TWO WEEKS TO GO | Logistics, Industrial & Infrastructure event

Join guests from Peel Logistics, Mace, AEW Architects, Knight Frank, Network Space, NJL Consulting, Baker Mallett, Morgan Sindall, Derwent Estates, Seddon, Legat Owen, Barton Willmore, WYG, IBI Group, Lichfields, DB Symmetry Logistics 2017 Combo Logo 4 Sponsorsand many more at Place North West’s update on the issues and opportunities in the logistics and industrial sector.

Sponsored by Rochdale Development Agency, Chancerygate, Curtins and Hill Dickinson, this breakfast event is due to be held on the morning of Thursday 22 June in Manchester.

The discussion will look at the impact of the ever-growing e-commerce industry and 24-hour delivery, changing location priorities for occupiers, last mile logistics, the shrinking supply of quality warehouses, and current investor appetite for sheds.

Beginning with an overview of market trends and North West take-up by Steve Sharman, partner in the research team at Gerald Eve, the session will then move on to a panel discussion.

Panel participants are:

  • Steve Rumbelow, chief executive of Rochdale Council
  • Mike Walker, development director at Chancerygate
  • Alex Vogt, technical director at Curtins
  • Bob Fletcher, managing director of Fletcher Rae
  • Jason Print, head of industrial agency at Gerald Eve

The conference will be held at the Holiday Inn on Aytoun Street, Manchester, with breakfast at 8am for an 8.30am start to proceedings.

Tickets are priced at £50+VAT.


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