Location: Science & Industry Museum, Lower Byrom Street, Manchester, M3 4FP
Cheap money, favourable policies and demographic changes have helped to create a mini housing boom, despite economic woes at a wider level, but will this last? The market outlook for housebuilders, the ongoing tussles over Green Belt and the Local Plans will all be debated here.
This event is sponsored by Trowers & Hamlins, Close Brothers Property Finance, WSP, BECG, ClearFibre and Oppidan Life.
Finnish construction technology firm GBuilder will be exhibiting at the conference.
8am Arrival, breakfast + networking
9am Welcome, presentation + panel discussion: Affordable Housing
Hilary Brett-Parr, project director, FEC
Jo Fallon, assistant director of development, Weaver Vale Housing Trust
Doug Hann, director WSP
10.20am Networking break
10.50am Presentation + panel discussion: Future of Resi
Colin Shenton, chief executive, Oppidan Life, part of the Shenton Group
Shannon Conway, residential director, Glenbrook
Kieran McLaughlin, senior director, CBRE
Dan Butler, partner, Trowers & Hamlins
Tracy Gordon, lead officer housing partnerships, Liverpool City Region Combined Authority
12pm Closing remarks, networking + lunch
Tickets cost £65 +VAT. There will be a mix of presentations and panels. Breakfast and lunch are included, providing plenty of opportunities for business development.
Can’t join us in person? Watch the event via live stream by booking the digital ticket option in the form below. You can also:
- Chat with other online guests
- Submit questions to the panel
- Receive a copy of the video post-event
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Place North West is closely monitoring government guidance regarding Covid-19. Should this guidance limit the capacity of guests in the room, tickets will be transferred to the live streaming option, and you would be partially refunded to reflect the difference in ticket price.