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You must be based in Kent and In the Construction Industry to attend. Those that book to attend that do not fit this criteria will be contacted and a joining link will not be given/a refund issued.
The Kent Construction Focus Group (KCFG) is a one-stop-shop for local businesses to discuss the future of Kent development, giving companies access to local knowledge, expertise and contracts. KCFG promotes the future role of Kent land development and construction businesses in the growth and development of Kent and its environment.
Hosted by members of the KCFG committee, Cheryl Causebrook and Ella Brocklebank, we bring you KCFG Live!
The session will start promptly at 7:30am for a chance to be put into breakout rooms and network with the other attendee’s. You will be placed at random into a virtual ‘room’ for 20 minutes before the main session starts at 8am. If you would not like to take part in the networking session, then feel free to join us at 8am.
Hear from Guest Speaker Mark Quinn Quinn Estates, on the current Newtown Works Development. ‘An ambitious £250m film studio-led regeneration of a derelict railway works in Ashford, Kent, with a number of global streaming giants poised to back the scheme’. The project’s master developer Quinn Estates, working with its funding partner U+I, and operator The Creative District Improvement Company, alongside award-winning architects Hollaway, have spent more than three years developing the project.
Also hear from Guy Hollaway Guy Hollaway Architects who are also working on the current Newtown Works Development alongside Quinn Estates. And Nick Litton Revolution Events for an update on this years Construction Expo.
For all enquiries please email Events@Kentinvictachamber.co.uk
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- Be aware of anything gives away where you live.
- Be aware of having confidential documents on display within the camera shot.
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- Never ‘write’/ ‘say’ anything in chat or a ‘room’ you wouldn’t say in an email.