Compendium Living co-sponsors Derby Property Summit

IThe regeneration specialist behind Derby’s £100 million Castleward project, Compendium Living, is supporting the city’s inaugural Derby Property Summit which has been massively oversubscribed.

Taking place at Pride Park Stadium on Wednesday 15th May, the Derby Property Summit will showcase everything the city has to offer potential investors, through a range of special guest speakers and expert discussion panels.

Compendium Living’s Managing Director, Dave Bullock, will be part of an expert panel discussing the rebirth of urban residential developments, which will be chaired by the show’s host, TV’s financial journalist Declan Curry.

Dave comments: “We are delighted to be showing our support for the city and the fantastic investment opportunities it holds by co-sponsoring this great event, which has really helped to put Derby on the map.

“We are proud to support this event because it showcases everything Derby has to offer local, national and even international investors and businesses, including specialist skills, services and commercial space.

“Like many companies, we are fully supportive of the show because it raises the profile of Derby as a city and I am pleased to have been invited to take part in one of the event’s key discussion panels on the rebirth of residential developments.

“It is great to see that there is huge interest in the event and the city from those around the country, which provides great networking opportunities, helpful information from a wide range of experts and a variety of interesting seminars and presentations.”

The show is expected to attract over 300 visitors, including potential investors and clients from London, Birmingham and Manchester.

Compendium Living has been selected by Derby City Council to redevelop 30 acres of land between Derby Midland Station and Westfield into a sustainable community of 800 new homes and 34,500sqft of commercial space.

Work on phase one of the redevelopment, covering approximately five acres of land and including the creation of 163 residential units, approximately 16,500sqft of commercial space, a boulevard and a new urban park, is now underway.