Full Event Videos: High Streets and Town Centres Investment and Development Conference; Sponsored by Lambert Smith Hampton

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The UK’s high streets and town centres are under immense pressure; changing shopping habits, the advent of online and the trend of hyperlocal mean local authorities are facing increasing challenges to maintain their position as the epicentre of economic activity. The event will showcase redeveloping over £10 billion worth of high street and town centres regeneration.

The Covid-19 crisis laid bare the problems facing an ever-evolving retail sector and the population’s social habits, which means stakeholders are having to adapt their places to meet the demands of local people, businesses and visitors. This high-level event brings together councils, developers, major investors and built environment experts to share insights and market intelligence about projects that spin out of the £830m Future High Streets Fund and the £3.6bn Towns Fund.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Legal and General’s £4bn West Midlands regen
  • £2.6bn Shared Prosperity Fund High Street Impact
  • Muse’s £2.5bn+ pipeline of upcoming projects
  • Wolverhampton’s £1bn City Centre vision
  • Capital & Centric invests £115m in city regen
  • Milligan’s £750m Swansea redevelopment
  • £650m York Central development
  • Sheffield’s 20-year £470m transformation plans
  • Queensberry’s £250m Kirklees Masterplan
  • BRC- retail to reach NetZero by 2040
  • URW’s Coppermaker Square development
  • BCP Future Places 19 regeneration sites
  • Bruntwood’s £200m Pall Mall Development
  • AEW’s £96m high street investment
  • Lincoln City Council’s £24m city regeneration
  • £20m Nuneaton Town Centre phase one
  • U+I multi-billion-pound, multi-city pipeline
  • Homes England “Build Back Better High Streets” plan
  • Milligan’s 10 new town centre sites
  • Schroders sustainable real estate investment
  • 1m sq ft new commercial dev in North Yorks’
  • Mission Street’s £100m Oxford project
  • Wakefield council’s £80m town regeneration.
  • B&NES Council £1m Vacant Unit Action Project

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