Location: Castle Green Hotel, Kendal
Council-led mixed-use schemes, advanced manufacturing and the future of housing will all be discussed at this half-day conference on Thursday 27 February.
Speakers from across a range of sectors will update on economic activity in Cumbria, key development sites and how to attract a younger demographic to one of England’s most rural counties, at the Castle Green Hotel in Kendal.
Opportunities will be explored across Cumbria’s thriving nuclear energy and manufacturing industry, as well as pipeline residential, retail and commercial schemes, through a mix of presentations and panels.
The conference is due to start at 8am for networking, with presentations beginning at 9am. The event ends at midday with lunch and further networking opportunities.
This event is sponsored by Curtins.
8am – Registration and networking
9am – Welcome, presentations and panel featuring:
- Dave Saville, business unit director, Wates
- Stuart Klosinski, project manager, Furness Economic Development Forum
- David Wiggins, senior engineer, Curtins
- Michelle Rothwell, founder, Watch This Space
- Harry Tonge, associate, head of Kendal office, Steven Abbott Associates
10.15am – Break
10.45am – Presentations and panel featuring:
- David Armstrong, senior delivery manager, Home Group
- Dan Hudson, strategy lead specialist, South Lakeland District Council
- Tom Housden, director, Outpost
- Simon Smith, associate, Curtins
12pm – finish for lunch and further networking
Join guests from Metis Real Estate Advisors, Maple Grove Developments, HBD, Eric Wright Group, Caddick Construction, Adlington Retirement Living, Lloyds Bank, Napthens, Mott MacDonald, Rayner Rowen Developments, Collinson Construction, Brady Chartered Surveyors, Lambert Smith Hampton, Persimmon Homes, Scape Procure, MAZE Planning Solutions, Pentle Land & Property, Turley, Stephenson Halliday, WYG, Rider Levett Bucknall, Wardell Armstrong, Carigiet Cowen Chartered Surveyors, Nevis Environmental, Roper Millthrop Consulting, Walsingham Planning, plus many more.
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