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David O’Reilly joins exclusive panel to discuss “What’s next for Lancashire”

June 2017

Our North West land and planning director, David O’Reilly, joins an exclusive panel in Preston today at the North West Insider Lancashire Business Conference.

He joins a panel to discuss “20/20 vision – what’s next for Lancashire”, as the region enjoys unprecedented economic growth which is set to develop more substantial investment opportunities over the next five years.

Lancashire is one of the largest economies in the Northern Powerhouse with nearly 50,000 businesses generating nearly £28 billion per year. The conference will be an opportunity to hear from some of the county’s most successful business leaders and influencers.

The conference will look at how the Lancashire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) is playing a leading role in making the county the place to invest and do business.

David and the panel, will look at what the future will look like for Lancashire as these projects start to kick-in and the county continues to push ahead with its ambitious plans for more private and public sector investment.

David will join a panel of North West specialists including The Rigby Organisation, law firm Slater and Gordon, Eric Wright and the Frank Whittle Partnership.