HS2 East promoting the wider economic benefits of the Eastern leg

13th October 2016

You are invited to join City Chambers and Leaders along the Eastern Leg to discuss plans for maximising the economic benefits of HS2 and increasing connectivity within the regions to ensure benefits can be felt beyond the urban centres.

Come and hear from a panel of key speakers who will talk about the HS2 East benefits for business. What does this mean for your business and your region? Key Speakers: Lilian Greenwood, Nottingham South Labour MP (invited) Cllr Nick Forbes, Leader Newcastle City Council and Transport lead for the North East Combined Authority Councillor Russell Imrie, Chair of SEStran, Midlothian Council, Scotland Chris Hobson, Director of Policy and External Affairs, East Midlands Chamber HS2 Speaker tbc Venue: Turner & Townsend One New Change EC4M 9AF Free to attend event RSVP: Sioban Campbell (sioban.campbell@turntown.com) by Thursday 20th October 2016

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