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

BOOK NOW | Merseyside Development Update

Hear from Sciontec, Kinrise, and CBRE at this essential briefing on the state of the Liverpool City Region property market – plus, an intimate chat with Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram.

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The Liverpool City Region boasts an economy of £28.3bn, fed by ambitious sci-tech campuses, a thriving logistics industry, and popular higher education institutions.

At Place North West’s Merseyside Development Update we’ll be digging into what makes this region tick, its present struggles, and where the next great opportunity sits.

Held on 10 November at The Spine in Liverpool’s Paddington Village, Merseyside Development Update is sponsored by Tritax Symmetry, ClearFibre, Curtins, Peel L&P, Pegasus, and Fairhursts Design Group.

Our panel of experts will be weighing in on the city region’s current prospects, as well as taking a look at Liverpool itself and the plans in place to tackle its chronic lack of office space.

Also on the agenda: how the ever-shifting political situation with Liverpool City Council is impacting investor and developer sentiment.

We know this half-day conference is a great opportunity to make that next great business connection, so we’ll also provide networking opportunities throughout the day, including during a pre-panel breakfast and post-panel lunch.

Confirmed speakers

  • Steve Rotheram, mayor, Liverpool City Region Combined Authority
  • Mark Bourgeois, interim director of city, Liverpool City Council
  • Lisa Harris, executive director of place services, St Helens Council
  • Colin Sinclair, chief executive officer, Sciontec
  • George Aberdeen, co-founder, Kinrise
  • Laura Sherliker, director, Fairhursts Design Group
  • Neil Kirkham, senior director, CBRE
  • Lynn Haime, chief executive officer, Baltic Creative
  • Stephen Young, chief executive, Halton Council
  • Stuart Rogers, project director, Muse Developments

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There needs to be a battery of questions/discussions about how we can get more offices built in the city, and get long awaited flagship schemes underway eg cruise terminal, film studios, pall mall, baltic station etc.

By Anonymous

Ask one major question. WHY has everything stalled?

By Eric

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