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Manchester State of the Market

Reimagining, Building & Creating A World Class City

Event Ended On: Wednesday March 27 2019

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The Mayfield Development Partnership

Over the next decade, The Mayfield Development Partnership, will transform the 24-acre Mayfield district, into a vibrant, globally-ambitious and inclusive place to work, live and play.

The regeneration project will celebrate Mayfield’s existing heritage assets and its outstanding connectivity in the city – while also creating a new 6.5-acre urban park, surrounded by beautifully designed workspaces, public realm and 1,300 new homes.

The Partnership comprises regeneration specialist U+I, Manchester City Council, Transport for Greater Manchester and LCR.

Speakers

Creating A Sense Of Place

Ben Sanderson

Ben Sanderson

Executive Director, Hermes Investment Management

Made In Manchester

Reimagining The City Of Tomorrow

Richard Upton

Richard Upton

Chief Development Officer, U+I

Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Breakfast & Schmooze
8:30 AM
8:40 AM
Bisnow & U+I Welcoming
8:40 AM
9:25 AM
Creating A Sense Of Place
9:30 AM
10:15 AM
Made In Manchester
Reimagining The City Of Tomorrow
10:15 AM
10:30 AM
Post Panel Networking

Venue/Parking

Fairfield Social Club
Archway 6, Temperance Street
Manchester M12 6HR

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Event Summary

Manchester is the fastest-growing city in the UK and has cemented itself as a thriving global destination. According to Deloitte’s 2018 Crane Survey over 62,557 SQ FT of retail and leisure space has been delivered representing a four-fold increase on the previous year, six office developments totalling 1.5 million SQ FT began construction, and over 11,000 residential units are under construction.

If you doubted Manchester was a boom town, doubt it no more! BUT, if Manchester is to become the world digital city it hopes to be, there is still much to be done. Join us in March for our Manchester State of the Market 2019 where we will discuss designing, building and creating the Manchester of tomorrow.

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1.) Can Manchester’s amazing couple of years continue? If not, will it be a smooth landing?
 
2.) Is the residential boom behind us? How about office and tech? Are these markets peaking or plateauing? 

3.) Who is going to build all of the new assets needed in the city from offices to warehouses to residential?
 
4.) How do we get placemaking just right? What is the secret sauce to creating a city where people want to live, work and play?

5.) What’s next for Manchester?  How do we combine business case and good design to continuously build and improve the city?
 
6) Does the city offer a sustainable retail mix? What retailers, restaurants and leisure companies are headed in and out in 2019?

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