Construction in Retail

Venue: RIBA

Location: London, W1B 1AD, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Sep 23, 2004 End Date/Time: Sep 23, 2004
Registration Date: Sep 23, 2004
Early Registration Date: Jul 02, 2004
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Description

The urban renaissance is a major catalyst for retail-led sustainable development in inner cities. Contractors, developers and retailers can see growth in city populations spurred by investments in the urban environment and must develop their business strategies to reflect the new dynamics of the construction industry.

This conference will provide expert presentations on:
* Mixed-use retail and its role in retail-led urban regeneration
* Specific case studies on: Victoria Street, Eagle Centre, Bullring
* The requirements of contractors for construction of urban environments
* Extending regeneration to mid-size towns as new markets for retailers and developers

Venue

RIBA
66 Portland Place
United Kingdom
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Additional Information

To exploit the business potential of this new phase of retail-led urban regeneration it is imperative to understand the underlying trends that make inner city regeneration so attractive to the industry. Construction News have brought in a formidable panel of speakers from all areas of the industry including: - Bob De Barr, Development Director, Land Securities - George Cochrane, Community Regeneration Executive, Chelsfield - Caroline McCarthy, UK Social Responsibility Manager, B&Q - Peter Miller, Director of Development, Westfield - Bill Boler, Director Underserved Markets, BITC - Charlie Parker, Executive Director, Regeneration, Liverpool City Council