BOOK NOW | Lancashire Development Update  

Join LUC, ClearFibre, Lancashire County Council and Blackpool Council at this dedicated sub-regional briefing on Thursday 22 April.

Attendees will receive an update on activity in Lancashire, including major developments, the emerging pipeline of new projects and policies shaping the area. Commercial and residential property will both be covered in a mix of presentations and panel discussions.

Speakers confirmed include:

David Harland, chief executive officer, Eden Project 
Melissa Conlon, 
commercial director, AMRC
Chris Hayward, director of development and housing, Preston City Council 
Phil Jones
, director of new services, Calico Homes
Stephen Young, executive director of growth, environment, transport and community, Lancashire County Council
Nick Gerrard, growth and prosperity programme director, Blackpool Council
Sofie Swindlehurst, associate ecologist, LUC
Gary Goodman, land and planning director, BXB

This event is sponsored by LUC, Blackpool Council, Lancashire County Council and ClearFibre

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

The platform opens at 9.30am for networking, with the presentations/panels starting at 10am. Tickets are priced at £30+VAT. Please book using the form below – if you can’t see this form, please contact

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