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London real estate – The next 5 years

The DeVono team were once again delighted to be involved with one of London’s premier commercial property events called the “London Real Estate Forum”. The annual event is held in the centre of Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London W1 and brings together the leading personalities and companies within the London real estate sector.  It is an exhibition of the leading development and investment opportunities across central London – both commercial and residential and includes significant developments across all 33 London boroughs.

Commercial property occupiers are rarely provided the platform to openly discuss their real estate opinions directly with London’s leading landlords.  DeVono therefore provided this opportunity, which was centred around two round table debates involving our occupier clients and exhibiting landlords.

The first debate was based on the London office market, conflicts of interest and the relationships between landlords and tenants. The landlords / developers involved in the debate included Lend Lease, Dukelease, TH Real Estate & CORE.

The second debate involved Derwent, Argent & Brookfield as well as ten retail & leisure DeVono clients including Whole Foods, Alan Yau restaurants, Foxtons, Abokado,
Pret a Manger, Corney & Barrow and Hawksmoor.  The conversation was extremely useful for our clients as it involved understanding how landlords factor retail & leisure into new developments and whether non-office space would become a greater part of their overall estate planning in the coming years.

Following this, there was a unique opportunity for our clients to be introduced to the development building pipeline that all the major landlords were exhibiting. This has led to various pre-let opportunities as well as a greater understanding of what the London skyline will look and feel like over the next 2 – 5 years.

Exhibitors included:
Argent LLP, Grosvenor, Aviva, Helical Bar Plc, Canary Wharf, Land Securities, City of London, City of  Westminster and The Crown Estate.

Developments on show included:
Fitzroy Place
100 Bishopsgate
London Wall Place
Principal Place
10 Bank Street
One Bank Street
Park Place
The Columbus Building
Wood Wharf
100 Cheapside
181 Queen Victoria Street
53 New Broad Street
Fleet House, New Bridge Street
21 Lime Street
A Vision for London’s West End
Cavendish Square
Edgware Road & Church Street
10 Fenchurch Avenue
33 Central
6 Bevis Marks
Finsbury Circus House
LSQ London, Leicester Square
East Village
Here East
The Kensington
185 Park Street
Elephant & Castle
80 Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia W1
Corner House apartments, Fitzrovia W1
White Collar Factory, Old Street EC1
Copyright Building, Berners Street, Fitzrovia W1
Brunel Building, North Wharf Road, Paddington W2
102 Jermyn Street
25 Buckingham Gate
61 Oxford Street
One Bedford Avenue, WC1
London Fruit & Wool Exchange, E1
Drapers Gardens, EC2
Regent Street, W1
5 & 6 St James’s Square, W1
20 Grosvenor Street
33 Davies Street
65 Duke Street
Brown Hart Gardens
The Beaumont
Barts Square EC1
Creechurch Place EC3
23-28 Charterhouse Square EC1
C Space, City Road EC1
The Bower, Old Street EC1
New Ludgate
One New Street Square
Kings Gate
Nova, Victoria
The Zig Zag Building
Chiswick High Road, Chiswick
The Wharves, Deptford
The International Quarter, Stratford
Elephant & Castle
Cobalt Place, Battersea
1 New Oxford Street
40 Leadenhall Street
60-70 St Mary Axe
1 New Burlington Place
11 Charles II Street
7 Air Street
St James’s Market

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