Over the next decade, challenges around public funding and a shift in live/work priorities will create an increasing need for public-private collaboration as we seek to rebuild and regenerate our towns and cities in a post-Covid and post-Brexit climate.
As the culmination of its series of roundtable events, Shoosmiths and Insider gathered stakeholders from Yorkshire, the North West, the Midlands, the South East and from Northern Ireland to discuss how these collaborations could evolve and paint the national picture from a local perspective.
Our national panel comprised:
- Stephen Kirkpatrick, finance director of Corbo Properties and chair of Northern Ireland Investment Fund Scrutiny Board
- Ronan O'Hara, strategic adviser, Strategic Investment Board
- Tom Renn, managing director, Bruntwood Sci Tech
- Caroline Simpson, corporate director for place management & regeneration, Stockport Council
- Lisa Tye, partner, Shoosmiths
- Pete Gladwell, head of public sector partnerships, L&G
- Tim Heatley, co-founder, Capital & Centric
- Stephen Taylor, director of strategy & operations, Birmingham Health Innovation Campus
- Haydn Cooper, chief executive, Calthorpe Estates
- David Perry, partner Shoosmiths
- Oliver Maury, partner, Montagu Evans
- Natascha McIntyre Hall, assistant director of regeneration, Portsmouth City Council
Click here to read what they had to say.
Details of each of the preceding regional roundtables on the same topic can be accessed here.