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FINAL TICKETS | Greater Manchester Development Update

Set to be one of the most popular conferences of the year, this wide-ranging event on 4 July will provide an update on the major sites coming forward and the development hotspots across the City Region.

Hear about mixed-use regeneration projects in Bolton, Wigan, Stockport, Trafford and Salford, the key commercial, residential and retail schemes being built in the city centre, and the transport plans knitting the Greater Manchester boroughs together.

This half-day event is sponsored by JMW, Turley, Kingsley, Curtins and Premier Guarantee, and will include a mix of presentations and panel discussions, with plenty of opportunities to ask questions.

Speakers include:

Lynda Shillaw, property director, Town Centre Securities

Mark Booth, managing director, Himor Group

Adam Higgins, co-founder, Capital & Centric

Paul Kelly, development director, Scarborough Group International

Becca Heron, director of economy and skills, Wigan Council

Gerry Brough, director of place, Bolton Council

Simon Warburton, transport strategy director, Transport for Greater Manchester

Stephen Bell, head of planning North, Turley

Jon Matthews, founder, Jon Matthews Architects

Jaimie Ferguson, director, Open

Chaired by Place North West editor Jessica Middleton-Pugh

The conference will take place from 8am until 12.30pm on Thursday 4 July at the Science & Industry Museum in Manchester.

Tickets cost £60+VAT and can be booked below


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