IWFM London Region Conference 2019

Taking place on 14th March 2019 at the stunning Art Deco Freemasons Hall, the event theme is FM as a Disruptor.

The IWFM London Region conference is a highlight in the Workplace and FM educational and networking calendar, attracting around 180 facilities professionals every spring.

Taking place on 14th March 2019 at the stunning Art Deco Freemasons Hall, the event theme is FM as a Disruptor. Starting at 8.30am and finishing with a drinks reception at 6pm, the day will start with a welcome from the London Region Chair and a history of Freemason’s Hall explaining how the facility is used today, there will be sessions focusing on changes to the workplace, using information assets to build a better workplace and a panel debate on the uberisation of facilities management, plus speakers and topics to challenge delegates and provide them with information which they can take back to their workplace the following day.  

Tickets cost just £80 for members; £100 for non-members; and £60 for students. All fees include VAT and a booking fee.

Many thanks to our main sponsors: Principle Cleaning, Mayflower Washroom Solutions and BPR Grou, our drinks sponsor Andjaro and our exhibitors which include Julius Rutherfoord & Co, Moneypenny, Liquidline and Harrow Green.



  • Registration and refreshments


  • Welcome, Jason Cousins, chairman, IWFM London Region and introduction to event chair Ian Ellison
  • Welcome from Principle Cleaning 
  • Update from IWFM – Chris Moriarty 
  • FM as a disruptor – Ian Ellison 
  • History of Freemasons’ Hall and how the facility is used today: Mark Kennedy, director of maintenance at Freemasons Hall


  • Dad, did you ever work at a desk? Lewis Beck, Director Consulting, EMEA, CBRE.


  • How to take workplace data and use it to rethink FM. Jeremy Campbell, Emcor


  • Networking break


  • Flexible workspace is a permanent and growing part of the real estate picture – FM needs to be strategic and include it in its planning. Rob Strachan, Landmark


  • TBC


  • Lunch and networking break 


  • Using information assets to build a better workplace
  • Mike Gillespie, MD, Advent FM


  • Panel debate: Following the success of models like Uber and Deliveroo, are we starting to see the uberisation of facilities management? Will facilities staff join the ranks of delivery drivers as members of the gig economy? How will this affect them and the organisations they support?
  • Quentin Guilluy, CEO of Andjaro 
  • Chris Moriarty, director, IWFM
  • Lewis Beck, CBRE
  • James Dyer, Project Director, Clean Event 


  • Networking break


  • Jeremy White, executive editor at Wired – what future technology is going to disrupt FM and how can FM use it to disrupt business?


  • Closing address, raffle draw


  • Drinks and networking


  • Event close






Freemasons Hall, 60 Great Queen Street, London, WC2B 5AZ

Booking information coming soon