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Learning lessons: Thirty years on, what can the story of East London teach us about encouraging trade and regeneration in our communities? with London City Aiport

Start:
Sep 25, 2017
End:
Sep 25, 2017
Venue:
Friends’ Meeting House, Ship Street
Brighton, BN1 1AF United Kingdom

Learning lessons: Thirty years on, what can the story of East London teach us about encouraging trade and regeneration in our communities?
12.45am, Monday 25 September 2017
Friends Meeting House, Ship Street, BN1 1AF

Speakers:

Wes Streeting MP Ilford North
Sir Robin Wales Mayor, London borough of Newham
Denise Hyland Leader, London borough of Greenwich
Liam McKay London City Airport
Chair: Rosamund Urwin Senior feature writer, Evening Standard

This event will look at the success of the east London economy over the last 30 years and will debate the impact of the vital transport networks like City Airport has had on its growth, what lessons can be learned from the regeneration and what support the area requires to continue to thrive, including infrastructure, education or skills, in the years ahead. 

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