Sponsorship, Partnership and Consultancy

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SEGRO

It first started in 2005 when we developed the second Thames Valley Property Forum in Slough, Where have all the people gone? . Attended by more than 120 people, the UK Property Forum developed with SEGRO (or Slough Estates as it was then known as) a platform of presentations and sessions, which showcased the proposed developments within the Slough Industrial Estate. This relationship has continued into a long term relationship with shared objectives of promoting the Thames Valley in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. We developed the theme across their Winnersh IQ brands and more recently the changing nature of the Thames Valley market as it develops from being just an office location to becoming a center for industrial and logistics companies.

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Argent Services LLP

UK Property Forum and Argent Services have had a productive relationship since 2006 when we developed Station Life, held at The Gymnasium, King’s Cross and featured speakers involved in the development of the redeveloped King’s Cross and St Pancras schemes. This relationship went on to help create successful conferences in 2012 looking at London’s housing crisis, Homes for Working London and in Manchester this year exploring the theme of Staying Super Connected in the City of Tomorrow. Future projects include another London event planned for February, 2014 and also as part of the International Festival of Business in Liverpool in July, 2014.

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Peter Brett Associates

The Thames Valley Property Forum has worked closely over a 10 year period with Peter Brett Associates.  Located in Reading, we have developed in conjunction with PBA a series of sessions and panels covering several subjects crossing transport, infrastructure, urban planning and community investment.

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Harmsen Tilney Shane + Trilogie CRE

Over the past 6 months the UK Property Forums has developed a series of ‘closed’ breakfast seminars targeted at the legal property services sector.  Attended by property, facility and chief executives from across the legal services sector, the breakfasts have been designed to share knowledge but also create new business opportunities for the sponsoring companies. UK Property Forums is looking at similar closed events in other sectors such as digital and corporate.