Proud to support Worcester & Herefordshire <br>Development Plans Conference

Proud to support Worcester & Herefordshire
Development Plans Conference

Conference to set out regeneration and development opportunities and major plans within Worcestershire & Herefordshire

On the 5th March, prominent business leaders within the construction and property industry will come together in Worcester for one of the region’s largest business events of the year within the construction sector.

The event, hosted by Built Environment Networking, will see some of the region’s leading civic and business leaders discuss the major topics within the region and present about their ongoing and future development and regeneration plans which are set to transform the region. Speakers include:

  • New Model in Technology & Engineering (NMITE)
  • Worcester City Council
  • Marches LEP
  • Worcestershire LEP
  • Herefordshire Council

The conference will provide an opportunity for those within the industry to gain insight on projects likely to take place within the region, whilst also giving a platform to debate and discuss the issues at the top of the economic and regional agenda.

Gary Woodman, Chief Executive of Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership, said:

“This is an exciting time to live, work and invest in Worcestershire and we know that developers are playing a crucial role in making the county the fantastic location that it is. I would therefore encourage all construction and property leaders to attend this event for the very latest news in development."

Luke Sanders, Group Managing Director of Mainstay Group, said:

“As a leading national property asset manager, we are proud to have our Headquarters in Worcester. As a significant local employer, the quality of our team and the ability to grow through recruitment from the talented workforce in the region allows us to provide excellent standards. It is very exciting to see the growing level of investment, development and interest in the local area and we are really looking forward to finding out more about the future plans for the region. We are eager to meet with businesses developing in the area to understand how we can play our part in the ambition to build in excess of 2,000 local new homes and further enhance Worcestershire's economy by over £350m per annum.”

Keith Griffiths, Managing Director at Built Environment Networking, said:

“We’re delighted to be back in Worcester this March to bring together 150 business professionals from the construction and property industry to drive development, regeneration and investment into the area. With the support of key stakeholders in the region we’ll be hearing the latest news and insights into the region’s economic vision and we’re extremely pleased to once again be at the forefront of industry leading events in the West Midlands.’’

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