The conference and exhibition, the first of its kind held by Pipers, features 28 developers showcasing development opportunities with appearances from 100 industry leaders across the two-day conference programme, including Johnson and Tony Pidgley CBE, chairman, Berkeley Group.
The Financial Times hosted a reception yesterday (11 June) at 5.30pm.
According to Prime Resi, Boris Johnson used the event to confirm a £1.5bn deal with The Silvertown Partnership to transform Silvertown Quays in London’s Royal Docks into a new 'innovation quarter'. "I have been around looking at some of the displays and it occurred to me that this is a real life Monopoly board here. You are players in one of the most important, most exciting games of Monopoly ever played. Someone here can genuinely claim to have Mayfair," he added.