Downtown in Business hosted its third annual ‘Talking ‘Bout Regeneration’ conference at the Lowry Hotel, Manchester.
Three of the region’s senior decision-makers will be the guest speakers at a series of top level events being hosted in Birmingham by Downtown in Business in the spring.
The leaders and chief executives of both local authorities addressed the one hundred plus business leaders from across the north of England who attended the event.
The Group Chair and chief executive of Downtown in Business Frank McKenna hosted a major investment and regeneration forum in Wolverhampton.
Downtown in Business, in association with Invest Chester and the Chester BID Company, hosted a property forum focussed on public/private sector partnerships and regeneration at the fabulous Opera Grill Bar & Restaurant in the heart of the city earlier this week.
Local Leaders from the business community across Lancashire gathered at The Flower Bowl Entertainment Centre for an exclusive event discussing core issues shaping Lancashire’s trajectory – discussing the Devolution Deal and its impacts on the Visitor Economy and Talent Retention.
Deloitte Crane Survey, Purple Bricks, Seven Council Executives and a Metro Mayor – Talking ‘Bout Regeneration 2024
With not long to go before the annual Downtown in Business Planning, Property and Regeneration conference, the agenda for what promises to be an outstanding day of debate and discussion has been announced.
Downtown in Business are delighted to announce that Jo Phillips will be one of the keynote speakers at the ‘Talking ‘Bout Regeneration’ conference 2024.
In a dynamic and thought-provoking event Lancashire County Councillor Aidy Riggott and Simon Lawrence, Director of Growth and Regeneration, spearheaded discussions on the Lancashire Devolution Proposal.