Striking a balance between heritage and growth, and fostering greater collaboration between stakeholders and developers, will be key to Liverpool’s economic recovery and future development prospects, according to speakers at Place North West’s latest event.
The event was sponsored by Kier, Telcom, Lexington Communications, Satplan Planning and Development, and Caro Developments, and hosted by Place North West editor Sarah Townsend.
The line-up of high-profile speakers included representatives from developer Capital & Centric, consultancy Avison Young, landscape architect LDA Design, engineer Civic Engineers and Liverpool John Moores University, as well as Liverpool City Council’s newly formed housing delivery team, planning consultancy Barton Willmore, Baltic Creative and Culture Liverpool.
The event was the latest in a new Place North West conference format, using a platform called Remo that enables networking on digital ‘tables’, as well as many other features.
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