Find out about what's being done to futureproof Liverpool at this event. Credit: Phil Kiel via Unsplash

BOOK NOW | Futureproofing Connectivity Across the Liverpool City Region

If you are keen to learn about digital inclusivity and the role fibre connectivity can play in boosting Liverpool’s property market, this free event is a must-attend.

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4th Utility and ITS are working in collaboration to improve the lives of residents in Liverpool City Region, while making the area a more attractive prospect for commercial occupiers and investors. But what is it, exactly, that they’re doing? What do full-fibre and digital connectivity mean? And why should we care?

This half-day event will bring together leaders in both the public and private sectors to answer those questions and more.

Scroll down to see our list of confirmed speakers.

Futureproofing Connectivity Across Liverpool City Region will be held on 16 June at Innside Liverpool off Old Hall Street.

The event begins with networking and breakfast at 8am, followed by two panels and presentations. There will also be networking breaks to aid you in making valuable connections.

Attendees include representatives from Knowsley Council, Onward Homes, Hassett Homes, Pegasus Group, Vinci Construction, and AspinallVerdi.

Confirmed speakers

  • Stephen Young, chief executive, Halton Council
  • Cllr Tom Logan, cabinet member for education and skills, Liverpool City Council
  • Lorna Rogers, assistant director of mayoral programme delivery, Liverpool City Region Combined Authority
  • Andy Byrne, director, CBRE
  • Rob Huntington, assistant chief executive, St Helens Council
  • Tony Hughes, chief executive, 4th Utility
  • Alex Harrison, associate, Falconer Chester Hall
  • Lee Reevell, head of innovation and architecture, Halton Housing
  • Dave Hudson, head of partnerships and alliances, ITS

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