More big names confirmed for DIB National Property Conference

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A string of high- profile names have been added to the speakers list for the Downtown in Business National Planning, Property & Regeneration conference, which takes place at the world- famous Belfry Hotel on Thursday 9th September.

A string of high- profile names have been added to the speakers list for the Downtown in Business National Planning, Property & Regeneration conference, which takes place at the world- famous Belfry Hotel on Thursday 9th September.

The chair of the Housing, Communities & Local Government committee, Clive Betts, the Chief Executive of Leeds City Council Tom Riordan, and the Executive Director of Growth, Environment, Transport & Community Services Stephen Young will be contributing to what is shaping up to be a must attend event.

Betts, Riordan, and Young join Gary Neville, Lord Andrew Adonis, Laura Shoaf, among others, at a conference that will be focussing on the issues, challenges and opportunities for the property, construction, and transport sectors in the post-COVID economy.

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