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Lancashire General Development Plans 2014
Thursday, 6th November 2014 @ 1530hrs - 1900hrs
Preston North End Football Club,
Lancashire General Development Plans 2014 | Event
FOUR of Lancashire’s Leading Development Figures will be presenting their development/investment plans for the next couple of years!
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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
Paul Morris started his career as an engineering apprentice at BNFL. In 1987 he moved to Oscar Faber Consulting Engineers and progressed to Project Engineer working on a wide range of building services projects both new and refurbishment in the public and private sector. After six years with Oscar Faber Paul joined Preston City Council, initially looking after Energy and Facilities Management, progressing to Assistant Director Infrastructure with responsibility for all Public Buildings and the Engineering Division managing the Highways and Traffic Team for the Borough.
In 2006 Paul secured the position of Director of Facilities Management at the University of Central Lancashire. The University has continued to expand with new Laboratory, Dental, Medical, Performing Arts, Teaching, Residential and Sports Facilities. Paul is now leading on the development of a new Preston Campus Masterplan setting out a 10 year vision for the continued investment in a quality, modern, energetic University.
Paul is passionate about Preston and the continued development of a stronger, prosperous and distinctive northwest city.
Beckie Joyce; Head of Strategic Development, Lancashire County Council
Mark Swindlehurst joined Lancaster University in October 2003 to lead Estate Management through a challenging £350m campus redevelopment programme. Following the University’s Central Administration review in summer 2009, Mark was asked to lead the new Facilities Division which brought together all commercial activities, security, sport and the estate management functions.
Mark has specific interests in sustainability and learning and work space design.
Prior to joining the University, Mark worked for the BBC in its corporate property department as Principal Development Manager, developing new broadcasting centres throughout the UK. Mark is a Chartered Engineer and completed his MBA in 2001.
Mark is Chairman of the Association of University Directors of Estates (AUDE).