Leading property law firm announce sponsorship of the Oxford Property Festival


Posted on 9th January 2018
Blake Morgan is delighted to announce its sponsorship of the inaugural Oxfordshire Property Festival. Ran by the UK Property Forum, this event will provide a unique opportunity to bring together the very best of the regional property sector into a day of celebration on April 18 2018.

The Festival will start in the afternoon at Corpus Christi College with a selection of walks and talks showcasing key projects in and around the City of Oxford. The day will culminate with an awards ceremony celebrating the best and brightest within the property market, with Blake Morgan sponsoring the ‘Project of the Year’ category.

The awards will be moderated and hosted by Will Gompertz, BBC Arts Editor, and Blake Morgan Commercial Partners and OxLEP Board Member, Penny Rinta-Suksi, will also sit on the decision-making panel.

Michael Ward, Commercial Property Partner, Blake Morgan: “As the largest built environment legal team in our region, we have been involved in some of the most prestigious and innovative projects in Oxfordshire, so we are proud to support this fantastic event to celebrate the diversity of ongoing development. The festival is a unique opportunity to bring together the perspectives of all those operating in the property market to discuss the future opportunities and growth.”

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