Welcome to CamPropFest 2020

THURSDAY 17th SEPTEMBER

Listen to inspirational speakers talking about the future of Cambridgeshire and the changing perception of the property landscape

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Celebrating the value of property across Cambridgeshire

WALKS

See Cambridge at street level and view the changing architectural vernacular as it strives to become one of the most innovative and progressive Cities in northern Europe.

FULL PROGRAMME

TALKS

Listen to the people making the decisions on the future of Cambridgeshire and be challenged by speakers with different views and approaches to the many issues driving the region.

FULL PROGRAMME

2020 CamPropFest Speakers

Matthew Battle

Matthew Battle

UK Property Forums

Agne Milukaite

Agne Milukaite

cycle.land

Sue Foxley

Sue Foxley

Bidwells

Naisha Polaine

Naisha Polaine

Department of International Trade

Rob Hall

Rob Hall

Hill

Ian Vickers

Ian Vickers

Wates

Doug Higgins

Doug Higgins

First Base

Kate Wyatt

Kate Wyatt

Wates

SCHEDULE

In the run up to the inaugural CamPropFest, we’ve developed a programme which is tailored to the Cambridgeshire property market and also provides delegates with an opportunity to experience one of Cambridge’s finest venues.

Confirmed Programme

  • Monday 16th March: CamPropFest launched
  • Thursday 17th September: CamPropFest 2020 @Homerton College

WALKS

Please note that the Walks are optional for all delegates however we cannot discount the tickets if you do not join the Walks.

10.30 – 12.30

10.30 – 12.30

Option 1: CB1 with Brookgate: A New City Quarter for Cambridge

Meet 10.30am  (at the Front Entrance, Homerton College, Hills Road)

CB1 is the regeneration of the Station Road area of Cambridge, with a focus on more sustainable, safer and healthier community living. This new urban community has been designed to complement the elegance and charm of Cambridge, reflecting the city’s finest qualities.

The development is well advanced and when finished, it will be home to state-of-the-art workplaces, desirable housing, and retail and recreational facilities for residents, workers and visitors. The development also includes the restoration of listed buildings and enhancement of Cambridge’s natural attributes and architectural heritage.

(Note: Delegate must purchase ticket for Walks+Talks to go on this tour, numbers are restricted – registration required.)

Option 2: Northstowe, Cambridge

Meet 10.30am  (at the Front Entrance, Homerton College, Hills Road)

Northstowe is based on the site of the former RAF Oakington base and surrounding farmland between Cambridge and Huntingdon, Northstowe is a sustainable new development that is richly steeped in local history, giving it an identity that is entirely unique and one that promotes health and wellbeing. Urban Splash are the lead developer on this project and our sponsor for this event.

Web link: https://www.northstowe.com/

(Note: Delegate must purchase ticket for Walks+Talks to go on this tour, numbers are restricted – registration required.)

TALKS

We have availability at CamPropFest in the Talks section for 100 people. Please also note that the Walks are optional for all delegates however we cannot discount the tickets if you do not join the Walks.

  • All Sessions are subject to change *

12:30 – 14:00

14:00 – 14:50

14:50 – 15:40

16:00 – 16:50

16:50 – 17:40

17:40 – 17:45

18:00 – 20:00

Lunch served at HOMERTON College

Lunch served in the Great Hall at Homerton College. Opportunity to see exhibition and other people promoting.

Session 1 - GREAT PLACES

Position Paper
Sue Foxley, Research Director, Bidwells

How can a sense of place and location drive a successful region such as Cambridgeshire? What will developments of the future look like and how what new ideas for living will need to be grasped? How can the pressure to build be balanced with the need for biodiversity and green spaces?

Session Leads
Gareth Wilson, Partner, Barton Willmore
Sharon Brown, Assistant Director of Planning, Greater Cambridge
Harriet Fear MBE, Honorary Vice Chair, Cambridge Ahead (Invited)
Matt Sampson, Development Director, U+I

Session 2 - CLIMATE CHANGES

Greater Cambridgeshire wants to be a zero carbon City by 2031.  How must the infrastructure and transport offer for Cambridge change and what must be done to mitigate through the adoption of progressive developments and transport initiatives?

Session Chair & Leaders
Elliot Page, Director – Transport, Stantec (Speaker – Invited)
Agne Milukaite, CEO, Cycle Land
Jonny Vincent, CEO, Pace Investments
Roland Bull, Partner – Head of Rural Investment, Bidwells

Session 3 - DELIVERY

Ensuring that projects are delivered is key and without set programmes, projects will not be completed.  What must happen to the delivery and planning process to make the Greater Cambridge plan a reality? Where should Cambridge be locating new developments and how will be decisions be taken on new development locations?

Session Chair & Leaders
Ian Vickers, Managing Director – Home Counties, Wates
Rob Hall, Deputy Managing Director, Hill

Session 4 - PEOPLE & SOCIAL INCLUSION

Recruitment, employment and the population of new workplaces is part of the future success for Cambridge. How should the region shape the office of the future and what are the pressures facing occupiers moving to the region?

Session Leads
Olaide Oboh, Director of Partnerships, First Base (Invited)
Naisha Polaine, Senior Advisor – Large Capital, Business & Investor Relations, Dept for International Trade
Mark Latham, Regeneration Director, Urban Splash

Summary Session

Close and get ready for CamPropFest 2020 Drinks Reception!

Drinks Reception

DRINKS RECEPTION ON THE TERRACE OF HOMERTON COLLEGE

Keynote

Sponsored by: Hewitsons

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If you’d like to become one in 2020 please contact us 0203 478 7340 or  info@ukpropertyforums.com

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The Location

Homerton College
Hills Road
Cambridge
CB2 8PH

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