From large-scale networking events, bringing together senior political and business leaders, to small-scale consultations which engage members and stakeholders in our policy development, London First runs a wide range of events.
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Calendar of events
Monday 25 September 4:00PM - 6:00PM
During Labour Party Conference, London First invites its members to our Cities and Growth reception in Brighton, hosted by the Federation of Small Businesses, London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, London First, and the Institute of Directors. STRICTLY INVITATION ONLY
Tuesday 26 September 6:00PM - 8:30PM
Please join us for a briefing on the redevelopment plans for Brent Cross shopping centre. Hammerson, the owners of Brent Cross shopping centre and Argnet Related, have recently submitted plans for the wholescale redevelopment of the centre, located just south of the A406. The plans for this part of North London will bring about expansive […]
Tuesday 26 September 6:00PM - 9:30PM
London First members are invited to REWIRE summer drinks evening, promoting women working in real estate. During the evening we will hear from Ros Goode, Senior Director, GVA followed by a presentation and panel discussion with Sam McClary, Deputy Editor Estates Gazette and Co-chair of REWIRE and a special guest speaker. To register to attend, […]
Wednesday 27 September 8:00AM - 10:00AM
The iconic Thames is a key asset for London, but is potential for river based transport and many development opportunities unrealised. Please join us for a panel debate with industry experts to explore how we can make better use of London’s riverside to deliver the new jobs and homes that London needs.
Wednesday 27 September 6:00PM - 8:30PM
Liz Peace CBE, newly appointed Chair of the OPDC will be speaking to London First members about what she intends to do with the OPDC, the Development Organisation for Old Oak Common and Park Royal. Liz, former Chief Executive of the British Property Federation and Adviser to government on a whole range of property issues, […]
Sunday 01 October 7:00PM - 9:30PM
London First is delighted to host its annual ‘London Dinner’ at the Conservative Conference in Manchester. Attracting MPs, Borough leaders and London Assembly members, this dinner is the ideal opportunity for London Conservative politicians and business leaders to meet and discuss the key issues affecting growth, investment and jobs in the capital. This year we […]
Monday 02 October 7:15PM - 9:30PM
The election of new metro-mayors has the potential to deliver more jobs and growth right across the UK. This private roundtable dinner will explore how business and city authorities across the UK can now work together on a joined-up national conversation about transport investment that recognises the complementary nature of the UK’s cities in driving […]
Tuesday 03 October 5:00PM - 6:30PM
During Conservative Party Conference, London First invites its members to our Cities and Growth reception in Manchester, hosted by the Federation of Small Businesses, London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, London First, and the Institute of Directors. STRICTLY INVITATION ONLY
Monday 09 October 7:00PM - 9:30PM
To mark London City Airport’s 30th anniversary, we are delighted to be holding this senior-level dinner. We will look back on the successes of the airport and its surrounding Docklands, and also look forward to their future growth for London. INVITATION ONLY
London First Partner dinner with Rt Hon Keir Starmer MP QC, Shadow Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union
Wednesday 11 October 7:00PM - 9:30PM
London First is delighted to be organising a small private dinner discussion for our senior business leaders with the Rt Hon Keir Starmer MP QC. Sir Keir was elected as Labour MP for Holborn & St Pancras in May 2015. In October 2016, Keir was appointed to the Shadow Cabinet, taking up the role as […]