Government Property and Estates Conference
Public property and estate is one of the biggest UK governments’ challenges – at a time when the UK is leaving the EU and real-estate prices have increasingly inflated in comparison to the last decade. ‘The Government Property and Estates Conference’ will help you to develop a greater understanding of how central and local government and partnership schemes are developing the landscape of public estate for the public’s benefit. This in turn will help organisations and housing developments become compliant with the set five to ten year strategy targets.
The agenda will be based around the UK government’s Cabinet Office’s Estate Strategy: ‘Better Estate, Better Services, Better Government’ (July 2018). Thematic discussions will take place involving the areas of: business rates and the measures that can be taken to ensure correct rates are assessed, the implantation of ensuring services are legally compliant with facilities management services, the role of digital technology and the resources being utilised to gather and further market research, the requirement of properties and estates to comply with energy management policies and the way to manage current budget funds to abide by government led strategies.
Transformation and development are key to the future of public property and estates:
“Our estate is at the heart of everything we do. We are transforming the way we operate and collaborate to improve efficiency, deliver the best possible public services, release surplus land for housing, and boost growth across the UK”
(Government Estate Strategy 2018:4)
Join us for the third: ‘Government Property and Estates Conference’ to hear the latest developments in public property estates and examples of best practice from leading experts and organisations across the property and land sector. You will have the opportunity to question, discuss and debate the very latest government estate strategies, learn about the emerging property and housing infrastructures as well as understand how the sector will transform in the next five to ten years.
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- Revising the progress the government has made since the previous estate strategies
- Exploring how the latest technology can be used to improve property planning
- Making the most of business rates and understanding what costs are associated
- Understanding to what extent energy sustainability can help reduce building costs
- Planning ahead and utilising the Cabinet Offices’ latest (July 2018) strategy in order to anticipate how your organisation will cope with the growing demand for greater efficiency
- Incorporating public sector social values across all plans and projects
- Offering lively discussions on topics such as source and procurement, compliance, facilities management and rateable value
- Looking at the best way to plan, manage, and deliver construction projects
- Learning from sector-leading real-life, best practice case studies
- Network with delegates from across the public-sector and discuss action-orientated solutions you can implement for your organisation
Who should attend?
The audience will be made up of delegates from both the public and private sectors with job titles including:
- Senior Property Manager
- Head of Procurement
- Estates/Chartered Surveyor
- Strategic Development Manager
- Building Manager
- Commercial Services Assistant
- Head of Estates
- Asset and Sustainability Manager
- Senior Strategy and Change Officer
- Head of Capital Projects
- FM - Delivery Officer
- Director of Land and Property
- Category Manager
- Operations Director
- Technical Director
- Regional Project Officer/Planning Officer