Hull & Humberside Development Plans 2017
December 4 @ 1530hrs - 1900hrs
Hull & Humberside Development Plans 2017 | Event
Hull – The UK’s City of Culture has had quite a year.
You certainly can’t forget about Hull when you talk about Yorkshire Devolution and it is fair to say that the City is really flourishing at the present time; It captures the best of rural and city living and with a strong road and rail network and a major airport nearby; urban and international connectivity is key. Devolution has really captured the imagination of both private and public sector players.
Building on our recent conference in West Yorkshire and other events in Yorkshire we are very pleased to be going back to Hull to shed some light on some significant development opportunities and some of the markets leading players to share with you their key schemes and plans for the future.
We have 5 speakers who will provide you with an abundance of market intel and procurement opportunities and also an opportunity to discuss with them how you can work with them going forward.
Stephen Willis the Chief Finance Officer at the University of Hull
Matt Jukes the CEO of the City Council will set the scene regarding frameworks and schemes that are on their radar and what is happening in the City.
Martin Green will talk about the positive impact that being the City of Culture has had on Hull and why it has become an attractive place to live and work.
David Morriss is the Head of property at ABP who have some new schemes to discuss.
The HCA will undoubtedly have rebranded as ‘Homes England’ by the time we hear from Rob and are set to play a massive role in solving the housing crisis as a land owner, developer and also a funder.
Lots to listen to, lots to talk about and some fabulous networking opportunities to meet clients and fellow professionals in the Humberside area.
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- 1530 – 1600; Registration
- 1600 – 1645; Networking with Wine, Beer and Soft Drinks
- 1645 – 1815; Speaker Presentations
- 1815 – 1900; Networking with Hot Food, Wine, Beer and Soft Drinks
- 1930 – 2200; After Event Speakers Dinner (VIP TICKET HOLDERS ONLY)
Buy a VIP ticket to this event and come to dinner straight after the event with the speakers. Great food, good wine and excellent conversation.
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Stephen Willis, Chief Finance Officer; University of Hull
Stephen Willis was appointed as Chief Finance Officer (CFO) at the University of Hull in April 2015.
Stephen has been a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants since 1996.
Prior to joining Hull, he was the Director of Finance and Resources at Leeds Beckett University and before that he was Head of Group Financial Planning at the University of Leeds. His career has also included spells in the printing and computer software industries.
Stephen has held many non-executive director positions across the public and private sectors and he is currently on the Boards of Northern Consortium UK Ltd and Yorkshire County Cricket Club. He also provides lectures to international bodies on behalf of the Higher Education Leadership Foundation.
As CFO, Stephen is responsible for the Finance, Information Communication Technology (ICT), Campus and Accommodation and Estates departments.
David Morriss, Head of Property; ABP Humber
Rob Pearson, General Manager Yorkshire & North East; Homes & Communities Agency
Matt Jukes, Chief Executive; Hull City Council
Matt Jukes, 44, is the Chief Executive for Hull City Council, having joined the organisation in December 2013, as Chief Operating Officer.
Prior to this, he had over 20-years experience in the private sector, mainly in the ports business, where he worked in various roles throughout the UK for Associated British Ports (ABP), the UK’s largest port operator. This culminated in 6-years as Port Director for the the Ports of Hull and Goole, including overseeing Humber Estuary Services (the Humber Competant Harbour Authority). He has been involved in many significant investment and development projects including, most notably, the initial inception and subsequent progression of the “Green Port Hull” project, to develop an offshore wind turbine manufacturing and export facility for Siemens, at the Port of Hull and for which he received the Yorkshire “Green Champion” award in 2011.
Matt obtained a First Class honours degree in Marine Studies from the University of Plymouth and, after a spell in the Royal Navy, worked for Racal Survey as a worldwide Field Surveyor. He joined ABP in 1994 and undertook various roles throughout the business starting out as Quay Foreman at Immingham Docks and progressing through various operational and commercial roles throughout the business and at various locations. He was promoted to the ABP Operational Board in 2005, as Port Director for their Short Sea Port operations (11 ports around the UK including Ayr, Troon, Fleetwood, Garston, Ipswich and Plymouth) before taking up the role in Hull and Goole in 2008.
Matt is a past President of the Hull & Humber Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Shipping, was a member of the Hull Leadership Board and was a founding member of the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership.