BCO Research Launch - The Future of Corporate Headquarters: Opportunities for the Region

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The BCO and BCO NextGen are delighted to invite you to our forthcoming seminar on opportunities for the region's office market.

Start Date / Time 25 Apr 2017 17:00
End Date / Time 25 Apr 2017 19:30
Venue Burges Salmon, One Glass Wharf, Bristol BS2 0ZX
National No
Region South West England and South Wales
Type Seminar
Available to Non Members Yes
Members Price FREE
Non-member Price £20.83 ex VAT (£25.00 inc VAT)

Description

The seminar follows on from a research paper sponsored by Burges Salmon and prepared for the BCO by Cushman & Wakefield on whether London's dominance of the office market is waning.

The seminar will look at the findings of the research paper on whether London's dominance of the office market is waning and highlight the opportunities for regional markets - congestion and connectivity, rising occupational costs and staff costs, devolution and Brexit. The seminar will look at Bristol's strengths and what may prevent it attracting inward investment.

Join us for what will be an enjoyable and informative evening and to enjoy drinks and networking with your fellow BCO members after the presentations.

Speakers:
Richard Clark, Partner, Burges Salmon (co-chair)
Ross Polkinghorne, Partner, Burges Salmon (co-chair)
Elaine Rossall, Partner & Head of Central London Research, Cushman & Wakefield
Scott Rutherford, Partner & Head of Cushman and Wakefield Birmingham
Chris Darling, Architect of 3 Glass Wharf & Managing Director at Darling Associates
Stuart Horne, Head of Estates, HMRC
Tom Roberts, Head of Strategic Investment & Regeneration, Legal & General

PLEASE NOTE - Online bookings for this event are now closed. If you would like to attend, please call us on 020 7283 0125 or email events@bco.org.uk



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AGENDA

17.00  Registration and refreshments

17.30  Welcome from Richard Clark, Partner, Burges Salmon (Event Chair)

17.35  Presentation:

         Elaine Rossall, Partner & Head of Central London Research, Cushman & Wakefield

18.05  Panel Discussion and Q&A

18.35  Networking and refreshments 

19.30  Close of event