Breakfast event to provide latest on city growth

Businesses in Bradford will receive information relevant to their future prospects at an upcoming breakfast event. Bradford Chamber Property Forum, on 31 March, will hear about various initiatives linked to the city’s growth and development, with opportunities aplenty for networking. Plans to change the landscape of the city – through the ‘Transforming Cities Fund’ and the new Darley Street Market – will feature at the event. Aswell as profile-raising and networking, the Forum supports the Chamber’s lobbying and campaigns activities, and its events are well supported. When: 8-10am, Tuesday 31 March 2020 Where:  Hope Park Business Centre, Trevor Foster Way, BD5 8HB What: City Centre Renaissance; Transforming Cities Fund; Who: Mark Finch, Rushbond – Investing in Bradford’s Regeneration; Darren Badrock – Transforming Cities Fund; Shelagh O’Neill – Ongoing city centre projects (Markets, City Village, One City Park, and more); Amir Hussain, Yeme Architects – Exploring New Opportunities. Cost:  £15 members; £30 non-members To book:  email with ’31 March’ in subject header; or call 01274 206660. Parking:  available on-site and on nearby roads Marianne McCallum, Chair of BPF and a Director with WYG, says: “We’re looking forward to another quality event with some informative and relevant presentations that help businesses to plan, prepare and grow.  These presentations will show the level of change being planned in the city, and some of the steps being taken to assist the property and construction sector in particular, but also businesses in general.  I urge anyone interested in Bradford’s growth and future prospects to come along and join in.”

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