The Sussex Property Alliance – March Meeting

 

The latest meeting of the Sussex Property Alliance was once again a great success. Held at the Amex Stadium, Brighton on 26 March, we experienced a great turnout with a wide range of local professionals from the Property and Construction sector getting together and exchanging news and ideas.

 

Members of the Sussex Property Alliance witnessed a very informative talk by Eleanor Harris, chief executive at Brighton i360. Eleanor provided a fascinating insight into the exciting development of this project on Brighton seafront, touching upon some of the engineering and construction aspects of the i360, the likely timescales before the project is completed and the effects this will have on Brighton and Hove as a result. In particular, it was interesting to hear more of her predictions that Brighton will most certainly notice the positive effects of this development, most keenly noticed by the regeneration the immediate area around the West Pier where the i360 will be located.

 

The members engaged in a question and answer session with Eleanor and she was invited to explain further about the economic impact of the i360, any public transport implications and likely pricing.

 

The next event is due to take place on 19 June at South Lodge Hotel, near Horsham and will be most interesting. Mr Mark Berrisford-Smith, Chief Economist with HSBC has been confirmed as the speaker for the next event. He will be looking at the post-election economic outlook for the property section and the UK in general. Certainly not to be missed!

 

The Sussex Property Alliance events are free of charge, with lunch and refreshments being provided. The events are by invitation only and are limited to professionals in the Property and Construction and Supply Chain sector. To register your interest, please contact the Sussex Property Alliance online here.

 

The information contained in this article is for general guidance only and is not intended to be legal advice. Professional advice should always be taken on the application of the law in any particular situation.