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November 10, 2022

Andy Street to address DIB Property & Regeneration conference

  • by chris

The mayor of the West Midlands Combined Authority Andy Street has been confirmed as the latest big-name speaker to join the Downtown in Business national Planning, Property & Regeneration conference that will take place in Birmingham on Thursday 9th February next year.

Levelling up… the sacrificial Lamb?

  • by chris

Jim forecasts that we could see the end of meaningful devolution in the North following next week’s crisis budget. He also comments on the American elections, and reports on parliamentary boundary changes and a possible left wing purge in the Labour Party.

DIB to kick off December with Everton Stadium event

  • by chris

Downtown in Business, in association with Everton Football Club and Laing O’Rourke, will be hosting a breakfast forum to provide an update on the Club’s new stadium development and the Goodison legacy project.

Liverpool Accommodation BID

  • by chris

Downtown boss Frank McKenna chats with Marcus Magee from Liverpool Hospitality and Bill Addy from Liverpool BID Company to find out all about the proposed Liverpool Accommodation BID.

A Baptism of Fire

  • by chris

Rishi Sunak has not enjoyed much of a honeymoon period as Prime Minister. Frank McKenna reflects on the baptism of fire the new man in Number 10 has had to face.

Arden Cross Selects Muse as Development Partner

Arden Cross Limited, the consortium behind the £3.2 billion, mixed-use commercial and residential destination at the heart of the Midlands, has agreed a landmark development deal with national developer, Muse.