Nottingham is part of the Midlands heartbeat at MIPIM

The biggest Team Nottingham line-up ever has signed up to support the city and county at the world’s largest property event MIPIM 2017 – showing their commitment to attracting national and international developers and investment to the area.

New for 2017, Team Nottingham members will take their place in a delegation of hundreds at MIPIM, representing both the East and West Midlands in the first ever Midlands Pavilion – a marquee which will exclusively showcase the Midlands region.

The Midlands Pavilion will allow all areas across the middle of the UK to shine on an international stage. The pavilion teams will include council leaders, local authorities, LEP representatives and commercial partners. Nottingham, alongside its Midlands neighbours, will open dialogue with the world’s leading investors and developers, sovereign wealth managers, pension funds and other members of the investor community.

The combined public-private sector team will be highlighting a number of key sites and development opportunities at MIPIM – an event which allows the city to showcase what it has on offer.

Director for Gleeds in Nottingham, Anthony Cork, said: “MIPIM has always been an important event for the city of Nottingham and one I feel we are capitalising on by forming one of our strongest teams yet and taking part in an important year when we take our place in the Midlands Pavilion. Our focus will be showcasing Nottingham’s past, present and future and promoting what our constantly evolving and innovative city has to offer”.

Nottingham’s sponsors and partners are: Boots, property law specialists Brady Solicitors, environmental building services consultancy Couch Perry Wilkes, CPMG Architects, East Midlands Airport, Equus Estates Limited (Inside Land), property consultants FHP, contractor G F Tomlinson, international property and construction consultancy Gleeds, Godwin Developments, Henry Boot Developments Limited, property consultants Innes England, PR and digital agency Cartwright Communications, architects practice Maber, creative agency RizkMcCay, Sladen Estates Ltd, contractor Willmott Dixon, the Nottingham Post, developer Miller Birch, framework organisation and Scape. The delegation will be led by Invest in Nottingham and Nottingham City Council.