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Long term impacts of CV19 on our future cities EP4

Posting date: 11 June 2020
Nicholas Carman our consultant managing the role


The last in our planned series looking at the long term impacts of CV19 and lockdown on future cities. How we live, work, play, and move.

Session Four - Long term impacts of CV19 on our future cities

Live Webinar • Wednesday June 10th at 11:00 AM BST.


Nicholas Carman, Partnership Director

Nicholas Carman

Partnership Director

Nick joined Macdonald & Company in 2006, during this time he has led the Development team and Special Projects departments hiring key figures and managing large volume hires across central London development and investment communities. In his role as Partnership Director, he is responsible for innovating and challenging the ways in which the sector has managed recruitment in the past.

 Sylvana Young, Design Partner, Young

Sylvana Young

Design Partner, Young

Designing great places in the living sectors for 25+ years. Formerly Chief Design Officer at Get Living now Design Partner at Young. Young delivers placemade returns by creating asset backed investment partnerships in places where people live, stay or spend time.

Her journey with Get Living started in 2011. She was part of a team of 4 from Young Group that pitched the idea to their shareholders to set up their own company to operate the 2012 Athletes Village post Olympics as a rental neighbourhood. Along with Neil Young, David Mackenzie and Michael Oakes, they had a belief that renting should be a positive experience, providing more time, more space and more choice supported by exceptional customer service.

 Tom Goodall, Partner, Argent Related

Tom Goodall

Partner, Argent Related

Head of Residential for Argent Related, over-seeing a pipeline of over 8,000 new homes across London and CEO of the £500m Argent Related Tottenham Hale development.

Tom leads a large team delivering over 8m sqft of residential development, having ultimate responsibility for all aspects of residential development within the business.

Mark Woodrow, Managing Director, Packaged Living

Mark Woodrow

Managing Director, Packaged Living

Mark is a Chartered Engineer and leads the Development side of the business. He is an experienced and recognised developer who has worked on numerous BtR schemes over a career spanning over 20 years. Most recently, Mark was Director of Development at Grainger plc, where he spent 10 years helping source and create the UK’s leading residential investment platform.

John Reid, Director of Delivery, Meridian Water

John Reid

Director of Delivery, Meridian Water

John joined Enfield as Director of Delivery for Meridian Water in December 2019. The huge regeneration scheme has ambitions to provide 10,000 homes across its 210-acre site with an investment of £6bn, Meridian Water will be one of the country’s largest urban regeneration.

With it will come new rail services, parks, shops, schools and London’s largest open workspace for makers, creators and artists. It is forecast this major regeneration project will create 10,000 jobs during construction alone, making a significant contribution to the local, regional and national economy. John was formerly Director of Project Management for Grosvenor.

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