20 Dec 2012 | 03:11 pm |
LandAid is pleased to announce Pinsent Masons as major sponsor for the LandAid Debate 2013 to be held at City Hall.
After a stunning year on the international stage with London hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games – the ultimate worldwide sports event – we’ll be looking at globally competitive cities and asking “Can London stay ahead of the game?”
Joanna Averley, Chief Executive at LandAid, said “this is a great opportunity to work in partnership with Pinsent Masons, providing a platform for engaging discussion across the property industry while also aiming to raise over £50,000 for LandAid beneficiary charities.”
Following its merger this year with McGrigors, Pinsent Masons now has the UK's largest real estate legal team, and with offices across the UK, Europe, the Gulf and Asia brings a global perspective to the evening.
"These are exciting times for both London and Pinsent Masons and our support of the LandAid debate is a reflection of this," said Arthur Lovitt, Head of Real Estate.
The LandAid Debate will be looking at topics and discussions arising at the time. We’d expect to be covering the impact of technology, logistics and transport, developments across London, the rise of the BRIC states and the wider global economic situation.
The LandAid Debate 2013 takes place on Wednesday 6 March 2013 in the Debating Chamber of London’s City Hall. The event also raises funds for LandAid projects, working to help disadvantaged 16-24 year olds in the UK.
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