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Talks and lectures

Modern Methods of Construction: Is it a good thing?

An event of presentations by our panel discussing Modern Means of Construction (MMC) and it's impact.

Embark on a journey of exploration and enlightenment with the Leicestershire and Rutland Society of Architects, proudly collaborating with Landmark Planning Ltd, for an enriching evening dedicated to the discourse on is Modern Methods of Construction a good thing?

As cities undergo development, understanding the implications of modern construction methods becomes increasingly imperative. This event offers a unique opportunity to delve into the intricacies of the latest construction techniques, guided by esteemed industry experts who will shed light on the possibilities, challenges, and impacts associated with the evolving landscape of construction.

This thought-provoking discussion is set to be a catalyst in shaping the future of urban planning. With limited tickets available, secure your spot and don't miss this unparalleled opportunity to contribute to the dialogue that will redefine the future of construction in our cities.

The speakers

Peter Wilkinson (Landmark Planning)
40 years’ town planning experience, both the private and public sector, and domestically and overseas. Peter’s vast experience makes him well placed to lead larger-scale, strategic projects.

Simon Jones (Vistry Group)
Designing and building custom homes is their passion. They focus on creating spaces from the inside out, always keeping the user in mind, as well as sustainability, modern methods of construction (MMC), and innovative approaches. Their aim is to make a positive impact and help drive change in the industry.

Edward Jezeph (Homes England)
Edward is a Chartered Surveyor with a background in real estate equity investment and finance. They have been involved with the financing of innovative MMC housing projects and Manufacturers.

James Wilson (Davidsons Homes)
From a handful of developments to the breadth of sites and thousands of homes built, their commitment to being a family-owned business with family values remains.