The development features three indoor theme parks. Credit: via planning documents

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With an economy valued at more than £23bn and a population of 1.4m, Lancashire is a county to watch.

Hear from our panel of experts, made up of the biggest players in the region, on the major developments, investment opportunities and regeneration activity in the county. Devolution will also be on the agenda.

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Covering the market in Preston, Blackpool, Blackburn, Burnley, Lancaster, and more, the half-day conference is geared towards providing you with the information you need to know to maximise the region’s business potential.

Lancashire Development Update will be held on 10 February at Crow Wood Hotel and Spa off Holme Road in Burnley. The event is sponsored by LUC, Blackpool Council, ITS, and FI Real Estate Management.

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 Nikal, Harworth, AMRC, Brookhouse Group, Kingswood Homes, Civic Engineers, Aew Architects, Blackburn and Darwen Council, and more.

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Confirmed speakers

Alban Cassidy, director, Cassidy + Ashton
Debbie Francis, chair, Lancashire Enterprise Partnership
David Cox, director, David Cox Architects
Kate Ingram, head of economy & growth, Burnley Council
Alan Cavill, director of communications & regeneration, Blackpool Council
Karen Hirst, managing director, Maple Grove Developments
Nick James, director of planning, LUC
Emily Armstrong, asset & development manager, FI Real Estate Management
John Chesworth, chair, Preston Partnership & Preston Towns Fund Board
Angie Ridgwell, chief executive, Lancashire County Council

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