What’s next in property: ten takeaways from MIPIM 2015

Thursday 19th March, 2015 | 8am-9.30am

The Collective
14 Bedford Square
WC1B 3JA London
United Kingdom

With over 3000 developers, 1500 architects and 1700 public and local authorities attending MIPIM this year, Europe’s biggest real estate conference can seem overwhelming.

But to make sense of it all, Paul Finch wraps up this year’s event with his ten takeaways, from the impact of the looming General Election to how the Mayor plans to maintain London’s position as a leading global city.

His ten takeaways cover: the role of architecture at MIPIM; changes to London’s viewing corridors; London versus Paris; London’s new bridges and the future of the Garden Bridge; the housing shambles and why the market can’t deliver the numbers, and the http://best-essay.co.uk.

You can watch Giles Barrie’s ten takeaways from MIPIM 2014 here.



Paul Finch is programme director of the World Architecture Festival and editorial director of the Architectural Review and Architects’ Journal.
After seven years as a property journalist, he went on to edit Building Design, AJ and AR.
He has been a co-editor of Planning in London since 1992. He was deputy chair and later chair of Cabe (1999 to 2011), and chaired its Olympic design review panel. He also served as deputy chair of the Design Council (2011 to 2014).
He was awarded an OBE for services to architecture in 2002.