Building on Success: Manchester returning to LREF in 2024

Manchester is delighted to be attending the London Real Estate Forum (LREF) in 2024 to present its transformative projects and placemaking innovations. The forum will allow the Manchester Invest Partnership to discuss how the region plans to build on its success of previous decades to create a more inclusive, greener and prosperous future.

The theme for this year’s Forum is Reimagine; a theme that resonates with Greater Manchester’s local leadership, private sector partners and residents across the region. With increased devolved powers and a shared strategic vision for the future, Greater Manchester is reimagining what it means to be a global city-region and creating a future based on innovation, sustainability, culture and creating opportunities for all residents.

Over the past two decades, Manchester has seen unprecedented growth. Greater Manchester now has a diverse and thriving economy, is a leading destination for FDI, a hub for culture and a regular feature in global tourism must-visit lists including being named 12th in the New York Times’ 52 Places to Go in 2024. Now, the region is ready to build on that success.

Unlike other European cities, Greater Manchester still has the capacity to grow at pace. With a real buzz around the city, strategically aligned local leadership and transformative developments already underway, now is the time for Greater Manchester to accelerate its growth journey. As a pivotal event in the real estate sector’s calendar, the London Real Estate Forum provides a perfect platform to make this happen.

At LREF, Manchester will showcase its vision for the future and demonstrate how our region is already working towards solutions to global challenges.

Victoria Braddock, Managing Director of Marketing Manchester the agency leading Manchester’s presence at LREF said “We’re delighted to be returning to the London Real Estate Forum in 2024 to present our region’s strong and cohesive vision for the future. LREF provides unrivalled networking opportunities with other leading cities and private sector partners, it’s also a great opportunity for our partners to raise the profile of their transformative projects that will change the face of our region for decades to come.

“In Greater Manchester, we’re setting the blueprint for what a modern global city should be. With a vision centred around equality, sustainability, and innovation, we’re creating opportunities across the region. We hope that by taking a strong delegation to LREF, our region’s partners can spark conversations and relationships that will accelerate our next chapter of growth.”