Making the Most of… Public Assets 

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How are public sector teams and their partners maximising value from public assets in London despite the challenges faced by the built environment sector?

In our Making the Most of What We’ve Got series we’re exploring innovative solutions. Join our panel of leaders from the public and private sectors who all have compelling ideas to manage public assets. We’ll explore topics such as: 

  • How might the prevailing economic and political landscape impact the public sector 
  • Smart partnerships, delivery models and the end of PFI 
  • Place-based social and economic value 
  • Strategic alignment and coordination of asset classes across boroughs 
  • Better planning for the public estate of the future 
  • Tackling the climate emergency 

You will learn new insights and take away practical ideas for your own work. There is a strong interactive element so attendees can learn from each other with excellent networking opportunities.

Confirmed Speakers 

  • Ade Adebayo, Board Member of SNG & Sutton Housing Partnership
  • Clare Hudson, Regional Programme Manager, One Public Estate (LGA)
  • Laura Stamboulieh, Partner, Montagu Evans
  • Harry Owen-Jones, Co-Founder, REDO & 3Space

When: Thursday 29 February 2024, 8.30 – 11.00am
Where/Format: Face-to-face, London EC1M

Thanks to our sponsors Arup, Montagu Evans, Mount Anvil and Potter Raper for making this series possible. 

Picture of Expressway at Royal Docks, a community workspace created for LB Newham, courtesy of General Projects.


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When
29th February 2024 from  8:30 AM to 11:00 AM