Full Event Videos and Presentations: Western Gateway Economic Growth and Development Conference; in association with Hoare Lea

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With the mission statement to propel a greener, fairer stronger Britain the Western Gateway is the next big UK talking point with £56bn worth of associated projects predicted to be launched in the coming years.

Cities and towns embracing the project include Bristol, Bath, Swindon, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Weston-Super-Mare and Salisbury in England, and Cardiff, Newport and Swansea in Wales and delegates will have the opportunity to network with all of the major voices who are leading the transformation of regional towns and cities.

Immediate priorities include becoming a gateway to global markets, accelerating housing growth, developing world class physical and digital infrastructure all the while underpinning the ambition with zero carbon credentials. Join us as we deliver the first built environment focused, comprehensive conference centred around this £101bn economic powerhouse.

Topics to be discussed:

  • Update on plans for the Royal Portbury Dock
  • Bristol Airport’s multi million pound expansion plans
  • Cardiff Metropolitan University’s future campus plans
  • Multi-million pound pipeline of developer Cubex
  • Cheltenham Council’s 3000 homes development
  • Natural Resources Wales’ place-shaping agenda
  • Cheltenham Council’s £1bn Golden Valley JV
  • Intel on the next phases of Temple Quarter
  • Pobl Homes to invest in 10,000 new homes by 2030
  • The Port of Bristol’s role in creating economic growth
  • Bristol Airport’s role in creating economic growth
  • University of South Wales campus development plans
  • Cheltenham’s Garden Village & Business Park project
  • Redevelopment of the iconic Debenhams building
  • Hill’s first scheme in Bristol – 142 new-build homes
  • LGIM’s £1BN investment in Wales
  • Bristol City Council’s latest regeneration projects.
  • £175 million Soapworks project in Bristol
  • And much more…

Speakers for this event include: