North West in 2018 series

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Throughout December, we will be publishing a series of articles by guest contributors, exploring a range of issues facing the property industry in the North West in 2018.

Joanne Roney

Stretching skylines

Joanne Roney, chief executive of Manchester City Council, looks at the future of Manchester’s northern fringe

 

 

Alison Mitchell, Executive Director, Sensor City 2

Building a knowledge network

Alison Mitchell, executive director at Sensor City, looks at how designing for collaborative working will help Liverpool emerge on the global stage for science and technology

 

 

Deborah McLaughlin Chief Executive At Manchester Place

The land canyon

Deborah McLaughlin, managing director of real estate projects at Capita Real Estate & Infrastructure, explores options for driving housing supply in the next year

 

 

Gayle Taylor Lambert Smith Hampton

Thinking outside the cubicle

Gayler Taylor, head of North West operations at Lambert Smith Hampton, predicts changes in the office market in Manchester

 

 

Catherine Dewar Historic England

Where there’s a mill, there’s a way

Catherine Dewar, planning director for the North West at Historic England, looks at the impact repurposing textile mills could have on the region

 

 

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Cultural evolution

Anita Singh, land quality consultant at Hydrock, explores how the socioeconomic background of the property workforce could change in the region in the next year and the effects it could have on the industry

 

 

Susan Parsonage

Bright future for Lancaster

Chief executive of Lancaster City Council, Susan Parsonage, looks at Lancaster’s development plan and growth strategy

 

 

LYNDA SHILLAW

Reimagining our airports

Lynda Shillaw, chief executive of MAG Property, considers how airports in the region may become destinations in themselves

 

 

Rebecca Eatwell PPS NorthWhat a Labour government would mean for housing

Rebecca Eatwell, managing director of Newgate Communications, explores how the housing market in the North West might fair under the not so far fetched possibility of a Corbyn-led Government

 

 

Heather Standidge

The science of growth in Cheshire

Heather Standidge, associate director at Cushman & Wakefield, considers economic growth in Cheshire and Warrington over the next year as a result of the area’s expanding science sectors

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