Downtown in Business will host its second annual property, planning, and regeneration conference on Thursday 15th September at the Grand Hotel, Birmingham.
Focussing on the priority issues in the industry, including the levelling-up agenda, net zero, planning laws, housing development, high streets, infrastructure, and partnerships, the event has a range of eminent speakers from the private and public sectors.
Among the confirmed contributors so far are:
Tom Bloxham, Chairman, Urban Splash; Jessica Bowles, Director Of Strategy, Bruntwood; Bev Craig, Leader, Manchester City Council; Katherine Fairclough, Chief Executive, Liverpool City Region; Jen Hartley, Director, Invest Newcastle; Tim Heatley, Co Founder, Capital & Centric; Tim Johnson, Chief Executive, City Of Wolverhampton Council; Natalia Krystyna, Managing Director, Valu Construction; Phil Mayall, Regional Director, Muse Developments; Henri Murison, Director, The Northern Powerhouse Partnership; Jacey Normand, BBC Presenter & DIB Manchester Chair; Martin Reeves, Chief Executive, Coventry City Council; Ian Reid, CEO, Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022; Paul Scully MP, Minister for London; Tom Stannard, Chief Executive, Salford City Council; Trevor Steven, Mental, Health Ambassador, Causeway Technologies; Ryan Wain, Political Director, Tony Blair Institute; Ian Ward, Leader, Birmingham City Council.
Other speakers will be announced shortly.
Companies in the room include Arcadis, Atkins, Avison Young, Birmingham City Council, Bruntwood, Capital & Centric, City of Wolverhampton Council, Cotton Court, Coventry City Council, Deloitte, Invest Newcastle, Kier, Laing O’Rourke, Leeds City Council, Liverpool BID Company, Liverpool City Region Combined Authority, Manchester City Council, Morgan Sindall, Newcastle City Council, Peel, Property Week, The Northern Powerhouse Partnership, The Tony Blair Institute, Urban Splash, Warrington Borough Council, West Midlands Growth Company.
For further details and ticket information please CLICK HERE.