Place Young Things Sept 2019 (34)

GALLERY | Place Young Things

Following a successful launch at Mamucium in Manchester's Hotel Indigo in May, Thursday saw more than 100 attendees gather at Fazenda for Place's second young person's networking event.

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Throughout August, Place North West published reflections from property professionals on the towns and cities that shaped them, and how the fabric of these places has changed, along with their vision for the future. Here, you can read the series in full.

Nic Cage Thing Of The Week

THING OF THE WEEK

Nicolas Cage lands in Manchester via Con Air, Lego suffragettes show up in South Ribble, Samsung gives us a vision of the future, and South Korea pays the North West a visit.

Steve Slater

My Place | Hale

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Hale, Bowdon and Altrincham are hotspots for prime residential development but developers need to be wary of pricing people out of the area, writes Steve Slater of Real Estate Investment Partnerships.

John Barton

My Place | Rochdale

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Rochdale’s thriving business parks have helped bring cash, confidence and speciality coffee to its historic town centre, but the momentum can’t be lost, writes John Barton of BC Real Estate.

Esme Roberts

My Place | Broughton

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Positive change in places like Lower Broughton and Swinton needs to be maintained for Salford to shake off its historic reputation, writes Esme Roberts of Newgate Communications.

Neal Allen Burt

My Place | Sandbach

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In an era of globalisation, Sandbach needs to look to its market to secure its future, writes Neal Allen-Burt of Sheppard Robson.

Paul Jones

My Place | Monton

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Being the next big thing can be a curse as well as a blessing, so how do places like Monton maintain their identity as they become more popular, writes Paul Jones of Capital & Centric.

Kevin Horton

My Place | Southport

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On paper, Southport should be doing better: taking a leaf out of Lytham's book and giving the town a focus on health and wellbeing could be one way to do it, writes Kevin Horton of K2 Architects.