As the world’s largest real estate forum, MIPIM is known for setting the stage for industry trends and discussions that shape the next twelve months. This year’s event in Cannes was no exception. With nearly 27,000 attendees and a significant increase in international representation, MIPIM 2024 marked a pivotal moment for the real estate industry. The overarching sentiment was one of cautious optimism, indicating that while challenges remain, there is a palpable sense of hope and a belief that the industry is turning a corner. Join us as we delve into the key themes and insights from MIPIM 2024, reflecting on how they will influence the real estate landscape in the coming year.


Our Development Director, Tom Jansons discusses his key takeaway from MIPIM 2024.


This article is featured in Premier Construction News and gives you a great insight into how the property sector is feeling about the market coming out of MIPIM.


Read the full article here – ‘Safe optimism’ reveals a sense of hopefulness for the real estate sector – Industry News (

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