During the London Real Estate Forum 2022, we will be hosting 9 in-depth roundtable discussions, covering a range of issues facing the built environment sector.

Each session brings together a group of experts and professionals with the aim of discussing key challenges and creating actionable solutions to be shared with the wider audience.

The roundtables are closed room discussions, taking place at the Barbican Centre. The sessions can only be attended with an invitation, however a write-up of the key insights from each session will be made available in the post-event report.

Conference Day

Room 1 Room 2 Room 3
10:00 -
UK City Roundtable
In association with Arup
Synopsis to follow.

Work + Play
What do we really want from our workspaces? Spaces that improve productivity, boost collaboration, and offer the opportunity for a timeout. Spaces for work + play. What do workers want and what do employers need?
13:30 -
New London Agenda
Synopsis to follow.
NextGen Sounding Board
Discussing the issues and exploring future opportunities, this roundtable session will interrogate and scrutinise the problems and solutions for the future of London. This conversation will require radical ideas and ‘blue-sky thinking’ that will form the basis of the Barbical Hall panel session taking place at 16:30.
Industrial & logistics
Synopsis to follow.
15:30 -
Diverse leaders
Synopsis to follow.
Sustainable construction
In association with West Midlands
Programmed as part of Wolverhampton Business Week, this roundtable, will investigate the changes being made in the industry to promote awareness, funding and research and uptake of new, sustainable methods of construction, MMC and green skills and the effect this can have on the built environment’s contribution to the Net Zero agenda.
Life sciences 2030 - the implications for real estate investment
In association with Bidwells
Discussing how advances in life sciences operations will have implications on the physical real estate required to accommodate those businesses. How developers can prepare, and provide for, the spectrum of life science businesses demanding space now, while considering flexibility to future-proof for the advances we’re see over the coming decade.

The Roundable programme is costantly evolving and is subject to change.