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Regen 2018, St George's Hall, Liverpool 7-8 November

Wednesday 7th November 2018 to Thursday 8th November 2018
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Regen 2018 is the UK's must attend event for those wishing to learn about and grab a part of an urban regeneration spend said to be worth £200billion.

Regen offers something for everyone involved in the industry.  

For the 50+ exhibitors, Regen will provide significant sales and business development opportunities while also offering an outstanding networking platform. Visitors from around the UK will converge on Liverpool for this event. There will be:

  • Urban & rural regeneration industry professionals
  • Town, City & County Councils, Local Planning Authorities
  • Main contractors, construction companies
  • Commercial, industrial & residential property developers
  • Housing associations & house builders
  • Town planners & urban design
  • Civil & structural engineers
  • Architects, specifiers, building designers & surveyors
  • Local & central government agencies
  • Investment agencies
  • Product manufacturers, service suppliers & consultants

And following the success of the conference at the four previous events, it will once again be run in association with the exhibition.

The speakers (listed below) will address the latest issues in urban and rural regeneration, policy and implementation, highlighting the key successes made in major towns and cities, in areas such as city centre and waterfront redevelopments.

As Regeneration is about people, place and the economic growth and investment that can create sustainable and resilient communities, the conference will examine the challenges that face towns and cities, in terms of economic development, housing and neighbourhood renewal, and will bring delegates together with policy experts, real-life case studies and industry leaders.

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Regen 2018 is the UK's must attend event for those wishing to learn about and grab a part of an urban regeneration spend said to be worth £200billion.

Regen offers something for everyone involved in the industry.  

For the 50+ exhibitors, Regen will provide significant sales and business development opportunities while also offering an outstanding networking platform. Visitors from around the UK will converge on Liverpool for this event. There will be:

  • Urban & rural regeneration industry professionals
  • Town, City & County Councils, Local Planning Authorities
  • Main contractors, construction companies
  • Commercial, industrial & residential property developers
  • Housing associations & house builders
  • Town planners & urban design
  • Civil & structural engineers
  • Architects, specifiers, building designers & surveyors
  • Local & central government agencies
  • Investment agencies
  • Product manufacturers, service suppliers & consultants

And following the success of the conference at the four previous events, it will once again be run in association with the exhibition.

The speakers (listed below) will address the latest issues in urban and rural regeneration, policy and implementation, highlighting the key successes made in major towns and cities, in areas such as city centre and waterfront redevelopments.

As Regeneration is about people, place and the economic growth and investment that can create sustainable and resilient communities, the conference will examine the challenges that face towns and cities, in terms of economic development, housing and neighbourhood renewal, and will bring delegates together with policy experts, real-life case studies and industry leaders.

St George's Hall
Liverpool

The conference line up so far is:

  • Conference Chair – Max Steinberg CBE – Chief Executive,Liverpool Vision
  • Andrew Carter – Deputy Chief Executive, Director of Policy & Research Centre for Cities
  • Victoria Hills – Chief Executive, The Royal Town Planning Institute
  • Ojay McDonald – Chief Executive, Association of Town & City Management
  • Professor Cathy Parker – Chair, Institute of Place Management
  • John Alker – Campaign & Policy Director, UK Green Building Council
  • Mark Latham – Regeneration DirectorUrban Splash
  • Euan Hall – Chief ExecutiveThe Land Trust
  • Danielle Gillespie – General Manager North WestHomes England
  • Mike Glennon – Chair North WestChartered Institute of Housing
  • Tracy Harrison – Deputy Chief ExecutiveThe Northern Housing Consortium
  • Nigel Wilcock – Executive DirectorInstitute of Economic Development
  • Henri Murison – DirectorThe Northern Powerhouse Partnership
  • Kate Willard – ChairAtlantic Gateway
  • Mark Basnett – Managing DirectorLiverpool City Region Local Enterprise Partnership
  • Michael Parkinson CBEAssociate Pro Vice Chancellor for Civic Engagement, University of Liverpool
  • Mark Kitts – Assistant Director, RegenerationLiverpool City Council
  • Darran Lawless – Development DirectorLiverpool Waters / The Peel Group
  • Richard Mawdsley – Project DirectorWirral Waters / The Peel Group
  • Colin Sinclair – CEOKnowledge Quarter Liverpool
  • James Flannery – ChairConstructing Excellence Liverpool
 

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