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This event will showcase over £50bn of development, thousands of new homes and transformational infrastructure and renewable energy projects.

Billions of pounds worth of development projects ranging from the 100,000 affordable homes the Scottish Government is pledging will be built by 2040, to major road and rail projects as well as significant placemaking and mixed-use projects are set to be discussed as part of Built Environment Networking’s 4th annual Scotland Development Conference.

Over 300 key stakeholders and business decision-makers from the construction and property industry will be in attendance alongside public sector leaders and Government ministers. Major investment programmes will be discussed. Exclusive new projects will be launched. And over 30 VIP speakers from across the country from the public and private sectors will share their expertise on stage through a series of panel discussions, Q&As and presentations.

Topics Include:

  • Glasgow’s £30bn ‘Greenprint Investment’.
  • Glasgow council’s £10bn Energy Retrofit programme
  • Transport Scotland develops over £3bn infrastructure
  • Next step for £1.6bn Granton D1 Project
  • Dundee university develops £1.6bn innovation hub
  • £1.5bn of development, led by Edinburgh Council.
  • £1.3bn Granton Waterfront development project.
  • Edin.BioQuarter develops £1bn innovation district
  • Goodstone to deliver £1bn of BtR schemes.
  • Crosswinds £460 million ‘Digital Quarter’ project.
  • Peter D Stirling £260m rail freight park project
  • CALA invests over £206 million in developments
  • Scottish Task Force £195m town regen
  • £110m Paisley’s town centre regen.
  • Peel’s £20m plastic-to-hydrogen power plant
  • Edin. Airport 16-acre solar farm
  • Sustrans’ 19.4m active travel project
  • HUB’s 1.25- acre ‘Beaverhall House’ development.
  • Moda’s £545m development plans
  • Scottish Land Commission reforming decarbonisation
  • City of Edinburgh council to reach NetZero
  • IMPACT Scotland’s £75m Dunard Centre project

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