Cheshire development update

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Angie Robinson, recently appointed chair of Marketing Cheshire, and Ewen Miller, managing director of Calderpeel, have joined the line-up of speakers at the Cheshire Update on Thursday 19 April, taking part alongside the Cheshire councils, Warrington & Co, University of Chester and many more.

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This event forms part of the Place North West Development Series and provides cross-sector updates on property and construction in different parts of the North West. Sponsors of the Cheshire event are Pochin’s, Transport for the North, Baker Mallett and Lexington Communications.

The Cheshire Update will consist of a mix of presentations and panels, beginning with breakfast from 8am and closing with lunch at 12pm. The conversation will look at housing, commercial opportunities, retail, planning, local politics, transport, and economic growth.

Speakers include:

Adrian Fisher, head of strategic and economic planning, Cheshire East Council

Lisa Harris, director of places strategy, Cheshire West & Chester Council

Steve Park, managing director, Warrington & Co

Lauren Newby, associate director, Regeneris

Bob Nicholson, development director, Pochin

Angie Robinson, chair designate, Marketing Cheshire

Robin Miller-Stott, senior policy and strategy officer, Transport for the North

Heather Thompson, head of business development, University of Chester

Matthew Morris, estate manager, Bolesworth Estate

Tim Kenney, partner, Kenneymoore

Ewen Miller, managing director, Calderpeel

Conference chaired by Jessica Middleton-Pugh, editor, Place North West

Join senior representatives already registered for the event, from Overbury, NatWest, Kier, Anwyl, Plus Dane, Emery Planning, Homes England and many more.

The conference is due to take place at the Cottons Hotel, Knutsford. Place North West‘s last Cheshire conference saw a sold-out event and more than 200 property professionals gather at the Queens Hotel in Chester.

Tickets are priced at £50+VAT.

 Click here to book your ticket now

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