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The Future of Property and Placemaking

Downtown in Business Liverpool recently hosted the latest in a series of themed Power Panels at a special event at Marsh 4 St Paul’s Square, Liverpool with Procure Partnerships Robbie Blackhurst being a key contributor. The event was entitled ‘The Future of Property and Placemaking, Disrupt or be Disrupted?’ and sponsored by Everton Business Club.

Everton’s Amanda Chatterton said “Everton Business Club is pleased to support Downtown in Business Power Panels. It further connects us to the business community in the city and the sessions are topical and engaging covering relevant business issues.”

The forum was chaired by John Hartles of Zumtobel Group and one of the original LTCC committee members and key speakers at the lunch forum included Colin Sinclair (KQ Liverpool) and Sue Grindrod (Royal Albert Dock).

The discussion opened with a member of the panel from Blue Bull Finance declaring his struggle to find a suitable 4-bedroom home in Manchester despite the number of cranes in the sky and ongoing construction projects.