21 May 2021

Christopher Ware

The Conygar Investment Company PLC

Christopher will be speaking about The Island Quarter development and how the 40-acre site will be transformed by Conygar in what is thought to be the biggest development of its kind in the UK at the moment, with a vision to preserve the unique heritage of the site.

Hope you can join us for our online catch-up.

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NCBC Speaker

Christopher Ware bio

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Christopher Ware is a director at The Conygar Investment Company PLC. Christopher has been instrumental in advancing The Island Quarter site in Nottingham and the granting of planning permission. Other projects he has been involved in include the assembly, management and subsequent sale of a mixed-use portfolio of several hundred million pounds. Christopher has an undergraduate degree from the University of Exeter, a masters in finance from London Business School and is a CFA charterholder.

The Timetable

What to expect at NCBC

NCBC Council will welcome everyone to call and update members of the current state of events and welcome the guest speaker.

Guest speaker will take to the 'podium' for their speech. Please post questions into the online chat.

Guest speaker will answer questions posed during the presentation.

Get to know your fellow members with smaller discussion groups and closing remarks from the NCBC Council.

Benefits

Why join NCBC

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Additional events

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Book for 21 May 2021

Christopher will be speaking about The Island Quarter development and how the 40-acre site will be transformed by Conygar in what is thought to be the biggest development of its kind in the UK at the moment, with a vision to preserve the unique heritage of the site. Hope you can join us for our online catch-up.

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