ArchitEx brings the architecture community together

Liverpool’s annual ArchitEx is being held on December 1st and 2nd December 2015 at St George’s Hall. With a program of 25 speakers and a large exhibition space, ArchitEx is the place for architects and those interested in architecture and buildings to discuss and debate issues with some of the leading experts in the field.

The exhibition space features architects, property developers, industry suppliers, planners and engineers. It is the place where significant sales and business opportunities are created. It is also an opportunity to see the latest developments and innovations in the building design industry.

It is expected that the event will attract 1,500 architecture professionals. On the first evening, there is a drinks reception which is the ideal event to network with hundreds of members of the architecture community.

The conference is a free two day event which is known as the leading annual forum for the architecture and building industry. The speakers and subjects addressed offer a variety of views on the latest topics that affect building, planning and architecture.

Speakers include David Hughes, Head of Planning at Liverpool City Council. Other notable speakers are, Chris Blythe, Chief Executive of the Chartered Institute of Building, Mike Quinton, Chief Executive of the National House Building Council, and Gary Meese, President of the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists.

Amongst the subjects the speakers will discuss are:

• Planning, designing and building Liverpool’s future
• Designing the Northern Powerhouse
• Creating outstanding places for people
• Raising the standards of new homes
• Investing in the future of architecture
• Relishing the opportunity to express uniqueness in good urban design
• Planning4People – putting people back at the heart of the planning system

To attend both the exhibition and conference is free of charge. To find out more about ArchitEX and to register for the event, visit the event site.

Posted by Matt Hughes
November 30, 2015

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