BOOK NOW | Cheshire Development Update 26 November

Cheshire’s science and technology offering, town centres, the rural economy, housing delivery and more will be discussed at this Place North West event next week.

The cross-sector conference will give an update on development opportunities in Cheshire, as well as the ambitions, policies and plans shaping them.

Cheshire Development Update is due to be held from 10am to 12.30pm on Thursday 26 November.

This event is sponsored by CampbellReith and Torus.

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Confirmed speakers include:

Jayne Hennessy, development manager, Peel Environmental

Jamie Bottomley, head of commercial, Alderley Park

Chris Brady, partner, CampbellReith

Nick Lee, managing director, NJL Consulting

Andy Farrall, board member, Chester BID

Nicola Rigby, principal, Avison Young

Philip Cox, chief executive, Cheshire & Warrington LEP

Torus, senior representative

Stephanie Ramsden, economic growth & regeneration lead at Cheshire West & Chester Council

Chaired by Sarah Townsend, editor, Place North West

Due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19, all our remaining conferences for 2020 will be held virtually on Remo.

Benefits of attending the virtual event include:

  • Dedicated networking breaks where you can connect with other delegates over video on digital tables. You can even move through different tables to maximise your networking opportunities
  • The ability to private message and connect with speakers and other delegates
  • Your own business card with the opportunity to include LinkedIn details for other delegates to connect with you
  • Presentations and panel discussions from industry experts, which will be available for ticketholders to watch again after the event

Tickets are priced at £25+VAT. Please book using the form below – if you can’t see this form, please contact

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