The Pinsent Masons’ Real Estate team would be delighted if you could join us, along with Avison Young and Allies & Morrison for the second of our series of events exploring the role in which Garden Communities may play in accelerating the recovery of the housing market.

Following from our well attended session in February 2020, we are seeking to collectively consider what role Garden Communities have to play within the need for major housing delivery at scale following the current period of uncertainty.

This session will provide a focused panel debate which seeks to share critical thinking across both the public and private sector and will explore what role all parties can play in this recovery. We are very excited to share with you our confirmed panellists below.
We hope you can join us for this interesting and insightful webinar and across the wider series.

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Event date

10:00 BST

Speakers

James Scott

Director of Planning & Communication at Urban&Civic plc

Kimberley Grieveson

Director at Avison Young

Lord Matthew Taylor

Baron at Goss Moor

Tim Atkins

MD of Place and Growth at Cheltenham Borough Council