Organised by Place North West, the breakfast conference takes place on Thursday 4 October and will look at the latest take-up figures, changes in occupier demand, trends in wellbeing design, and forecasts for the future of the market. The event will also spotlight best practice in office developments, both in Manchester and further afield.
Director Julian Lipscombe will present a case study on regeneration success at King’s Cross in London, set to be home to Google and Facebook's HQs.
The event will run from 8-11 am, at the Museum of Science & Industry in Manchester.
Upon completion in 2016, the redevelopment of Midland Goods Shed will create an innovative new focal point for King’s Cross Central, within the heritage core of one of London’s most dramatically changing neighbourhoods.
Located on zone B of the masterplan, the 5 Pancras Square development responds to both the emerging context of King’s Cross Central and the historic environment of St Pancras Station and the surrounding conservation areas.