London Build bounces back

Leading construction event London Build is returning to Olympia London on 17-18 November, providing housebuilders and developers with an opportunity to network face to face with thousands of London’s top contractors, developers, architects and more.

London Build is regarded as one of the best construction exhibitions of its type around the globe.

Returning after a two year gap, London Build will feature 250+ exhibitors and 300+ speakers across six stages. There will also be 200+ CPD sessions, exclusive free-to-attend networking events including Meet the Buyer, Women in Construction and Diversity in Construction, the Humans of Construction Gallery, entertainment, live music, and more.

The show will be a platform for networking and connecting with thousands of senior-level decision-makers, buyers and influencers from across the UK’s entire built environment.

Housebuilders and developers will have the opportunity to discuss projects and connect with industry experts and senior representatives from Government, architects, tier 1 contractors, and peers in the sector.


London Build plays host to six conference stages: The Future of Construction, BIM and Digital Construction, Fire Safety, Diversity and Inclusion, Sustainability and The Built Environment Hub. Thousands of professionals regularly attended the show, coming to learn about the latest developments, innovations and case studies from leading industry experts.

Attendees will hear from leaders driving change in the construction industry on the Diversity and Inclusion stage. They’ll get the opportunity to hear from a diverse and wide range of speakers, talking about how they are striving to make the UK’s built environment an inclusive industry.

At the Future of Construction Stage, visitors can hear all the latest news on developments, innovations and project opportunities in London. The BIM and Digital Construction Stage sees panellists discussing all things digital, as they highlight the latest trends and innovations in digital construction, while visitors can learn from fire experts from leading contractors, civil engineers, industry bodies and more, as they discuss fire regulation, legislation and innovation post-Grenfell, on the Fire Safety Stage. Finally, the Sustainability Stage features sustainability experts from leading contractors, engineers, architects and developers, with panels discussing topics that include COP26, Net Zero and Healthy Buildings and Spaces.

The Built Environment Hub is the place to go to expand connections, providing the chance to network with thousands of attendees at exclusive free-to-attend events, such as Women in Construction, thought to be the largest meeting of women in construction in the UK. This session offers professionals the chance to learn from a panel of established experts, discussing the untapped opportunities for women working in construction. The hub also hosts Diversity in Construction, a networking session where visitors can make connections and be inspired. Here they will get the opportunity to meet a panel of diversity champions from all across the UK’s built environment, who will be discussing the key issues surrounding diversity and inclusion within the construction industry.

London Build Expo promises “two fun-filled days of highlevel content, networking opportunities and endless entertainment.” Register to attend for free at WWW.LONDONBUILDEXPO.COM