BOOK NOW | What next for GMSF?

This dedicated one-off conference will explore the urgent need for the city region to finalise its plans and keep development on track.

Experts will debate the ‘plan of nine’ and its chances of success, as well as the impact of the latest housing target methodology handed down from government, and how the levelling up agenda fits with GM’s recovery plan in the context of GMSF.

What next for the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework is due to take place on Thursday 25 February from 10am to 12.30pm. This event is sponsored by Savills, Cowgills and Cratus.

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There will also be discussion of the planning white paper and its recommendations such as zonal planning, reduction of local plans, and digital planning methods.

Confirmed speakers include:

Steve Quartermain, ex-chief planner at the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government
Steve Rumbelow, chief executive, Rochdale Council
Cllr Angeliki Stogia, executive member for environment, planning & transport, Manchester City Council
Jeremy Hinds, director, Savills
Sean Anstee, executive director for advisory, public affairs & PR, Cratus

Further details will be announced soon.

This conference will take place on Remo, our virtual event platform, which enables video networking around digital tables, the list of delegates attending and private messaging of other guests.

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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