2018 ANNUAL REVIEW: OUR YEAR IN EVENTS

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January

  • Evening seminar exploring the Mayor’s draft London Plan and launch of the London Property Alliance brand (joint working between WPA and sister organisation City Property Association)

 

March

  • Building launch reception at One Dean Street
  • Launch of the WPA NextGen initiative at The Crown Estates’ London HQ at St James’s Market
  • Various events at MIPIM conference, including a London Property Alliance lunch
  • Breakfast briefing on London’s local elections (London Property Alliance)

 

April 

  • Breakfast briefing on GDPR (London Property Alliance)
  • Morning seminar about using ‘proptech’ to plan for growth in Central London (London Property Alliance)
  • AGM reception marking the beginning of our 30th anniversary celebrations, hosted at St Mark’s in Mayfair
  • WPA Annual Dinner

 

May

  • NextGen breakfast about Westminster City Council’s local election results

 

June

  • Our 30th anniversary reception hosted at LREF
  • Evening reception in the The Portman Estate’s Seven Seymour Street development

 

July

  • An evening reception at Grosvenor’s Eccleston Yards
  • Summer Reception at the Royal Academy with keynote speaker Cllr Nickie Aiken, Leader of Westminster City Council

 

September

  • Breakfast seminar discussing London’s co-working revolution
  • Labour Party Conference roundtable in Liverpool (London Property Alliance)

 

October

  • Conservative Party Conference roundtables in Birmingham (London Property Alliance)
  • NextGen evening seminar on ‘Industry Disruptors’ (London Property Alliance)
  • Autumn Reception at the House of Commons (London Property Alliance)
  • Launch reception for research on London’s Knowledge Clusters (London Property Alliance)

 

November

  • WPA Annual Lunch. Keynote speech by journalist and broadcaster, Cathy Newman
  • Breakfast seminar discussing the Oxford Street District consultation
  • City Plan evening seminar with Westminster City Council

 

December

  • NextGen Christmas Reception with NLA (London Property Alliance)