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Greater Manchester Development Conference

Tuesday, 20th September 2022 0800hrs – 1630hrs

Manchester Hall, 36 Bridge St, Manchester M3 3BT, UK

The Greater Manchester Development Conference will outline future regeneration, investment and placemaking plans across the ten districts up to 2037 with over £20bn of projects taking hold soon. Ranging from housing to high streets, infrastructure to net zero estate, this event brings together key decision makers from the public and private sector to share intel, network and listen.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Intel on ECF’s £2.5bn Salford Crescent project
  • Update on progress on LCR’s £1.4b Mayfield scheme
  • Muse’s £145m Stockport Exchange regeneration
  • Capital & Centric’s £60m Weir Mill scheme
  • Intel on new 5,500 home Far East Consortium project
  • LCR’s plans to deliver 3,000 homes over 20 sites
  • Stockport’s exciting £1bn transformation
  • 1m sq ft new commercial space by Stockport Council
  • Intel on Manc Airport Transformational Plans
  • Manchester Met’s £115m Science Campus
  • Cole Waterhouse’s 290 home BTR Salford scheme
  • Cole Waterhouse’s 16 acre logistics project
  • GMCA’s regional housing strategy
  • Update on ECF’s £1bn Salford Central project
  • Bruntwood’s ongoing activity across 42-acres
  • Uni of Salford’s latest £200m of works
  • Wigan Council’s £135m shopping centre regen
  • Glenbrook’s plans to bring forward 650+ BTR homes
  • 2 employment schemes to be delivered by Glenbrook
  • Therme Groups £250m resort update
  • £BNs in Manchester-China Forum Investment
  • Intel on Bury’s £100m Prestwich Regeneration
  • Europa’s BTR and Commercial investments in GM
  • Salford City Council’s affordable home plans
  • Homes England plan 38,000 GM units by 2038
  • And much more…

Speakers include:

08:00-09:00 Breakfast & Networking
09:00-09:30 Conference Welcome and Keynote

The 2022 Greater Manchester Development Conference is kicked off by Cllr Bev Craig, Leader of Manchester City Council, who will help set the tone for the day’s events.

Manchester City Council; Cllr Bev Craig, Leader

09:30-10:30 Session One: “Places for Everyone” – What are the Key Deliverables for a Healthier, Smarter, Greener Greater Manchester?; Sponsored by Handley House

A group of key voices allied to the ongoing evolvement of Greater Manchester’s spatial plan come together to update delegates on priorities inclusive growth-related regeneration schemes and talk about the type of sustainably focused inward investment they are bringing to Greater Manchester in the coming years.

Chair: Handley House; Jacob Perkins, Head of Client Development

Manchester City Council; Cllr Bev Craig, Leader

Manchester Metropolitan University; Professor Sharon Handley, Pro Vice Chancellor, Culture and Community

Therme Group; Richard Land, UK Chief Development Officer

Capital & Centric; Tim Heatley, Co Founder & Director

10:30-11:00 Break and Networking

Build commercially rewarding connections during the break – with refreshments included.

11:00-11:15 Communicating Sustainability: Opportunities for Greater Manchester Development to Lead the Way; Sponsored by SGPR Smith Goodfellow

Sustainability has become a buzzword in the industry – and this session will look at how we can responsibly lead the way in driving and communicating sustainability in Greater Manchester under the rise of greenwashing threats.

SGPR Smith Goodfellow; Jen Heil, Director of Business Development

11:15-11:30 Bury Council: Transforming Prestwich

This 15-minute session will quickly showcase the latest development and regeneration opportunities in one of Greater Manchester’s towns and/or cities.

Bury Council; Paul Lakin, Executive Director of Place

11:30-12:30 Session Two: Developing Tomorrow’s Resi in Greater Manchester – Housing and BtR Development Opportunities and Plans; Sponsored by – DAC Beachcroft

Senior leaders, investors and developers that are responsible for some of the most exciting residential schemes in the region showcase their forthcoming projects while discussing challenges associated to the housing crisis, delivering inclusive communities and placemaking.

Chair: DAC Beachcroft; Gemma Leonard, Partner

Homes England; Carl Moore, Head of Cities and Major Conurbations

Cole Waterhouse; Simon Gallanders, Managing Director, Residential

Glenbrook; Shannon Conway, Residential Director

Salford City Council; Paul Dennett, City Mayor

Far East Consortium; Gavin Taylor, Executive Director for Property Development

12:30-13:30 Lunch and Networking

Build commercially rewarding connections during the lunch break – with refreshments and food provided

13:30-13:45 Best Practice Presentation: Digitisation in Planning and Community Engagement: How to Tackle the Changes Coming in the Levelling Up & Regeneration Bill; Sponsored by Lexington Communications

Lexington Communications; Paul Boyfield, Group Head of Property UK

13:45-14:45 Session Three: Key Steps to Creating a Northern, Global Capital for Investment in Greater Manchester; Sponsored by Hyperoptic

International investors and blue-chip companies come together for an interactive roundtable discussion to forecast future growth sectors within Greater Manchester and built environment related opportunities associated with them.

Chair: Hyperoptic; Jo-Anne Dunning, Business Development Director

University of Salford; Professor Helen Marshall, Vice Chancellor

Muse; Mike Horner, Regional Director

Stockport Council; Caroline Simpson, Chief Executive

MIDAS; Rhys Whalley, Executive Director

14:45-15:15 Break and Networking

Build commercially rewarding connections during the break – with refreshments included.

15:15-15:30 Best Practice Presentation: Utilising 3D Technology to Aid Masterplanning; Sponsored by VU.CITY

Experts from 3D digital visualisation technology firm VU.CITY will take to the stage to showcase how the use of this ground breaking technology can accelerate the planning process and improve the final masterplan on major schemes.

VU.CITY; Matt Evans, Regional Business Development Manager,

15:30-16:30 Session Four: Greater Manchester Major Regeneration Projects Update; Sponsored by Cundall

Delegates will hear from project leaders responsible for the most exciting mixed use, commercial and industrial regeneration and placemaking schemes that are coming to the fore in the region over the next 12 months.

Chair: Cundall; Paul Kenyon, Managing Partner Manchester

Bruntwood; Chris Roberts, Chief Development Officer

Wigan Council; Alison McKenzie-Folan, Chief Executive

LCR; Simon Taylor, Regional Director

MAG Group; Alistair Andrew, Planning Services Director

Europa Capital; Lynn Smith, Managing Director – Head of Sustainability and Development

16:30 Conference Summary and Close

We’re set to have a plethora of expert names join us for four excellent panel discussions.

Salford City Council – Paul Dennett, City Mayor

As the portfolio holder for housing in the Greater Manchester Combined Authority cabinet, Paul is across decision making and policy advising on all areas of housing growth in the region. In early 2022, Paul announced that social housing would form a major part of Salford’s regeneration strategy going forward with ambitions to upscale the current 280 new registered provider homes being built year on year. He joins the event to update delegates on key residential initiatives for 2023 and beyond.

Stockport Council – Caroline Simpson, Chief Executive

The council have been working to deliver their exciting £1bn transformation vision to become the ‘Coolest, Greenest’ town in the UK by bringing forward 3,500 new homes and over 1 million square foot of new employment floorspace to be built between now and 2025 – reshaping Stockport as a place to live, work, connect, and visit for the decades to come. Caroline will join the conference to update on the progress of Stockport’s transformational development for the town as well as discussing the council’s role in creating a northern global capital for investment.

Far East Consortium – Gavin Taylor, Executive Director for Property Development

Far East Consortium are one of the partners in one of Manchester’s “biggest ever regeneration projects” – the Victoria North scheme which envisages a transformation of the city’s Red Bank neighbourhood. The JV between Manchester City Council and Far East Consortium (FEC) is developing its vision to create a “sustainable, residential-led neighbourhood” to reinvigorate green space along the River Irk Valley and bring nature into the city. The plans include transforming the largely brownfield land into a mixed-used neighbourhood with up to 5,500 new homes, including affordable homes, as well as new social and community infrastructure. Gavin will join the conference to outline their vison for this important scheme for the city of Manchester and their future plans across the region.

MAG Group – Alistair Andrew, Planning Services Director

Alistair is currently Planning Services Director at Manchester Airports Group, covering Manchester, East Midlands and London Stansted Airports, working for the business for over 9 years. In his time, he has overseen London Stansted’s Transformation Programme including the 35+ planning appeal; the successful bid for an East Midlands Freeport; as well as the Manchester Airport Transformation Programme and will join the conference to update on Manchester Airport’s development and airport expansion plans.

Manchester City Council – Cllr Bev Craig, Leader

Manchester is thriving and is at the start of its next era of investment and development. Pledging to make the city a more inclusive place to live and work, Bev is the pioneering new leader of the city council and she joins the session to talk about some of the projects that the council are keen to move forward with in the coming year.

Capital & Centric – Tim Heatley, Co Founder

Manchester based Social Impact developer Capital & Centric have a multitude of development projects in the pipeline in Greater Manchester – with their ongoing regeneration of Piccadilly East in Manchester chief amongst their plans, as well as the Weir Mills redevelopment in Stockport and their Farnworth scheme in Bolton. Tim will join the conference to discuss their ongoing investment plans in the region – which is set to deliver over 500 homes, provide over 600 hotel rooms and hundreds of millions of pounds worth of investment over the coming years.

Wigan Council – Alison McKenzie-Folan, Chief Executive

Wigan is undergoing major redevelopment which is being driven by the council in partnership with Cityheart – namely the regeneration of Galleries Shopping Centre which will see an array of leisure facilities developed as well as a new hotel and 464 new homes. The £135 million scheme will generate over 600 jobs for the area as well as much needed housing and Alison will be on hand to discuss this major scheme for Wigan as well as the council’s future regeneration and housing plans.

 

Bury Council – Paul Lakin, Executive Director of Place

Bury Council are behind the transformative £100m plans to develop ‘a new community heart’ for Prestwich, centred on the Longfield Centre area. The council and JV partners Muse are now working together on a vision to redevelop the centre, with new spaces planned for independent businesses, alongside a mix of homes, outdoor spaces and a new community hub focused on health and wellbeing. Paul will join the conference to delve into these plans as well as the Council’s wider regeneration plans which include Ramsbottom Town Centre and, the redevelopment of Bury Market and the ongoing Radcliffe regeneration.

University of Salford – Professor Helen Marshall, Vice Chancellor

The University of Salford are part of the team that are behind the transformative £2.5bn Crescent Masterplan with Salford City Council. One of the first projects to be announced from the masterplan, the ‘Salford Rise’ scheme, is expected to kick start over £200 million of commercial development leading to the creation of 6000 additional jobs over the coming years. As Vice Chancellor of the University, Helen will be well placed to discuss the wider masterplan and the University’s role in creating further investment, development and growth opportunities – as well as their role in creating the skilled workforce to take Greater Manchester forward.

Homes England – Carl Moore, Head of Cities and Major Conurbations

In June, Homes England and Greater Manchester Combined Authority entered into a Strategic Place Partnership with the aim of delivering 30,000 good quality, truly affordable net zero carbon homes by 2038. The partnership will be a pilot of a new model for working between the government’s housing and regeneration agency and local authorities. The is aimed at sub-regions with the most ambitious proposals for housing growth as part of their broader social, environmental and economic vision for the area with a strong pipeline of potential opportunities to deliver these ambitions. In Greater Manchester, this means a shared focus on the delivery of growth locations, affordable housing and town centre regeneration and Carl will join the conference to discuss the partnership and how they will achieve their ambitions.

LCR – Simon Taylor, Regional Director

LCR is collaborating with prominent members of Greater Manchester’s transport and sector to develop the city region’s stations into quality gateways between communities and the railway. The Greater Manchester Stations Alliance is made up of Transport for Greater Manchester, Network Rail, relevant rail franchises and LCR, with the aim of supporting the changing needs of passengers, residents and visitors. With delivery led by LCR, more than 20 sites have been earmarked for development, with the potential to create over 3,000 new homes and Simon will be on hand to discuss these strategic sites for the region as well as updating on the progress of the £1.4bn Mayfield Partnerships scheme near Piccadilly Station.

Glenbrook – Shannon Conway, Residential Director

Glenbrook are major players in the Greater Manchester BTR market having delivered Manchester’s first purpose build BTR scheme in 2019. Having also built award winning sites in Salford and Castlefield the developer is now planning to build 650+ homes as part of Bruntwood and Trafford Council’s £208m Lumina Village project. Elsewhere Glenbrook are also bringing forward major employment schemes in Stockport and Wigan and Shannon will be on hand to discuss their activity in Greater Manchester and the growing BTR sector in the region.

Bruntwood – Chris Roberts, Chief Development Officer

The town centre regeneration pioneer Bruntwood have recently announced 2 major projects in Greater Manchester working together with Bury Council and Trafford Council to revitalise. The Trafford project will see 27 acres near the Stretford Mall redeveloped into over 300,000 sq ft of commercial and local community space, with 800 homes built whilst the Bury project will see the 15 acre site regenerated into a mixed-used development incorporating retail, leisure, hospitality and residential, with sustainability, education and wellness at its heart. Chris heads up these schemes on behalf of Bruntwood and will join the conference to reveal more intel on these exciting schemes for the region.

 

Manchester Metropolitan University – Professor Sharon Handley, Pro Vice Chancellor, Culture and Community

Manchester Met are creating a new state-of-the-art building for their Faculty of Science and Engineering which will provide additional teaching, research and landscaped green spaces. We will also be refurbishing some of the existing spaces within the John Dalton buildings. The £115 million multi-phase project will take place on the University’s existing John Dalton complex and is a direct investment into STEM education and research, transforming the way they teach and how their students learn. Sharon will be on hand to discuss their investment as well as the university’s role in creating a “place for everyone”.

Cole Waterhouse – Simon Gallanders, Managing Director, Residential

Cole Waterhouse are continuing with the expansion of their residential arm with one of their latest projects seeing 290 BTR homes being delivered on Salford Quays. The development will also see over 6,000 square feet of private residential amenity over multiple floors; including co-working spaces, a screening room, a landscaped podium garden, roof terrace, a private dining suite and fitness studio. Cole Waterhouse are also active in the region with plans submitted for a 16 acre logistics site close to the proposed Port Salford tri-modal fright hub. Simon will join the conference to discuss these schemes and their future plans to develop residential and job creating schemes in Greater Manchester.

Europa Capital – Lynn Smith, Managing Director – Head of Sustainability and Development

Since its formation in 1995, Europa Capital has collectively raised 13 real estate funds and committed to over 150 transactions totalling more than €12.7 billion across 21 European countries. Greater Manchester is a target growth area for Europa and as Head of Sustainability and Development at Europa Capital Lynn is well placed to discuss Europa’s current and future commercial and BTR property investment in Greater Manchester.

MIDAS – Rhys Whalley, Acting Managing Director

MIDAS is the inward investment promotion agency for Manchester, with a strategic aim to secure significant levels of new investment for the city region to create and safeguard jobs.
This is achieved through the global business marketing of Manchester key sectors and the provision of an extensive package of free advice and assistance for potential investors and location consultants. Two special purpose vehicles – Manchester China Forum and Manchester India Partnership – sit within MIDAS, helping to strengthen business, culture and tourism relationships between Manchester and the two respective regions. MIDAS has helped hundreds of businesses successfully relocate to or expand in Greater Manchester.

DAC Beachcroft – Gemma Leonard, Partner – Head of Residential

Gemma leads one of the largest specialist residential development teams in the country. We are involved at every stage of a development, from concept to plot sales. Our strategic land and planning expertise is being put to use in many garden community developments throughout the country. We include all the leading housebuilders amongst our clients; in addition to local authorities and specialist developers of build to rent, affordable housing and later life living accommodation.

Therme Group – Richard Land, UK Chief Development Officer

Therme Group are bringing forward the £250m worlds most advanced wellbeing resort which harnesses nature, technology and culture and becoming a significant destination for residents and visitors to the region alike. Covering 28 acres, the scheme will unlock thousands of jobs and aims to promote social cohesion across Greater Manchester communities. Richard joins the event to update on project progress while also talking about the other four target cities which his organisation will be delivering development within in the coming years

SGPR Smith Goodfellow – Jen Heil, Director of Business Development

Stockport based construction PR firm Smith Goodfellow has been delivering expert PR, marketing and creative services to the industry for over 40 years. Specialists in communicating the potential of the built environment, they work with a range of clients from small local businesses to global manufacturers. Jen will join the conference to share best practice in communicating sustainability and the opportunities for Greater Manchester to lead the way in this important arena.

Muse – Mike Horner, Regional Director

With more than £3.5bn pipeline in projects across the North including Salford and Stockport, Muse are a key driver of responsible growth and development in the region. Sustainability is one of their core focuses and the £1bn Salford Central scheme, and the £2.5bn Salford Crescent Masterplan they are bringing forward alongside the English Cities Fund are designed to be exemplars of sustainable development. Muse are also heavily involved with the ongoing transformation of Stockport, partnering with the council on the place-changing £145m Stockport Exchange scheme. Mike will discuss how their developments are contributing towards a sustainable and inclusive Greater Manchester and Northern Powerhouse.

Hyperoptic – Jo-Anne Dunning, Business Development Director

Jo-Anne has spent all of her career within the telecoms industry and has spent the last 4 years delivering customer focused fibre propositions in the UK market. At Hyperoptic she is responsible for ensuring that all customers who are buying a new build home have the opportunity to buy Hyperoptic’s Fibre Broadband.  She is passionate about putting customers first and ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to have excellent connectivity at a competitive price.

Cundall – Paul Kenyon, Partner

Paul is Managing Partner for Cundall’s Manchester Office and is responsible for technical and commercial delivery of all Manchester projects, customer care and compliance with our quality assurance standards. Paul also delivers technical seminars to external companies on sustainable design and carbon reduction measures. He specialises in projects, where capital and running costs impact on building services design and the need to consider future occupation options and flexibility.

Built Environment Networking – Amanda Griffiths, Director

Amanda is one of the Co-Founder’s of Built Environment Networking – formed almost 10 years ago.

She’ll be hosting throughout the day, running the days proceedings and managing the interaction between our delegates and the speakers.

Lexington Communications – Paul Boyfield, Group Head of Property UK

More information to follow.

VU.CITY – Matt Evans, Regional Business Development Manager

Matthew Evans is the Regional Business Development Manager at VU.CITY, concentrating on the Midlands and Northern regions”. Having spent the last 9 years working with leading Proptech brands in Estate Agency, Matt’s move was brought about by his passion for innovative technology. VU.CITY’s accurate 3D city platform allows for collaborative and virtual feasibility and impact studies for proposed developments across 30+ cities in the UK and internationally. He now focuses on helping professionals in the built environment use Digital Twins to better understand their proposals in the full context of our towns & cities, and prepare for the digitisation of planning.

Built Environment Networking – Fahmida Nisa, Online Event Manager

Nisa is a research, marketing and content specialist at Built Environment Networking. She will be hosting a number of the sessions throughout the day, running the day’s proceedings and managing the interaction between our virtual delegates and the speakers.

Handley House – Jacob Perkins, Head of Client Development

More information to follow.

This unique conference will bring together the construction industry to drive economic growth through development and regeneration across Greater Manchester. There will be plenty of exhibitors showcasing their brand and best practice in the industry, whilst helping them reap the rewards of being prominently displayed within the events exhibition area in front of some key and influential business leaders.

Modular Construction Off Site Development Build Public Sector

Exhibiting will allow you to:

  • Meet 300+ delegates face to face
  • Be part of the Greater Manchester Development Conference
  • Be seen as a leading firm in the industry’s bid to drive sustainable growth in the regions
  • Network with hundreds of your business clients and peers
  • Showcase your work to regional authorities, government officials, leading private sector firms, blue-chip companies, investors and more

Confirmed Exhibitors:

If you’re interested in exhibiting at the conference then get in touch with our team – with space available for standard exhibition stalls or larger spaces to showcase more of your brand and create an eye-catching area contact:

Email: opportunities@built-environment-networking.com

Associate your brand with the Greater Manchester Development Conference and position your brand at the forefront of one of the UK’s biggest discussions and debates about economic growth, development and regeneration within Greater Manchester.

Package Exhibition Stand Chair/ Speaking Opportunity Tickets VIP Backstage Access Cost (+VAT)
Corporate Partner Yes Yes 15 Yes £8,250 View Details
Session One Partner: “Places for Everyone”: What are the Key Deliverables for a Healthier, Smarter, Greener Greater Manchester? Yes Yes 10 Yes £5,500 Sold Out
Session Two Partner: Developing Tomorrow’s Resi in Greater Manchester – Housing and BtR Development Opportunities and Plans Yes Yes 10 Yes £5,500 Sold Out
Session Three Partner: Key Steps to Creating a Northern, Global Capital for Investment in Greater Manchester Yes Yes 10 Yes £5,500 Sold Out
Session Four Partner: Greater Manchester Major Regeneration Projects Update Yes Yes 10 Yes £5,500 Sold Out
Best Practice Presentation Partner Yes Yes 7 Yes £3,250 Sold Out
Pre Conference Dinner Partner 2 Yes £2,750 Sold Out
Private Roundtable Partner Yes 4 Yes £2,750 Sold Out
Speaker Table Partner Yes 5 Yes £2,750 Sold Out
Programme Partner Yes 5 £2,250 View Details
Breakfast Partner Yes 5 £2,250 Sold Out
Lunch Partner Yes 5 £2,250 View Details
Email Partner Yes 5 £2,250 Sold Out
Registration Partner Yes 5 £2,250 View Details
Exhibitor Packages Yes 4 £1,750 Sold Out

We have various partnership packages available, including packages with speaking opportunities and huge exhibition space large enough to promote your business, allowing you to address your whole target audience for maximum brand awareness and impact. Our partnership packages will put you at the forefront of the industry discussion allowing you to be there, be active and be an expert within the construction and property sector, the future vision for Greater Manchester and the whole built environment industry.

Corporate Partner

£8,250+VAT

Be at the forefront of the conference with onstage branding, a 15-minute keynote speech to kickstart the conference, access to the VIP Speakers’ Room and much more. This package will elevate your brand and drive awareness, loyalty and trust in front of industry leaders. This is the ultimate package if you’re looking to be seen as a leading figure within the industry with branding within the title of the event – Greater Manchester Development Conference in association with YOUR BRAND’. Benefits include:

  • Position yourself alongside Built Environment Networking to shape the conference agenda and content to bring your strategic thinking to the conference, with the option to recommend speakers
  • Inclusion within pre-conference speaker communications including speaker briefings
  • Direct access before and after the sessions to the speakers and panellists; an excellent opportunity to establish rapport and build commercially rewarding relationships
  • Prime branding for the whole conference
  • One pull-up stand on stage for the entire conference
  • Option to do a Keynote speech
  • 3x1m² exhibition space
  • Fifteen delegate passes for the conference
  • One ticket to the VIP Speaker’s dinner for one of your selected event speakers, which takes place the day before or day of the event – allowing you to meet speakers in a relaxed environment
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to fifteen people per year
  • Access to the Speakers’ Green Room
  • Your logo will be displayed on the conference page of the website
  • Your logo will be on all documents related to the conference – emails etc.
  • One full page digital advert in the conference programme
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the closing speech
  • Social media – pre, during & post-conference activity
  • Inclusion within all PR and Outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to photographs and video of the conference
  • Virtual branding – logo and blurb on the event website for delegates watching online

Session One Partner: “Places for Everyone”: What are the Key Deliverables for a Healthier, Smarter, Greener Greater Manchester?

Session Two Partner: Developing Tomorrow’s Resi in Greater Manchester – Housing and BtR Development Opportunities and Plans

DAC Beachcroft

Session Three Partner: Key Steps to Creating a Northern, Global Capital for Investment in Greater Manchester

Session Four Partner: Greater Manchester Major Regeneration Projects Update

Best Practice Presentation Partner

Best Practice Presentation Partner

Best Practice Presentation Partner

Pre Conference Dinner Partner

Programme Partner

£2,250+VAT

Prominent branding on the front of our conference programme. A great way of driving brand awareness and visibility in front of your primary audience. Benefits include:

  • Prime Branding on the cover of the conference programme
  • Positioned as ‘Conference Programme Partner’ in all branding
  • 3x1m² exhibition space
  • Five delegate passes for the event
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to five people per year
  • Your logo will be displayed on the conference page of the website
  • Your logo will be on all documents related to the conference – emails etc.
  • One full page digital advert in the conference programme
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the closing speech
  • Social media – pre, during & post-conference activity
  • Inclusion within all PR and Outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to photographs and video of the conference
  • Virtual branding – logo and blurb on the event website for delegates watching online

Lunch Partner

£2,250+VAT

A package to enable mass brand awareness and visibility during the busiest periods of the day. Becoming a partner would ensure branding is at the forefront of the lunch period area along with additional marketing benefits including an exhibition stand and inclusion within all marketing material. Benefits include:

  • Prime branding in the physical lunch area space for the duration of lunch with three pull-up stands
  • Positioned as ‘Conference Lunch Partner’ in all branding
  • 3x1m² exhibition space
  • Five delegate passes for the conference
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to five people per year
  • Your logo will be displayed on the conference page of the website
  • Your logo will be on all documents related to the conference – emails etc.
  • One half page digital advert in the conference programme
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the closing speech
  • Social media – pre, during & post-conference activity
  • Inclusion within all PR and Outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to photographs and video of the conference
  • Virtual branding – logo and blurb on the event website for delegates watching online

Registration Partner

£2,250+VAT

Sponsorship of the registration area – the delegate entry point to the conference. Benefits include:

  • Branding on the sign-in iPads at check-out where all delegates sign-in with a table cloth and two pull up stands (provided by you)
  • Positioned as ‘Conference Registration Partner’ in all branding
  • 3x1m² exhibition space
  • Five delegate passes for the event
  • Attendance at Networking Training sessions for up to five people per year
  • Your logo will be displayed on the conference page of the website
  • Your logo will be on all documents related to the conference – emails etc.
  • One half page digital advert in the conference programme
  • Chairman’s ‘thank you’ in the closing speech
  • Social media – pre, during & post-conference activity
  • Inclusion within all PR and Outreach to regional, national and industry press
  • Access to photographs and video of the conference
  • Virtual branding – logo and blurb on the event website for delegates watching online

Exhibitor Partner

Exhibitor Partner

Exhibitor Partner

Become a Partner

If you’re interested in any of the packages above or if you’re interested in finding out additional information then contact us on:

0113 390 4700

opportunities@built-environment-networking.com

The evening of the event we’ll be hosting a VIP Dinner – with the speakers invited to join us and a small number of other guests to start the conversation in a relaxed environment.

The evening includes a 3-course meal in a private dining setting, alongside flowing drinks and excellent company.

These dinners enable more natural conversations to take place in a one-to-one environment with the VIP speakers.

**Tickets are limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment by clicking the link below**

AA Projects
About Manchester Magazine
Acies
AECOM
AKT II
Anderton Gables
APEM
astudio
Baker Mallett
BAM Properties
BDP
Beever & Struthers
Bethell Group
Bolton Council
Brabners
Bruntwood
BTR News
Built Environment Networking
BuroHappold
Bury Council
BWB Consulting
Capital & Centric
Cert Property
Churngold Construction
Civic Engineers
Clancy Consulting
Clearview Intelligence
CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang
Cole Waterhouse
Commercial Systems International
Copper Consultancy
Corstorphine + Wright
C T Group
Cundall
DAC Beachcroft
Deloitte
Desco
E3P
Eckersley O’Callaghan
Ellis Williams Architects
Engineering Services Partnership
Equans
Europa Capital
FAAC Entrance Solutions UK
First Choice Homes Oldham
Freeths
Gleeds
Glenbrook
Greater Manchester Combined Authority
Great Places Housing Group
Greengage Environmental
GT3 Architects
Handley House
Henry Riley
Homes England
Hyperoptic
i-Transport
IBI Group
Identity Consult
JM Architects
Johnnie Johnson Housing
Jolie
Kellen Homes
Laing O’Rourke
Land Registry
LCR
LDA Design Consulting
Lendlease
Lexington Communications
MAG Group
Manchester City Council
Manchester Metropolitan University
Mansell Finishes
Maple Grove Developments
Marketing Manchester
Marshalls
Marshalls Building Products
MediaCity
MIDAS
Mills & Reeve
Morgan Sindall
Mott MacDonald
Muse Developments
Newforma
OOBE Landscape Architects
Openreach
Orion Heritage
PAGABO
Peel L&P
PN Daly
Power On Connections
Project Centre
Purcell
Quickbase
RD Engineering Associates
Ridge & Partners
RMS
RoC Consulting
Salboy
Salford Archaeology – University of Salford
Salford City Council
Schneider Electric
ShedKM
Sheppard Robson
SimpsonHaugh
Smith Goodfellow
Solid Ground
Southway Housing Trust
Speedy Services
Spie UK
SSE
Stockport Council
Syntegra
Telcom
The FES Group
The Growth Company
Therme Group
ThinkBDW
Turner & Townsend
University of Manchester
VU.CITY
Waldeck Consulting
Walker Sime
Wallace Whittle & Partners
Ward Hadaway
WhatHouse
Wigan & Leigh College
Wigan Council
William Hare
Winckworth Sherwood
WSP

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Details

Date:
Tuesday, 20th September 2022

Time:
0800hrs – 1630hrs

Venue

Manchester Hall
36 Bridge St, Manchester M3 3BT, UK

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