- UK’s Real Estate Investment & Infrastructure Forum (UKREiiF) is a new annual event
- The 3 day event, to be held in Leeds, aims to connect 3000 investors, developers, public sector, funders and end-users. Connecting people, places and businesses in order to accelerate the levelling up agenda unlock sustainable, inclusive and transformational investment
- Greater Manchester & Liverpool City Region to deliver a 1 day pop-up pavilion on Tuesday 17th May 2022
- Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester, Bev Craig, Leader, Manchester City Council & Eamonn Boylan, CEO, GMCA attending and speaking in the main UKREiff programme
- Exhibitors include: Belfast, Birmingham, Blackpool, Bradford, Bristol, Cardiff, Carlisle, Cornwall, Edinburgh, Fife, Glasgow City Council, Hull and the Humber, Liverpool, Midlands Engine, Newcastle, North Yorkshire combined authorities, Staffordshire, Stoke-on-Trent, West Yorkshire, York and multiple London borough’s
- In addition to showcasing investment opportunities to investors and developers UKREiiF’s conference programme will address key themes, including the UK’s net zero target, social value and inclusive growth, the future of real estate and building better communities.
- The programme will be delivered over 14 stages and includes 250 speakers
Eamonn Boylan, Chief Executive of Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA), said: “Greater Manchester will exhibit at UKREiiF to profile the city-region’s investment opportunities to both national and international investors, developers and occupiers.
“We will be sharing a platform with our partners at Liverpool City Region and our joint programme will tackle key themes that are important to both regions, including Levelling Up, the journey to Net Zero, and inclusive growth.”
Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, said: “Despite an incredibly challenging couple of years, Greater Manchester has come out of the pandemic with more ambition and energy than ever before. Our sights are set on a swift recovery that includes everyone.
“UKREiiF marks an important first step for Greater Manchester as it puts itself back out on the national and international stage. We’re a city-region that is open for business, open to innovation, and open to partnership.”