Overbury is inviting the region’s leading property professionals to converge on Cambridge for its annual closer-to-home alternative to the world’s largest real estate convention.
The national office fit out and refurbishment specialist is set to bring the spirit of Cannes to Cambridge for its fifth ‘Not Going to MIPIM’ party this Thursday 5th March at The Grain & Hop Store, Regent Street in the city centre.
Overbury first launched the free event in Cambridge in 2015. ‘Not Going to MIPIM’ has since become a key date in the property hospitality diary and is expected to attract more than 100 representatives from the region’s commercial property sector.
The popular networking event is a regional alternative to international real estate market event MIPIM 2020, which will now take place in the south of France in June having been postponed by organisers.
Danny Parmar, business development manager, Overbury said: “MIPIM may be postponed, but our annual ‘Not Going to MIPIM’ party isn’t! The event gives leading regional property professionals the chance to get into the spirit before the conference. It’s also a great opportunity to meet new contacts and to discuss events which are shaping Cambridge’s commercial property sector. We’re returning to The Grain and Hop store in central Cambridge, which is just a short 10 minute stroll from the train station. I would encourage property professionals who would like to join us to get in touch to secure their place at the event.”
Overbury has delivered several office fit out and refurbishment projects in Cambridge for clients including AstraZeneca, Eversheds Sutherland, Sepura, Mills & Reeve, Siemens, Horizon Discovery, GEANT and Thales. The contractor recently completed CAT B office fit out projects on behalf of four separate clients totalling 48,000 sq ft at CB1’s flagship 50/60 Station Road development.