Shaping the Future of Greater Manchester: Jobs and Prosperity

Friday 27 September, 8.00am (for 8.30 start) to 10.00am
Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce, 151 Deansgate, Manchester M3 3WD

The economy, homes, health and the environment are at the heart of the vision for Greater Manchester, and change is being driven by technology: redefining our social, cultural and economic future.  But are we creating the right conditions to harness the benefits of this change to deliver a future, for the city region, for generations to come? 

Please join AECOM and a panel of industry experts to debate if we are doing enough. Are we supporting the right jobs, investing in the right infrastructure and putting in place plans to manage the social and environmental risks this presents? Are we helping Greater Manchester remain competitive and create greater prosperity for everyone: attracting business, innovation and talent? 

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Who should attend?

This debate will engage local policymakers, local government, developers, investors and construction consultants. Plus all those interested in the broader economic and infrastructure challenges that will impact the future of the built environment in Greater Manchester.

 

 

This panel session is part of a series of debates which will explore the key messages emerging through the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework and the Greater Manchester Local Industrial Strategy. Looking at how a cohesive response to both strategies can underpin the ongoing transformation of the region as a thriving, productive, sustainable and inclusive place. 

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