Exeter Chamber Property Initiative Committee (ECPIC)

Exeter Chamber's Property Initiative Committee (ECPIC) meets on a bi-monthly basis to discuss, advise and lobby on the important property matters impacting on Exeter and the areas' businesses.

We are formal consultees on a number of local and regional issues, with recent topics including the Exeter & East Devon Growth Point, the 'New Affordable Homes Regime' and Transport and Development.

Our meetings are held bi-monthly at 8.30am at Exeter City Council's offices, and normally include a presentation by an outside organisation on a topical subject for the group.  Recent guest speakers have included representatives for the Exeter and East Devon Growth Point, Cornerstone Housing, Network Rail and Exeter City Council.

Chamber Council board member Mark Pellow of Vickery Holman, is the current chair, and would be happy to talk to any interested parties on its activities.

Over 50 Exeter businesses are active members of this Committee, presenting excellent networking and discussion opportunities with like-minded individuals.

Membership is free to Exeter Chamber members, but non-members of the Chamber are encouraged to join to participate in the ECPIC activities. 

Please email enquiries@exeterchamber.co.uk to find out more about membership.

Members Of This Group

Hawksmoor Investment Management
Fusion community initiatives
Exeter City Council
Savills (UK) Ltd & SPF Clients
Sure Languages Ltd
WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff
Barc Architects Ltd
Clearfocus Training
Buddy Creative Ltd
The Medical Eye Clinic
Noon Roberts
Inspired Dental Care
One Voice Media & PR Ltd
Met Office
Exe Cars Taxis
Director's Breakfast Meeting
Hotel du Vin
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