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The Midlands


Midlands UK unveils highlights of its MIPIM event programme


Delegation involved in more than 40 events during the four-day event


Midlands UK speakers to address thousands of potential investors


The Midlands UK delegation at MIPIM will be promoting over £11 billion of investment opportunities at more than 40 events during the world’s leading real estate show.


Sir John Peace, Chair of the Midlands Engine, will be joined by a range of senior keynote speakers who will be addressing the global investment community at MIPIM (Cannes, 12-15 March). They include Sir Edward Lister, Chair of Homes England; Melanie Leech CBE, Chief Executive of the British Property Federation; and Tony Pidgley CBE, Chair of Berkeley Group.


High-profile speakers from the Midlands region include West Midlands Mayor Andy Street; Jon Collins, Leader of Nottingham City Council; and Cllr Ian Ward, Leader of Birmingham City Council.


Female speakers will feature prominently this year, with the line-up including Elizabeth Fagan, Chair of the Derby and


Nottingham Local Enterprise Partnership; Claudia Kenyatta, Director of Regional Delivery at Historic England; and Rachel Dickie, Head of Urban Regeneration at Legal & General. The Midlands UK Pavilion welcomed more than 4,700 delegates at MIPIM 2018, who attended a series of presentations, debates and receptions.


Panel discussions at the Midlands UK Pavilion will debate topics ranging from accelerated housing delivery to maintaining momentum in the office market and the importance of delivering inclusive growth. There will also be presentations highlighting major investment opportunities across all key real estate sectors – including residential, office & mixed use, life sciences, digital & creative, and manufacturing & logistics.


MIPIM hosts attendees from across the world. More than 26,000 delegates from 100 different countries take part, representing major investors, financial institutions, developers, the property industry and the media.


Delta Security secures Hackney-based commercial property


steel security doors were proposed as part of the solution. Derrick Samuel, Building Manager, Property Initiatives Management Ltd, says he approached Delta Security to deliver the solution having worked with the company previously:


“The landlord works with another supplier, but I wanted to employ Delta Security as my experience with the company is that they are reliable, professional and provide excellent customer service.”


The highly-secure Delta fire-rated double steel doors were installed with a twin mag pull door handle. The double doors are ideal for wider openings, are extremely robust, fire-resistant, tamper- and weather-proof, as well as Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) compliant to ensure excellent access for disabled employees and visitors. The company also installed a Paxton access control fob key system that Derrick is able to manage remotely, enabling or disabling access to the key fobs on the system as and when required.


“Delta visited the property to conduct a survey, and it was agreed that the Delta fire-rated doubled steel doors were the best solution for this site,” says Derrick. “The property is now as secure as it can be.”


Delta Security, a specialist in high security solutions, has installed new steel, fire-rated security doors and an access control system designed to combat a series of break-ins at a commercial property managed by Property Initiatives Management Ltd.


The property, based in East-London’s Shoreditch, is home to approximately ten businesses and had become the target of thefts and burglaries. An independent security survey was conducted and


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Derrick manages a portfolio of 30 properties, making the reliability of third-party contractors crucial:


“Delta puts the customer at the centre of a project and it shows in the excellent service they deliver. Projects are completed within a given time frame and engineers are all polite and professional,” he concludes. “This is essential in a job like mine and for this reason I would highly recommend Delta.”


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Shropshire contractor chosen to deliver new Oswestry HQ


Shrewsbury-based Morris Property, has been chosen to deliver the landmark new UK headquarters and distribution centre for growing national company Aico Ltd. Aico, a market leader in domestic fire and carbon monoxide (CO) detection, plans to move to the six-acre site off Maesbury Road, Oswestry, and increase its workforce by ten to fifteen per cent. It has outgrown its base at the nearby Mile End Business Park and expects to increase its annual turnover to £150m within the next five years. Morris Property started ground work on the new site last month and is due to complete the project in late September 2019. It will construct the three-storey building to include offices, a training centre, auditorium and warehouse, with a glass lift within a feature atrium area. Car parking and extensive landscaping will also be provided. Morris Property is part of a fifth-generation family business group working in property investment and management, new build residential and commercial developments and restoration schemes.


For more information about Morris Property and its range of services, please call 01743 232005, email info@morrisproperty.co.uk, or visit www.morrisproperty.co.uk


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