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Birmingham State of the Market 2019

Reimagining & Redeveloping A City For The Future

Event Ended On: Wednesday May 1 2019

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Event Host

Events Raw Space

Oozells Building

As the first privately managed city centre estate, for 25 years Brindley has been Birmingham’s byword for best-in-business, with timeless buildings set around intimate public realms offering a range of accommodation for all occupiers.

Having seen the completion of a £4 million investment in the Oozells Building, ongoing investment – including a further £3 million to revitalise Three and Four Brindleyplace – ensures Brindley remains relevant and desirable in an exciting, fast-moving market with a limited number of suites currently available.

Events Speakers and Panels

The Birmingham Brand

Designing The City Of Tomorrow

Office Market Outlook 2019

Designing The City Of Tomorrow

Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Breakfast & Schmooze
8:30 AM
8:55 AM
Moving The Midlands Property Market
What Infrastructure Can And Cannot Do?
8:55 AM
9:35 AM
The Birmingham Brand
Designing The City Of Tomorrow
9:35 AM
9:40 AM
Networking Break
9:40 AM
10:20 AM
Office Market Outlook 2019
10:20 AM
10:45 AM
Post Panel Networking

Venue/Parking

Oozells Building
9 Brindleyplace
B1 2JB

Floor: 4th floor

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Event Summary

It is no secret that the UK’s second city is going through an exciting time of re-development and growth. Birmingham is booming! Developer and investor confidence across the city has lead to record level constructions rates with the promise of HS2 and the forthcoming 2022 Commonwealth Games. The city has been keen to erase the planning mistakes and concrete-themed architecture of the 1960s and 70s, leaving Brutalist Birmingham almost unrecognizable. In redesigning the city though, are we at risk of it becoming too bland? How will Birmingham brand itself in becoming the city of tomorrow? For questions, comments or press inquiries, email Natascha at Natascha.Bhuiyan@bisnow.com

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1.) What can we expect and want for the Birmingham of tomorrow? How do we create a city where people want to live, work and play?

2.) Is the Jewellery Quarter and the Gay Village at risk of being erased from Birmingham? How do we keep the character of the city while progressing forward?

3.) Americans? Germans? Malaysians? Or Koreans? Who will lead the next wave of investment in Birmingham offices? What should they spend their money on? What does Birmingham need to grow its economy?

4.) Amidst rising costs and fears about delivery, would it matter to the office market if HS2 didn't happen?

5.) Serviced and flexible workspace was the big story of 2018, claiming a rising share of take-up. Will we continue to see the market grow?

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