BHEP announces a major breakfast event at the prestigious City Park office complex overlooking Hove Park for businesses to hear how the four main political parties will support and nurture the economy of Brighton & Hove.
Local elections are due to be held in May and the city has started to process the £2bn of property developments, which will have a major impact on the city. What will this mean for Brighton & Hove and what impact will this have on your organisation?
Brighton & Hove Economic Partnership (BHEP) invites you to explore these issues at a breakfast event to be held on Friday 9th March 2007 from 07.45am. to 10.20am at Three City Park, The Droveway, Hove BN3 7QA.
A full English breakfast will be served and will be followed by a presentation by Tony Mernagh, Executive Director, Brighton & Hove Economic Partnership providing an authoritative update on the major development sites and projects in Brighton & Hove showing how they link together and their potential impact on the city.
Attendees will then have the opportunity to question the leaders of the main political groups of Brighton & Hove City council on their future plans and vision for business in city.
This event will provide an authoritative and useful update on major developments in the city and is a unique opportunity to ensure your views, and the voice of the business community, are heard by those who will be making important decisions about the city’s future over the next ten years.
For further details contact Eleanor Mooney at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01273 291 092.
For catering purposes places are only available to those who confirm attendance.
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