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Wirral Council will present on its £1bn regeneration plans

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Hear from a range of local authorities discussing large-scale regeneration plans, project delivery, and opportunities for partnerships with the private sector, alongside funding and development experts at this half-day conference on 12 July.

Wirral, Stockport, Salford, and Preston councils, plus more to be announced, will discuss their ambitions for new developments in town and city centres, their expectations and experiences of both formal and informal public-private partnerships, and the chances to get involved. Collectively, the councils are working on schemes worth billions of pounds.

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Sponsored by SDL Auctions, Lovell Partnerships, Iceni Projects and Pinsent Masons, the conference will also bring together a range of property professionals who specialize in working with local authorities, from funding and legal advice, to land acquisition and construction.

Speakers include:

Eric Robinson, chief executive of Wirral Council

Caroline Simpson, director for place at Stockport Council

Shelagh McNerney, head of development at Salford City Council

Cllr Peter Moss, deputy leader and cabinet member for housing, Preston City Council

Jonathan Goring, partnerships director, Morgan Sindall Group

Scot Morrison, partner, Pinsent Masons

Andrew Antoniades, senior director, CBRE Capital Advisors, manager of the Evergreen Fund

Pete Swift, managing partner, Planit-IE

Chaired by Jessica Middleton-Pugh, editor, Place North West

Further speakers will be announced in the coming weeks.

This half-day conference will be a mix of panel discussions and presentations, with plenty of opportunities to ask questions, either from the audience or on social media.

The event takes place on Thursday 12 July in the Cobden Suite at Manchester Central Convention Centre, starting at 8am for networking, presentations at 8.45am, and ending at noon for lunch.

Tickets are £50+VAT.

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