Downtown in Business Liverpool hosted a webinar with Avison Young earlier this week to consider the results of its most recent UK Cities Recovery Index.
Rishi Sunak presented his much anticipated budget earlier this week and the Downtown in Business chief executive believes that it was a positive announcement – as far as it went.
“This budget is welcomed. It tackles the problems around the pandemic and helps companies plan for the medium term. Business will appreciate the extension of… Read More »Budget response from Downtown CEO, Frank McKenna
Private sector group representing 150 businesses across Greater Manchester calls for rapid pavement licensing scheme and ‘CovidPass’ ahead of Government announcement
UnitedCity – the private sector campaigning and research group set up by business leaders in Greater Manchester – has created a manifesto outlining steps it believes the Government should take to facilitate a ‘safe recovery’, ahead of the expected roadmap announcement on 22 February.
The Speaker of the House of Commons, Sir Lindsay Hoyle MP, has accepted the position of Honorary President of Lancashire All Party Parliamentary Group.
The unanimous backing of Liverpool City Council’s planning committee for Everton’s Bramley More Dock development application has been warmly welcomed by Downtown in Business chief executive Frank McKenna.
The Managing Director of Transport for the West Midlands, Laura Shoaf, will be a keynote speaker at the Downtown in Business national Property & Regeneration conference later this year.
Gary Neville has been confirmed as one of the keynote speakers for DIBs first national property and regeneration conference which will take place at the Belfry on 9th September.
Read this months blog from Downtown London in Business Chairman, Simon Danczuk discussing the impacts of Brexit on the UK, plus the recent JD sports and European trade story.
The shadow secretary of state for education, Kate Green, was in the Downtown Den to discuss Labour’s plans of getting children back into the classroom at the earliest opportunity.