Full Webinar Video & Presentations: Future Development Plans in East Midlands

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This product gives you access to the recording of our webinar - including speaker discussions, presentations and Q&A.

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This webinar will focus on the development activity in the East Midlands, whilst also addressing some of the key issues and challenges which we as an industry face in the coming months. Speakers will be invited to share details on their current development programme and future pipelines as well as providing advice and opinion on what the industry needs to do to survive the current crisis, what is requires in the short term and how we will manage the increased demand and activity once the UK recovers.

Speakers for this event include:

  • Nottingham City Council – Regeneration totalling into hundreds of millions of pounds is being lead by Chris and his team and in this webinar he will be able to give an update on the Broadmarsh Development, ambitions for a major tram extension programme and their ambitions to build thousands of new dwellings across the city.
  • Rioja Developments – With the £100 million Grantham Designer Outlet in the works, Rioja Developments will attract 3.5 million visitors a year to the landmark site. With 135 stores and over 272,000 sq. ft. of retail space, the development will transform the Lincolnshire economy.
  • Creative Quarter – The Creative Quarter, Nottingham’s first choice destination for students, businesses, investors, locals and visitors is undergoing significant development. Stephen will share details of these developments, including a six storey student accommodation block, over 230 apartments and numerous bars and shops.
  • City of Lincoln Council – The Council has set out an ambitious City Centre Masterplan which includes 21 potential development sites and we’ll hear about these potential schemes and the wider vision for Lincoln.