Webinar: how the public view investment in places and the role of local government


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Webinar

Thursday 01 July 2021

11 am - 12 pm

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We invite you to join us during the live Q&A webinar on Thursday 1 July at 11 am.

Our panel will discuss public attitudes to investment in places and explore whether the public are playing an active role in shaping the future of places and what role local government plays in creating stronger communities and sustainable economies. 

The role of local and national government is vital in delivering investment in places and infrastructure. During this webinar we will explore: 

  • The government's levelling-up agenda and the public's awareness of existing investment in towns and cities.
  • The funding landscape and the relationship between national and local government.
  • Reputation and managing public expectations when delivering development and regeneration projects. 

Chris Plumley, Partner in Trower's public sector group will be joined by Fiona Woolston and Tom Morrison from infrastructure and development communications and engagement specialist, Copper Consultancy.They will share their experiences and answer your questions on this topical issue.

There is an opportunity to submit questions to the panel on the registration page. Please note, the register button will take you to an external Zoom page. This session will be recorded. To see the full details of how this data is managed, please see our fair processing notice.

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