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15 June 202111:00 am - 12:00 pm

What new settlements can deliver for the Oxford-Cambridge Arc

The Oxford-Cambridge Arc is to deliver a number of garden towns, garden villages and new developments. But what will they deliver for the Arc? New towns and villages might provide a relatively quick route to growth, but the Arc’s residents will demand a persuasive case for speedy development. People want places free from the growing pains of established towns and cities, rather than a fast track to the same old problems.


• Lord Matthew Taylor, author of the Garden Communities policies adopted by government and chair of West Carclaze Eco-Community in Cornwall
• Hannah Smart, director, Urban Edge
• Bev Hindle, executive director, Oxford Cambridge Arc Leadership Group

Watch nowIn partnership with Summix Capital
14 July 202111:00 am - 12:00 pm

Deploying church land for housing: what are the opportunities?

– Martyn Evans, Creative Director, U+I
– Nick Pollock, Executive Team Lead for the Archbishops’ Initiatives on Housing and Community (on secondment from Duchy of Cornwall – where he is Head of Planning)
– Cllr Leo Pollak, London Borough of Southwark
– Rhiannon Monk Winstanley, Housing Community Organiser, Centre for Theology and Community
– Tim Whitton, Pastor, East Street Baptist Church, Walworth

Learn more and registerIn partnership with U+I
21 July 202111:30 am - 12:30 pm

Can the public sector deliver housing of high quality at scale?

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has undertaken to create a low-cost housing developer to deliver new homes at pace – but what is the public sector’s track record for delivering at scale?


• Tom Copley, Deputy Mayor for Housing, Greater London Authority
• Fiona Fletcher-Smith, Chief Executive, L&Q Group
• Pat Hayes, Managing Director, Be First
• Peter Murray OBE, Chairman, New London Architecture and the London Society
• Luke Tozer, Director, Pitman Tozer Architects
• Toby Fox, Managing Director, 3Fox (chair)

Learn more and registerIn partnership with Pitman Tozer
22 July 202111:30 am - 12:30 pm

How can we make sure new places are sustainable?

The Government says that we need 300,000 new homes a year, the Government says. How is this achievable, given ambitious climate change targets to reduce emissions by 78% by 2035?


• Max Farrell, Founder & CEO, London Collective
• Richard Kimblin QC, No 5 Barristers Chambers
• Mary Morrissey, Director of Economy and Infrastructure, Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council
• Toby Fox, Managing Director, 3Fox (chair)

In partnership with Summix Capital
27 July 202111:00 am - 12:00 pm

Ask TVoA: Cllr Barry Wood, Leader of Cherwell District Council

A live interview with Cllr Barry Wood, Leader of Cherwell District Council, to ask: what is on his wish list for the district, what challenges does he face in delivering recovery, growth and development in Cherwell, and what sort of partners is he seeking to help overcome those challenges and deliver that wish list.

We’ll also seek to paint a picture of the man behind the vision for the district: who and what have influenced his views on growth? What were the watershed moments that formed these views? And what are his personal passions and pastimes?

Learn more and registerWith Carter Jonas, GLE and London Square Partners
24 September 20219:00 am - 7:30 pm

Sitematch: High Streets and Town Centres

Councils across the UK are emerging from the pandemic to tackle a total transformation of their high streets and town centres: what is the purpose of these places at the heart of our communities? How can they reflect the aspirations of our residents and businesses? What retail, leisure and social uses will drive footfall?

This year, Sitematch gathers over 20 of the UK’s most forward-thinking cities, towns and districts in meeting areas, equipped with maps and plans of their opportunity areas and ready for pre-arranged meetings with the investors, developers, operators, agents and disruptors that can help them revive their high streets and town centres.

These conversations are as vital now as they were back in the teeth of the 2008 financial crisis, when Sitematch launched to sustain discussion of growth and development between the public and private sectors. Over the years Sitematch has created innumerable relationships that have blossomed into development – starting with the partnership to build the £210m High Street Quarter in Hounslow, west London.

Completely new situations require completely new solutions, and that means bringing together all the key actors to create conversations that can lead to partnerships and progress. We’re not getting out of the current crisis unless we work together. That process starts at Sitematch.

Registration opening soon.

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