of War Place Promotion Session Partners

VIP Glassbox Package

£5,000 (+VAT)

This package secures the VIP Glassbox for 90-minutes for you to run your own bespoke event, taking place in a secure and more secluded area of the venue. The package includes:

  • 90-minute slot in the VIP Glassbox
  • Your event will run as part of the official event programme and appear on all programme marketing literature
  • Support to attract your target audience into the VIP Glassbox
  • Drinks and canapes included within the package
  • 2 x event tickets for the three-day event
  • Logo to be used on the event website

VIP Glassbox Package

Forum Report Partner

£10,000 + VAT

Prime branding on the UKREiiF Forum Output Reports.

Benefits:

  • Main branding on Forum Report
  • Branding on the event website and at the forum
  • A second foreword along with a 2-page editorial within the report
  • Four delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the report and on the website
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Lanyard Partner

£25,000 (+VAT)

This package provides joint branding with UKREiiF on the VIP, speaker and delegate lanyards at the forum.

Benefits:

  • Branding on all of the event lanyards – handed to all delegates when they register
  • Branding on the event website and at the forum
  • Four delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Four tickets for the Awards event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Badge Partner

£20,000 (+VAT)

This package provides branding on the delegate badges at the event.

Benefits:

  • Branding on all of the event badges – which every attendee must wear
  • Branding on the event website and at the forum
  • Four delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Four tickets for the Awards event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Bus Branding Partner

£20,000 (+VAT) for 3 days

Take advantage of this prominently located bus meeting space, positioned between both the Investment & Innovation Zone, for maximum branding exposure to event delegates. Branding points available both externally (magnetic only) and internally.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the event website and at the forum
  • Ten delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Additional two free delegate passes for event days of the forum for young people in your company under the age of 25
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Your logo will be displayed on the event page of the website
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Forum Video Partner

SOLD

Digital Media Partner

£20,000 (+VAT)

Branding across different media areas of the event – including TVs above the exhibition hall and within the registration area for excellent footfall and on-site digital screen showcasing the event programme.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the event website and at the forum
  • Four delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Wi-Fi Partner

£20,000 (+VAT)

Become the official venue Wi-Fi partner – helping delegates get vital access online. Your company name will be embedded into the Wi-Fi name and/or password so delegates will have brand afilliation. Provision of Wi-Fi to be provided by Wi-Fi partner at additional cost.

Benefits:

  • Name of your company to be used in the name and/or password of the Wi-Fi to be used by all delegates
  • Wi-Fi to be promoted heavily across the event, including on the event programme
  • Branding on the event website and at the forum
  • Four delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Email Partner

£10,000 (+VAT)

This package provides branding on the emails sent out to advertise the UKREiiF event.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the event website and at the forum
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Programme Partner

£10,000 (+VAT)

This package provides branding on the cover of the forum printed programme handed out to all delegates.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the event website and at the forum
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Two tickets for the Awards event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Quarter Page

£250 (+VAT)

Quarter page advert within the event programme.

Half Page

£400 (+VAT)

Half page advert within the event programme.

Full Page

£750 (+VAT)

Full page advert within the event programme.

Full Page (Inside Front Cover)

SOLD

Full page advert on the inside front cover of the event programme.

Full Page (Inside Back Cover)

SOLD

Full page advert on the inside back cover of the event programme.

Registration Partner

SOLD

Pre-Registration Partner

SOLD

Speaker/VIP Lounge Partner

£10,000 (+VAT)

The partner can both brand and get access to the speaker/VIP space.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the event website and at the forum
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Two tickets for the Awards event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Press Lounge Partner

£10,000 (+VAT)

The press lounge is in a prominent location in the registration area. It will be the place where all the media congregate. The Partner can brand the space and distribute literature etc.
Benefits:

  • Branding on the forum website and at the event
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Two tickets for the Awards event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Cinema of War Theatre Breakout Room Partner

£10,000 (+VAT)

This package provides naming rights for the Cinema of War breakout room that will be used by the regions etc for their sessions – so the room will be called the XXX Room in all branding.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the event website and at the forum
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Hosted Evening Reception – Museum Galleries

From £1,500 (+VAT)

Take the opportunity to host your own evening reception amongst the beautiful Galleries of the Royal Armouries Museum.

There are a number of Galleries available to hire including –

  • War Gallery – £2,500
  • Oriental Gallery – £2,125
  • Tournament Gallery – £1,750
  • Hunting Gallery – £1,500

*Prices range depending on Gallery capacity and does not include additional hospitality charges

Hosted Evening Reception – Museum Galleries

Sustainable Travel Partner

£10,000 (+VAT)

Showcase your commitment to sustainability through this partnership opportunity. As local authorities and businesses look to lessen their impact on the environment, this package enables your dedication to the Net Zero agenda to be visible to your target audience and potential clients, whilst building lasting relationships through the networking taking place on-board the train.

Benefits:

  • Official sponsorship of two privately chartered carriages on the train from London to Leeds
  • Ability to create a unique networking event on board – a stand out fringe-event before the event truly begins
  • Branding with the train carriages and on all promotional activity we send to businesses to secure their train journey
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Branding on the forum website and at the event
  • Your logo will be displayed on the front page of the website
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and videos of the event

Fringe Event Promotion Partner

£1,500 (+VAT)

If you are interested in running a fringe event across the city to complement the UKREiiF programme, then we will add this to our official programme.

Whether it be a netwalking event or drinks reception, we’ll help promote your event whilst giving you early access to attendee information allowing you to develop your ideal target audience and contact them in advance to invite them. This package includes:

Benefits:

  • Your fringe event officially promoted within the official UKREiiF programme and agenda
  • Early access to the attendee list to contact your target audience in advance to invite to your fringe event
  • Promotional activity across our news and social platforms to publicise your fringe event
  • Package applies to those who are not already an exhibitor or sponsor, wishing to associate to the UKREiiF event

Fringe Event Partners

Premium VIP Ticket Package

£10,000 (+VAT)

Be one of only 20 Premium VIP ticket holders at UKREiiF 2023.
Benefits:

  • One VIP ticket to UKREiiF
  • Personal facilitation of up to six meetings per day with any attendee at UKREiiF (subject to availability)
  • Seat on up to three roundtables
  • Invitation to up to four VIP breakfasts, lunches or dinners
  • Invitation to Built Environment Leaders Group at UKREiiF
  • Eight tickets at the Awards event

Exhibition Opportunities

From £5,375 (+VAT)

We will be running two exhibition areas at the event – both positioned ideally either side of the main pavilion square.

Exhibition Stand Prices:

  • 3m2 – £5,375 + VAT
  • 4m2 – £7,500 + VAT
  • 6m2 – £10,750 + VAT
  • 8m2 – £15,000 + VAT
  • 9m2 – £16,125 + VAT
  • 12m2 – £21,500 + VAT
  • 16m2 – £30,000 + VAT
  • 24m2 – £45,000 + VAT
  • 32m2 – £60,000 + VAT

Exhibition Packages Include:

  • Two delegate passes for event days of the forum
  • Access to attendee information to pre-arrange one-to-one meetings
  • Ability to run a fringe event on your exhibition stand to be promoted on the main programme

Exhibitors

Become a Partner

If you’re interested in any of the packages above or if you’re interested in finding out additional information then contact us on:

0113 390 4700

opportunities@built-environment-networking.com

Join us for the UKREiiF Festival of Achievement – set to take place at Millennium Square in Leeds on the first evening of UKREiiF – Tuesday 16th May.

The festival will recognise innovation, inspirational leadership and world class partnerships across real estate, property and infrastructure, with over 600 professionals from the sector coming together to enjoy an evening of celebration.

Unlike a traditional awards ceremony we’re scrapping the traditional sit-down meal and instead are created an incredible and vibrant awards ceremony that brings together networking, pop-up food and beverage stalls, entertainment, games and more to truly create a more inclusive and diverse event.

Awards are now option to nominate with a closing date of 17th March 2023. Awards available to enter include:

Individual Awards

  • UKREiiF Net Zero Pioneer of the Year
  • UKREiiF EDI Champion of the Year
  • UKREiiF Graduate Star of the Year
  • UKREiiF Top Apprentice of the Year
  • UKREiiF People and Skills Torchbearer Award
  • UKREiiF Futurist Trailblazer of the Year
  • UKREiiF Public Sector Impact Award; Sponsored by Tile Hill
  • Spirit of UKREiiF Award

Spirit of UKREiiF Company Awards

  • Investor of the Year
  • Developer of the Year
  • Law Practice of the Year; Sponsored by First Title Insurance
  • Agent of the Year
  • Consultancy of the Year
  • Contractor of the Year; Sponsored by Perfect Circle
  • Architect of the Year

Our Advisory Group will form part of our judging panel which is made up of:

Here you’ll find important travel and hospitality information which might help you plan you attendance at UKREiiF in May 2023.

When and where is UKREiiF 2023?

UKREiiF will take across three days in Leeds City Centre at the Royal Armouries and New Dock on the following days:

Tuesday 16th May 2023

Wednesday 17th May 2023

Thursday 18th May 2023

Venue Address:

Royal Armouries and Leeds Dock, The Boulevard, Leeds, LS10 1PZ

The venue is easy to access by car, train or plane.

Travelling to the venue

By train – The venue is located in close proximity to Leeds Train Station (0.8 miles) with an easy walking route through the city or options for bus, taxi or water taxi nearby. Direct services run to Leeds from all major cities and for more information you can click here for the National Rail website.

By car – There are numerous car parks across Leeds City Centre, however the closest is CitiPark at New Dock which is the most environmentally friendly multi-storey in the UK with over 1,600 spaces. You can pre-book your parking via the website.

Address: CitiPark, Armouries Drive, LS10 1LE

By plane – The closest airport is Leeds Bradford Yorkshire’s Airport with frequent bus transport and taxi’s available from the airport to the city centre. Other airports in close proximity include Manchester Airport with a direct route from the Airport to Leeds train station.

By bike – There will be opportunities to join the likes of Club Peloton on a ride to UKREiiF in addition to alternative options including travelling yourself. There is several bike sheds at the event to secure your bike.

By water taxi – Next to the train station there is a water taxi that will run frequently between there and the event venue, and back. Details of frequency and time will be shared here ahead of the event.

Hotels

There are many hotels and places to stay across the city of Leeds – but below have secured hotel rooms at a reduced fee, or reserved for UKREiiF delegates.

As we draw closer to the event the options on this list are likely to reduce, but the hotels below are all in close proximity to the Leeds Armouries and New Dock area.

Fringe Venues

To ensure businesses who partner with UKREiiF have venues to run their fringe events we have secured a number of venues and spaces across the city.

Below we’ve collated a number of these venues, the rooms and capacity – if you’re a sponsor already or interested in running an official fringe event then have a look at the venues secured and get in touch with us today.

Tickets

Physical Event Ticket Super Early Bird Discount End 30th November £800.00 £650.00

Attendee 1

Attendee ticket price: £650

Physical Event Ticket – Public Sector, Charities and SME’s (less than 50 staff) Super Early Bird Discount End 30th November £680.00 £555.00

Attendee 1

Attendee ticket price: £555

UKREiiF Festival of Achievement Table (6 Tickets Included) – Awards and Celebration The Festival of Achievement will take place on the evening of Tuesday 16th May. 30th November £1,200.00 £900.00

Attendee 1

Attendee ticket price: £900

UKREiiF Festival of Achievement Ticket – Awards and Celebration The Festival of Achievement will take place on the evening of Tuesday 16th May. 30th November £200.00

Attendee 1

Attendee ticket price: £200

Please note – we are actively encouraging a diverse attendance from companies and if purchasing multiple tickets we would ask that you review this so your company looks to offer opportunities to under represented groups in the industry to attend. For those booking five or more tickets we will also offer an additional free ticket which can be used by someone under the age of 25 to encourage youth to attend and offer a platform to the next generation.

Details

Start Date:
Tuesday, 16th May 2023

Start Time:
0800hrs

End Date:
Thursday, 18th May 2023

End Time:
1700hrs

Cost:
£200 – £900

Venue

Leeds City Centre – Royal Armouries Leeds & Leeds Dock
New Dock, Armouries Dr, Leeds LS10 1LT, UK

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