Reserve your Awards table
Discover this year's winners at the Awards ceremony at 6:30-12pm on 13 October 2022, at the Leonardo Royal Hotel London Tower Bridge.
Join your peers and clients to celebrate the achievements and resilience of the sector over the past year.
Bring your team to network with the best in the industry and unwind with our drinks reception, three course dinner and live entertainment.
To reserve your table or enquire about table packages please fill in this form, or contact Simon King on +44 (0) 1225 667508 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Meet the Ceremony hosts
The Opening Keynote Address at this year's Brownfield Awards ceremony on 13 October will be given by Peter Freeman CBE, Chair of Homes England, and will be followed by an Address from Guest Speaker Roger Harrabin, Energy & Environment Analyst at BBC News.
Peter Freeman CBE, Chair of Homes England
After qualifying as a lawyer, Peter formed the Argent Group of property companies with his brother in 1981. Argent is known for major mixed-use projects like Brindleyplace in Birmingham, and King’s Cross and Brent Cross Town in London.
Peter has also been a non-executive director on several other property companies and a trustee of a number of charities connected with education, combating intolerance, and public performance art. He was shortlisted for the Wolfson Economic Prize on delivering garden cities in 2014 and was until October 2020 Chair of Mayfield Market Towns Ltd. Peter was the principal author of the 2020 Housing Sprint Report and became Chair of Homes England in October 2020.
Roger Harrabin, Energy & Environment Analyst at BBC News
Roger Harrabin is the BBC’s Energy & Environment Analyst and is recognised as one of the world’s leading journalists and broadcasters, having reported on environmental issues since the 1980s. An influential figure in the British media, Roger has won many awards for broadcasting on issues related to sustainable development.
Roger studied English at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge, and then began his journalism career in print before joining the BBC, reporting for programmes including Panorama, Newsnight, The World At One, The Ten O’Clock News and Radio 4’s Today programme and was the founder-presenter of the BBC environment programme “Costing the Earth”.