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Rise & Shine: The Future of East London

Event Ended On: Tuesday June 12 2018

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Event Host

Events Raw Space

Goodluck Hope

Encircled by water, Goodluck Hope is a new riverside neighbourhood comprising 804 homes, phase one is due to complete in 2020. Adjacent to London City Island, future home to English National Ballet and The London Film School, Goodluck Hope is a short walk to Canning Town station across a new pedestrian footbridge.

Developed by Ballymore, one of Europe’s leading property developers synonymous with great design, architecture and regeneration and with a reputation for innovative projects that push boundaries and energise cities.

Events Speakers and Panels

The Land Of Vast Opportunities

A true culture-education-business melting pot

Tim Reeve

Tim Reeve

​COO, Victoria and Albert Museum​

London's New Workplace Wonders

East London as an innovation hub - A commercial proposition with a wellbeing & collaboration focus

Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Breakfast & Networking
8:30 AM
8:40 AM
Opening Remarks by Ballymore
8:40 AM
9:20 AM
The Land Of Vast Opportunities
A true culture-education-business melting pot
9:20 AM
10:00 AM
London's New Workplace Wonders
East London as an innovation hub - A commercial proposition with a wellbeing & collaboration focus
10:00 AM
10:30 AM
Post Panel Networking

Venue/Parking

Goodluck Hope by Ballymore
Sales Suite
Orchard Place, Poplar, E14 0JU

Parking available at London City Island multi-story car park   43 Orchard Place, E14 0JW

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Event Summary

East London is the fastest growing area of the capital and it has been playing a vital role in supporting London's growth. The area now driving this growth has expanded in recent years, stretching from Clerkenwell to Shoreditch, Whitechapel, over to Stratford and beyond, and continues to go from strength to strength. Today, the

area is home to more than two million people, and

according to the government, East London is forecasted to produce

125,000 additional jobs by 2030 on top of the 110,000 new jobs it produced since 2012.

What is it about East London that has drawn not only flagships of London art, culture & education to the area, but also international brands and businesses? What can other areas learn?

Please join us for Bisnow's Future of East London event and meet the creative stakeholders who are driving the growth, and finding opportunities for investment and development in the East. We will bring together the visionaries pioneering new markets and new living spaces, and setting the template that other parts of London and the world are now following.



For questions, comments or press inquiries, email UK Director, Natascha, at Natascha.Bhuiyan@bisnow.com





 
1. What has helped East London to become the fastest growing neighborhood? What are useful strategies to promote private & public sector collaboration?
 
2.  What is it about East London that has drawn these flagships of London art, culture & education to the area?
 
3. The war for talent: What does East London provide as a business district that other locations may not?
 
4. How do businesses cluster and create centers of innovation?
 
5. How can an area become a catalyst to drive organizational change?

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