8:00 am - 10:00 am


3 Finsbury Avenue (3FA), London, EC2M 2PA

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Open data and new technologies are transforming the way developers create, and occupiers use, new buildings across London’s commercial districts. ‘Smart’ building management systems and the ‘Internet of Things’ are improving the user experience of modern workspaces: creating environments that better support human wellness and productivity.

This breakfast seminar curated by CPA NextGen will explore the City of London’s potential to be a global leader in tech enabled building and spaces. An expert panel will discuss how the City of London Corporation is leading the way in delivering a ‘Gigabit City’ – improving wired and wireless connectivity across the area and rolling out digital strategies for spaces in between buildings.

Speakers include:

  • Julian Barker, Head of Smart Places at British Land
  • Paula Gonzalez, Chair of CPA NextGen; Associate at John Robertson Architects
  • Andrew Martin, Director of Real Estate & Construction at Google
  • Dr Na’amah Hagiladi, Senior Project Manager at the City of London Corporation


The panel discussion will take place between 8:30am-9:30am.

Please note: While this is a NextGen event aimed at supporting the next generation of industry leaders (those with 10 or less years post qualification experience) we do hope that regular CPA members will also find this event useful. Please feel free to join your NextGen colleagues and RSVP.