Development land to be debated at Bradford Property Forum

Businesses are invited to come along to the next Property Forum meeting in Bradford to discuss how the supply of employment land is crucial to the future success of the District’s economic strategy.

Senior business representatives from the property sector and Bradford Council staff responsible for planning and economic development will debate the issues and involve the audience in this hotly-contested topic.  Details are below.

Delivering Development for the District:  Is Space the Final Frontier?

Bradford Property Forum – 8am Tuesday 17 July, 2018

What:  How can the objectives of Bradford’s economic strategy be delivered without adequate land for development?

Why: This event ties together the Chamber’s recent report on the shortage of employment land with the District’s economic strategy, launched in March.  Key figures involved in both of these areas of activity will present, and others will be on hand to contribute from the floor.

Who: Marianne McCallum, Turley (and BPF Vice-Chair); Cllr Alex Ross-Shaw & Julian Jackson, Bradford Council; plus a business case study (TBC).  Short but relevant presentations will be made before a Q&A panel delves further into the issue.

When: 8-10am, Tuesday 17 July 2018 (breakfast from 8; the event is scheduled to end at 9.45)

Where: Great Victoria Hotel, Bridge St, Bradford BD1 1JX

Cost: £15 members, £30 non-members (inc. VAT)

If you’ve not yet seen the Chamber report (‘Creating Space for Future Success’), it can be found online here (hard copies may be available on request).

To book: Call 01274 206660 or email here

 

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Written on June 28, 2018Mike Cartwright. Published in Bradford, Chamber News, Construction, Economy, Economy, Infrastructure, Leeds, Lobbying, News, Policy, Property, Property forum