Regional Members' Networking Dinner Scotland

Wednesday 9 February 2022

Cannonball House

6.30pm – 10pm

Regional Members' Meeting

The SSA UK invites you to a return to in-person events in Scotland with a Member’s Networking Dinner in Edinburgh.

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Join your fellow operators and suppliers at the fabulous historic Cannonball House, opposite Edinburgh Castle, for an evening of networking and information exchange. There will be an open discussion about the state of the industry and upcoming challenges including:

 

  • Current state of the self storage market and impact of the pandemic
  • Impact of inflation on the industry
  • Pricing policies in an inflationary environment
  • Business rate increases
  • Recent self storage property sales
  • Steel prices and construction times

 

There will also be time for questions and discussion on other topics that attendees wish to raise. 

As this is our first in person event in two years, we have kept the focus on networking and industry discussion. A 3-course meal made from quality Scottish produce is included in the price along with beer, wine and soft drinks.

 

Programme:

18:30 - Drinks Reception
19:00 - Dinner

 

About the Venue:

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Cannonball House is a historic 17th century three storey building in the heart of the old town, with fabulous views of Edinburgh castle serving the very best of Scottish seasonal produce.  Opened in 2014 by married couple Victor and Carina Contini, who also run long established Edinburgh favourite, Contini George Street as well as the popular café and restaurant inside the Scottish National Gallery.

The name Cannonball House comes from the gunshot lodged high on the wall facing Edinburgh Castle. It’s rumoured to have been fired by Government troops towards Holyrood Palace when Bonnie Prince Charlie was in residence in 1745 during the Jacobite Rebellion. However, it’s more likely the cannonball was placed there by engineers to mark the gravitational height for the first piped water supply to Castlehill Reservoir across the road. Either way, it’s a little piece of history and well worth a look when you leave. 

 

Cost:

£90 + VAT per head
This is a member exclusive event.

Please note the date of this event has been changed from the original correspondence