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The Future of Real Estate - Panel Discussion 19th September 2019

last modified Jul 19, 2019 12:26 PM
Flexible working, environmental protection and vehicle automation are just some of the trends that will impact commercial real estate markets over the next five years.

Hosted by the Cambridge University Land Society at GL Hearn's Gresham Street building in London from 5.30pm on Thursday 19th September, this interesting panel discussion will examine how these, and other emerging trends may impact on the built environment and give us pause for thought as to what the individual, investor and real estate professional may wish to consider in the not too distant future.

The event is chaired by Andrew Baum, Professor of Practice, Said Business School, University of Oxford with Panellists:

  • Adam Catchpole, CEO of Red Tiger Properties
  • Kevin Mofid, Head of Industrial Research, Savills
  • Andrew Whittingham, Director at Motion Consultants
  • Yair Ginor, Founder at Frame (re) and Guest Lecturer at Said Business School, University of Oxford.

Drinks will follow the panel discussion.

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CULS is hosting a panel discussion on Thursday 19th September, examining how flexible working, environmental protection and vehicle automation are just some of the trends that will impact commercial real estate markets over the next five years.

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