"We are extremely fortunate to have secured Tom as our speaker as he is someone who has been at the heart of the regeneration of our city since day one."
Michael Jayson, Managing Partner, Crowe,Manchester
National audit, tax, advisory and risk firm Crowe has announced Tom Bloxham MBE, chairman and founder of award-winning regeneration company Urban Splash as the keynote speaker at its National Property and Construction Roadshow 2019 event in Manchester.
Tom Bloxham will be sharing his thoughts on the regeneration of Manchester, modular housing and the growth of the private rented sector.
Acknowledged as one of the main driving forces behind the regeneration of Manchester in the past two decades, Tom Bloxham, along with Jonathan Falkingham MBE, founded Urban Splash in 1993.
Since then, Urban Splash has developed over a billion pounds of regeneration projects across the country, winning nearly 400 awards to date for architecture, design and business success.
With the recent investment of £22 million by Sekisui House and Homes England’s provision of debt finance in Urban Splash House Holdings, the modular home builder, it is clear the sector is constantly evolving.
A year on after Crowe’s annual Property and Construction Report, delegates will hear from specialists in the sector who will reflect on the predicted outlook as well as explain the impact of recent tax legislation and the latest and upcoming VAT changes that could benefit businesses in the sector.Michael Jayson, Managing Partner of Crowe’s Manchester office, said: “We are extremely fortunate to have secured Tom as our speaker as he is someone who has been at the heart of the regeneration of our city since day one.
“As well as hearing his thoughts on the current property and construction sector, we will be debating industry hot topics as well as upcoming changes will that impact the market.
“The seminar will be of tremendous value to property owners, directors of property companies and advisors to property businesses.”
The event on Tuesday 25 June at Crowe’s Manchester office runs from 08:30 to 10:00 and is free to attend. To register please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0161 214 7500.