Liverpool, Cheshire & Warrington release MIPIM plans

Details are out on Liverpool’s events planned for MIPIM, the international property conference due to take place in a month’s time in Cannes, as well as Cheshire and Warrington, as the Local Enterprise Partnership prepares to take a stand at the event for the first time.

Liverpool’s stand in the Palais des Festival will feature two morning presentations, and one afternoon event, alongside a series of other breakfasts and panel discussions which are taking place across Cannes.

The programme includes an overview of plans for the Garden Festival site, and talks coordinated by sponsors Signature, Curtins, Wirral Council and Brock Carmichael.

Signature Group is the headline sponsor for Liverpool at MIPIM. Partners are Arup, Brock Carmichael, Deloitte, Grosvenor, GVA, K2 Architects, Kier, Liverpool Knowledge Quarter, Ion Property Developments, Peel, Promenade, Redrow, and Verum Victum Healthcare. Associates at Blok Architecture, Bruntwood, Carpenter Investments, City Residential, Countryside, Curtins, Elliot Group, Falconer Chester Hall, Harcourt, Harworth Group, ISG, Liverpool BID, Live Verde, Moda Living, Morgan Sindall, Network Space, Steven Hunt Associates, Wirral Waters and Wirral Council.

Click here to download the draft Liverpool MIPIM schedule for 2017

For the first year, the Cheshire & Warrington LEP, in partnership with Cheshire West & Chester, Cheshire East and Warrington councils, is taking a stand within the Palais des Festivals. The LEP is holding a series of talks, covering the Cheshire Science Corridor, the Northern Gateway Development Zone, and Chester’s Central Business Quarter.

The delegation is being supported by 17 private sector organisations; Addleshaw Goddard, Alderley Park, Muse Developments, Fifield Glyn, Glenbrook, Graham Construction, Grosvenor Estate, Mott McDonald, Northgate (Strutt & Parker), Birchwood Park, Pochin’s, Pozzoni Architects, Protos, TEM Property Group, Vinci Contruction.

MIPIM is due to take place between 13 and 17 March.

Click here to view the Cheshire events programme for MIPIM 2017

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Is this really a good use of public funds?

By Marcel Croissant

With Historic Englands permission.

By Man on bicycle

I thought Manchester’s programme of events looked very interesting, and I can see that Cheshire’s looks equally so.

By Mike

Mike, C’est vrai??! Non.

By Marcel Croissant

Nice to see that the Liverpool stand is a sole one this year and looks pretty impressive as always , this and the international festive for business showcase the city.

By Shane

One of the reason TEM and others are pleased to sponsor delegation is so that the public sector can be represented at the most important property conference of the year without major public funding being required. However, it is an essential investment and one that all councils should consider without hesitation to help attract the best quality investment for their areas – we are delighted Cheshire and Warrington will have such a strong presence this year

By TEM Property Group

Both Cheshire and Manchester’s programmes look well thought out and interesting, and I’m sure they’ll generate plenty of interest as a result.

By Mike

This is not about Manchester post – yawn


@CAL I’m aware it isn’t about Manchester, just nothing that both they and Cheshire have put together interesting programmes which look to be good showcases for their areas.

By Mike

See the Manchester trolls are back still trying steal Liverpools light -Go away please

By Dontmakemelaugh

What;s wrong with Warrington Dontmakemelaugh?

By Saeff

Nothing is wrong with Warrington it works well with the Liverpool City Region

By Dontmakemelaugh

Toujours un plaisir d’avoir Liverpool! Nous serons ravi de vous voir encore une fois ici.

By Provence-Cotes-d'Azur.

As an indiginous celt and wacca(scouser) and an artist, designer, philosopher and pensioner l ask all the vested, business interests, what the actual PEOPLE of the area think about their futures, before any action is taken to commit to expenditure – a full and democratic discussion with the people of liverpool and the northwest and in particular The Celts whose lslands these are!

By Robert Baxter

Merci beaucoup!

By Man on bicycle

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