Join us on Thursday 3 October at the stunning Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre, Oxford, for a breakfast session to discuss Bidwells’ 2019 Brexit review on economic and building trends.

With Boris Johnson just elected as Prime Minister and the 31st October approaching, how will this affect the property and construction market?  

Situated by the lake, overlooking the gardens and the cricket pavilion, the Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre offers a world-class venue for brushing up on your knowledge of the latest economic and property market trends. This contemporary building sits lightly in its environment. Bright, elegant, and with a high-end finish throughout, it is built with durable oak and with limestone from the Clipsham quarry, which also supplied the stone for Oxford’s Examinations Schools and the Houses of Parliament.

The event will open with an economic overview given by Steven Mallen, Economist and Market Analyst, offering a full synopsis of the current economic issues and the property market.

The insight from this session will then be considered through the lens of our sector specialists, focusing on the impact to businesses operating in the following market areas: Commercial Agency, Rural Development, Planning and Construction.

The event will last approximately 1.5 hours and followed by a Q&A session.




8:00 - Networking and pastries

8:20 - Welcome and introductions

8:30 - Economic and property market round-up

Steven Mallen, Economist

9:10 - Bidwells' property market update

David Williams, Partner
Construction and Delivery
Derek Farrow, Partner
Nigel Hawkey, Consultant
Steven McLaughlin, Partner

9:50 - Summary and Q&A


10:00: Networking and close

As spaces tend to fill up quickly, please book your place by clicking the button below:

Thursday 3 October (8am - 10am)
The Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre, Worcester College, Oxford, OX1 2JD

Register here




Steve Mallen

Steve Mallen

Steve Mallen has 30 years’ experience in property consulting.  He has occupied a number of senior industry positions in the UK and internationally.  These include: Partner and Global Head of Research & Consulting at Knight Frank; Director of Research & Strategy for Henderson Global Investors and Senior International Managing Director with US real estate company, Grubb & Ellis.

Steve has worked with many of the world’s leading corporations, developers, banks and investors in addition to the governments of the UK, Japan, USA and Canada.  


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David Williams
Partner, Business Space Agency 


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Steven McLaughlin
Partner, Rural 


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Nigel Hawkey
Consultant, Planning

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Derek Farrow
Partner, Project Management 





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