Revo x Lambert Smith Hampton Annual Research Launch Breakfast

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Revo x Lambert Smith Hampton Annual Research Launch Breakfast

In case you missed it, we launched our 5th annual research report earlier this month jointly conducted with Lambert Smith Hampton: ‘Places & Spaces Reinvented: what is the future for our towns, high streets & shopping centres?’.

Dr. Steve Norris, LSH’s Head of Planning, Regeneration + Infrastructure and esteemed member of our Repurposing and Regeneration Committee, along with Vivienne King, one of our distinguished Operating Board Members, unveiled the findings of the latest survey. This was followed by a keynote from Richard Lawrence, Head of Regeneration at the City of Wolverhampton Council showcasing the many exciting regeneration and infrastructure projects transforming the City.

We wrapped up the launch with an insightful panel discussion on the future of our centres; covering everything from good practice examples of regeneration & repurposing, to how can we deliver more social/affordable homes in our cities and towns. Thanks again to our panellists Tarah Gear, Director at Milligan, Jace Tyrrell, Chief Executive at Opportunity London, Emma Mackenzie Head of Asset Management & ESG at NewRiver REIT plc and Lana Goddard, ESG & Sustainability Director at LSH.

In conclusion, centres endowed with a robust and actionable vision, supported by political determination and local endorsement, stand poised to harness rewards and draw both public and private investment. Above all, these centres should exude vibrancy, offer enjoyment, and ensure safety, thus reclaiming their position as the pulsating cores and spirits of our communities, revived once more.

Lastly, we extend sincere gratitude to our esteemed partners, among them the Association of Town & City Management, British Property Federation, Completely Retail, NLA, UKHospitality, British Retail Consortium, just to name a few, for their unwavering support. We also want to thank all of those who participated in the hybrid event—over 100 joined in person, with an additional 250 registered online.

The report will be available in the next few weeks, so please click here to pre-register for a copy.