Downtown in Business in association with MSB Solicitors hosted an exclusive event with the chief executive of Liverpool City Council Tony Reeves on Tuesday 18th June 2019.
July 18, 2019
Here is a selection of our favourite tweets from the past 7 days. This week’s tweets feature @afootballman, @declan_wwc, @dib_markj, @dib_adamheard, @paulycorc, @ProcurePF, @vbrownhpc and @shapetweets.
Downtown in Business Birmingham hosted an exclusive event on the Clean Air Zone on 11th July. The event discussed how we can design our cities and road structures to allow for the transportation infrastructure and develop the cities of the future.
Steve Rotheram, Metro Mayor of the Liverpool City Region, has announced the next step towards the creation of an ultrafast fibre network, in a push to make the Liverpool City Region the most digitally connected in the country.
This week Jim reviews the May Premiership and concludes she was the wrong personaility but mightily let down by her MPs. He also wonders how she will vote on brexit from the backbenches.
The average homeowner in the UK moves every 20.2 years… That average in the 1970’s and 80’s was around every 10 to 11 years; in the 1990’s it increased to the mid-teens (in terms of years) and in the early part of the Millennium, it dropped again to the low teens.
Love live music, delicious street food and a great vibe? The Solihull Summer Fest is back for the fourth year running on Saturday 27 July and promises to be a fun-filled weekend for the whole family!
Gleeson Recruitment Group would like to invite you to The GleeQuiz. They have some incredible prizes up for grabs and all proceeds will be donated to Macmillan Cancer Support in loving memory of their good friend and colleague Vikki Bamford.
Birmingham Museums Trust is ready for a rocking summer this school holiday – from rock music fun at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, to moon rocks at Thinktank, Birmingham Science Museum, where they are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing, there’s lots to see and do!
Halton Borough Council Chief Executive David Parr set to speak at Downtown’s Breakfast event Mersey Power Towns.