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The Breakfast by Developers Boardroom VICTORIA: Discussion and Dining for S...

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M Victoria Street

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Welcome to the Developers Boardroom meetings for established SME Developers, Investors and Professionals. These invitation-only intimate board meetings offer directors and decision makers the opportunity to work through a fantastic breakfast in a luxurious setting, as well as the opportunities and challenges of the property industry as it stands today.


The Breakfast at Victoria is hosted by Alex Harrington-Griffin of TrustedLand.

This week we are delighted to welcome our guest speaker Jeremy Leaf from Jeremy Leaf & Co:

Jeremy is a former residential chairman of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) as well as its housing market spokesman. He still appears frequently on television, radio, national and local press as well as twitter and facebook.

Jeremy is also principal of Jeremy Leaf & Co, independent chartered surveyors, estate agents and development consultants, established in 1979, with offices in North and East Finchley. He is also a fellow of NAEA (National Association of Estate Agents) and ARLA (Association of Residential Letting Agents) and contributor to Isurv, the RICS online information service for property professionals.


Each session contains a live 15-minute interview with a top industry professional, followed by News review and then open board discussion, rounded up with Rapid Referrals, sponsored by the TrustedLand Directory.

This unique style and relaxed meeting is a really great chance to connect, learn and share with like-minded, experienced people in the property industry.


Please indicate any special dietary requirements or food allergies in the booking form when making payment.

Please note a 48 hrs cancellation policy applies to this event.

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