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11.04.2015
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Lucy Grundy
Adam Jupp at the Stockport Economic Breakfast hosted by Orbit Developments

Panellists Eamonn Boylan (Stockport Council), Tony Jones (Orbit Developments), Christian Mancier (Gorvins) and Jo Shippen (Hatters Promotions) discussed the future of Stockport at the Stockport Economic Event, held in our flagship building Regent House on 4th November.

Hosted by Adam Jupp of the Manchester Evening News, the panellists were asked a series of questions relating to the ongoing developments in the town centre, Stockport’s position in the ‘Northern Powerhouse’ concept, and the changing perception of the town.

Attendees enjoyed a light breakfast whilst networking with other guests, before sitting down for a presentation from our leasing manager Rhys Owen, and the Q&A session with the panel. Attendees also had the opportunity to ask the panel their own questions.

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