To support the launch of the upcoming City Assets 2 report by think tank Centre for Cities, in partnership with Turner & Townsend, Bevan Brittan will be holding roundtable discussions across England.

These roundtable events will provide thought-provoking discussion around the topic of how cities can make the most of their assets, and what mechanisms need to be in place to help them do that most effectively.

If you would like to attend one of the events or receive a copy of the City Assets 2 report, please get in touch with the team here.


Location  Date 
Newcastle Town Hall, NE1 8SF
 14 June 2017
Leeds Civic Hall, LS2 3AD
 20 June 2017
Stoke Town Hall, ST4 1RN
 22 June 2017

Teesside Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough, TS3 6RS 6 July 2017

6th July 2017
West Midlands
West Midlands Combined Authority, Birmingham, B19 3SD
11th July 2017

East Midlands
Bowden Room, Nottingham Trent University Conference Centre, Burton St, Nottingham, NG1 4BU

 28 September 2017
Centre for Cities, 9 Holyrood St, London, SE1 2EL
 11 October 2017


Bevan Brittan LLP, Kings Orchard 1 Queen Street, BS2 0HQ

 12 October 2017


Turner & Townsend, 1E Parade, Sheffield, S1 2ET

20 October 2017


For further information and to register please email cityassets2017@turntown.co.uk.

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