Regen 2017

Starts: Wednesday, 22nd March 2017 - 9.00am

Ends: Thursday, 23rd March 2017 - 5.00pm

Location: St. George’s Hall, Liverpool

About this event

1.  Free–to–attend, 26 speaker, two day conference programme, with the leading figures in the UK Regeneration Industry. Click here to view the finalised conference programme & see below
2.  Free–to–attend exhibition of some of the industry's major product and service suppliers
3.  Free–to–attend two hour champagne drinks reception & networking evening with hundreds of industry colleagues
4.  CPD points credited for attendance

Both previous Regen events attracted 1,500 registered delegates, and next month, delegates from around the UK will converge on Liverpool once again.......

•   Urban and rural regeneration industry professionals
•   Main contractors, property developers and construction companies
•   County, city, town councils and local enterprise partnerships
•   Housing associations and house builders
•   Town planners and urban design
•   Civil and structural engineers, land and infrastructure surveyors
•   Local and central government agencies
•   Investment agencies
•   Product manufacturers, service suppliers and consultants

How to book

The Regen 2017 Team      
0845 467 3303
www.regen-2017.co.uk     
[email protected]

 

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