THE PLACE WHERE LEADERS MEET

UKREiiF Leaders Group brings together the individuals and the businesses who are are investing, developing and designing our future towns and cities.

It is a place where innovators, influencers and leaders connect – bringing together a unique mix of public and private sector figures together.

We meet in-person every month to participate in strategic discussions, develop industry thought leadership and share feedback with high-level policy makers on how we can accelerate growth and prosperity through our industry. Our membership includes a wide mixture of investors, developers, government departments, and other key players across the built environment.

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UPCOMING EVENTS:

Tuesday, 5th March 2024 0900hrs – 1200hrs @ Pewterers’ Hall, Oat Lane, London, EC2V 7DE 

Guest Speaker

Kerry McCarthy
Shadow Minister for Climate Change

Labour Party

The format for the March Leaders Group will be a breakfast meeting and roundtable discussion and our guest speaker is Kerry McCarthy, Shadow Minister for Climate Change, Labour Party. Kerry is very keen to share the Labour Part’s plans for addressing Climate Change and the journey to net zero and also wants to ask the question, ‘what does the sector need from Gov’?

In addition to Kerry the roundtable will include the following:

  • Chinyelu Oranefo – Director of Sustainability and ESG Finance, Lloyds Bank
  • Frances Moffett-Kouadio, Strategic Investment Director Thames Estuary Growth Board
  • Alastair Evans, Government and Corporate Affairs Director, Rolls-Royce SMR
  • Anna Devlet – Head of Social Sustainability, British Land
  • Pete Gladwell, Group Social Impact & Investment Director L&G
  • Jamie Quinn – Director of Sustainability, Related Argent
  • Neelum Choudhury, Head of ESG, Tandem Property Asset Management
  • Jonnie Allan, Partner, Cundall
  • Richard Ellis, Director of Sustainability, Peabody

Other discussion points will include: planning policy, challenges, what is feasible (financially), where in the sector is investment most critically needed to enable growth? How can a Labour Government reform planning and regulation  to get Britain building again, with reference to the announcements that Keir made at Labour Conference on both grid and planning reform? How can a Labour Government ensure businesses and workers have the skills needed for the transition?

  • 09.00 –  Doors open for networking – Tea, Coffee and Breakfast served
  • 09:45 -11.15 – Sit down for roundtable with Kerry McCarthy including Q&A
  • 11:15  – Networking with Kerry and Refreshments
  • 11:30 – Networking
  • 12:00 – Event closes

Tuesday, 23rd April 2024 1530hrs – 2030hrs @ Pewterers’ Hall, Oat Lane, London, EC2V 7DE 

Guest Speaker

Greg Hands MP
Minister for London and Minister for Trade Policy

Tuesday, 4th June 2024 0900hrs – 1300hrs @ Pewterers’ Hall, Oat Lane, London, EC2V 7DE 

Guest Speaker

Rushanara Ali
Shadow Minister for Investment and Small Business

Labour Party

Tuesday, 18th June 2024 1530hrs – 2030hrs @ Pewterers’ Hall, Oat Lane, London, EC2V 7DE 

Guest Speaker

James Craddock

James Craddock
Managing Director

Guest Speaker

Jason Longhurst
UK Head of Sustainable Investment & Partnerships

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Kathryn Oldale
Head of Strategy, Policy & Communications

Guest Speaker

Kate Howe

Kate Howe
Development Director

Tritax Symmetry

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GETTING INVOLVED

Membership to UKREiiF Leaders Group ranges in price depending on if you’re an SME or larger organisation – membership lasts for a 12-month period.

Within the period there will be monthly in-person meetings primarily hosted at various venues including morning, lunch and dinner events with exclusive guests including Government Ministers.

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