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LEISURE ON THE MENU FOR PROPERTY AND CONSTRUCTION IN NOTTS

MORE than 20 people gathered for a property and construction lunch to talk about sport and leisure developments in the East Midlands.

 

L to R - Lisa Cawdron, Alastair Cunningham

 

The event, hosted by Willmott Dixon’s Lisa Cawdron, account manager, and deputy managing director Nick Gibb, brought together leading public sector organisations and private companies to talk about sport and leisure infrastructure and how the leisure scene across the East Midlands is changing.

Alastair Cunningham, the East Midlands’ Bank of England agent spoke at the event which was held at World Service in Nottingham.

Lisa said: “The event provided great insight into this important area of development. It is an exciting time for the East Midlands with a number of large-scale sporting and leisure projects coming forward over the next couple of years. This event gave us a great opportunity to get public and private sector organisations together to talk about the region’s ambitions and plans and how we can successfully work together to bring them to the fore.”

Those who attended included Brendan Moffett, chief executive at Marketing NG; Jane Kemp, director at Adducere; Tracey Francis, head of growth at England and Wales Cricket Board; Adrian Hill, head of frameworks at Scape Procure; and Guy Brooks, senior project manager at intu; Mike Hall, head of sport at Faulkner Brown Architects.


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