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30 Exhibitors - Once the spaces have gone they have gone! You will not be able to exhibit.
500 delegates - Once the places have gone they have gone! You will not get in.
Exhibitors - Panel Debates - Masterclasses - Food & Drink - Wine & Beer Tasting - Networking, and much more.
The construction of major infrastructure, commercial space and garden communities across the UK brings the opportunity to network with individuals from across the construction industry.
Share knowledge & experience, give and take advice, offer support, share ideas and build first class relationships with like minded business people across the construction industry
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Lower Thames Crossing - London
London Stansted Airport Development - Essex
National road resurfacing, worth £3.3bn
Spurs, Liverpool & Everton, new stadiums.
Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium is set to embark on its most technically challenging aspect in January 2018 – the lifting of its gigantic 600 tonne roof. The state of the art new ground will boast a five-story glass atrium for fans, complete with a food court. The home stand will be a single tier of 17,500 seats which will create a ‘wall of sound’, placing fans closer to the pitch than any other stadium of comparable size. For fans and the public alike, it will also feature a 40 metre high Sky Walk up to the viewing deck on the roof. With a colossal capacity of 61,559, the stadium will also play host to NFL games and other entertainment.
Versace, Versace, Versace
Multiplex is to be the main contractor for the 50 storey tower Aykon London One in Nine Elms. They’ve taken on the job for £240m for the high-end, luxury residential project with apartments being designed in conjunction with Versace Home. The opulent residences are the latest in a string of high-profile wins for Multiplex and is just down the road from another of their major developments, One Nine Elms.
Ever Growing Edinburgh
Work is expected to continue in earnest in 2018 on Edinburgh’s largest speculative office development, Capital Square. Bam Properties and Hermes International have both heavily invested in the project, with its success hinging on the idea that Edinburgh’s property market and commercial sector remain thriving after uncertainty following the Brexit vote and questions about Scottish Independence.
Look back 10 years and you’d be amazed at how much Leeds has changed – and it seems the same will be true in another 10 years, because big plans are afoot to improve, develop and transform the city. From transport to new builds, huge regeneration projects to landmark restoration jobs, find out what the future holds for Leeds.
The rejuvenation of the South Bank is only just getting started. What was once a long forgotten part of the city, is now the key to Leeds’ future growth. The likes of Brewery Wharf, the new Southern Entrance to Leeds Station and Leeds Dock have led the way, but now a framework has been released for the area’s future – and it will transform the 185 hectare space into one of the biggest redevelopment projects in Europe. If all goes go to plan, it will help to create 35,000 new jobs and 4,000 new homes, as well as creating new public spaces, a huge park and landmark buildings – it could be the city’s biggest achievement of the century.
Much of the South Bank’s future development will be impacted by the arrival of HS2 in Leeds. The second stage of the new high speed rail track connecting the North to Birmingham and London is set for completion in 2033. It will connect to a new and improved version of the current station, which is the busiest in Northern England. As plans for the South Bank move forward, HS2 will also have huge role to play in attracting businesses and investment to Leeds.
The Ivy is marking its 100th anniversary with big expansion plans in 2017 – and they’ve set their sights on Leeds, alongside Bath, Bristol and Manchester. The original capital venue is renowned for its fine dining and art deco styling, and though it remains to be seen what type of restaurant Leeds will get, it’s a huge coup to have such a big name coming to Leeds.