Homes England CEO to appear at Question Time Manchester

Peter Denton, chief executive of Homes England, the powerful government-backed housing delivery agency, has joined the lineup for this high-level debate due to be hosted by Place North West next month.

Question Time Manchester: Defining the capital of the North will bring together leaders from public and private sectors to chart the path ahead for Greater Manchester. This event is sponsored by Savills, Morgan Sindall Construction, ITS, Cratus, Trafford Housing Trust and L&Q.

Senior guests are registering now from developers, investors and consultants who are interested in shaping the future of the city region. Organisations who have secured seats in the room include Civic Engineers, Purcell, Turley, Wates, Arcadis, Lovell, Winckworth Sherwood, E3P, Mills & Reeve, Aew Architects and Xenia Estates.

Expect to hear discussed:

  • Policy direction
  • Investment appetite
  • Place shaping priorities
  • Political leadership
  • Economic risks
  • ESG influence

Audience members will also have the chance to submit questions in advance and on the night.

Speakers confirmed:

Peter Denton, chief executive officer, Homes England 
Keith Bailey,
 investment director, Grosvenor
Henri Murison, director, The Northern Powerhouse Partnership
Joanne Roney, chief executive officer, Manchester City Council
Rick de Blaby, chief executive officer, Get Living
Sir Richard Leese, leader, Manchester City Council
Jeremy Hinds, planning director, Savills
Fiona Fletcher-Smith, chief executive officer, L&Q

Become a sponsor of Question Time Manchester 2021

Book using the form below – if you cannot see the form, please contact events@placenorthwest.co.uk

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