West London Spring Property Lunch

Join us at the first property lunch of the year and enjoy networking in a fantastic setting!

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Our property lunches bring together 60+ key influencers from West London’s property, construction and planning sector for networking during a three-course lunch. 

The West London Spring Property Lunch will take place at Home House, a unique private members club in Portman Square. This property lunch will focus on the expansion of Heathrow Airport, as well as the current and future construction opportunities at the airport.

Our panel of speakers:

  • Matt Palmer, Development Q6 Director at Heathrow, will give information about the construction of an expanded Heathrow
  • Jolyon Brewis, Partner at Grimshaw, will provide information about how to design an expanded Heathrow
  • Kim Gray, Head of Commercial Planning and Development at Heathrow Expansion, will talk about the land use required with expansion
  • Chris Joyce, Head of Surface Access at Heathrow, will provide insight into Heathrow's surface access plans

The event will start with a drinks reception and will be followed by a three coursed meal. 


  • Member Rate: £98+VAT*
  • Non-Member Rate: £118+VAT

Venue: Home House, 20 Portman Square, W1H 6LW

Home House is located at No 20 Portman square, a beautiful town house designed by George III's architect, James Wyatt in 1773. It was commissioned by Elizabeth, Countess of Home, who desired a "sophisticated pavilion designed purely for enjoyment and entertainment". In 1775, Robert Adam, one of the most celebrated architects of his day, was appointed to complete the interior of the house in the sumptuous Neo-Classical style. No 20 Portman Square is acknowledged s Adam's finest surviving London town house. 

For any questions regarding the event, please contact Clarence at clarence@westlondon.com or on 020 8607 2500.

*If you are a member of West London Business, please enter the Promotional Code MEMBDISCOUNT to trigger the discount


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