Public Sector Proptech22

Wednesday 2nd November – One Great George Street, Westminster, London

We are delighted to announce the inaugural Public Sector Proptech conference.

Proptech22 is the only event dedicated to this key area for the whole of the public sector and its property and property technology professionals.

Property technology is having an ever increasing influence on the property lifecycle of the public sector estate. Its adoption is becoming a key area and we will be gathering public sector property and property technology professionals at Proptech22 on what promises to be an exciting and informative day.

Public Sector Proptech 2022 will give public sector delegates opportunities to engage with their peers, discuss, network and gather the latest information on the challenges, technologies, case studies and best practice in the property technology landscape.

We are delighted to be supported at the event by senior figures from the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, the Office of Government Property, Government Property Agency, RICS, the UK PropTech Association and techUK.

Delegates will be able to listen to the keynote addresses from these leading figures in the plenary and to network throughout the day in the vibrant exhibition area. In addition, there will be a number of breakout sessions featuring both public sector and property technology organisations addressing the delegates around the solutions and services that they can provide to assist with public sector’s property technology journey.

Conference Agenda

Wednesday 2nd November 2022, One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA

0930 – 1100 Plenary session

Chair, Victoria Leesam, Senior Partnership Manager, Homes England

Emran Mian, Director General, Regeneration, Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities

How the PropTech sector can support housing and planning ambitions

Joanna Tasker, Strategic Consultant and Business Advisor, UK PropTech Association

An introduction to the UK PropTech market + 3 ways PropTech can help solve national challenges
The UK PropTech industry represents approx. 10% of the global market and has received record levels of funding in recent years. As we find ourselves dealing with pressing national challenges such as affordability and shortage of housing, rising costs, and reducing the carbon footprint of the built environment, innovation and technology has never been more important.

Andrew Knight, Global Data and Technology Lead, RICS

  • Maximising the potential of data and technology across the built and natural environment
  • In many areas, land and property data remains undigitized and needs to move from ‘documents to data’
  • The public sector has a key role in leading the adoption of data and technology, standards, and open data working together with the private sector and the PropTech Community

Neil Williams, Chief Digital and Technology Officer, Government Property Agency

Interoperability, One Estate and focusing on quality of experience for the Civil Servant

Cem Savas, CEO and Co-founder, Plentific

Building stronger communities and happier residents by unlocking powerful data.
With almost 90% of the world’s data being produced in the last 2 years and with the estimation of more than 75 billion IoT devices being connected by 2025, we are in a time of digital disruption. Everyone expects more; residents, employees and board members alike. This talk will explore how we can deliver more for stakeholders through digitalisation and how, by using the power of data, the property sector will be able to build stronger communities and happier residents.

The plenary ends with Q&A with the delegates.

Work sessions

Sessions will feature speakers from expert providers along with case studies from public sector organisations, subjects including but not limited to:

1130 Notting Hill Genesis’ Digital Journey
Since 2017, Notting Hill Genesis (NHG), one London’s largest Housing Associations, has been on a digital journey that has helped transform crucial operations including rent collection, repairs & maintenance and customer service.

As NHG pioneers a data-driven approach to property management with Plentific, Cem Savas and John Hughes will explore how this will extend to property development, asset management and digital recording-keeping. They will examine how digitalisation will be crucial for NHG’s future housing endeavours, including retrofits, ensuring the sustainability of new homes, and maintaining a golden thread that can bolster resident safety alongside creating savings to reinvest into building more homes.

Cem Savas, Co-founder and CEO, Plentific
John Hughes, Group Director of Development and Deputy CEO, NHG

1155 Hybrid and Hubs: how the public sector is unlocking potential with hybrid working
Join central and local government colleagues for an interactive panel discussion exploring how hybrid working and government hubs is delivering real change to public sector workplaces. This series of events are looking at the challenges, techniques and technologies used to manage the new world of hybrid working in the public sector, whether that be smoothing the path back to the office or embracing the new network of Government hubs as their new home.

The panel and audience interactive discussion will cover real-life experiences of how workplace teams have adjusted to the challenges and opportunities presented by the new attitudes to working, the access to the new hubs and the balancing act of suppling workspaces to meet an ever-changing demand from staff and management.

Colin Casse, Director of Estates and Locations Programme, HM Revenue & Customs
Constantine Asproulis,Transformation Delivery Manager, Crown Commercial Service
Shanell Doyle, Transport for London

Hans Nyamie, TechServe
Host: Joe Harris, Commercial Sales Director, Matrix Booking

1220 Accessing legacy asset data and future proofing your estates
There’s often a surprising amount of usable optimisation and analytical data locked into legacy estates. Often the primary blockers are firstly understanding what’s available and then safely exposing the data without compromising the system(s).

A competent solutions partner, whether technical or consultancy led, should always start with what’s there, and then move on to how we enable the asset for the future requirements. Modern wired and wireless technology now allows us to hybridise spaces traditionally viewed as out of date and un-economical, and this is what we’ll be discussing.

Dave Lister, COO, IAconnects

1330 Decarbonising technologies for cities and associated legal issues
The world needs clean cities. Currently they consume over two-thirds of global energy resources and account for more than 70% of CO2 emissions world-wide. A study produced by Economist Impact and commissioned by Osborne Clarke, identifies through extensive research 12 technologies that could help cities decarbonise whilst also creating jobs, lowering energy costs and improving overall quality of life. We will explore a handful of these technologies, including those in building and construction, city infrastructure and transport whilst considering the associated legal risks and opportunities.

Jonathan Mills, Partner, Osborne Clarke

1355 Getting into SHAPE ‘Strategic Health Asset Planning and Evaluation’
Hear how Community Health Partnerships have been working with the NHS for several years in developing a platform which turns data into information that illustrates this data and analyses it to support informed decision making aligned to strategic infrastructure planning and investment.

Laura Garnham, Strategic Portfolio Manager, Community Health Partnerships
Nikki Hopkins, Business Delivery Programme Director, Community Health Partnerships

1420 Utilising digital mapping for site planning and marketing
As the government’s housing delivery body, Homes England are keen to utilise various cutting edge technologies to aid with the government’s ambitious housing delivery plans. Jack Curran will be discussing how he and his colleagues at the Agency have been utilising digital mapping tools for planning, engagement and site marketing. Mapping technology has come a long way in recent years, and Jack will be detailing some case studies the team have been working on and how the use of this technology (specifically 3D mapping) has helped communicate site plans clearly and concisely. The session will include examples of various technologies Homes England have been using, covering the pros, cons and lessons learnt.

Jack Curran, Senior Manager – Geospatial, Homes England

1515 Panel debate and Q&A

The panel will discuss ‘digital citizen engagement, barriers, successes and innovative approaches’ then take questions from the delegate audience.

Chair: Bridget Wilkins, Head of Digital Citizen Engagement, Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities

Blanka Hay, Local Growth Manager – Policy and Strategy, Richmond & Wandsworth Council
Grace Crannis, Senior Planning Engagement Officer, Richmond & Wandsworth Council
Semeta Bloomfield, Infrastructure and Technical Support Manager, Place Shaping, Watford Borough Council
Chris Outtersides, Joint Strategic Plan Director, South West Hertfordshire Partnership
Laura Wood, Joint Strategic Plan Lead, South West Hertfordshire Partnership

1600 Conference close. Join us for a drinks reception kindly sponsored by Matrix Booking

1605 Drinks reception

Join us for drinks, discussion and networking: sponsored by Matrix Booking

Please note agenda will be updated regularly, speakers, subject matter and timings may be subject to change

Plenary Speakers

Wednesday 2nd November 2022, One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA

Conference Chair: Victoria Leesam, Senior Partnership Manager, Homes England

Victoria has a passion for the built environment. Victoria is currently working for Homes England looking at Place and Regeneration and working collaboratively in partnership to make quality environments happen. She is passionate about places for people and an advocate for diversity and deliverability of resilient and equable cities and place. She is currently lead partner to bring together public sector collaborative agreements to enable service wide improvements. Victoria supports the delivery of two garden settlements and a town’s gateway project and is leading work on 3D virtual design, introducing new PropTech technology into the property industry. Victoria has a passion for delivering quality design ensuring all homes and the built environment are delivered to the very best standards for the whole community, ensuring we build beautiful sustainable places that leave a legacy to be proud of and that people’s health and well-being are at the heart of design experience in the new build housing sector.

Emran Mian, Director General, Regeneration, Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities

Emran became Director General, Regeneration at the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities in March 2022 and was previously Director General, Decentralisation and Growth and Director General, Stronger Places from September 2019 to March 2022.

Prior to this he was the interim Director General for Strategy and International and the acting Director General for Higher Education and Further Education at the Department for Education.

Since returning to the Civil Service in February 2017, Emran has been Director of Strategy and Social Mobility. Previously he ran the Social Market Foundation, a cross-party think tank.

Earlier in his career he held senior positions in both the Cabinet Office and Business Department.

Joanna Tasker, Strategic Consultant and Business Advisor, UK PropTech Association

Jo is a strategic board level business advisor and supports organisations with growth strategies across the Built Environment, Technology and Education sectors.

Working with the UK PropTech Association, Jo supports the team and its vision in driving digital transformation of the property industry, promoting engagement between PropTech and Property businesses, and creating a conducive environment for PropTech innovation.

Across the industry, Jo works with start-up companies on business growth strategies and opportunities. Listed on the Department for Trade investment directory, Jo advises international PropTech and EdTech companies coming into the UK.

Recently co-founded Community Coworking Ltd – enabling affordable, accessible coworking spaces, codesigned with local communities, driving social value and regenerating high streets from the bottom up.

Leading part of the Tech London Advocate/Global Tech Advocate community, Jo co-leads TLA PropTech & TLA Education working groups; is Board member TLA Women in Tech; Advisory board TLA Young Entrepreneurs; TLA Covid19 business support and HP Global Tech Advocate.

Jo is passionate about the development of the Next Generations of industry professionals. Spare time is given to a wide number of STEM initiatives, tech working groups, start-ups & individuals who share the same passion in driving youth engagement, diversity and the teaching of life-skills to best position young people for existing & future jobs & careers.

Andrew Knight, Global Data and Technology Lead, RICS

Andrew has been with RICS since 2011, and prior to his role in leading the data and tech thought leadership and data standards function, managed RICS’ relationship with the finance and investment community working with debt and equity participants, their advisors in law and accountancy, and regulators. Andrew has also enjoyed a long career in IT starting out running programs on mainframes using punched cards, and then working through the eras of mini-computers, personal computers, and the internet – and now the world of artificial intelligence, cloud computing, the Internet of Things (IoT) and blockchain. In his current role, Andrew is responsible for data and tech thought leadership and content development, and the adoption of the RICS Data Standard (RDS) that supports valuation, property measurement, life-cycle costing, brokerage, and due diligence.

Cem Savas, CEO and Co-founder, Plentific

Cem Savas is CEO and co-founder of Plentific, Europe’s fastest-growing proptech company. Cem is passionate about solving the industry’s most pressing and complex challenges through technology. He co-founded Plentific in 2013 to help social landlords streamline operations and manage their housing stock more efficiently. Today, the company works with some of the biggest landlords in the UK including L&Q, Metropolitan Thames Valley, Network Homes, Notting Hill Genesis, One Housing and Peabody. Prior to Plentific, Cem held senior roles at Nomura, HSBC and Ermgassen & Co in M&A and Capital Advisory.

Neil Williams, Chief Digital and Technology Officer, Government Property Agency

Neil has had an extensive career in technology leadership including several years in hardware and software infrastructure development. Neil also has over 20 years in educational technology, and more recently a leadership role in property technology across the Government office estate. Neil has been with the Government Property Agency since 2020 and is leading a number of technology transformation programmes including the cross-Government One Estate quadrant of the Government Interoperability Programme. This programme is enabling high quality, flexible and agile office space across the nations and regions of the UK.

Connect with Neil on LinkedIn

Session Speakers

Wednesday 9th November 2022, One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA

Semeta Bloomfield, Infrastructure and Technical Support Manager – Place Shaping, Watford Borough Council

Semeta has been the lead officer on a number of digital transformation projects in Planning, Local Land Charges and Building Control.
Watford were one of the first LA’s to digitise and migrate their paper-based register to HM Land Registry’s national digital Local Land Charges register.

In the past year, Watford have secured two rounds of PropTech funding from DLUHC and have successfully delivered projects which demonstrate how digital tools can help members of the public access planning information quicker and easier.

Grace Crannis, Senior Planning Engagement Officer, Richmond & Wandsworth Council

Grace is a designer, researcher, and community engagement practitioner with a background in architecture and is co-founder of design studio Syrup. As Senior Planning Engagement Officer at Richmond and Wandsworth Councils, Grace leads on the development of more creative, inclusive and digital approaches to planning engagement, including for both borough’s Local Plans and innovative projects like the Night Time Strategy. She also works to build capacity with the Planning Policy and Design team and advises on best practice

Jack Curran, Senior Manager – Geospatial, Homes England

Jack has over 12 years 3D visualisation experience in the private sector after graduating a Computer Games Design course. Initially starting out creating 3D assets for interior design, he moved in to streamlining workflows via automation before ultimately leading and growing a team of over 16 talented artists. The field of gaming technology (specifically “real-time” 3D visualisation) has now fed into multiple other fields, and when Homes England were looking for ways that could utilise the 3D mapping capabilities of their in-house Geospatial team, Jack was able to harness his experience and blend it with the world of GIS. Now with over 3 years’ experience as a Senior Manager in the Geospatial team, Jack has been exploring the use of this technology and championing it throughout the agency.

Laura Garnham, Strategic Portfolio Manager, Community Health Partnerships

As a Strategic Portfolio Manager at Community Health Partnerships in the Strategic Business Development team, with over 12 years’ experience in the health sector, a masters in Planning Buildings for Health and a Better Business Cases practitioner, Laura works with commissioners and providers to deliver strategic analysis, programmes and long-term planning that focuses on identifying strategic estate solutions to support the efficient delivery of healthcare services.

Laura has focused her time over the past few years on the delivery of NHS England’s National Primary Care Data Gathering Programme, with an emphasis on development of national data analysis and planning tools hosted via the SHAPE platform, and an interlinked national PCN Strategy Planning Toolkit that enables Primary Care Networks to integrate clinical and estates planning in an evidence-based approach to support wider system planning.

Blanka Hay, Local Growth Manager – Policy and Strategy, Richmond & Wandsworth Council

Blanka Hay is a project manager with a background in urban regeneration and masterplanning. She has broad experience in procurement, commissioning, managing funding, producing strategic planning guidance, engaging stakeholders and monitoring projects. As Local Growth Manager (Policy and Strategy), Blanka is leading on the production of a new, first of its kind, Night Time Strategy for Wandsworth Council. As part of this, she is exploring new ways to digitalise engagement, hoping to reach a wide range of residents, workers and visitors to inform the project.

Nikki Hopkins, Business Delivery Programme Director, Community Health Partnerships

From an early career in the Financial sector Nikki worked with US healthcare organisation United Health Group in the early 2000’s where learning was shared, and new models of community care implemented. Following this Nikki has spent over 20 years’ experience in the health and social care property sectors and understands how to make change happen by working with clients and partners to realise their estates vision, transforming places and unlocking potential. Having bid directed and established several Public Private Partnerships Nikki lead on the design and development of several new-build community healthcare schemes including an award winning £24m integrated primary and community health care facility, in her home town of Coventry.

Having worked in the sector creating innovative high-quality estate, Nikki will now be leading a national strategic planning programme to fully understand the capacity and capability of our infrastructure to deliver the primary health care services of the future. This is seen as the start of an exciting national strategic health planning journey, the likes of which have never been tackled on this scale before.

John Hughes, Group Director of Development and Deputy CEO, NHG

John Hughes is Group Director of Development, Deputy Chief Executive Officer and an Executive Board member at Notting Hill Genesis (NHG), one London’s largest housing associations.

John is responsible for growing the number of high-quality homes NHG provides working closely with the Regulator of Social Housing, local authorities and private developers to deliver new homes each year.

Prior to his current role, John had been the group development director for Notting Hill Housing (NHH) since 2008. John joined Notting Hill Housing from the Genesis Housing Group where he was deputy development director. He has 20 years of experience in housing development and regeneration, including managing the largest Housing Corporation-funded programme, over £200 million of Social Housing Grant and a substantial pipeline of properties for sale. He was previously at NHH for eight years where he held positions including director of new business and director of maintenance.

Dave Lister, COO, IAconnects

Dave currently sits as COO of IAconnects technology Ltd, a specialist I(I)OT Systems Integration company.

Coming from a traditional Electrical Engineering and Installation background he has a passion for analysing the real-world ramifications of our industries activities, whereby consideration for the individuals in every facet of a project will always be the priority!

Dave holds a unique position, helping to bridge the gap between the OT & IT markets daily. His in depth understanding of specification sales, delivery and aftercare affords him a holistic view of the customers’ requirements and their pinch points, often acting as the trusted go between required to drive i4.0 & IT innovation into an OT environment, never deviating from his ‘everything is an asset’ mantra.

A passion for ‘common sense’ innovation has been derived across 30 years of cross industry successes, ranging from Major Infrastructure Electrical systems delivery, through Enterprise Electronic Security systems, Industrial Automation, Building Automation and now I(I)OT in Automation ensures a truly broad scope of knowledge.

Jonathan Mills, Partner, Osborne Clarke

Jonathan is a Partner in the real estate department at Osborne Clarke LLP and advises on a variety of property related matters, including investment, development, tech, and energy and utilities. He has a specific focus on the alternative residential market including coliving, student accommodation, Build to Rent / Multifamily and assisted living / care.

On the investment and development side Jonathan acts for banks and institutional funders, as well as insolvency practitioners. This range of experience allows Jonathan to ensure that investment or development transactions meet the requirements of the developer but would also satisfy a funder’s lending criteria. He has been involved in both large and smaller scale acquisition and development projects, across a variety of asset classes. More recently Jonathan has taken a lead role in advising real estate investors and operators in the alternative residential market, in particular in relation to coliving and assisted living products.

Jonathan also advises a wide range of energy clients and have advised developers in connection with their acquisition of sites for the development of solar parks, stand-by generation and wind farms. He also acts for investors and funds in these areas.

Jonathan is working closely with Osborne Clarke’s international offices and network of law firms around the world with their cross-border real estate, infrastructure and proptech projects.

Chris Outtersides, Joint Strategic Plan Director, South West Hertfordshire Partnership

Chris is currently leading the preparation of the South West Hertfordshire Joint Strategic Plan – a statutory plan covering the local authorities of Hertsmere, St Albans, Dacorum, Three Rivers and Watford, working with Hertfordshire County Council. The plan will create a vision and framework for strategic growth across South West Hertfordshire to 2050. Prior to this role Chris spent four years working as part of the North Essex Garden Communities Programme and before that was based in Australia where he worked in private consultancy in Sydney for 12 years.

Bridget Wilkins, Head of Digital Citizen Engagement, Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities (DLUHC)

As Head of Digital Citizen Engagement at DLUHC, Bridget’s passion lies in using digital technology to foster diversity and inclusion across communities and drive the acceleration of proptech across the development and planning industry. Her current focus is to lead on delivering the PropTech Engagement Fund which has supported a level record of investment into the local government sector, currently working with over 45 local authorities and sharing emerging best practice across the market.

Bridget has more than 14 years of international real estate experience and is an expert in the global PropTech (property technology) sector through her previous role on the CBRE UK Innovation Board and as a founding member of the Urban Land Institute UK Tech Forum. She was previously Director of Community Engagement at Built-ID, where she was responsible for scaling the award winning proptech platform Give My View which supported the delivery of more than 35,000 homes across the UK.

Bridget is a proud advocate for developing the next generation of real estate professionals across London, with a focus on skills evolution into the digital age through her role as Co-founder of Peer20 social impact network, Startup Mentor on the REACH UK Tech Programme and previously Steering Committee Member of the City Property Association Next Gen Committee. As an industry champion for the adoption of proptech and innovation to support urban environments, Bridget was recognised as Global Finalist for the Tech Futureproof Woman Awards (2021) and Global Woman in Proptech Awards (2019).

Laura Wood, Joint Strategic Plan Lead, South West Hertfordshire Partnership

Laura is currently the Lead Officer for the South West Hertfordshire Joint Strategic Plan – a statutory plan covering the local authorities of Hertsmere, St Albans, Dacorum, Three Rivers and Watford, working with Hertfordshire County Council. This role is being carried out on a secondment basis, with her substantive position being Planning Strategy Manager at Hertsmere Borough Council. Laura previously worked for over 17 years at Dacorum Borough Council, where she progressed from Planning Policy Officer to Strategic Planning Team Leader.

Event Timetable

Wednesday 2nd November 2022, One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA

08:30 – 09:30 Registration, refreshments and networking

09:3011:00 Plenary and Q&A

Senior professionals from DLUHC, Government Property Agency, RICS, UK PropTech Association and Plentific

11:00 – 11:30 Refreshments and networking

11:30 – 11:55 Notting Hill Genesis’ digital journey

11:55 – 12:20 Hybrid and hubs: how public sector is unlocking potential with hybrid working

12:20 – 12:45 Accessing legacy data and future proofing your estates

12:45 – 13:30 Lunch and networking

13:30 – 13:55 Decarbonising technologies for cities and associated legal issues

13:55 – 14:20 tbc

14:20 – 14:45 Utilising digital mapping for planning and marketing

14:45 – 15:15 Refreshments and networking

15:15 – 16:00 – Panel debate and Q&A, chaired by DLUHC

A panel of public sector speakers discuss digital citizen engagement, barriers, successes and innovative approaches

16:00 Drinks reception, discussion and networking

Please note agenda will be updated regularly, speakers, subject matter and timings may be subject to change

Venue, Travel & Hotels

One Great George Street

Westminster London SW1P 3AA

Venue Information

Set in a magnificent Grade II listed, four-domed, Edwardian building the conference centre is very close to the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace and St James’s Park.

One Great George Street

Venue Tel: 020 7665 2323



How to Reach Us

By London Underground
Both Westminster (Exit 6) on the District, Circle and Jubilee lines, and St James’s Park on the District and Circle lines, are just 5 minutes walk away. For more information, visit the Transport for London website.

Walking Directions from Westminster Tube (exit 6)
When you arrive at the top of the stairs you will be on Whitehall. Turn around (as if you were to walk back down the stairs) you are now facing Parliament Square. Walk around to the right onto Great George Street until you come to two sets of traffic lights. Cross over both and continue walking straight down Great George Street for about 1 minute. One Great George Street is the last building on the corner of Great George Street and Storey’s Gate. The building is also the home of the Institution of Civil Engineers.

Disabled Parking
The nearest Blue Badge disabled parking bay is located on Matthew Parker Street (drive down Storey’s Gate to the west of the venue and take the second right). Alternatively, a little further away, there are bays on Old Queen Street and Queen Anne’s Gate. These Blue Badge bays offer free parking for up to 4 hours between 08.30 and 18.30 Mon-Fri and unlimited parking at any other time. Please see Westminster Council‘s website for further information.

By River
A River Bus Service runs every 20 minutes during peak time from Embankment to Woolwich Arsenal; the nearest pier to us is the London Eye.

By Car
The nearest car parks provided by Q-Park are located in Abingdon Street and on the south side of Trafalgar Square. Limited meter parking is also available in and around adjacent streets.

By Bicycle
The nearest TFL bike hire docking station is 0.4miles away on Abby Orchard Street. Click on the Cycle for Hire website and type in our post code SW1P 3AA. If your bike folds our cloak room can hold approximately 5 bikes at one time.

By Rail
London’s mainline stations at Waterloo, Victoria and Charing Cross are minutes away by foot or by Underground. For further information visit the National Rail website.

By Bus
Numerous bus routes pass within a 1-2 minute walk of One Great George Street. Bus routes stopping near Parliament Square include: 3, 11, 12, 24, 53, 87, 88, 148, 159, 211 and 453. For further information visit the Transport for London website.

GPS co-ordinates
Main entrance – 51 30.0822 N and 0 07.7500 W and Princes Mews – 51 30.0420 N and 0 07.7185 W

Congestion Charge
One Great George Street lies within the charging area. For more information, including charges, visit the Transport for London website.


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