Regenerating Major UK Cities (N704)

Venue: Copthorne Tara Hotel

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: May 31, 2007 End Date/Time: May 31, 2007
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Description

The UK is currently experiencing an unprecedented surge in large scale regeneration projects that will change the nation’s cities forever. Major developments in Liverpool, Belfast and Leeds - to name just a few - are offering a seemingly endless array of work.

The Government alone is expected to spend over £4 billion annually on regeneration projects across the UK. Add to that investment from private developers and the profit opportunity is enormous.

But do you have what it takes to become the contractor of choice?
Can you identify the next round of profitable regeneration projects?

Construction News has brought together the key industry players to highlight the wealth of opportunity for your business, examine the challenges and discuss the critical role of the construction industry in building thriving communities of the future.

Attend this conference and gain:

The inside scoop on upcoming regeneration projects including the Thames Gateway, Liverpool City and Leeds
An assessment of current and future planning policies and their impact on regeneration projects
An understanding of public/private partnerships and their rewards
Best practice advice on promoting local labour in physical regeneration
A better grasp of your role in delivering the zero carbon building agenda

Plus: Learn more about the £16 billion of work planned in Northern Ireland!

Who should attend?

From Contractors and Housebuilders
- Managing Directors

- Business Development Directors

- Construction Directors
- Project Managers
- Group Managers

From Local Government and RDAs, Heads of:
- Planning
- Regeneration
- Development

Plus: Engineers, Architects, Consultants, Suppliers and anyone interested in regeneration projects.

Featured speakers include:

Stephen Oakes, Area Director, ENGLISH PARTNERSHIPS
David Edwards, Deputy Director for Regeneration, Land and Property, COMMUNITIES AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Scot Wilson, Strategic Advisor, STRATEGIC INVESTMENT BOARD NORTHERN IRELAND
Bill Munn, Best Practice Director, THOMAS VALE CONSTRUCTION

Venue

Scarsdale Place, Wrights Lane
London
United Kingdom
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Additional Information

To register: Online: www.cnregeneration.co.uk Tel: 0845 056 8069 Fax: 020 7505 6001 Email: constructconferences@emap.com