Conservative Party Conference 2019, MANCHESTER CENTRAL

Date
Sunday, 29th September 2019
Time
September 29 to Oct 02 2019

Conservative Party Conference - 2019

 As always there will be a Conservative Transport Group Conference Newsletter and a chance to meet your Committee at the Sir Ralph Abercromby pub, 35 Bootle Street, Manchester. M2 5GU (just the next road across from Peter Street going away from the Conference centre down any side road opposite the Raddisson Blu) on Monday Sep 30 at 3pm

 

Transport Fringe Meetings - 2019

https://conservativepartyconference.com/searchfringeevents

As always there are many transport fringes - see below for some suggestions

Sunday Sep 29 - 9 transport fringes - look at full list in link - see below for suggested events

17.30 CONSERVATIVEHOME IN PARTNERSHIP WITH CIOB, RIBA, RICS AND RTPI

Manchester Central : ConservativeHome Marquee

Economic Growth; How critical is it to deliver the Northern Powerhouse?

19.30 MARITIME UK

Midland Hotel : Derby Suite

The Maritime Reception

Monday Sep 30 - 17 transport fringes - look at full list in link - see below for suggested events

10.00 CONSERVATIVE FRIENDS OF CYCLING

Genting Casino, 110 Portland Street, Manchester M1 4RL : Balcony Room

Conservatives: Champions of Cycling

12.30 MIDLANDS CONNECT, CORE CITIES, UK2070

Bridgewater Hall : Barbaroli Room

#HS2alltheway

18.00 GREATER MANCHESTER TRANSPORT COMMITTEE

Midland Hotel : Rolls Suite

Greater Manchester Transport Committee reception

Our Network: An integrated city regional transport network with world class connections

18.00 IPPR NORTH & WEST YORKSHIRE COMBINED AUTHORITY

Manchester Central : Exchange 7

The Transport Infrastructure Revolution: Why We Need It and How We Can Get It

Panel Discussion

Tuesday - Oct 01 - 17 transport fringeslook at full list in link - see below for suggested events

12.30 MIDLANDS CONNECT

Friends Meeting House : F11

Where we’re going; do we need roads?

12.45 URBAN TRANSPORT GROUP

Manchester Central : Exchange 10

Big cities, big challenges - what should the transport priorities be?

18.00 DEVOCONNECT

Midland Hotel : Victoria Suite

The Big Transport Debate: connecting a divided country

We'll debate what the future holds for our transport priorities. Can an inclusive but growing economy ensure everybody is along for the ride?