London Property Alliance was delighted to welcome CPA and WPA NextGen members to a summer reception celebrating the launch of the new London NextGen Perspective report.
Last year, the CPA and WPA NextGen groups commissioned a survey to understand the priorities London’s young workers to inform the placemaking and investment decisions of Central London’s property industry. Based on survey responses, this report provides insights on the kind of places where young people want to work, play & live, so that the property sector can ensure buildings and workspaces meet their needs.
Following an introduction by WPA NextGen Vice Chair Cal Matthews, guests heard from CPA NextGen Chair Liam Lawson Jones and Jack Sallabank of Future Places Studios, who discussed the findings of the report and the implications they have for young workers in London.
- Cal Matthews, Partner, Gardiner & Theobald, WPA NextGen Vice Chair
- Jack Sallabank, Founder, Future Places Studio
- Liam Lawson Jones, Associate, Gerald Eve