14 Jun 2018 - King’s Building, King’s College London, Strand Campus, Strand, London, WC2R 2LS
An Institute of Economic Development CPD event focussed on innovative strategic funding for regeneration and economic development. The purpose of the session is to give the audience insight into innovative, strategic funding solutions for regeneration projects. It will touch on creative options to attract and package funding, as well as highlighting a variety of regeneration projects that have effectively secured funding and been successively delivered.
The attendees will leave the afternoon feeling informed, motivated and wanting to find out more.
We’re delighted to announce a number of highly experienced speakers, with plenty of regeneration experience, from; Stanley Hicks, Aviva Investors and Clarion Housing.
This is a free event open to IED members and interested parties.
The event is endorsed by the IED for official CPD.
Booking is required, to book your place email email@example.com.
This event is brought to you from event sponsors Gen² Property.
Date: Thursday, 14 June 2018
Venue: King’s Building, King’s College London, Strand Campus, Strand, London, WC2R 2LS
Timings: 13.00 – 13.15 Arrival and registration
13.15 – 13.55 Lunch
14.00 – 14.15 Introduction from the Institute of Economic Development, Dawn Hudd Immediate Past Chair IED
14.15 – 14.55 Speaker one – Richard Greenaway, Stanley Hicks
14.55 – 15.35 Speaker two – Andrew Appleyard, Aviva Investors
15.35 – 15.55 Refreshment break with tea / coffee / water and biscuits
16.00 – 16.30 Speaker three – Clarion Housing
16.30 – 16.45 Close from Gen² Property
Transport: The nearest underground station is Temple, accessible via the Circle and District
lines. You will arrive behind the King’s building.
Speaker One - Richard Greenaway, FRICS, Stanley Hicks
Richard is an experienced, brilliant surveyor, he works with some of the UK’s largest church dioceses that need to expand schools but have no money. He helps them put deals together with house builders to expand the school in return for land sales. He has lots of knowledge of working with housebuilders to fund capital intensive community projects.
Richard Greenaway will be talking about his experience of expanding school capacity, structuring funding deals that add value for communities.
Speaker Two – Andrew Appleyard, Aviva Investors
Andrew Appleyard, Head of Residential and Alternative Real Estate is from Aviva Investors and will talk about how local authorities can shape their investment propositions to appeal to big investors. Gen² are working with Aviva on finding a way to fund innovative building emergency housing units from revenue and not capital. This will help pave the way for new, quick, effective solutions for homelessness.
Speaker Three - to be confirmed, Clarion Housing
A senior executive at Clarion Housing will give an overview of a variety of regeneration projects, that are funded differently. Highlighting the funding strategies, the challenges and the outcomes.
Clarion were one of the first to adopt a cross subsidy approach to funding, their experience includes the regeneration of estates, working in close partnership with local authorities. They understand that there is no one size fits all approach to regeneration. They are currently working with Westminster City Council and Southwark Council as a development partner, through which affordable housing will be passed back to the Council on completion. They will also talk about the need for good quality engagement with existing residents and the local community.
Brought to you by:
Gen² Property are RICs regulated, public sector property experts. They are a property and project management consultancy with a focus on public sector clients in London and the South East.
With more than 100 staff made up of experienced in-house surveyors, project managers and cost management specialists. They provide new capacity with capital programmes; improve the performance of existing estates and they ensure workplace safety and wellbeing. Beyond projects, Gen² manage property operations with their facilities management and maintenance services.
Gen²’s vision is to be the trusted property services advisor of choice to public sector clients in London and the South East. They understand clients’ needs and objectives and deliver of social and financial value, delivering excellent standards of service, in a commercially aware but ethical manner.
The Institute of Economic Development (IED) is the UK’s leading independent professional body representing economic development and regeneration practitioners working for local and regional communities. Established over 30 years ago, the IED's key objective is to represent the interests of its members and ensure their views are widely expressed and noted.
The IED is committed to demonstrating the value of economic development work for local and regional communities; the pursuit of best practice in economic development and the attainment of the highest standards of professional conduct and competence.
They manage a valuable network of professionals engaged in economic development and its associated professions from both the private and public sectors enabling best practice is shared, knowledge is enhanced, and professional development is accelerated.
The IED provide and promote a range of Continuous Professional Development opportunities at national and regional levels through our regional network and partner organisations.< Back