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Regenerating town centres has been a priority of Mayor Andy Burnham but have they benefitted as a result, and what is the role of the M60 suburban towns post-Covid, this Place North West event will ask.

Industry experts will explore the future of Greater Manchester and ask key questions such as, will suburban settings see a surge in developer interest as working patterns change, and what will be the next city region investment hotspot?

Join Place North West and sponsors JMW Solicitors, LUC, ClearFibre, Close Brothers Property Finance and Wates at this in-person event at the Science & Industry Museum in Manchester on 9 September.

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Confirmed speakers include:

Ian Simpson, founding partner, SimpsonHaugh

Simon Ismail, co-founder, Salboy

Paul Kelly, development director, Scarborough Group

Dave Saville, regional director, Wates Construction

Patrick Kennedy, UK regional head of flexible workspace, Colliers

Tickets cost £65 +VAT. There will be a mix of presentations and panels. Breakfast and lunch are included, providing plenty of opportunity for business development.

Live streaming

Can’t join us in person? Watch the event via live stream by booking the digital ticket option in the form below. You can also:

  • Network with online guests during breaks
  • Submit questions to the panel
  • Receive a copy of the video post-event

Book using the form below – and if you can’t see the form, please contact

Place North West is closely monitoring government guidance regarding Covid-19. Should this guidance limit the capacity of guests in the room, tickets will be transferred to the live streaming option, and you would be partially refunded to reflect the difference in ticket price.

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