09 Oct 2019
Status: Available Places: 15 Price : £70.00
Welcome to the Developers Boardroom meetings for established SME Developers, Investors and Professionals. These invitation-only intimate board meetings offer directors and decision makers the opportunity to work through a fantastic 2-course meal in a luxurious setting, as well as the opportunities and challenges of the property industry as it stands today.
The Supper at Bank is hosted by Richard Wombwell of Blue Castle Partners.
This week, our special guest is Ian Knight, Head of Accelerated Delivery - SW at Homes England.
Phil has over a decade of experience buying and selling land for residential and mixed commercial uses, and has acted for a wide range of partners in the North West region - including local authorities, registered providers, urban regeneration companies and private sector developers.
Since joining Homes England in 2014, Phil has led on some of the Agency's most high profile land transactions - and has served as lead project manager for the successful residential led regeneration of Ancoats in Manchester.
More recently, Phil moved to a national role within the Agency - where he has led a re-design of Homes England’s approach to selling land.
Each session contains a live 15-minute interview with a top industry professional, followed by News review and then open board discussion, rounded up with Rapid Referrals.
This unique style and relaxed meeting is a really great chance to connect, learn and share with like-minded, experienced people in the property industry.
There are no agenda items for this event.
Ian is a Chartered Surveyor with over 30-years experience in the development and regeneration field. He has extensive experience of unlocking development sites to deliver housing and works primarily with land owned and controlled by Homes England. The projects he has been involved in have ranged from small infill development sites, working with SME Developers to major new communities being delivered at locations such as Cranbrook, East of Exeter and Sherford, near Plymouth. Ian is committed to exploring ways to expand opportunities to tap into the potential for SME housebuilders to help accelerate the pace of new housing delivery and recognises the contribution that smaller developers often make to creating projects of the highest quality which are well-received by local communities. Other areas of interest include community-led development and custom build.