Kunle is a property expert, writer and broadcaster who writes a regular column for the Architects’ Journal. He is a presenter and curator at Grand Designs Live.
Tara is the co-founder of Gbolade Design Studio. She is a founding committee member of the Paradigm Network, a professional network championing Black and Asian representation in the built environment.
Jennifer is a Founding Director and consultant for Tibbalds Planning & Urban Design. She has over 30 years of planning and urban design experience working on projects for private sector clients, local authorities and government agencies.
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The Developer Pitch offers a chance for architects, developers and entrepreneurs to present their ideas to a panel of judges as well as an audience of potential partners to help get their project off the ground.
The seven people pitching represent a cross-section of the built environment industry from architects to developers. All seven are either looking for investment or people and partnerships.
They are Vicky Richardson, curator and journalist, architect Max de Rosee, architect Russell Curtis, builder Christina Valentine, developer Steve Sanham and self-builder Andrew Wallace.
Just like the Architect Pitch, those pitching have just three minutes to present to the panel, who will then be asked to give feedback to each speaker in turn.
The panel comprises property expert and TV presenter Kunle Barker, developer Roger Black, architect Tara Gbolade, urban designer and planner, Jennifer Ross and engineer, Andy Downey (no image).
We are grateful to the Building Society for hosting the event.