2019 AGENDA: A BRAVE NEW MIXED-UP WORLD 

If you hail from the residential sector or you are looking to diversify with mixed-use schemes in the future, you can’t afford to miss the RESI Convention.  Join the debate as we look ahead to what the future holds for our ‘brave new mixed-up world’, examining the residential sector in the context of the whole property market. 

Find out the answers to the big questions that will shape housing delivery and  your investment, financing and planning decisions, including:

  • What will the resi-led mixed-use scheme of the future look like?
  • Has affordable modular’s time finally come?
  • What will be the impact of AI and emerging technologies?
  • What’s the right tenure mix - and level of affordable and social housing?
  • What makes a great public private partnership?
  • How can SMEs access finance more easily?

Hear from the heavy hitters and disrupters driving change and build relationships new and old at the industry's premier event. It's the most ambitious, exciting and inclusive RESI Convention yet!  


Day 3

Rescue breakfast

Location: The Marketplace

Refuel, recharge and revitalise ahead of the day's proceedings. We'll be serving a selection of hot bacon and sausage rolls, and fresh fruit.

Visit our RESI Convention partners and exhibitors to find the latest products and services and make new connections. View more >

Chair's Day Three Welcome

Location: Caernarfon Suite

Speaker
Home Editor
BBC News
Keynote: Building better building beautiful
Speaker
Co-Chair
Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission
Panel debate: How well are we doing at wellbeing and well buildings?

Before climate change shot up the political and social agenda thanks to schoolgirl activist Greta Thunberg and the Extinction Rebellion, the property industry had already started to raise its game on ESG and social impact. But the focus was largely on commercial property. That is changing rapidly as mixed-use, community-led schemes gain traction. So, what impact will social impact have on resi-led, mixed use development? How should we measure wellbeing and well buildings? Will the sector walk the walk as well as talk the talk?

Speakers
Managing Director
Moda
Co-founder
Ekkist
Head of Real Estate
Barclays
Chief Executive
Dolphin Living
Principal
Newcore Capital
Partner
Osborne Clarke
Design challenge: Visions of an intergenerational, resi-led mixed-use future

Residential-led, mixed-use schemes are being hailed as the solution to both the retail and housing crises. To date, the focus has largely been on redeploying redundant retail space both on the high street and in shopping centres. In the future, however, schemes will be mixed-use by design. They will also be intergenerational, multi-tenure and full of smart-tech.

We challenged some of the UK’s top architects to come up with their visions of the resi-led, intergenerational, tech-driven, mixed-use schemes of the future. In this dynamic session, they will pitch their visions to an expert panel and the RESI audience. The expert panel will debate the pros and cons of each scheme and deliver their verdicts. But ultimately, it will be up to the RESI audience to vote for what they think is the most compelling vision.

Moderator: 

Paul Finch, Editorial Director, Architects' Journal 

Expert judging panel:

Speakers
Director, Research
BNP Paribas Real Estate
Co-Founder
Vivahouse
Founder and Director
Jo Cowen Architects
Board Director
Whittam Cox Architects
Creative Director
Small Back Room
Editorial Director
Architects' Journal
Closing keynote: Come what May. Life inside No.10

Ever wondered what life was like inside No.10 in the last days of Theresa May’s premiership? Here’s your chance to find out. The former PM’s spin doctor reveals the bad behaviour and betrayals that broke the Brexit deal, and tells us what he thinks of Boris Johnson, his chances of getting us out of the EU and what life might be like if he succeeds.

Speaker
Downing Street Director of Communications under Theresa May
Chair’s closing remarks
Speaker
Home Editor
BBC News
RESI 2019 closes & Farewell networking lunch