Who are the region’s most influential property players?

Place North West is teaming up with commercial interior design agency Scene to launch Power in Property – a new initiative showcasing the 50 most influential people driving the region’s regeneration.

To be revealed during an exclusive, invitation-only screening event at Manchester’s Everyman cinema on 3 February, the inaugural 2022 listing will recognise the business and civic leaders transforming the North West’s towns and cities. This will range from developers setting new standards of design and construction with their schemes, to council leaders creating new sustainable communities, to agency professionals helping to attract new investment and talent.

We will also be presenting the first Power in Property Award, honouring an individual we believe has made a standout contribution to the region’s success in the past year.

The full list, featuring profiles on each entrant, will then be published on Place North West on 4 February.

Dino Moutsopoulos, Place North West commercial director, said: “We wanted to create something special to mark the efforts and endeavours of the people behind the region’s ongoing regeneration. Never has it been more important to celebrate their collective achievement, given the turbulence and challenge of the past two years.

“We’re delighted to be partnering with Scene to tell their stories and shine a light on their successes.”

Courteney Kiely, founder and creative director of Scene, said: “It takes vision and conviction to deliver the kind of schemes that are now gracing the skylines of our region’s towns and cities.

“Power in Property is about recognising the decision-makers, the visionaries and the risk-takers who are making that happen.

“We’re proud to be partnering with Place North West on such an exciting initiative and look forward to celebrating their achievements on the big screen next February.”

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