Chapman Taylor at 'Infrastructure 2020'

Trinity shopping centre Leeds (Chapman Taylor)

We are delighted that Tim Partington, Main Board Director UK at Chapman Taylor, will be speaking at our 'Infrastructure 2020' forum this month in London.

Tim has been at Chapman Taylor since 1986 and joined the LLP Main Board in 2006. As an owner he takes an active role in shaping the strategic direction and growth of the business alongside the other members of the Main Board.

He was responsible for establishing Chapman Taylor's Manchester studio in 2000 and continues to manage this part of the business together with the UK practice's design management, resource planning and BIM/CAD strategy.

Recognised for his design management expertise, he has an established track-record in the design and delivery of complex mixed-use developments in the UK and internationally.

Tim will be joining our second panel discussion of the morning with TfL's Head of City Planning Alex Williams, Cambridgeshire County Council's and Peterborough City Council's Executive Director Place & Economy Steve Cox and Herbert Smith Freehills' Lead Partner for Planning in the Real Estate Division, Matthew White.

This panel will examine the regeneration of town and city centres, where improved transport infrastructure acts as a catalyst for residential, retail and office development. There are approximately 1,000 town and city centres across the UK, and many of these require fresh funding and planning approaches to sustain a healthy mix of services and activities.

The panel will also discuss outer London boroughs as well as the plans for Peterborough and Bolton and will also act as a briefing for our event workshops on mixed-use regeneration.

Chapman Taylor has worked on the successful town centre redevelopment and regenerated retail destinations at Oxford's Westgate Centre, Trinity Leeds, Princesshay Exeter, and Southgate Bath.

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