Matthew Battle, Managing Director, UK Property Forums

On April 18th 2018 the historic locations of Corpus Christi College Oxford and Bodleian Libraries will host the inaugural Oxfordshire Property Festival. Using the conference and dining facilities, the unique format of the event (walk – talk – awards and music) will be located in Oxford at these venues allowing delegates an opportunity to experience these work famous venues. 

Opening on the afternoon of the 18th April, delegates will be hosted for lunch in the dining hall and new conference facilities of Corpus Christi College which was founded in 1517 during the reign of Henry VIII and has been recently awarded a prestigious award by the Oxford Preservation Society. The college is currently completing a series of projects to upgrade the fabric and the Oxfordshire Property Festival is excited to have confirm that it will have access to the facilities under the guidance of the Bursar, John Harrison who is also a speaker. 

Part of the Oxford University estate, the Bodleian libraries are among the most celebrated in the world, not only for their incomparable collections of books and manuscripts, but also for their buildings. some of which have remained continuous since the Middle Ages. Since being established in 1602 it has expanded and now has a range of facilities including the wool famous Radcliffe Camera and New Bodleian Library. The Oxford Property festival will host the evening awards and music on the 18th April in this prestigious venue and will set the scene for this special event. 

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