Town centres are firmly set on mayor Andy Burnham’s agenda – have they benefited as a result? Will suburban settings see a surge in developer interest as working patterns change? What is the role of M60 towns in the city region of tomorrow?
Ian Simpson, founding partner, SimpsonHaugh Councillor Arooj Shah, leader, Oldham Council Simon Ismail, co-founder, Salboy Paul Kelly, development director, Scarborough Group Dave Saville, regional director, Wates Construction Patrick Kennedy, UK regional head of flexible workspace, Colliers
Ian Simpson, founding partner, SimpsonHaugh | Ian co-founded SimpsonHaugh with Rachel Haugh in 1987. Today, the design-led architectural practice employs around 100 people across Manchester and London
Councillor Arooj Shah, leader, Oldham Council | Arooj has portfolio responsibility for economic and social reform. Her priorities for Oldham include delivering the Council’s transformational regeneration plan for town centres based on principles of equality and shared prosperity
Dave Saville, regional director, Wates Construction | Dave joined Wates in summer 2019 from John Sisk & Son, where he was North West regional director working on PFI and other projects in the education, retail, government and healthcare sectors. Dave is accountable for the growth of Wates Construction in the North West.
Lucy Wallwork, senior planner, LUC | Lucy has a track record of working for local authorities on a variety of green infrastructure strategies, as well as various other strategic planning work, including green belt assessments
Patrick Kennedy, UK regional head of flexible workspace, Colliers | Patrick heads up the flexible workspace offering and provides expert knowledge to occupiers seeking flexible space and has developed extensive knowledge of the Manchester market and its operators
Paul Kelly, development director, Scarborough Group | Paul joined Scarborough Group in 2015 as development director responsible for the identification and delivery of the Group’s commercial and mixed-use developments across the UK and the day-to-day management of the Group’s Manchester office
Simon Ismail, co-founder, Salboy | In just four years Salboy, with its construction partner Domis, has delivered 1,300 apartments and townhouses across five developments in Manchester and Salford
Tickets cost £65 +VAT. There will be a mix of presentations and panels. Breakfast and lunch are included, providing plenty of opportunity for business development.
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