Itinerary announced for the ‘Frameworks for Recovery’ event | 15 November 2012
A seminar detailing the commercial property market in the North West is set to take place near St Helens later this month, placenorthwest.co.uk reports.
For the first time in its five-year history, the ‘Frameworks for Recovery’ event, typically held in Yorkshire, is making the trip across the Penines to the Haydock Park Racecourse in Newton-le-Willows.
Organised by PKF accountants, Hill Dickinson, the Co-Operative Banking Group and GVA, the event will be aimed at offering advice and information on the current commercial property market, as well as detailing additional opportunities which could arise over the coming years.
Representatives from each organisation will offer presentations and seminars, whilst the event will be rounded off by Councillor Kieran Quinn, chairman of the Greater Manchester Pension Fund. Cllr Quinn will examine local regeneration schemes and explain to delegates what the Greater Manchester Property Venture Fund has in store over the next 12 to 18 months.
Speaking to blackpoolgazette.co.uk of the event, partner at PKF, Paul Clarke, explained the reason for the event’s move to Newton-le-Willows at the heart of the North West.
“It demonstrates our commitment to the property and construction industry, and whilst the sector has plainly experienced some difficulties over the past few years, this session will hopefully provide an opportunity for us to discuss the positives out there that perhaps aren’t widely known,” he said.
“Our primary focus is the future, and the possibilities available.”
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