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Join the Bromley office market debate

Wed 3 July 2013, 3:57 pm

Bromley Council is hosting a debate on the outer London office market on 17 July, followed by a networking event.

Biggin Hill airport: boosting the office market?

Agents, occupiers and other interested parties are invited to the Civic Centre between 5pm and 6pm on 17 July to discuss:

  • Does the outer London and wider regional office market offer some attractive opportunities for patient income investors, as Aviva Investors claimed in December 2012?
  • Are offices in outer London an endangered species, as suggested by the GLA London Office Policy Review last year 2012?
  • Do Bromley's office market trends reflect or contradict wider outer London patterns?

Short presentations by cllr Peter Morgan, portfolio holder for renewal and recreation; Roger Miller, partner at local agent Michael Rogers; and Kevin Munnelly, council head of renewal, will cover the market, financial incentives and emerging policy.

They will be followed by discussion with participants including: Acorn Commercial, Aktive Kapital, Alan Hill and Co, Baxter Philips, Christie and Co, Clarendon Business Centre, Cluttons, Colliers International, Eaton Green Estate Agents, Gascoignes, Glenny, JDM Land and New Homes, John Payne Commercial, Lambert Smith Hampton, Leander Holdings, Linays Commercial, Montagu Evans, Pedder Commercial, Purelake Group, Savills, Stiles Harold Williams.

Following the workshop is a reception and informal networking event, which will also mark the launch of the second issue of Invest Bromley magazine.

This issue, published by 3Fox International, features updates on major developments across the borough and showcases further opportunities for potential investors.

Leading property specialists and investors will converge on Bromley to hear more about development opportunities in the £1 billion regeneration programme under way in London's largest borough.

Delegates at the event will take part in drinks and networking sessions from 6pm, before hearing speeches from key property and regeneration specialists.

Invest Bromley editor Siobhán Crozier said: "The new issue of Invest Bromley showcases a London borough where the demographics make it ripe for investment. We feature the pack of luxury brands already firmly based here and the big corporates which have located their regional and national headquarters in Bromley.

"Biggin Hill Airport has the only private jet facility within the M25 and a growing industrial zone with Formula One already established – the opportunities for aviation supply chain and other businesses are significant."  

The office worskshop will take place between 5pm and 6pm, with the launch between 6pm and 7pm.

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