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Local government & property leaders talking ’bout Lancashire & regeneration

A star-studded line up of top-level speakers will contribute to the next Downtown in Business Lancashire Leaders Lunch, which takes place on Thursday 7th March at the Tickled Trout Hotel.

A star-studded line up of top-level speakers will contribute to the next Downtown in Business Lancashire Leaders Lunch, which takes place on Thursday 7th March at the Tickled Trout Hotel, when public-private sector partnerships and regeneration will be the focus of conversation for the event, which is sponsored by Krol Corlett.

The Managing Director of Capital & Centric Tim Heatley, Story Homes Director John Winstanley, and Muse Northwest Managing Director Phil Marsden, will be joined by the leader of South Ribble Borough Council Paul Foster, and the Director of Growth and Regeneration for Lancashire County Council, Simon Lawrence.  

DIB Group chair and chief executive said: “Most successful regeneration projects are delivered by strong public-private sector partnerships. We will be exploring what the ingredients for a good partnership are, from the perspective of business and local government, and what opportunities exist across the county to deliver initiatives that can help drive economic growth.”

CLICK HERE To register for this event.

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