Venue
Science and Industry Museum
Science and Industry Museum, Liverpool Rd, Manchester M3 4FP, United Kingdom

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Event Date Wed May 13 CEST (over 1 year ago)
In your timezone (EST): Wed May 13 1:30am - Wed May 13 5:00am
Location Science and Industry Museum
Liverpool Rd, Manchester M3 4FP, United Kingdom
Region EMEA
Details

What you'll learn:
• How far is investment in Manchester a gold rush trip to the wild (North) West? Or is Manchester, as many UK funds argue, the ultimate safe bet?
• How can Manchester absorb more investment whilst tackling the byproducts (i.e. affordability, mobility, sustainability) of urban growth?
• How are hotel owners and operators expanding social spaces, engaging with local communities, and contributing to placemaking efforts? is an integration of co-working the answer?
• What type of planning regulations are needed for a full regional spatial framework to work?
• What type of transport improvements are needed so that Manchester can become a place where families and students remain in the city center to live and work?

Speakers

2020 Speakers

John Hughes
Managing Director, Ask Real Estate

Richard Morris
CEO UK, IWG

Madeleine McDougall
Head of ​Real Estate​, Lloyds Banking

Martyn Evans
Creative Director, U+I

Julie Charge
Deputy CEO, University of Salford

Rob Cosslett
Investment Manager, Schroders

Simon Warburton
Transport Strategy Director, TfGM

Tracey Stephenson
Co-Founder, Staying Cool

Tom McWilliams
Development Director, Property Alliance Group

Lee Bradley
Managing Director – Manchester, Darling Associates Architects and Designers

Ian Taylor
Head of RE Construction, North West, RSM

Sponsors & Partners

2020 Sponsors

• HOLLIS
• DARLING ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS
• RSM
• BPF
• International Workplace Group