Our programme

This UKREiiF we are celebrating the work we do in partnership with great people all over the UK.

We’re looking forward to meeting up with friends new and old, making connections and having the important conversations on how we create the sustainable, successful places of the future.

Please join us at Fearns, Department on The Boulevard.

Muse UKREiiF programme 2024
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Tuesday 21st

Breakfast with Muse

7.30 – 9am,
Tuesday 21st, Register to attend

Join us for an informal networking breakfast to celebrate the start of UKREiiF and the opening of Muse + Partners at Fearns.

This is a private event and numbers are limited, registration is now closed. 

Can public-private partnerships help transform our post-industrial town centres?

10 – 11am,
Tuesday 21st, Open invite

Can public-private partnerships help breathe new life into struggling town centres?

Join Andrew Bramidge, acting Strategic Director, Rotherham Council; Ojay McDonald, CEO, Association of Town and City Management, Irena Bauman, Co-founder and Director at Bauman Lyon Architects and Raife Gale, Senior Development Manager, Muse to discuss.

ECF: Bigger investment, greater Impact

11.30 – 12.30pm,
Tuesday 21st, Open invite

ECF is a partnership between Homes England, Legal & General and Muse. Having recently doubled in size, ECF aims to spread its placemaking impact.

Join Danielle Gillespie, Director of Regeneration Partnerships & Major Projects, Homes England; Tom Roberts, Head of Strategic Investment, Legal & General Investment Management Real Assets and Mike Auger, Managing Director – South, Muse to see what the future looks like for ECF, and the scale of impact it can have.

Rising to the social impact challenge in placemaking

2 – 3pm,
Tuesday 21st, Open invite

Join us to explore the challenges of delivering positive social impact through the built environment.

With Lisa Harris, Executive director of Place, St Helens Council; Katherine Fairclough, Chief Executive, Liverpool City Region Combined Authority; Stuart Rogers, Director of Project Management, Muse and Tom Roberts, Head of Strategic Investment, Legal & General Investment Management Real Assets.

Can public-private partnerships help transform our post-industrial town centres?

10 – 11am,
Tuesday 21st, Open invite

Can public-private partnerships help breathe new life into struggling town centres?

Join Andrew Bramidge, acting Strategic Director, Rotherham Council; Ojay McDonald, CEO, Association of Town and City Management, Irena Bauman, Co-founder and Director at Bauman Lyon Architects and Raife Gale, Senior Development Manager, Muse to discuss.

ECF: Bigger investment, greater Impact

11.30 – 12.30pm,
Tuesday 21st, Open invite

ECF is a partnership between Homes England, Legal & General and Muse. Having recently doubled in size, ECF aims to spread its placemaking impact.

Join Danielle Gillespie, Director of Regeneration Partnerships & Major Projects, Homes England; Tom Roberts, Head of Strategic Investment, Legal & General Investment Management Real Assets and Mike Auger, Managing Director – South, Muse to see what the future looks like for ECF, and the scale of impact it can have.

Rising to the social impact challenge in placemaking

2 – 3pm,
Tuesday 21st, Open invite

Join us to explore the challenges of delivering positive social impact through the built environment.

With Lisa Harris, Executive director of Place, St Helens Council; Katherine Fairclough, Chief Executive, Liverpool City Region Combined Authority; Stuart Rogers, Director of Project Management, Muse and Tom Roberts, Head of Strategic Investment, Legal & General Investment Management Real Assets.

Building on success: how to regenerate a thriving town centre

3.30 – 4.30pm,
Tuesday 21st, Open invite

Join Muse + Partners to discuss how public-private partnerships can break out of tried and tested strategies: To deliver regeneration which moves a place forward, that targets new communities and delivers something innovative, with an impact long into the future.

With Councillor Ian Courts, Leader, Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council; Maggie Grogan, Managing Director – Midlands, Muse; Rob King, Director, Howells and Jonathan Turner, Cushman & Wakefield.

Wednesday 22nd

How to build a Haus: Sustainable partnerships and low carbon delivery

10 – 11am,
Wednesday 22nd, Open invite

PIC, Muse and Homes England invite you to a discussion on the delivery of sustainable, low-carbon housing.  How can public and private sector partners work together to deliver?

With James Agar, Capital Head of Long Income, Pension Insurance Corporation; Jane Anderson, Senior Manager in ESG Investment, Homes England, and Phil Marsden, Managing Director – North West, Muse.

A new era for New towns

11.30 – 12.30pm,
Wednesday 22nd, Open invite

The UK’s 32 New Towns have been part of the civic landscape for almost 80 years and many require investment and renewal. As Government considers building new New Towns, should the focus be on improving the existing ones?

With Tracey O’Donnell, Deputy Chief Executive of Milton Keynes City Council and Managing Director of Milton Keynes Development Partnership, Councillor Richard Henry, Leader, Stevenage Borough Council; Alison Crofton, Chief Property Officer, Homes England and Mike Auger, Managing Director – South, Muse.

How to build a Haus: Sustainable partnerships and low carbon delivery

10 – 11am,
Wednesday 22nd, Open invite

PIC, Muse and Homes England invite you to a discussion on the delivery of sustainable, low-carbon housing.  How can public and private sector partners work together to deliver?

With James Agar, Capital Head of Long Income, Pension Insurance Corporation; Jane Anderson, Senior Manager in ESG Investment, Homes England, and Phil Marsden, Managing Director – North West, Muse.

A new era for New towns

11.30 – 12.30pm,
Wednesday 22nd, Open invite

The UK’s 32 New Towns have been part of the civic landscape for almost 80 years and many require investment and renewal. As Government considers building new New Towns, should the focus be on improving the existing ones?

With Tracey O’Donnell, Deputy Chief Executive of Milton Keynes City Council and Managing Director of Milton Keynes Development Partnership, Councillor Richard Henry, Leader, Stevenage Borough Council; Alison Crofton, Chief Property Officer, Homes England and Mike Auger, Managing Director – South, Muse.

Building great, sustainable places: A leadership networking event

4.30 – 6.30pm,
Wednesday 22nd- register to attend 

The Mayor of West Yorkshire and Muse host an informal networking event for attendees of UKREiiF.

‘Sustainability is firmly at the heart of everything done in West Yorkshire to create a greener, brighter future for all. Creativity and collaboration between business’s, developers, education, and the next generation is key to reaching our goals.’

To register for this event please follow the link: Building great, sustainable places: A leadership networking event Tickets, Wed 22 May 2024 at 16:30 | Eventbrite

Thursday 23rd

Making an entrance – the importance of having a great arrival experience to the success of towns and cities

9 – 10am,
Thursday 23rd, Open invite

First impressions count and having a great arrival experience, attracts inward investment, adds economic value and fosters a strong sense of pride among a local community. The upgrading or re-development of a station acts as an important catalyst for wider regeneration benefits.

Join Maria Clayton, Business Development Manager, Network Rail; Dave Wells, Assistant Director Regeneration, Stevenage Borough Council; Joanna Rowelle, Director, Integrated City Planning, Arup; Chris Scott, Development Director, Muse and Max King, Project Director, Muse to discuss the critical success factors and what funding models can be used to unlock them.

Tackling the affordable housing crisis: Muse networking event

10.30 – 11.30am,
Thursday 23rd, Open invite

Join us for an event focused on addressing the pressing issue of affordable housing. We will showcase two projects, and together with experts, professionals, and stakeholders will exchange insights and strategies aimed at tackling this challenge.

Hear from Duncan Cumberland, Residential Director, Muse; Jane Groom, Partner and Co-Managing Director, LCA; and Elizabeth Oliveira, senior development manager, Muse.

 

Meet our delegates

Phil Mayall

Managing Director

Mike Auger

Managing Director

South

Maggie Grogan

Managing Director

Midlands

Phil Marsden

Managing Director

North West

Max King

Senior Project Manager

North West

Sharne Sahajpal

Development Manager

Midlands

James Pitt

Managing Director

Yorkshire & NE

Basit Ali

Development Director

Midlands

Elizabeth Oliveira

Senior Development Manager

South

Jonathan Ashcroft

Director of Project Management

Midlands

Duncan Cumberland

Residential Development Director

South

Carly Jones

Brand and Communications Manager

Simon Dew

Development Director

Yorkshire & NE

Raife Gale

Senior Development Manager

Yorkshire & NE

Iona Macrury

Regional Marketing & Communications Manager

South, Midlands

Andy Howell

General Manager and Social Impact Lead

South

Thea Silvani

Marketing Executive

Steven Knowles

Director of Development Management

North West

Alan McBride

Technical Director

North West

Cate Howe

Senior Project Manager

Midlands

Stephen McManaman

Director of Project Management

Yorkshire & NE

Stuart Rogers

Director of Project Management - North West & ESG Lead (North West)

North West

Elliot Sellars

Project Director

Midlands

Chris Scott

Development Director & ESG Lead (South)

South

Tom Jackson

Senior Development Manager

South

Muse + Partners

Location

Muse + Partners at UKREiiF

Fearns
Department
The Boulevard
Leeds Dock
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What’s in a place name?

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New illustrations bring Bradford’s City Village to life

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Transformative masterplan for Solihull Town Centre presented at UKREiiF

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Lewisham Gateway Guest Blog: Gareth Blacker

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Eden opens for business

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Muse recognised for decade of gold-standard culture

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UKREiiF: why innovation and affordable homes are at the top of our agenda

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Supporting innovation in Salford

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ECF joins Homes England Delivery Partner Framework to accelerate delivery

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How new procurement rules and frameworks could unlock complex urban regeneration