Speakers from Property Alliance Group, CTP, Squire & Partners, Avison Young and more will discuss the future of the city’s office market against the uncertain climate caused by the pandemic, at this Place North West event tomorrow.
Manchester Offices + Workspace is sponsored by DAC Beachcroft, SI Sealy and RoC Consulting.
The half-day event, due to take place online on the morning of Thursday 1 October, will explore Manchester’s office market in the context of the future of work debate, as well as the impact of working from home on supply, demand and design, and the outlook for new projects across the city.
Attendees can network with 100-plus registered guests from Hawkins\Brown, Hydrock, Claremont, HBD, Buro Four, BDP, Morgan Sindall, Ardmac, Waterman and more at the dedicated briefing.
It will be the latest Place North West event hosted using a virtual conferencing platform called Remo, which enables networking on digital ‘tables’, as well as many other features.
Murray Levinson, partner, Squire & Partners architecture and design practice whose work includes Landmark in St Peter’s Square
Alex Russell, managing director, Property Alliance Group, developer and investor behind many of the city’s most prominent office assets including Piccadilly Place and Towers Business Park
David Topham, chief executive, CTP, Manchester-based development and investment company with a portfolio that stretches across the UK
Chris Cheap, principal and managing director of UK Regions, Avison Young, an experienced office agent with a proven track record in the city, and now overseeing the advisory firm’s 15 regional offices
Stephanie Cox, director, E3P, environmental consultancy whose advice ranges from biodiversity and geotechnical to acoustics
Rory O’Connor, director, RoC Consulting, civil and structural engineers whose work includes No1 Spinningfields
Liz Donnelly, legal director in real estate, DAC Beachcroft, international law firm offering commercial expertise in real estate
Genevieve Pegg, publishing director, HarperNorth, expanding occupier in the creative sector in the Northern Quarter
Danny Madden, director, SI Sealy, one of the largest specialist building services design engineers in the North
Benefits of attending the virtual event include:
- Dedicated networking breaks where you can connect with other delegates over video on digital tables. You can even move through different tables to maximise your networking opportunities
- The ability to private message and connect with speakers and other delegates
- Your own business card with the opportunity to include LinkedIn details for other delegates to connect with you
- Presentations and panel discussions from industry experts, which will be available for ticketholders to watch again after the event
Tickets are priced at £25+VAT. Please book using the form below – if you can’t see this form, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org