The first in-person conference hosted by Place North West in more than a year is due to be held at the Crowne Plaza Chester, featuring a cross-sector examination of the opportunities and forces shaping development across Cheshire.
Networking face-to-face, combined with invaluable market insight and updates on major developments, make this a must-attend event for anyone interested in doing business in Cheshire.
Logistics, housing, business parks, town centres, the rural economy and more will be discussed at this event.
Cheshire Development Update is due to take place from 8am to 12.30pm on Thursday 24 June. There will be a mix of presentations and panels. Breakfast and lunch are included, providing plenty of opportunity for business development.
Speaker confirmed include:
James Nicholson, managing director, Harlex Property, an investor and developer looking for opportunities to unlock the potential of sites and buildings, from the major cities to smaller regional towns
Max Walker-Williams, founder, Walker & Williams, owner of boutique aparthotels whose plans include redeveloping derelict buildings in Chester to create a 52-bedroom five-star hotel
Sandy Livingstone, executive director of property, Onward Homes, a leading provider of quality, affordable homes for rent and sale in the North West which manages over 35,000 properties across the region
Senior representative, Chester Growth Partnership, which along with key partners will deliver a programme of improvements in Chester as part of the One City Plan, the 15-year strategy which guides the future economic regeneration of Chester
Tickets cost £65 +VAT.
This event is sponsored by Onward Homes and the Chester Growth Partnership
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Place North West is closely monitoring government guidance regarding Covid-19. Should this guidance prohibit us from delivering the conference ‘in-person’, it will instead be delivered virtually. Your tickets would be transferred to the virtual event, and you would be partially refunded to reflect the difference in ticket price.