Hear from Manchester Science Partnerships and Proton Partners International on bringing forward healthcare projects in the region, at this Place North West breakfast event sponsored by Kier, TLT and SI Sealy.
Taking place on the morning of Tuesday 23 May in Manchester, join representatives from AECOM, Assura, Arup, BAM Construction, GVA, Mace, NJL Consulting, and Sheppard Robson who have already registered to attend.
The discussion will look at the relationship between the public and private sector in bringing forward developments, the healthcare impact of the One Public Estate programme, and the management of hospital estates.
Thomas Renn, managing director of Manchester Science Partnerships, developing healthcare and life science research facilities in Manchester and Cheshire
Ged Couser, director of BDP, lead architect for the £237m Alder Hey Children’s Hospital
Mike Moran, managing director of Proton Partners International, developing a £35m cancer treatment centre in Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter
Paul Warwick, development manager at Assura, the FTSE 250 listed developer and investor in primary care centres
There will also be representation from a North West NHS Trust, with more to be confirmed.
The morning event will be held on Tuesday 23 May, at the Holiday Inn on Aytoun Street, Manchester, with breakfast at 8am for an 8.30am start to proceedings. The session will end at around 10.30am.
Tickets are priced at £50+VAT.
Read back to last year’s Healthcare Property Update here.