Regen 2022 will take place at St George’s Hall on November 2nd and 3rd, returning after a three-year pause during the pandemic.
The landmark Liverpool venue will stage a two-day conference programme, vibrant exhibition area and vast networking opportunities, with the doors opening at 10am each day.
Regen’s conference programme is being designed for an audience including urban and rural regeneration specialists, contractors, developers, housing departments, architects, specifiers, engineers, installers, urban designers and planners.
Steve Rotheram, Metro Mayor of the Liverpool City Region, will deliver a keynote address at the beginning of Day One, having overseen close to £1bn worth of investment in the area since being elected in 2017.
A host of other high profile speakers including Michael Parkinson CBE, Professor at The University of Liverpool, and Catherine Holmes, Head of Cities and Major Conurbations at Homes England, also feature in an engaging conference programme sure to put Regen firmly back on the map.
View the full conference programme here: https://www.regenfuture.co.uk/conference#/
As with the previous six Regen shows, the event is free-to-attend and delegates gain access to the conference plus dozens of exhibition stands representing the entire sector.
Visit here to register: https://www.regenfuture.co.uk/register-now