Team Lincolnshire is making its final preparations to fly the Lincolnshire flag at MIPIM, the world’s largest property expo, next month (March 12-15).
The team, which includes more than 20 sponsors from across Greater Lincolnshire’s property and construction industry, met this week to plan how it will showcase the area on the global stage and highlight a number of key development sites and opportunities.
Driven by the Greater Lincolnshire LEP and Team Lincolnshire, Lincolnshire has established a recognisable presence at MIPIM and will be reconnecting with investors and developers from across the UK and further afield.
During this year’s MIPIM, Team Lincolnshire will be focusing on promoting investment opportunities in three Food Enterprise Zones, major infrastructure projects as well as strategic employment sites and significant housing schemes.
Representing Team Lincolnshire will be:
- Bond Bryan
- Cartwright Communications
- Core Architects
- Couch Perry Wilkes
- Delta Simons
- Dynamic Lincoln
- Fraser Brown
- Globe Consultants
- Invest Gainsborough
- Invest SK
- Jackson & Jackson
- Longhurst Group
- Pygott & Crone
- Stirlin Developments Ltd
- Willmott Dixon
Lincolnshire will once again be part of the Midlands UK Pavilion – a marquee which brings together regions from the East and West Midlands – at the property expo, which will not only promote the wider region as a thriving part of the UK economy, but will also put the spotlight on individual regions through its busy programme of business events during the week.
Greater Lincolnshire LEP director, Ruth Carver said: “Over the last few years, the private-public sector line-up at Team Lincolnshire has worked hard to build Lincolnshire’s profile at MIPIM and really showcase what we have to offer.
“There is a real wealth of development opportunities for investors across Greater Lincolnshire at the moment – the economy is growing, and there are major infrastructure schemes being delivered that unlock investment in housing and new employment sites. MIPIM is a great chance for us to promote Lincolnshire and the Midlands on the world stage.”