the urban regeneration conference and exhibition
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the urban regeneration conference and exhibition
regen 2014 Liverpool 25-26 June 2014
Welcome to Regen 2014, the exhibition and conference for the UK Regeneration Industry, and welcome to Liverpool, the host city for the International Festival for Business 2014. As part of the UK Government backed, International Festival for Business 2014, we, as the organisers of the event, are absolutely thrilled that so many of the leading names in Urban Regeneration from around the country have joined us at what promises to be one of the most comprehensive Regeneration events ever held in this country. First and foremost, we would like to thank the International Festival for Business themselves for including Regen 2014 as one of their 200 events in Liverpool in June and July this year, and we would also like to thank Mr. Max Steinberg and the entire Liverpool Vision team for all their advice and assistance over the past 12 months, and their unbelievable joint effort in turning the entire festival from a concept into a real success story. We would like to sincerely thank everyone involved in this event, the exhibitors, sponsors, conference delegates, exhibition visitors, media partners, affiliates and a special thank you to all 24 speakers, without whose presence the event would not have been possible. During your time at the event, you are welcome to attend as many of the 24 presentations as you wish over the 2 days, and if there is anything at all that we can do to help, please do not hesitate to ask our operations team, who will be available throughout the course of the show to assist you. It is our sincere hope that you will have great success through your participation at Regen 2014. Have a great couple of days with us, do lots of business, make good contacts, and many thanks once again for attending and we look forward to welcoming you back to Liverpool again next June for Regen 2015. The Regen Team www.regen2014.com firstname.lastname@example.org 3
Regen 2014 Conference Programme Day 1 – Wednesday 25th June 12.00 – 12.20
Chair – Max Steinberg CBE – Chief Executive, Liverpool Vision Welcome to Liverpool, IFB 2014 and Regen 2014 Building a World Class City for Business
12.20 – 12.40
Sir Bob Kerslake – Permanent Secretary for Dept. for Communities & Local Government & Head of the Civil Service A Northern Renaissance ? – The Challenges Ahead
12.40 – 1.00
Keith Burge – Chairman, Institute of Economic Development Realising the Potential of Under-performing Towns and Cities
1.00 – 1.20
Martin Blackwell – Chief Executive ATCM – Association of Town & City Management Town Centre Futures
1.20 – 1.40
Deborah McLaughlin – Executive Director Homes and Communities Agency Skills and investment in housing and regeneration
1.40 – 2.00
Panel Discussion / Questions & Answers Chaired by Max Steinberg CBE
COFFEE BREAK 2.30 – 3.30
Kate Willard – Board Member, Atlantic Gateway The Atlantic Gateway – A Regional Growth Engine Professor Walter Menzies – Board Member, Atlantic Gateway The Atlantic Gateway Parklands – A Landscape for Prosperity Lord Heseltine – Video message to launch the Atlantic Gateway Parklands
3.30 – 4.00
Roger Phillips – Radio Merseyside The changing face of Liverpool over the past thirty years
4.00 – 4.30
Duncan Sutherland – Group Regeneration Director Sigma Capital / Regeneration Liverpool Delivering the Vision and Investing in Liverpool’s Future
4.30 – 5.15
Neil Townsend – Director, Riverside Group Dave Bullock – Managing Director, Compendium Living Lee Valley – a Liverpool Community Revitalised 4
Day 2 – Thursday 26th June 11.25 – 11.30
Anna Heyes – Managing Director, Active Profile / Regen 2014 Welcome to Day 2 of Regen 2014
11.30 – 12.00
Murray Graham – Director Urban Roots / Town & Country Planning Association Towns and countryside for a new age of challenge
12.00 – 12.30
Andrew Carter – Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Policy and Research, Centre for Cities Understanding and improving UK cities' economic performance
12.30 – 1.00
Euan Hall – Chief Executive, The Land Trust Sustainable land management models for public space
1.00 – 1.30
Oliver Baxter – Director, Herman Miller Insight Group / RIBA Royal Institute of British Architects Scenarios 2018 (RIBA Approved CPD)
1.30 – 2.00
Professor Cathy Parker – Director, Institute of Place Management, Manchester Metropolitan University Repositioning, reinventing, rebranding and restructuring the UK High Street
COFFEE BREAK 2.30 – 3.00
Kieran Gordon – Chief Executive Greater Merseyside Connexions Services Resilience and employability
3.00 – 3.30
Nigel Catterson – Chairman, Britain’s Energy Coast Refreshing attitudes to regeneration – being the grease instead of the cog
Steve Szostak – Chief Executive, Britain’s Energy Coast From strategy to delivery – a case study of regenerating Whitehaven 3.30 – 4.00
David Rudlin – Director The Academy of Urbanism and URBED From Urban Regeneration to Urbanism
4.00 – 4.30
Richard Steel – Director Atmos Consulting Ltd, Soils and Water Team Urban Lake and Dock Rehabilitation
Ad Hoc Property Management Ltd Ad Hoc specialise in securing temporary vacant properties in a cost effective and socially responsible way. We do this by installing fully vetted professionals (Property Guardians) to occupy the building as opposed to using more traditional security methods such as manned guards, boarding up, CCTV which can extremely expensive and actually not very effective. This helps to deter squatters, ASB, theft and also identifies maintenance issues swiftly preventing them escalating. We work with a wide variety of Clients including, Local Authorities, Housing Associations, Care Home Providers, NHS, Breweries, Police Constabularies, Banks, Property Developers and many more to secure a diverse range of buildings from flats and houses to churches and offices. We work on a temporary basis offering our Clients a flexible service to suit there needs. Please call us to find out more.
email: email@example.com website: www.adhoc.eu telephone: 0151 236 6061 contact: Andrew Schofield (NW Manager) Stand D3
Britainâ€™s Energy Coast
Atmos Consulting is an environmental consultancy specialising in sustainable development and renewable energy. Our diverse and experienced consultants provide expert technical, ecological and planning support to developers, industry, communities, utilities and the public sector throughout the entire project life-cycle, from feasibility to implementation.
Britainâ€™s Energy Coast is a dynamic one-stopshop for economic development. We deliver business support and support for the energy sector; provide funding for physical and skillsrelated regeneration projects; manage a business property service and help to position West Cumbria in the global marketplace. We can provide companies with funding, integration into the local supply chain and access to high quality property and development sites including our own Westlakes Science & Technology Park.
Our multidisciplinary in-house team is experienced across the full range of sustainable development projects, of all sizes and scales. By working as part of an integrated team, we use our skills and understanding of often complex and interrelated environmental, technical and regulatory issues to determine the best solution.
Our expert team provides a comprehensive package of support to companies already based in the region and those looking to invest or relocate. Combined, these activities will help to create an environment where businesses can innovate and grow; resulting in wealth and jobs that directly benefit the West Cumbrian community. We are here to help, for more visit www.britainsenergycoast.co.uk
We are recognised for the quality of our work, our pro-activity and the valuable support we provide to clients.
telephone: 01352 744512
telephone: 01946 595285
contact: Richard Steel, Director Eco-Hydrology
contact: Luke Dicicco Stand B6
Bromoco Systems (DTS-Chem Ltd)
Capita with Invest in Hampshire
Bromoco Systems provide a worldwide service and solution for the restoration and maintenance of all metal and coated substrates. A pioneer in the industry, offering a complete range of architectural and maintenance services that help extend the life, increase the value, and enhance the beauty of exterior and interior architectural surfaces. Specializing in the restoration and upkeep of stainless steel, aluminium, anodized, powder coating, windows, curtain walling and cladding, as well as brass, copper and glass treatments for buildings, swimming pools, industrial and retail units.
We are a national specialist property and infrastructure business that delivers and provides value. Our Clients are fully representative across the public and private sectors, in government; property development and investment and in the residential and commercial fields. We support holistic regeneration and development initiatives with a broad range of consultancy and agency services that take projects from concept to completion. We help to create sustainable communities. Our comprehensive service will help identify, evaluate and secure new opportunities. We advise on acquisitions and disposals as well as deliver the Clients' design, engineering, management and planning objectives to help to bring your project to completion.
Our commitment is to provide a high quality service, so we develop the most advanced technologies and bespoke systems along with a commitment to research and development programs coupled with rigorous training programs to ensure that our employees provide exceptional and unrivalled long lasting results.
Capita are exhibiting at this event with Invest in Hampshire. For further information, please visit: http://www.investinhampshire.co.uk
telephone: 01438 357574
telephone: 020 7492 0242
contact: Bill Surtees
contact: Alex Nelhams (Associate Director)
Cass Associates is an award-winning, multidisciplinary practice offering an integrated range of services embracing architecture, landscape architecture, planning, masterplanning and ecology.
Civic Voice is the national campaigning organisation and lead voice for the civic movement in England. Our President is TV personality, Griff Rhys Jones. Established in 2010, Civic Voice has over 75,000 members nationwide and is supported in Parliament by the All Party Parliamentary Group for Civic Societies comprising 75 MPs.
We take an intensely client-focused approach to our work and each project, regardless of scale, is led by a partner who remains the key client contact until completion.
Current activities include lobbying for changes to the National Planning Policy Framework and work to secure greater protection for local community spaces, places and heritage assets.
Since 1983 we have completed over 1,200 projects, from the very large to the very small, across a wide range of sectors for both private and public sector clients. Recurring themes in our work are sustainable development, client and community engagement, responding to the natural environment and the integration of contemporary design within existing cultural and natural heritage.
Merseyside Civic Society, in 2013, celebrated 75 years of civic engagement, innovation and conservation efforts across the city region. Since 1938 it has helped preserve key elements of its past and takes a concerned interest in its continuing development and regeneration.
At Cass Associates we strive to create buildings, environments and communities that enhance peopleâ€™s lives and provide lasting value for our clients.
Joining Civic Voice on the occasion of REGEN 2014, Merseyside Civic Society welcomes participants to Liverpool and we look forward to meeting you.
telephone: 0151 707 0110
telephone: 0151 707 4319
contact: Richard Roberts
contact: Civic Voice, Gill Roxborough Merseyside Civic Society, Susan Spibey Stand A7
Consolux M & E Consulting Ltd
Colwyn Bay is the thriving North Wales town everyone is talking about.
We are an independent multi-disciplinary Building Services, Mechanical & Electrical Consulting Engineering Design Practice providing a wide range of building and engineering services from basic Consultancy to complete Project Management and Commissioning. We also provide comprehensive Facility Maintenance management.
Perfectly situated off all major transport arteries, Colwyn Bay is fast becoming the commercial and tourism centre of North Wales. With more than £52 million worth of investment already pumped into the area, this vibrant seaside town has a bright future ahead of it. The town's extensive regeneration programme is actively driving tourism and investment; transforming Colwyn Bay into a contemporary resort where sports and arts meet the sea. But the best is yet to come. Investment opportunities exist in: Ÿ Retail and commercial facilities Ÿ Sports facilities Ÿ Waterfront attractions Ÿ Town centre development Ÿ Infrastructure
Consolux M&E Consulting works nationally across the UK from our offices in London and Liverpool. We undertake the design of Interior & Exterior Lighting schemes, Electrical power, CCTV, Fire Alarm, Heating, Plumbing, Ventilation, Heat Recovery design, for Local Authority, Private Sector, Student Housing, Hotels, Retail, Commercial & Industrial Clients. We employ CIBSE registered Low Carbon Consultants and can carry out Sustainable Houses Code Assessments, SAP & EPC's. Our Engineers and support staff are professionally qualified & we hold an Investor in People award.
Ÿ Family housing email: firstname.lastname@example.org
telephone: 01492 577600
telephone: 0151 708 9469
contact: Ingrid Lewis
contact: David Connell
ekosgen is one of the UK's leading independent economic and regeneration consultancy companies. We have a first class reputation throughout the UK for providing high quality and outstanding research and consultancy for our clients in local, regional and national markets - government, agencies and partnerships, the private sector and the third sector.
English Heritage is the Government's statutory adviser on all matters relating to the historic environment in England. We are a nondepartmental public body established under the National Heritage Act 1983 to help conserve England's historic environment and promote awareness, understanding and enjoyment of it. English Heritage has extensive experience of a wide range of regeneration programmes, including our own area-based grant schemes, as well as HLF and ERDF funded projects. The expertise and guidance we offer to local authorities, developers and other stakeholders not only relates to projects on specific historic buildings, but has also been developed over many years experience of area based, town and city centre regeneration programmes. We also advise on new housing schemes to help ensure that new development responds sympathetically and successfully to its context.
Our support includes: 타 providing technical assistance to improve performance, access funding, or to undertake strategic planning to meet partner and government objectives 타 helping to enhance your understanding of the future directions of economies, initiatives, businesses, and local communities 타 ensuring you satisfy the reporting requirements for government organisations, agencies and funding bodies 타 providing strategic, operational and actionoriented support.
telephone: 0845 644 3023
telephone: 07901 335 518
contact: Kirsten Hedland
contact: Tim Brennan Stand C6
Forum for the Built Environment
Good Homes Alliance
The fbe is a leading networking organisation for the property, development and construction industries. Professionals from the built environment choose fbe to help them build contacts and develop effective relationships and business opportunities. fbe host a wide range of regional and national events, ranging from breakfast networking events with world-class speakers, sporting and activity events, gala dinners and award ceremonies.
The Good Homes Alliance (GHA) is a group of housing developers, building professionals and other industry supporters whose aim is to transform the UK housing sector to ensure it creates and maintains Good Homes for all. We define what makes a Good Home and help our members build and monitor Good Homes that are sustainable in the broadest sense. The GHA helps to support this industry transformation through education, research & guidance and technical support, and also engages in active policy and promotion activities to ensure that market conditions encourage and incentivise developers to take a more sustainable approach.
The fbe is the leading independent built environment networking organisation. By focusing on the built environment rather than just the property sector we bring together a wide variety of professionals. Today we have over 2000 members nationwide from a wide variety of backgrounds - multinational construction companies, cost consultants, architects and designers, property developers, engineers, planners and consultants, legal & financial specialists and other service professionals.
telephone: 07515 421589
telephone: 020 7704 3503
contact: Paul Jasper - Joint Vice Chairman
contact: Roger Southcott Stand D12
Institute for Economic Development The Institute of Economic Development (IED) is the leading professional body representing economic development and regeneration practitioners. Established in 1983, the IED provides a valuable network for economic development professionals and a wide range of support services including continuous professional development activities. Our Patron is The Rt Hon Lord Heseltine CH.
International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP) The International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP) is a global association of experienced professional planners. It was founded in 1965 and now brings together individual and institutional members from more than 80 countries worldwide.
Funded almost entirely through member contributions, the IED is a genuinely independent voice. We represent the interests of the profession through responses to government consultations, submissions to parliamentary select committee inquiries, and participation in national initiatives.
The objectives of ISOCARP include the improvement of planning practice through the creation of a global and active network of practitioners. ISOCARP encourages the exchange of professional knowledge between planners, promotes the planning profession in all its forms, stimulates and improves planning research, training and education and enhances public awareness and understanding of major planning issues at a global level.
We are committed to the profession development of Members and the exchange of good practice. Our 'Excellence in Economic Development' standard is freely available from our website at http://www.ied.co.uk/excellence_in_ed
The association's main event is the annual World Congress. The 50th ISOCARP International Planning Congress will take place in Gdynia, Poland, 23-26 September 2014. The theme is "Urban Transformations - Cities and Water".
telephone: 01604 874 613
telephone: 0031 70 346 2654
contact: John Lockett
contact: Gaby Kurth
Manchester Metropolitan University
Liverpool Vision is the city’s economic development company which integrates economic development and business and enterprise support designed to accelerate the city’s growth and build a sustainable economy.
With a history dating back 150 years, we have a combination of the traditional and the contemporary that sets MMU apart and gives us our distinct character. Manchester Metropolitan University is the largest campus-based undergraduate university in the UK with a student population of more than 37,000. Our claim is to be the University for World Class professionals with an emphasis on vocational education and employability.
Liverpool Vision is an organisation configured for partnership. It is the strength of its relationships with the private sector, the universities and the City Council that has enabled Vision to continue improving the quality of Liverpool’s physical and business environment, to help emerging high value sectors realise their full potential, to promote innovation and competitiveness and above all support business in creating the jobs and wealth upon which the city’s prosperity and well-being ultimately depend.
Our roots in higher education date back to 1824, and we’re committed to a strong future through a £350 million investment in our buildings and facilities. Manchester Metropolitan University is part of the largest higher education campus in the UK and one of the most extensive education centres in Europe. MMU Business School is home to the Institute of Place Management and offers an MSc in Place Management.
Liverpool Vision has played a pivotal role in co-ordinating the delivery of the city’s economic and physical renaissance over the last decade working within the strategic leadership of the City Council and the Mayor of Liverpool.
telephone: 0151 600 2926
telephone: 0161 247 3992
contact: Jenny Douglas – Head of Investment
contact: Professor Cathy Parker
Mouchel supports and understands regeneration and has a long and established history across the UK and in the North West. Being able to provide all the multi-disciplinary services required for urban regeneration sets Mouchel apart from its competitors. Our ability to provide innovative, efficient and cost effective regeneration solutions for our Clients has seen Mouchel deliver projects in the North West such as Edge Lane and the Eastern Approaches, Speke Garston, Liverpool Council HMRI programme and the Pier Head and Cruise Liner Terminal.
Move Commercial is the North West's dedicated guide to commercial property and business. Available as a free, monthly print publication and regularly updated online, Move Commercial rounds up the latest news and expert analysis from across the Liverpool City Region, Greater Manchester, Cheshire and Lancashire. As well as focusing on major developments in the office, retail, leisure, finance and training sectors and covering and debating the current issues that matter the most in the region, Move Commercial's jam-packed pages feature profiles of the North West's biggest and brightest business names.
Our multidisciplinary team based in Liverpool undertake all aspects of policy development, funding, masterplanning, feasibility studies, transport planning, sustainability assessments, strategic environmental, infrastructure urban design and project management. This is underpinned through the technical excellence of our people and the professional registrations we maintain with statutory bodies and stakeholders.
Key appointments, event coverage and a comprehensive diary of what's going on across the area are also prominently featured throughout the publication, which is distributed across the commercial property and business community.
telephone: 0161 838 5962
telephone: 0151 709 7567
contact: Chris Founds
contact: Kim O'Brien
NHBC - Who we are, what we do
For over six decades Purcell has been involved in the care and development of some of the best loved buildings and places in the UK and abroad.
Who we are: NHBC is the UK's leading independent standard-setting body and provider of warranty and insurance for new homes. Our role is to work with the house-building industry to raise the standards of new homes and to provide consumer protection for homebuyers. Established in 1936, NHBC is the home warranty provider of choice, currently insuring over 1.6 million homes, with a market share of approximately 80%.
From start to finish, the company's expertise includes architecture, heritage consultancy and conservation across eight sectors. Understanding a declining area's fabric, economic conditions and social capital is essential in regenerating its prosperity. From funding advice and development appraisals to master planning and architectural design, we devise creative solutions to overcome an area's challenges and generate a compelling vision and strategy.
What we do: Over 14,000 registered builders and developers throughout the UK use our products and services to help them with the challenges they face. NHBC provides technical support and assistance to help at every stage of development, from land buying, design and build through to customer handover.
With studios covering the UK and Asia Pacific, our talented team has the local knowledge and sector expertise to handle projects of all types and sizes.
NHBC's Land Quality Endorsement (LQE) provides technical risk management for contaminated and brownfield land. Using the service means reliable advice during remediation.
Purcell actively seeks opportunities that stand out, that will best benefit clients, the community and the environment.
telephone: 01908 746625
telephone: 0117 910 1060
contact: John Jones
contact: Niall Phillips
RIBA North West
REC is a multi-disciplinary Environmental Consultancy offering integrated support services to the urban regeneration and property market. REC help to assess and mitigate potential environmental risks to land transactions and planning applications, ensuring development completion by delivering high quality solutions.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) champions better buildings, communities and the environment through architecture and our members. We provide the standards, training, support and recognition that put our members â€“ in the UK and overseas â€“ at the peak of their profession. With government, we work to improve the design quality of public buildings, new homes and new communities.
Offering seamless advice, our capability extends to contaminated land investigation and remediation, geotechnical design and assessment, air quality, acoustics, environmental management, ecology, flood risk and full asbestos consultancy services.
We also hold one of the largest and most important collections of architectural drawings, photographs and archives in the world, and stage talks, exhibitions, events and awards (including the prestigious RIBA Stirling Prize) that help people see their surroundings in a completely new way.
telephone: 0161 868 1300 / 07501 720 294
telephone: 0151 703 0107
contact: John Goodwin
contact: Marc Heuston, Architectural Communities Coordinator
Riverside / Compendium Living
RICS is the world's leading qualification when it comes to professional standards in land, property and construction. As more and more people, governments, banks and commercial organisations demand greater certainty of professional standards and ethics, attaining RICS status is the recognised mark of property professionalism. There are now more than 100,000 members around the world, providing impartial, authoritative advice on key issues affecting businesses and society.
Compendium Living is a residential development and urban regeneration company jointly owned by Riverside, one of the UK's largest and most respected affordable housing providers and Lovell, the nation's complete housing specialist . We take on complex and strategic, mixed tenure, housing-led projects that put people at the heart of place shaping. Our projects transform places and create high quality new neighbourhoods that will thrive; we focus on all the things that make a place successful and our long term commitment helps ensure that our places are left in safe hands.
telephone: 02476 868555 07792 605387 (for the event only) contact: Emma-Jane Guy
contact: Dave Bullock
telephone: 0151 295 6277
RTPI North West
Sigma Capital Group plc
The Royal Town Planning Institute is the UK's leading planning body for spatial, sustainable and inclusive planning and is the largest planning institute in Europe with over 23,000 members.
Sigma Capital is a nationally recognised, awardwinning leader in the creation and management of long-term, large-scale regeneration projects. The partnerships with Local Authorities result in major development opportunities involving schools, health facilities, new homes, commercial, retailing and leisure.
The RTPI is: Ÿ A membership organisation and a Chartered Institute responsible for maintaining professional standards and accrediting world class planning courses nationally and internationally.
The current development value is £2bn over the next 15 years. Higher Broughton Partnership, Salford, was the first Assed Backed Vehicle in the UK, followed closely by partnerships in North Solihull and Liverpool. In Scotland Sigma Capital is Development Manager for one of the largest mixed use projects in the UK, at Winchburgh, west of Edinburgh.
Ÿ A charity whose charitable purpose is to advance the science and art of planning (including town and country and spatial planning) for the benefit of the public. Ÿ A learned society.
In 2014 Sigma announced a major joint venture with Gatehouse Bank plc which will support the roll-out of 2,000 new privately rented residential properties, the largest single new build residential housing portfolio in the UK.
In 2014 The RTPI celebrates its Centenary.
telephone: 0161 604 7799
telephone: 0161 200 5300
contact: Bev Watson
contact: Duncan Sutherland / Ron Dawson
SURF - Scotland's independent regeneration network
Stanley Dock Properties Limited
As Scotland's independent regeneration network, SURF uses its extensive cross-sector membership, which includes over 250 organisations, to explore current practice, experience and knowledge in community regeneration.
Stanley Dock is the largest collection of listed Victorian dockside warehouses in Western Europe and provides a unique waterside environment. As Liverpool's hotel scene continues to thrive, a vibrant new venue the Titanic Hotel Liverpool opens in the revitalised Stanley Dock and will be a stunning addition to the city's renowned World Heritage site. Since 1849, the location's warehouses have stored tobacco imports from across the Atlantic but a massive refurbishment programme is transforming and regenerating the site with originality, care and passion.
SURF provides a neutral space to facilitate this sharing of information and ideas through a diverse programme of activities that includes seminars, conferences, policy exchanges, lectures, study visits, awards for best practice and the distribution of information and comment in a variety of formats.
Work is almost complete on converting the old Rum Warehouse which will become a majestic suite for both exhibition and conference events, seating 1,500 theatre style or 700 for a banquet and is home to 'regen 2014' on June 25th - 26th.
Constructive feedback from the SURF membership is used to positively influence the development of more successful regeneration policy and practice through SURF's links with key policy-makers in the Scottish Government and elsewhere.
The next phase of redevelopment at Stanley Dock will see the transformation of the iconic Tobacco Warehouse, the centrepiece of Stanley Dock into apartments and business units.
Further information is available from the SURF website: www.scotregen.co.uk
email: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
telephone: 0141 585 6879
telephone: 00353 14753928
contact: Derek Rankine, Events and Communications Manager
contact: Declan Baxter or Pat Power
The Land Trust
Team Enterprises Ltd is a North West based Training Consultancy, the organisation was founded in 1999 and has grown to be a leading provider, specialising in Apprenticeships, Traineeships, National Vocational Qualifications and bespoke industry led training courses.
The Land Trust is about long-term management of open space to promote healthy living, enhance social cohesion, encourage learning, support ecosystems and stimulate economic growth. We provide cost effective solutions for landowners, such as developers, the public sector, landfill operators and extractive companies to ensure land is managed for the benefit of both the environment and the economy.
Our aim is to provide you with the skills, knowledge and qualifications that will help you within your chosen field of employment. We commit ourselves to our learners through their journey and attempt to meet their needs whenever and wherever possible. We provide a safe and equal learning environment for all learners, where communication between learners and training consultants is clear and transparent.
Landowners can benefit from working with us in a number of ways â€“ help with planning applications, value of land, exit strategy from non-viable land and community engagement. Our sites have resources and funding in place to ensure their long-term management and they are funded in a variety of ways including endowments, section 106 payments, community infrastructure levy, grant funding commercial activities and service charge. The Land Trust provides a cost effective and sustainable management solution for public open space and green infrastructure across the country.
telephone: 0151 707 1404
telephone: 01952 852005
contact: Pauline Ashley
contact: Michael Parr Stand C9
Town & Country Planning Association
Thermloc Ltd / Icynene Thermloc Ltd - The Icynene Insulation System
The Town and Country Planning Association is an independent charity working to improve the art and science of town and country planning. The TCPA puts social justice and the environment at the heart of policy debate and inspires government, industry and campaigners to take a fresh perspective on major issues, including planning policy, housing, regeneration and climate change.
The Icynene Insulation System is a soft, flexible, breathable, foam insulation and air barrier system. Sprayed as a liquid Icynene expands to 100 times its initial volume in seconds. Icynene's unique formulation sets it apart from other insulation products offering many advantages over traditional insulation materials and more modern alternatives. While all materials of equal thermal resistance perform identically under laboratory conditions the same is not true in real life.
The TCPAâ€™s objectives are: To ensure a decent, well designed home for everyone, in a human scale environment, combining the best features of town and country.
Icynene contains no HFCs, CFCs HFA or HCFCs and it remains soft and flexible accommodating any normal expansion, contraction or movement within a building. The Icynene Insulation System is 100% water blown containing no toxic chemicals and will deliver the performance you can count on for a lifetime of savings and comfort.
To empower people and communities to influence decisions that affect them. To improve the planning system in accordance with the principles of sustainable development.
telephone: 07709 803 566 / 028 9334 9590
telephone: 020 7930 8903
contact: Paul Hughes
contact: Michael McLean
UK Green Building Council
The UK Green Building Council's (UK-GBC) mission is to radically improve the sustainability of the built environment, by transforming the way it is planned, designed, constructed, maintained and operated. We are a membership organisation, launched in 2007, primarily consisting of businesses from across the industry.
URS is a leading provider of engineering, construction and technical services for public agencies and private sector companies in the UK. With more than 3,000 employees we can provide a depth of staff resource to undertake regeneration projects of all scales from a modest feasibility study to a large scale design commission. URS' breadth of skills and depth of experience in regeneration ensures that we can support our clients through all stages of the project lifecycle offering a number of essential services ensuring that all statutory obligations including environmental, health and safety and risk management are fulfilled.
Uniquely, we bring together anyone involved in the complex process of planning, designing, constructing, maintaining and operating buildings, along with NGOs, academic institutions and government agencies. More information about UK-GBC can be found here: www.ukgbc.org.
telephone: 0207 580 0623
telephone: 0161 237 6001
contact: Christina Gulvanessian Head of Membership & Marketing
contact: Nick Jones Stand D2
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University of Manchester Dalton Cumbrian Facility, Westlakes Science & Technology Park
Britainâ€™s Energy Coast is a dynamic one-stopshop for economic development charged with helping West Cumbria prosper. We can provide companies with funding, integration into the local supply chain and access to high quality property and development sites including our own Westlakes Science & Technology Park. To learn more about our work visit or call