BOOK NOW | Meet the Authorities: Public-Private Partnerships

Hear from councils across the region on their large-scale development plans and private sector partnerships, at this half-day event in Manchester on Thursday 27 June.

Meet The Authorities Stacked LogoStockport, Liverpool, Warrington, Salford and Lancashire councils will be on stage, to discuss their ambitions for the regeneration of town and city centres, their expectations and experiences of formal and informal public-private partnerships, and the chances for the property community to get involved in upcoming projects. Collectively, the councils are working on schemes worth billions of pounds.

Sponsored by Lovell, Morgan Sindall and Winckworth Sherwood, the event will see examples of effective partnership working between developers and councils, and the impact of local authority plans and policies.

Speakers include:

Pam Smith, chief executive, Stockport Council

John Laverick, head of housing and development, Warrington Council

Claire Slinger, assistant director of investment and development, Liverpool City Council

Kurt Partington, head of development, Salford City Council

Stephen Young, executive director, Lancashire County Council

Colette McCormack, partner, Winckworth Sherwood

Lee Sale, regional managing director, Lovell

Phil Mayall, development director, Muse

Paul Brown, regional director, PSP

Chaired by Jessica Middleton-Pugh, editor of Place North West

This half-day conference will be a mix of panel discussions and presentations, with plenty of opportunities to ask questions, either from the audience or via Slido.

The event takes place on Thursday 27 June at the Science & Industry Museum, starting at 8am for networking, presentations from 8.45am, and ending at noon for lunch.

Tickets are £60+VAT.

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