Regen 2015: Conference of UK Urban Regeneration, London, Nov. 17-18 2015

After two successful events in Liverpool, London will host Regen 2015, the 3rd Conference and Exhibition for the UK Regeneration Industry on November 17 and 18, 2015 at Emirates Stadium.

Regen 2015 offers an opportunity for new audiences and participants to gather for business, networking and to find out about the latest topics and plans affecting the industry. Whether you exhibit with us to sell your products and services or establish new business contacts, visit to meet new suppliers or partners, or attend the conference to hear about and discuss hot topics in regeneration, Regen 2015 offers something for everyone involved in the industry.

For exhibitors, Regen 2015 will provide sales and business development opportunities whilst offering an outstanding networking platform. Regeneration industry and business leaders from around the UK will attend in London for an opportunity not to be missed.

Exhibitors and delegates from all the following sectors will include:

  • Town and city councils
  • Urban and rural regeneration & development companies
  • Housing associations, suppliers & contractors
  • Construction companies
  • Banks and financial institutions
  • Regeneration investment agencies
  • Economic development & regeneration practitioners
  • Architects, surveyors, town planners & urban design companies
  • Local and central government agencies

After the huge success of the 2014 event, the Conference has already become the industry’s leading forum for thought leadership in UK regeneration and economic development. The Conference will once again address the latest issues in urban regeneration policy and implementation, highlighting the key successes made in major towns and cities, in areas such as city centre redevelopment and the development of the tourist industry.

As regeneration is about people, places, economic growth and investment which can create sustainable and resilient communities, the Conference will examine the challenges that face towns and cities, in terms of economic development and neighbourhood renewal, and will bring delegates together with policy experts, real-life case studies and industry leaders.

Availability at this free-to-attend conference is limited so early booking is highly recommended.

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