Laura Shoaf, Managing Director of Transport for West Midlands is the latest speaker to be announced at the inaugural Downtown in Businesses Planning, Property & Regeneration conference which takes place on Thursday 9th September at the world famous Belfry in the West Midlands.
The Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury Bridget Phillipson MP was in the Downtown Den this week, sharing her thoughts on the economy, the Northern Powerhouse, and Brexit.
Downtown Director, Chris McKenna caught up with Andy McIntyre and Tony Faulkner from VSI to discuss their #OurMindsMatter campaign.
The Coronavirus pandemic has changed the outsourcing landscape the world over, and Egypt has fared better than most in these uncertain times, establishing itself as a primary destination for the delivery of such services.
Lord Andrew Adonis has been confirmed as a keynote speaker for DIB’s first national property and regeneration conference which will take place at the Belfry on Thursday 9th September 2021.
Sterling is currently the best performing major currency year-to-date and many businesses are asking Western Union Business Solutions questions such as “will GBP/USD break above $1.40 again?” and “how high could GBP/EUR climb in 2021?”
A group of hospitality leaders from across the country came together for the latest Downtown Den event
Business organisation Downtown in Business has teamed up with BIC Law to offer advice and support to businesses who have been refused help for business interruption through the pandemic from their insurance brokers.
Downtown in Business has added four new recruits to the team in 2021 – as it gets ready to relaunch a sparkling live events programme from May.
Brock Carmichael appointed on large-scale build-to-rent scheme, designing 365 apartments in Lewisham
Liverpool-headquartered Brock Carmichael are working closely with Watkin Jones to deliver a large-scale build-to-rent scheme in Lewisham, South East London. The 365 apartments are set to be split between 3 buildings; the tower which is 35 storeys, building 2 which is 4-13 storeys, and building 3 which is 7 storeys. The residential units will be generously sized and built with strong sustainability credentials and high levels of resident amenity space.