Saturday, January 22, 2022

EG presents The Future of Sheffield

EG, an established provider of data, news and analytics products and services for the commercial real estate market, is virtually hosting The Future of Sheffield on Thursday 2nd December at 10am.
The release of the final edition in EG’s 2021 “Future of Cities” series will explore the innovations in the property industry and how Sheffield is “levelling up” and welcoming new occupiers and industries into the Steel City.
Sheffield is going through a major transformation, with modern new office space, repurposed buildings and net zero ambitions. But, in a city where two thirds of the space is green, what are the opportunities for it to expand?
How will Sheffield be impacted by the breaking news of the scrapped leg of HS2? What occupiers are coming into the city, and what impact do the universities have on the growing number of businesses in Sheffield? Join EG as it aims to answer these and other questions.
On the panel will be:
• Lisa Pilkington, host, EG
• Kate Josephs, chief executive, Sheffield City Council
• Professor James Marshall, chief scientific officer, Opteran Technologies
• Kellie Hatton, partner, Shoosmiths
• Thomas Hall, partner, Shoosmiths
• Mark Jackson, development director, Scarborough Group International (SGI)
For more information and to register your attendance, please visit the events page.
EG is an established provider of data, news and analytics products and services for the commercial real estate market. EG products and services address the challenges and the data demands of all sectors and industries within UK commercial real estate. We deliver industry-leading events and weekly magazine content, and market leading data products including EG Radius, the only contributory data sharing platform for the UK commercial property market.

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