22 March 2012
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Burges Salmon Offices, One Glass Wharf, Avon Street, Bristol BS2 0ZX
A joint event between the RIBA, ICE, RICS and RTPI.
Amid severely constrained finances in both public and private sectors and in the climate of localism, we now have LEPs and Enterprise Zones as vehicles to stimulate economic growth and prosperity. The built environment has to be part of the equation, it provides the physical infrastructure to attract, house and service the wealth creators while at the same time is a net contributor to the economy of some £2.8 for every £1 invested.
How should the sector engage?
How can it contribute when it is still in need of a major kickstart itself?
How do the NPPF and localism impact/interact with the sector?
Paul Fletcher, Through Architecture
Richard Summers, Immediate Past President, RTPI
Max Crofts, King Sturge
Steve Hindley, Chair of CBI Construction Council
Dominic Murphy, Creating Excellence
Chair: James Durie, Business West
The Great Debate Flyer
£5 + VAT (£6) advance bookings
£7.50 + VAT (£9) entry on the night
RIBA South West