Speakers from Wirral Council, Liverpool Waters, CTP, Falconer Chester Hall, Transport for the North, and Procure North West will discuss the pressing development issues and opportunities in Liverpool and the wider city region at this special Place North West event on 15 November.
The event will look at projects in both Liverpool and each of Merseyside’s boroughs and the wider city region, including discussions on Wirral’s upcoming Local Plan and development opportunities in Knowsley.
Major projects in the city centre, including the £200m Pall Mall scheme, Liverpool’s current largest office development, will also be examined, along with upcoming strategic frameworks for the Baltic Triangle and the city’s proposed tall buildings policy.
Speakers confirmed so far include:
- Adam Hall, managing director, Falconer Chester Hall
- Darran Lawless, development director, Peel Land & Property
- David Topham, chief executive, CTP
- Cllr Angie Davies, cabinet member for jobs & growth, Wirral Council
- Henry Martin, development manager at Kier Property
- Andrew Byrne, associate director, CBRE
- Robbie Blackhurst, managing director, Procure North West
- Sheila Wright, director, Pegasus Group
- Antonia de Winter, co-head of investment, Liverpool City Region Combined Authority
- Barry Roberts, Northern managing director, Morgan Sindall
- Jonathan Spruce, interim strategy director, Transport for the North
- Dale Milburn, assistant executive director for economic growth, Knowsley Council
The half-day event will take place at the Hilton Liverpool City Centre and will consist of a mix of panel discussions and presentations, beginning with breakfast and networking at 8am and closing with a networking lunch at 12pm.
The event is sponsored by Transport for the North, Pegasus Group, Morgan Sindall, Kier Property, and Curtins.
Attendees who have already booked their place include Bam Construction; Colliers International; Sefton Council; Walker Sime; Wates; Mills & Reeve; Mace; Henry Boot; NatWest Real Estate; Redsun Developments; and Arup.
Tickets are priced at £50+VAT