The West London Property Lunch series has been gathering 70+ influencers from the property, construction and planning sector for over a decade. Previous speakers include Sir Edward Lister, James Murray, and Liz Peace.

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      The West London Autumn Property Lunch: West London's Mega Developments

      The West London Property Lunch series has been gathering 70+ influencers from the property, construction and planning sector for over a decade. Previous speakers include Sir Edward Lister, James Murray, and Liz Peace.

      This edition focuses on major property developments in the seven West London Boroughs. It will explore lessons learned from the last five years to inform the next wave of change. 

      Pricing (excl. VAT)

      Regular Admission £129.0

      Members £104.0

      Vegetarian Lunch £109.0

      Member + Vegetarian Lunch: £94.0


      National Liberal Club

      1 Whitehall Pl, London SW1A 2HE


      Max Farrell, Founder & CEO of the LDN Collective

      The LDN Collective is a network of built environment experts and creatives fighting to improve people’s lives and the planet’s prospects. Max’s expertise lies in urban planning & strategic communications. He was a Partner at Farrells for 10 years, the internationally renowned architects, before leaving to set up the LDN Collective. He is further chairing the Cultural Co-Location for Creative Estuary and advises multiple organisations such as London National Park City, Urban Design London, the Urban Room Network, the National Arts and Place Consortium, and Wild Streets.


      Martin Scholar, Head of Planning at Barratt London

      Martin has been Head of Planning at Barratt London for nine years. In that time, he has successfully managed the team which has secured Planning Permission for sites across London including the former Nestle factory at Hayes; Wembley Park station car park; the Kodak factory in Harrow and the National Institute for Medical Research in Mill Hill. Prior to joining Barratt London, Martin worked in different planning roles at Westminster City Council and the Greater London Authority.

      James Saunders, Chief Executive Officer at Quintain

      James Saunders was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Quintain in October 2019 and since then has led the company through the Pandemic. Starting with just 141 apartments for rent in 2016, James has led the team to reach 3,651 homes under management. Since then, Quintain’s tenth build to rent development has opened at Wembley Park. James was previously Chief Operating Officer of Quintain and has been a main board director since 2017. During his time at Quintain, James has led the repositioning of Wembley Park from an event destination to an exciting new neighbourhood for London. He has created the strategic direction for marketing, communications and place making that has led to dramatic reconsideration of the area, increase in footfall, improvements in press coverage and word-of -mouth, plus new partnerships He has managed key stakeholder and commercial partner relationships with GLA, London Borough of Brent, Wembley Stadium, the FA, AEG and Realm. He was responsible for the renegotiation of agreements with adjacent landowners that unlocked the Wembley Park site from a development and operational perspective.

      Angie Hooper, New Business Director South, L&Q


      Angie has been New Business Director at L&Q since 2018 and has 27 years’ experience in the industry. Angie leads the new business team at L&Q and together have enabled delivery of part of the Kodak factory masterplan, a JV at the former Peugeot site in Hounslow, Barking Riverside and Greenwich Peninsula.  In addition to the day job Angie is a International Accredited Coach (ICF) accredited coach and mentor.


      Cllr Shama Tatler, Deputy Leader, Cabinet Member for Finance, Resources & Reform and Cabinet Member for Regeneration, Planning & Growth

      Shama Tatler is Councillor for Kingsbury Ward in the London Borough of Brent and was first elected in 2014.  As part of her role she oversees some of the largest regeneration projects in London, including the Wembley Park area and also leads on the multi-award winning estate regeneration scheme in South Kilburn. She also oversaw the largest (currently) estate regeneration ballot in South Kilburn, where residents overwhelmingly voted in support of continuing the scheme. As part of her lead member role she drives economic growth in Brent, as well as leading on innovative strategies on inclusive growth and affordable workspace. Shama also sits on the West London Economic Prosperity Board. Shama is also a support facilitator for Shared Service Architects and delivers leadership courses for councillors. Before she took on the role of Cabinet Member full time, Shama was a teacher for ten years, teaching History at Secondary level and holding the positions of Gifted and Talented Co-ordinator, Head of History and Head of Humanities.

      Luke Ward, Director of Brent Cross Regeneration, Barnet Council


      1:00 – Drinks reception 

      2:00 – Sit down to lunch and Welcome from Andrew Dakers, CEO, West London Business

      2:40 – Panel discussion followed by Q&A

      3:25 – Buffet dessert – a chance to circulate and network

      4:00 – Depart / Retire to local pub


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