Head to the Property Professionals Lunch on 24th January to hear our Director, Lisa Mcfarlane, talk about the transformation of historical and iconic buildings across the Leeds and Yorkshire region.

Joining Lisa on the panel debate will be Mark Finch, Director of Real Estate at Rushbond. Both have worked together on several projects including the Grade I listed Leeds Corn Exchange, the Grade II* listed Bretton Hall project in Wakefield and the Grade II listed 1930s Algernon Firth building in Leeds.

Hosted by Yorkshire Business Desk the debate will touch on the importance of working collectively and collaboratively on finding solutions for historic assets, how to sensitively integrate contemporary and modern demands for space with building conservation and touch on some examples of how buildings can be adapted to meet the changing social and cultural needs of society yet respecting the social and cultural dimension of yesteryear.

For more information and to book tickets… http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/yorkshire/events/property-professionals-lunch-transforming-historical-buildings