Join speakers from AEW Architects, JLL, Property Alliance Group and Turley at a question time debate on the future of the logistics market.
Logistics Lunch is due to take place from midday on Thursday 29 January 2015 at the Albert Square Chop House in Manchester city centre.
The panellists debating the challenges and opportunities facing the shed sector in 2015 will be:
Andrew Bickerdike, associate director at planning consultant Turley, advisor to Evander, Peel, Patrick Properties and schemes including Liverpool International Business Park and Birchwood Park
Lee Charnley, director, Property Alliance Group, developing speculative industrial space and acquiring land across the region
Daniel Burn, director, JLL, agent on major logistics parks including Kingsway Business Park in Rochdale, Omega in Warrington, Logistics North in Bolton and Airport City Manchester
Derek Bald, divisional head, real estate finance, North of England, Santander
Steve Burne, managing director, AEW Architects, experienced designer in the industrial, logistics and manufacturing sector, from Port Cheshire in Ellesmere Port for Peel Ports to Yearsley's cold store in Heywood
Themes for discussion will include occupier demand, land supply, rents, changing design specification, e-commerce and planning. There will be a panel debate totalling around an hour followed by a hot buffet lunch with private bar.
This Logistics Lunch is sponsored by AEW Architects and Property Alliance Group.
The event is free to attend. There is extensive car parking and a choice of Metrolink stops nearby; St Peter's Square and Deansgate-Castlefield. The nearest train station is Manchester Oxford Road. The venue is the first floor of Albert Square Chop House, The Memorial Hall, Albert Square, Manchester, M2 5PF.