Encore was present at The Guildhall in Cambridge on 25 September when prominent business leaders from across the construction and property industry came together for the Cambridge Development Plans Conference.
One of the city’s largest business events of the year within the construction sector, the event saw some of the region’s biggest names in business lead a regional discussion including presentations of ongoing or proposed development plans in the area and their plans for the future.
Mayor James Palmer of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority opened proceedings before major developers presented their ongoing schemes in the city including:
The conference was hosted by Built Environment Networking and provided an opportunity for those within the industry to gain insight on projects likely to take place within the region, whilst also giving a platform to debate and discuss the issues at the top of the economic and regional agenda.
Encore founder Neil Robinson, who was at the conference, commented: “As the leading residential property management company in Cambridge it was great to hear from some of the region’s biggest developers about their plans to tackle local housing needs.”
“We are already working with developers such as Hill on some of their exciting new schemes, and as managing agents for some of Cambridgeshire’s most iconic residential developments we’re well aware of local issues such as affordable housing, transport infrastructure and planning restrictions.”