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Join Keepmoat Homes, Amstone Developments, Cundall, St Michael’s, AEW Architects, Manchester City Council, Hydrock, Miller Homes, CBRE, Insite Construction, Arup, IBI Group, JLL, Prime Transport Planning, Sigma Capital, Cushman & Wakefield, Salix Homes, Pozzoni Architecture, Braemar Estates, Great Places Housing Group, Sheppard Robson, Hoare Lea, Rochdale Council and more at Place RESI 2017 on Thursday.

Representatives from these companies have signed up for Place North West’s annual housing sector conference, where speakers from the public and private sector will look at key issues such as growth figures, Green Belt release, and design standards.

Place RESI Sponsor Logo NEWIn-depth discussion on the day will look at housing strategies across the North West, the emerging Greater Manchester Spatial Framework, masterplanning, public consultation, and the role of housing associations within affordable and private sector development.

Speakers include:

Eamonn Boylan, chief executive of Stockport Council, and incoming chief executive of the Greater Manchester Combined Authority

Stephen Hodder, chairman of architecture studio Hodder + Partners

Dan Mitchell, partner, and Stephen Tucker, design partner at planning consultancy Barton Willmore

Deborah McLaughlin, head of housing delivery & strategy at GL Hearn

Adam Higgins, co-founder of Capital & Centric

Paul Westhead, head of property business development, Trafford Housing Trust

Zoe Ensor, partner at public consultation and political engagement specialist PPS Group

Tahreen Shad, business development manager, Lovell Partnerships

Place RESI 2017 is sponsored by Barton Willmore, Lovell Partnerships, Kingsley and PPS Group.

The half-day conference will be held on Thursday 23 March at the Holiday Inn on Aytoun Street, Manchester, with breakfast at 8am for an 8.30am start to proceedings, and finishing with lunch at 12 noon.

Tickets are priced at £50+VAT.


Read back to last year’s Place RESI 2016 conference here

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