Revamp. Revitalise. Regenerate.

Reinvigorating towns and cities - unlocking development and maximising funding streams with private sector. 

As more public sector investment is made in retail real estate, the role of local authorities is evolving as critical contributors to the creation and investment in places that support communities to thrive and prosper. Revo Liverpool 2019 will bring together public and private sector experts, helping to forge long-term and mutually beneficial partnerships, energising towns, cities and urban areas.

 
Local Authority attendees are supported at Revo Liverpool 2019 through:

  • Discounted public sector rate of £175.

  • A dedicated Local Authority meeting and exhibition hub where the public sector can take advantage of simple, free of charge, branded meeting space opportunities (limited availability) - FULLY BOOKED!

  • An opportunity to "pitch" to this influential audience, outlining pipeline local regeneration projects actively seeking development partners.

  • Access to the online connections tool facilitating the pre-arrangement of meetings via the Revo app.


Contact stacey@revocommunity.org for further information.

 

Don't forget to check our panel: How can we fix our struggling and ‘broken’ town centres. Local Authority Research Launch.


Be the first to hear the results from the joint Lambert Smith Hampton and Revo research on potential solutions for “fixing” our town centres.

Presentation and panel discussion followed by networking event.

MATCH drinks warmly sponsored by Ellandi. Find out more about MATCH here.

Date: Wednesday 18 September
Time: 15:45 - 16:45

For the full Revo Liverpool 2019 programme, please see here

 

Local authorities / BIDs attending Revo Liverpool 2019:

  • Armagh City  Banbridge & Craigavon Borough Council
  • Ashford Borough Council
  • Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Blackpool Council
  • Bolton Council
  • Business Doncaster
  • City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council
  • Coventry City Council
  • Darlington Borough Council
  • Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Great Yarmouth Borough Council
  • Liverpool City Region Combined Authority
  • London Borough of Waltham Forest
  • Middlesbrough Council
  • Newry BID
  • Oldham Council
  • Preston City Council
  • Royal Tunbridge Wells Together
  • Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Sheffield City Council
  • Winchester City Council
  • Worcester City Council
  • Wychavon District Council

 

For more on how we are supporting local authorities, please see here.