The final line-up for Place North West’s Manchester Question Time has been confirmed, with two weeks to go before the high-level event which will debate the future of the City Region.
This one-off event brings together Manchester City Council chief executive Joanne Roney, leader Richard Leese, Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham, and chief executive of the Combined Authority Eamonn Boylan, joined by chair of the People’s Powerhouse Edna Robinson, and Savills director Jeremy Hinds.
Starting at 6pm at The Lowry Hotel on 30 October, the evening is sponsored by Savills, BECG and Wates.
A high-level audience of invited senior property developers, council leaders, architects, civic leaders and planners will ask their burning questions about the journey so far and what the future holds.
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Ticket holders include leaders and chief executives from the Greater Manchester councils, senior management from the region’s most prominent property developers, architects and planners.
With record population growth, unprecedented expansion and rocketing investment, Manchester is adapting to a radical time of change. This event examines how the city can seize all the opportunities that lie ahead, to create a world-class place that people love to live and work in.
Companies attending include Renaker, U+I, Hodder + Partners, Allied London, MediaCityUK, Muse Developments, AEW Architects, OakNorth Bank, Rendall & Rittner, WSP, Shelter, Placefirst, NHS England, Mulbury, Laing O’Rourke, Ask Real Estate, Telcom, Glenbrook Property, Bruntwood, and Capital & Centric.
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