Former Stockport Council CEO Eamonn Boylan is joining a panel at an event organised by Place North West to examine Manchester’s New Agenda.
With a new decade approaching, Manchester and the region faces a pivotal moment in its history as it moves from regional hub to international destination which is likely to impact on Stockport and the nine boroughs that make up Greater Manchester.
This one-off event puts the leaders shaping Manchester on the same stage for the very first time, to answer the tough questions about the past, present, and future of the city.
Manchester City Council chief executive Joanne Roney, leader Richard Leese, Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham, and chief executive of the Greater Manchester Combined Authority Eamonn Boylan will be brought together at this very special evening event on 30 October at The Lowry Hotel.
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Is politics too involved with planning?
Who were the winners and losers of the last regeneration cycle?
Has Manchester’s growth been fair for all?
Has quality placemaking been forgotten in the quest for volume of development?
Is the city of a truly international quality?
How can the private sector help to solve public realm problems?
Attendees will include leaders and chief executives from all the Greater Manchester councils, senior management from the region’s most prominent property developers, architects and planners, universities, NHS and other key players.
Find out more at Place North West