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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:

  • Gfirst LEP’s Cyber Infrastructure push
  • £1.7bn Blue Eden Project
  • Swindon Council’s £50m+ regen ambitions
  • ABP’s 600-acres of land for development
  • £1bn, 20 year Glan Llyn masterplan
  • Update on Gravity’s 616-acre Net-zero campus
  • LGIM’s £400m Cardiff regeneration
  • Redrow’s 7000 home Plasdŵr Garden Village
  • Marine Energy Wales £152m renewable investment
  • LGIM’s £200m, 715 BtR Cardiff scheme
  • Bristol CC’s 1,000 affordable homes annually
  • Bath NES Council’s Milsom Quarter Masterplan
  • Taylor Wimpey’s 1,000+ Western homes pipeline
  • Plans for the UK’s first pan regional powerhouse
  • 95-acre Newport Regeneration Project
  • The Western Gateway Hydrogen Ecosystem
  • 4000 new homes in Newport
  • £250m Wildfox Resort in S Wales’ Afan Valley
  • £350m Temple Island development in Bristol
  • Socius’ first Net Zero Bristol Community
  • 1,000 acres of development land surrounding Bristol Port
  • Watkin Jones £200m Cardiff scheme
  • 10,000 home Temple Quarter masterplan
  • £48m new Bristol Zoo relocation

Speakers for this event include: