Trowers & Hamlins Sponsors GMCC Construction Summit 2015

The blog is delighted to confirm that Trowers & Hamlins is underlining its commitment to the Manchester and North West construction and real estate sectors by sponsoring this year’s Construction Summit to be hosted by the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce at the Point, Old Trafford Cricket Ground on 15 July 2015. A link is attached below which tells you everything you need to know about when where and what.You may be surprised to learn that Trowers have had an office in the city for over 40 years and so the firm is already confident in its identity as part of the “Manchester family”.
The recent move of the 80 strong Mancheste contingent from Heron House into two newly fitted out floors at 55 Princess Street has been a springboard for a drive to raise the firm’s profile and deepen yet further its integration with the Manchester and North West regional markets.

Now is a key time to be reminding people that Trowers has “always been here”: the Greater Manchester Devolution project chimes very closely with the Trowers vision of the Real Economy (the integration and development of commerce, community and culture through the shared dependency on real estate and infrastructure) growing both in quantitative and qualitative terms to generate the productivity which will enhance all our lives and boost the naitonal and global competitiveness of Manchester and the North West.

Trowers also is a market leading law firm in the housing sector, has pre-eminent strength and depth in public procurement experise, advises CITB on construction skills issues and has an impressive global track record on transport project and infrastructure work, covering the key areas of devolution of powers under the Greater Manchester Agreement.

In answer to a question about what he wanted to see from the first 5 years of devolution Sir Richard Leese told the Blog at a recent GMCC Devolution event that he’d love to see a continued decisive downward impact on levels of child poverty. The “Real Economy” is as real as that…

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