Mark Quinn delivers presentation at Future Development Plans
On Wednesday, 25 November, Built Environment Networking hosted their latest webinar – Future Development Plans – Kent – which explored future development, regeneration and investment within the strategic county.
Quinn Estates’ CEO and Chairman, Mark Quinn joined the speaker panel to provide an update on the most exciting developments the company is working on, including Highsted Park, Binbury Park, Merton Park and Stonehouse Park. He also shared more on Quinn Estates’ community infrastructure projects including the state-of-the-art Herne Bay Sports Hub and the upcoming £9 million facility for Pilgrims Hospices.
Throughout his keynote, Mark shared his wider industry thoughts and insights, including the importance of delivering what you say you will, that trust and collaboration is key to regeneration and building in a recession will help drive the economy forward.
Mark was joined by Julia Gregory, Director of Projects at Ebbsfleet Development Corporation, who took delegates through what they’ve achieved so far at Ebbsfleet Garden City and also championed the importance of infrastructure delivery.
Host Phil Laycock led a Q&A session where the audience could pose their questions to Mark and Julia, which covered a variety of topics. In his answers Mark championed having the lowest impact on the environment and promoting biodiversity, green space being key to future-proofing placemaking and the need for office space to inspire and train young people.
Quinn Estates will be speaking at upcoming webinars and events, so stay up-to-date with Built Environment Networking’s exciting programme here.