Networking and business lobby group, Downtown in Business, is joining forces with construction safety consultancy Project Four to launch the new club. Tony McDonough reports
Sir Howard Bernstein, the driving force behind the renaissance of Manchester, will be the guest speaker at the first event of the new Liverpool Property Club.
Networking and business lobby group, Downtown in Business, is joining forces with construction safety consultancy Project Four to launch the new club, aimed at those working in the city region’s property sector.
Sir Howard, former chief executive of Manchester City Council, will address the inaugural event, taking place at Restaurant Bar & Grill in Brunswick Street, Liverpool city centre, on Thursday, March 26.
Project Four managing director, Alan Robson, said: “We have been talking for some time about establishing a property club in Liverpool that gives those directly involved in the sector to come together, have a bit of a social, and offer some insight into the property and regeneration space as well.
“Our new partnership with Downtown offered the perfect opportunity to get the initiative off the ground and I am delighted that Sir Howard has agreed to speak at the launch event.”
DIB boss Frank McKenna added: “There are so many opportunities and existing projects to talk about that this is a great time to establish a new quarterly event focusing on property in the city.
“We launched a similar initiative in Birmingham last year which has been a huge success and I know that our property sector members are looking forward to supporting the club in Liverpool.
“The inaugural event is post-MIPIM so there will be an opportunity for people to reflect on the festival as well as hearing from Sir Howard, whose track- record in regeneration is second to none.”
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