MELANIE LEECH

BPF’s Melanie Leech joins Trend Talk line-up

Hear from chief executive of the British Property Federation, Melanie Leech, at the PlaceTech Trend Talk in London on 31 October.

Melanie is a vocal proponent of technology in property, as part of her role in promoting UK real estate and sustainable partnerships between the government and private sector.

BPF has just published its tech manifesto for property, setting out recommendations for filling the gap between the supply and demand of UK proptech applications. Melanie has headed up BPF for 3 years, having previously held senior roles at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, the Food & Drink Federation and the Cabinet Office.

The line-up of speakers confirmed so far includes:

  • Darryll Colthrust, director of innovation, Palmer Capital
  • Michael Davis, tech sector lead, JLL NXT Office
  • Dominic Grace, director and head of London residential development, Savills
  • Melanie Leech, chief executive, British Property Federation
  • Adam Malik, head of business development, Equiem
  • Chris Stephenson, partner, Concrete VC
  • Dustin Strydom, automation lead, Open Box

Join senior professionals from property and tech, including developers, architects, consultants, planners, investors, surveyors and proptech firms, at this half-day event on 31 October.

Guests of Trend Talks receive early access to a special TRENDS report, mapping the trends and innovators transforming the sector.

Companies already registered to attend include Derwent London, Malcolm Hollis, Hydrock, Legal & General, Iceni Projects, Cushman & Wakefield, Coyote Software, BWB Consulting, FTI Consulting, Yardi, Bold, LaSalle Investment Management, FUTURE:Proptech, Guru Systems, Liquid Real Estate Innovation, Pi Labs, When You Move, Popertee, CBRE, Disruptive Technologies, KPMG, WiredScore, Muse Developments and more.

Tickets are priced at £100+VAT.

Places are limited – click here to register

A discount for startups is available – contact us for more information.

The Trend Talk series is sponsored by Bruntwood and Manchester Science Partnerships, OBI, Redwood Consulting and Mills & Reeve.

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