Calling all CEOs

EG is proud to invite you to the highly anticipated CEO Summit, a day that has been crafted specifically for visionary executives to navigate today’s business landscape.

Set against the captivating backdrop of the Cinema at Battersea Power Station, this extraordinary event is tailor-made to meet the unique challenges and aspirations of chief executives in the real estate industry.

Immerse yourself in a day of unrivalled networking, thought-provoking discussions and game-changing insights from industry leaders. Discover how purpose-driven strategies, people-centric approaches and sustainable practices can propel your organisation to new heights of success. You’ll have an unparalleled opportunity to connect with fellow CEOs, shape the future of real estate, and cement your position at the forefront of leadership excellence.

Exclusive to exec level professionals, secure your seat at the Summit now and embark on a journey toward lasting success.

Ticket pricing:
£495 – Early bird (SOLD OUT)
£595 – Standard (SOLD OUT)
£795 – Late bookings (from Monday, 30th October)

Advisory board

Mark Allan

CEO, Landsec

Helen Gordon

CEO, Grainger

Stephanie Hyde


Andrew Jones

CEO, LondonMetric Property

Andy Martin

Non-executive chairman and senior adviser, ARC Capital Markets

Simon Murphy

CEO, Battersea Power Station Development Company

James Raynor

CEO, Grosvenor Properties UK

George Roberts

Head of UK & Ireland, Cushman & Wakefield

David Sleath


Catherine Webster

CEO, Thriving Investments

James Sparrow

CEO, Savills


Mark Allan

CEO, Landsec

Denziel Armah

Student, Plymouth University

Clare Bacchus

Global lead, the Design House, Barclays

James Binks

James Binks

Assistant chief executive, Manchester City Council

Sam Bruce

Sam Bruce

Head of housing and communities, the Centre for Social Justice

Julian Carey

CEO, Industrials REIT

Sarah Gillard

CEO, Blueprint for Better Business

Lewis Goodall

Analysis & investigations editor, Global

Judi Greenwood

Director of strategy, Regeneration Brainery

Isabelle Hease

Chair, BPF Futures advisory board

John Holland-Kaye

Former CEO, Heathrow

Andrew Jones

CEO, LondonMetric Property

Nick Leslau

Chairman and CEO, Prestbury Investments

Tamás Madarász

Decision science lead and vice-president, JPMorgan Chase

Samantha McClary

Editor, EG

Jeremy Myerson

Director, WORKTECH Academy

Geeta Nanda

CEO, Metropolitan Thames Valley

Kate Norgrove

Executive director, advocacy and campaigns, WWF UK

Tim Oldman

Founder and CEO, Leesman

Liz Peace

Industry chair and non-executive director

James Raynor

CEO, Grosvenor Properties UK

Yasin Rofcanin

PhD, professor of organisational psychology and human resource management, University of Bath

Lucia Sanderson

Apprentice surveyor, CBRE

Lynda Shillaw

CEO, Harworth Group

Ian Stewart

Chief economist, Deloitte UK

Fons van Dorst

Executive managing director, EDGE

Catherine Webster

CEO, Thriving Investments


Stephanie Hyde

‘I’m really pleased to be involved EG CEO’s Summit in November. Our sector is so pivotal to the economic and social health of the country and there are many topics that need to be heard at this forum. While much has been done to move the sector forward, in many respects we must do better and owe it to the CEOs of the future to tackle these issues head on.’

Andrew Jones
CEO, London Metric

“Understanding and anticipating the many macro trends and structural forces that are affecting real estate has never been as important.  The Summit provides a real opportunity to properly examine the rapidly changing landscape for property and I am very much looking forward to participating in the event”

Samantha McClary
Editor, EG

“Real estate is on a powerful journey of transformation and EG is dedicated to helping it successfully navigate its path. By bringing inspiring leaders from across the industry, from both public and private sectors, EG’s CEO Summit promises to deliver the solutions necessary for real estate to showcase the amazing ability it has to enable a brighter future for not just UK PLC, but our people, the planet and every place it touches. We can’t wait to start and amplify the conversation.”

James Raynor
CEO, Grosvenor

“This is going to be a fantastic event, and comes at a timely moment as change is going on within the industry as well as all around us.”

George Roberts
CEO, Cushman & Wakefield

“If resilience wasn’t on the minds of executives last year it most certainly is now – congratulations to EG for promoting what promises to be a wide-ranging discussion with resilience at its heart”.



Battersea Power Station is one of central London’s largest, most visionary and eagerly anticipated new riverside neighbourhoods. The regeneration project is delivering a vibrant, mixed-use destination offering a community of homes, shops, restaurants, offices, culture and leisure venues, as well as 19 acres of public space, all serviced by an extension to the London Underground Northern Line. 

The Grade II* listed Power Station and Electric Boulevard, a new high street for London, opened to the public on 14 October 2022.

Battersea Power Station is also home to events venues, office space and 254 flats. The first residents moved into the power station in 2021. 

Join Simon Murphy, CEO, and Sam Cotton, head of asset management at Battersea Power Station Development Company, for an exclusive tour of the Grade II* listed power station before the EG CEO Summit commences.

You’ll explore the turbine halls, which now house more than 100 shops, bars, restaurants and leisure venues, and learn about the vision behind one of London’s largest and most eagerly anticipated developments.

The tour will also be an opportunity to hear about the restoration work that transformed the power station into an exciting new retail, leisure and cultural destination. Plus, visit the beautifully restored art deco Control Room A, where power was once distributed to addresses across the capital, including Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament.  

In partnership with

Evelyn Partners

We’ve been experts in wealth, accountancy and business advisory services since 1836 and like most families, we’re proud of our roots. From Tilney’s beginnings in Liverpool in 1836, to the founding of Smith & Williamson in Glasgow in 1881, throughout our history we’ve helped generations of people and businesses thrive. Fast forward to 2022, and with Tilney Smith & Williamson renamed as Evelyn Partners, a new chapter of our family story has begun. A story of change – but also of constancy. We’re still here, in 26 towns and cities across Britain, Ireland and the Channel Islands, doing what we do best: placing the power of good advice into more hands.

LNRS Data Services is an accredited CPD content provider. Attending this event will count towards your CPD hours.