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Twentytwo is a people-focused workplace in the heart of the City of London. Under construction and due to complete in late 2019, the 62-storey building puts user experience at the centre of its offer. A range of spaces are designed to energise and inspire occupiers. The 12,000-strong community will have a fresh food market, innovation hub, gym with London’s first climbing window 125 metres from the ground, a wellbeing retreat, business club, bike park, as well as a free public viewing gallery. And art intervenes throughout.
Twentytwo is designed by PLP Architecture and developed by AXA Investment Managers – Real Assets in partnership with Lipton Rogers Developments.
Deputy Mayor for Planning, Regeneration and Skills
Greater London Authority
The Crown Estate
Head of Europe
Hermes Real Estate
Head of Cities, South & East of England
UK Head of Development
AXA IM, Real Assets
Head of Strategy and Outcome Planning
London & Continental Railways
Great Portland Estates
The Office Group
Starwood Capital Group
Senior Director Private Real Estate
Property Acquisitions Manager
Director of Business Development, Marketing & Comms
EMEIA Real Estate Leader
Head of Research
Director, Global Occupier Trends
Head of Occupier Business Performance
Cushman & Wakefield
Macdonald & Company
Norton Rose Fulbright
MORE SPEAKERS TO BE ANNOUNCED
Registration, Breakfast & Networking!
Bisnow & Gensler: Welcome to LSOM 2018!
Jules Pipe, Deputy Mayor for Planning, Regeneration and Skills
London State of the Market: 2019 Brexit & Beyond
David Partridge, CEO, Argent
Faisal Durrani, Head of Research, Cluttons
Toby Courtauld, CEO, Great Portland Estates
Kathryn Harrison, Managing Director, Deutsche Bank
Moderator: David Hawkins, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright
Experiential Real Estate & Its Role Within BTR Schemes
James Seppala, Head of Europe, Blackstone Brendan Geraghty, Director, Geraghty Taylor Fiona D’Silva, Head of Origination, Kennedy Wilson Europe Martin King, Director, First Port Moderator: Sam Nichols, Partner, Maples Teesdale
Coffee Break & Speed Deal-Making
Smart Buildings & Flexible Working
Harry Badham, UK Head of Development, AXA IM Andrew O’Donnell, EMEIA Real Estate Leader, EY Duncan Swinhoe, Principal, Gensler Moderator: Despina Katsikakis, Head of Occupier Business Performance, Cushman & Wakefield
Lunch & Networking!
Access Over Ownership: How to benefit & not get crushed from tech disruption & the sharing economy
Charlie Green, Co-CEO, The Office Group Patrick Weiss, Property Acquisitions Manager, Deliveroo Cody Bradshaw, Managing Director, Starwood Moderator: Mike Phillips, Editor, Bisnow
The Future of Urban Mobility & The Effects on Regeneration: What are the key destinations and sectors for future growth?
Eugenie Teasley, Head of Cities, South & East of England, UBER Lilli Matson, Head of Strategy and Outcome Planning, TFL Nicky Wightman, Director, Global Occupier Trends, Savills Lorraine Baldry, Chairman, London & Continental Railways Moderator: Alexander Jan, Chief Economist, Arup
Stretch Break & Networking!
The Importance of Hiring Great People
Alison Nimmo, CEO, The Crown Estate Chris Grigg, CEO, British Land Moderator: Peter Moore, Managing Director, Macdonald & Company
2019 Global Investment Snapshot
Richard Yorke, Director, CoStar
2019 Global Investment Forecast: How will the international real estate and capital markets landscape develop and affect London?
Collin Lau, Founder, Bei Capital Mathieu Elshout, Senior Director Private Real Estate, PGGM Chris Taylor, CEO, Hermes Investment Managers Moderator: Helen Murcott, Partner, DAC Beachcroft
London State of the Market
Prices did not drop as expected after Brexit and values remain near all-time highs in some sectors. According to The Loan Market Association, the next U.K. property downturn will occur by 2020 at the latest. With a hard Brexit on the horizon in 2019 and a forthcoming downtown, how will the London and global market develop next year? Which geographical areas and sectors will remain a safe haven to deploy equity and debt?
Come and join Bisnow's 3rd Annual State of the Market event, where we'll be taking an in-depth look into London's new projects, what cross-border investors think, growth opportunities across asset classes and what keeps our All-Star panelists up at night. We've gathered the biggest names in London and global commercial real estate to give an all-encompassing update on where London is now, and where it will be tomorrow.
Please note that this is an extended morning event. Please join us early and stay late - there will be plenty of schmooze time.
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Bisnow events are known for facilitating deal-making with lots of networking opportunities. Whether you are an owner, developer, manager, broker, lender, supplier, or consultant, your company is a crucial part of London's commercial real estate market. Bisnow offers many opportunities for you to build good will and raise your company’s profile in this ever-changing industry. You’ll connect with existing and potential customers, partners, distributors, investors and vendors, and have the opportunity to showcase your products and services in front of a large and relevant audience.
Venue & Travel
See Directions Here
GETTING TO TWENTYTWO
WALKING FROM LIVERPOOL ST
1. Take exit onto Bishopsgate;
2. Follow the road southwards,
past the Heron Tower;
3. At the turning with Great St
Helen’s, take a left, follow the
road around to the right and
pass along the colourful hording
onto the Undershaft;
4. Follow this right and you will
see the steps leading up to
the site entrance.
WALKING FROM BANK
1. Take exit onto Cornhill;
2. Follow Cornhill straight until the
junction at Leadenhall Street;
3. Continue straight, and head left
through The Leadenhall Building
concourse until you reach the
4. The site entrance is visible up the
short flight of stairs opposite.
TAXI DROP OFF POINT
Twentytwo, 22 Bishopsgate
Floor 5 - Marketing Suite