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International law firm Trowers & Hamlins is proud to be a headline partner at this year's London Real Estate Forum conference, hosted at the Barbican Centre, 29-30 September 2021.

The annual forum brings together key decision-makers for a thought-leadership conference about the future of cities, and the role of real estate.

Sara Bailey, head of real estate at Trowers says:

"The London Real Estate Forum has been a key date in our diaries for many years and we're excited to be able to look forward to a time when we will be able to see people from across the real estate sector face to face. It has been an extraordinarily challenging year for many people and businesses up and down the country and indeed across the globe. As a result there is a great deal on the agenda for the built environment in how it moves forward and how it deals with the situation we are all still managing. 

There are key issues that were front and centre before the pandemic, such as climate change, ESG factors and societal value, that are still of huge importance and we want to play a part in focussing on shaping our communities, creating places where people and businesses can thrive and use this time efficiently to learn from the challenges we have recently faced to grow and adapt, and look towards a brighter future for our towns and cities."

Amy Till, Programme Director, London Real Estate Forum adds: 

"London Real Estate Forum engages decision-makers from across government, investment and business communities, to drive sustainable investment and development in cities. This year we are thrilled to be joined by other UK cities, to identify common challenges, promote collaboration and share ideas.”

As part of the build up to the London Real Estate Forum, Sara Bailey will be chairing a session with the Department for International Trade and MHCLG at the Investment Summit taking place on 1-4 February. The Summit will feature daily live webinars, with Government, city, and regional leaders sharing their latest plans for growth across the UK.