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Regional Development in the Age of Levelling Up

To follow our 4th Northern Powerhouse Conference in February last year, the New Statesman is convening its first Regional Development Conference in Manchester this September, with a day of insight into local growth and the levelling up strategy. At this event leading political and business figures and advocates of regional development will tackle the major issues facing regional growth strategies in a post-Covid Britain.


Key topics

  • How Data and Digital Power Can Drive Regional Development 
  • The Link Between Health and Economic Development 
  • The Future of Regional Transport 
  • The Role of Industry in Sustainable Local Growth 
  • The Future of Levelling Up After Coronavirus 
  • The Skills Gap and Local Development

Speakers include

This event is free to attend

Agenda

9.00am - 9.15pm

Keynote Address and InterviewThe Future of Levelling Up After Coronavirus 

Lord Michael Heseltine, Former Deputy Prime Minister  

10.00am - 10.45am

Panel: Opportunities for Regional Economies in a post-Brexit world  

The UK government has announced a shared prosperity fund to replace the EU finding post-Brexit, which will target the places most in need across the UK including ex-industrial areas, deprived towns and rural and coastal communities. Will this be enough to fund a successful regional development strategy in the context of the pandemic? While ‘levelling up’ is the latest political mantra, it is still unclear how the Shared Prosperity Fund will be implemented across the country. What lessons have we learnt from the UK’s involvement in EU regional policy? How can we use this to shape future sub-national economic development policy? A panel discussion convening voices from policy and business.

9.15am - 10.00am

Panel: How Can Data and Digital Power Regional  Development?

Mayor Jamie Driscoll, Metro Mayor of North of Tyne Combined Authority

What is the role of big data in supporting regional development? How can we use technology and digital infrastructure to drive regional growth and productivity? How do we ensure that regions are fit for the digital age? Could a failure to tackle the digital skills divide worsen regional inequality? A panel discussion and live Q&A convening voices from policy and business. 

09 Sept 2021 | 9:00 - 17:00 BST

Why attend?

The conference is aimed at the who’s who of stakeholder groups associated with regional development & levelling up.  This includes policymakers (national, regional, local), LEP members, representatives of key industries (energy, manufacturing, pharma, technology, transport, utilities..), trade organisations, diplomatic missions, relevant academia and think tanks, media etc.

Manchester

Overview

This year our hugely popular Northern Powerhouse Conference will be broadened out to encompass the national agenda on Levelling Up. Join us again on the 9th September in Manchester, to hear insight from leaders on the most pressing regional development questions. Through panels, live interviews, speeches, and debates, parliamentarians, local government and business leaders will discuss questions including: How can we use technology and digital infrastructure to drive regional growth and productivity? How can business and government work together to ensure local growth that is focussed on net zero? What is the role of devolved government in local growth?

Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Register today to secure your place.

11.15am - 12.00pm

Panel: Regional Transport 

Transport systems outside of London are notoriously lacking compared with those in the capital. But with significant transport investment in the North and other regions planned and underway, how can areas work collaboratively to maximise the development, housing and growth potential of these projects? What infrastructure investment do regions need to support jobs and improve connectivity in a post-Covid-Brexit world?

10.45am - 11.15am

Networking Coffee Break


12.00pm - 12.15pm

Fireside ChatHow Can we Learn from the Golden Triangle and Replicate this Successfully in Other Regions?  

The UK is one of the most centralised and unequal economies in the OECD, with the majority of government and private sector investment traditionally being focused on the golden triangle between Oxford, Cambridge and London. Has the pandemic provided an opportunity to unlock investment opportunities in other regions, especially considering the levelling up strategy? There is plenty of evidence that investment in R&D helps boost local economies. How can government, academia and business work together to incentivise investment in local regions?
With the government talking about "levelling up" post-Covid, what are the roles of policies like Northern Powerhouse and the Midlands Engine? Have these regional development strategies been effective? What is the right way to ensure regional development after the pandemic? A set-piece interview with an "elder statesman" or leading figure of UK local economic development.

1.00pm - 2.00pm

Lunch and Networking

12.15pm - 1.00pm

Panel: The Role of Industry 

in Sustainable Local Growth

Across the globe, leaders are talking about economic recovery, and there is growing consensus on the need for that recovery to be sustainable. Industry is a key stakeholder in this and has much to teach government about backing sustainable business policy. How can business and government work together to ensure local growth that is focussed on net zero? Panel discussion convening voices from industry.

2.00pm - 2.45pm

Symposium: Devolution and Regional Development

What is the role of the devolved nations in addressing regional development? Should more decision making power be left to local leaders? Should Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland each have their own autonomous development organisations to undertake and promote regional economic planning and development within their respective territories?

3.00pm - 3.30pm

Networking Coffee Break


3.30pm - 4.15pm

SymposiumAddressing Geographic Disparities 

Asif Hamid MBE, Chair, Liverpool City Region LEP 

While the UK needs to prioritise regional development, each region faces its own challenges. How do we ensure coastal and rural regions do not get left behind in the levelling up strategy and exacerbate inequalities? What are the specific challenges these localities face? What are the benefits of agglomeration? A symposium of speakers representing different geographic regions. 

4.15pm - 4.30pm

Interview: The Skills Gap and Regional Development 

Toby Perkins MP, Shadow Minister for Apprenticeships and Lifelong Learning

The pandemic has highlighted stark regional inequalities in the UK and these should be addressed as part of our recovery. But to deliver such strategies, we need skilled local communities and workforces with high levels of educational attainment and entrepreneurialism. How can government and industry promote regional skills and innovation?

4.30pm - 5.15pm

Closing Panel: Visions for Regional Development 

Kwasi Kwarteng, MP, Secretary of State for BEIS 

A panel discussion bringing together senior Labour and Tory MPs to discuss their party’s visions for the future of regional development post pandemic and post Brexit. A panel discussion and live Q&A. 

Asif Hamid MBE

Chair

Liverpool City Region LEP 


Speaker Bio

Toby Perkins MP

Shadow Minister for Apprenticeships and Lifelong Learning 


Speaker Bio

2.45pm - 3.00pm

InterviewThe Link Between Health and Economic Development 

Across the UK, there is an established regional inequality in access to healthcare, which contributes to a productivity divide and pandemic has exacerbated these inequalities. In order to address these inequalities, full use needs to be made of regional health assets. How can regional health assets impact regional economic productivity and the levelling up strategy?

Lord Michael Heseltine

Former Deputy Prime Minister  


Speaker Bio

Kwasi Kwarteng MP

Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy


Speaker Bio

Speakers include

Lisa Cameron MP

Chair of the Health APPG


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Asif Hamid MBE

Chair

Liverpool City Region LEP 


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Kwasi Kwarteng MP 

Secretary of State for BEIS


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Lord Michael Heseltine

Former Deputy Prime Minister  


Toby Perkins MP

Shadow Minister for Apprenticeships and Lifelong Learning 


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Agenda

9.00am - 9.20am

Keynote Address and Q&AThe Future of Levelling Up After Coronavirus 

Lord Michael Heseltine, Former Deputy Prime Minister

Anoosh Chakelian (Chair), Britain Editor, New Statesman  

09.45am - 10.30am

Panel: Opportunities for Regional Economies – Public and Private Funding for Growth

Lisa Nandy MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs

Henri Murison, Director of the Northern Powerhouse Partnership

Jim Hubbard, Head of Regional Policy at the CBI

David Oldfield, CEO, Commercial Banking at Lloyds Bank

Anoosh Chakelian (Chair), Britain Editor, New Statesman

The UK government has announced a shared prosperity fund to replace EU funding post-Brexit, which will target the places most in need across the UK, including ex-industrial areas, deprived towns and rural and coastal communities. Will this be enough to fund a successful regional development strategy in the context of the pandemic? While ‘levelling up’ is the latest political mantra, it is still unclear how the Shared Prosperity Fund will be implemented across the country. What lessons have we learnt from the UK’s involvement in EU regional policy? How can we use this to shape future sub-national economic development policy? 

9.20am - 09.45am

Fireside Chat: How Can Data and Digital Power Regional  Development?

Tom Forth, Head of Data, ODI Leeds

Baroness Verma, Member of the Digital Skills APPG

Jon Bernstein (Chair), Former Deputy Editor, New Statesman

What is the role of big data in supporting regional development? How can we use technology and digital infrastructure to drive regional growth and productivity? How do we ensure that regions are fit for the digital age? Could a failure to tackle the digital skills divide worsen regional inequality? 

10.45am - 11.30am

Panel: Regional Transport 

Kerry McCarthy MP, Shadow Minister for Green Transport

Ben Smith, Co-Director of Regions, Cities and Devolution, Department for Transport

Graham Stringer MP, Chair of City Regional Transport APPG

Martin Tugwell, CEO of Transport for the North

Laura Shoaf, Interim Chief Executive of West Midlands Combined Authority

Jon Bernstein (Chair), Former Deputy Editor, New Statesman

Transport systems outside of London are notoriously lacking compared to those in the capital. But with significant transport investment in the North and other regions planned and underway, how can areas work collaboratively to maximise the development, housing and growth potential of these projects? What infrastructure investment do regions need to support jobs and improve connectivity in a post-Covid, post-Brexit world?


10.30am - 10.45am

Networking Coffee Break


11.30am-12.00pm

Fireside ChatHow Can We Learn from the Golden Triangle and Replicate This Successfully in Other Regions?  

Dr Séamus O'Neill, Chief Executive Officer at the Northern Health Science Alliance

Lord Bethell, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Innovation

Anoosh Chakelian (Chair), Britain Editor, New Statesman

The UK is one of the most centralised and unequal economies in the OECD, with the majority of government and private sector investment traditionally being focused on the golden triangle between Oxford, Cambridge and London. Has the pandemic provided an opportunity to unlock investment opportunities in other regions, especially considering the levelling up strategy? There is plenty of evidence that investment in R&D helps boost local economies. How can government, academia and industry work together to incentivise investment in local regions? With the government talking about 'levelling up' post-Covid, what are the roles of policies like the Northern Powerhouse and the Midlands Engine? Have these regional development strategies been effective? What is the right way to ensure regional development after the pandemic? 

12.45pm-1.45pm

Lunch and Networking

12.00pm - 12.45pm

Panel: The Role of Industry in Sustainable Local Growth

Gillian Keegan MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Apprenticeships and Skills

Dr Alan Whitehead MP, Shadow Minister for Green New Deal and Energy

Senior representative, Northern Powerhouse Partnership

Samir Jeraj (Chair), Special Projects Writer, New Statesman

Across the globe, leaders are talking about economic recovery, and there is growing consensus on the need for that recovery to be sustainable. Industry is a key stakeholder in this and has much to teach government about backing sustainable business policy.  Howcan businesses collaborate in order to implement sustainable social impact strategies while also boosting regional education and economic development? 

Panel: The Role of Industry in 

Sustainable Local Growth

Across the globe, leaders are talking about economic recovery, and there is growing consensus on the need for that recovery to be sustainable. Industry is a key stakeholder in this and has much to teach government about backing sustainable business policy.  How can business and government work together to ensure local growth that is focussed on net zero? 

1.45pm-2.30pm

Panel: Devolution and Regional Development

Ian Murray MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland

Simon Hart MP, Secretary of State for Wales

Steve Reed MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government

Chloe Smith MP, Minister of State for the Constitution and Devolution

Jon Bernstein (Chair), Former Deputy Editor, New Statesman

What is the role of the devolved nations in addressing regional development? Should more decision making power be left to local leaders? Should Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland each have their own autonomous development organisations to undertake and promote regional economic planning and development within their respective territories?

3.00pm - 3.15pm

Networking Coffee Break


3.15pm - 4.00pm

PanelAddressing Geographic Disparities 

Asif Hamid MBE, Chair of Liverpool City Region LEP 

Cllr Rosemarie Harris, Leader of Powys County Council and joint WLGA Rural Affairs Spokesperson

Dr Nik Johnson, Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

Brendan Clarke-Smith MP, Member of the Housing, Communities and Local Government Select Committee

Samir Jeraj (Chair), Special Projects Writer, New Statesman

While the UK needs to prioritise regional development, each region faces its own challenges. How do we ensure coastal and rural regions do not get left behind in the levelling up strategy and exacerbate inequalities? What are the specific challenges these localities face? What are the benefits of agglomeration?  

4.00pm - 4.30pm

Panel: The Skills Gap and Regional Development 

Toby Perkins MP, Shadow Minister for Apprenticeships and Lifelong Learning

Sarah Olney MP, Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Business, Trade and Transport

Glenn BemmentHead of ESG: Sustainability and Regionalisation, SME & Mid Corporate Banking, Lloyds Bank 

Jon Bernstein (Chair), Former Deputy Editor, New Statesman

The pandemic has highlighted stark regional inequalities in the UK and these should be addressed as part of our recovery. But to deliver such strategies, we need skilled local communities and workforces with high levels of educational attainment and entrepreneurialism. How can government and industry promote regional skills and innovation?

4.30pm - 5.15pm

Closing Panel: Visions for Regional Development 

Kwasi Kwarteng MP, Secretary of State for BEIS 

Nia Griffith MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Wales

Michael Eakins, Chief Investment Officer, Phoenix Group

Ann Francke, Chief Executive, Chartered Management Institute

Samir Jeraj (Chair), Special Projects Writer, New Statesman

A panel discussion bringing together senior Labour and Tory MPs to discuss their party’s visions for the future of regional development post pandemic and post Brexit. 

2.30pm - 3.00pm

PanelThe Link Between Health and Economic Development 

Dr Lisa Cameron MP, Chair of the Health APPG

Debbie Abrahams MP, Chair of the Health in all Policies APPG

Professor Graham Lord, Vice-President and Dean of the Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health, University of Manchester

Samir Jeraj (Chair), Special Projects Writer, New Statesman

Across the UK, there is an established regional inequality in access to healthcare, which contributes to a productivity divide, and the pandemic has exacerbated these inequalities. In order to address these inequalities, full use needs to be made of regional health assets. How can regional health assets impact regional economic productivity and the levelling up strategy?

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  • Rigorous hygiene and sanitisation regimes are employed, and the venue is ISO accredited. 

  • Staff will wear face masks and we encourage delegates to do the same. Masks will be available at the registration desk upon arrival. 

  • Hand sanitisers will be positioned around the venue and available at each table. 

  • 24-hour supply of non-recirculating fresh air is brought into the venue to ensure adequate ventilation. 

 Onsite registration and our COVID- 19 procedures to promote guest safety:  

 You will be able to register between 08:15 at 09:00 am on 9 September 2021. This will take place in the Panorama Lounge at etc.Venues Manchester.. 

On arrival, please check into the event by scanning the NHS QR code at the entrance of the venue. You can use the NHS COVID-19 app to do this.  

In order to guarantee the safest environment for all attendees, we ask that you show proof of either being fully vaccinated or that you hold a negative lateral flow test result from a test taken 36 hours prior to the event. We ask that you show your COVID Pass when entering the event. 
 

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We will check your temperature as part of the registration process. Please note that if you do have an elevated temperature (37.8C or above), you will be asked to leave the venue. If you have any other COVID related symptoms, we ask that you refrain from attending the event. 

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When registering, you will be given your name badge and a choice of lanyard. We will be following a colour code system, where red signifies that you are not comfortable with shaking hands; yellow suggests that you are happy to elbow tap and green shows that you are open to shaking hands. 

If you are not able to attend, and will be sending someone else in your place, please let us know by emailing Kelsey Wills at kelsey.wills@ns-mediagroup.com 

Tom Forth

Head of Data

ODI Leeds


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Tom Forth

Head of Data, ODI Leeds


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Anoosh Chakelian

Britain Editor

New Statesman


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Anoosh Chakelian

Britain Editor

New Statesman


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Dr Lisa Cameron MP

Chair of Health APPG


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Shadow Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs 


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Registration and Breakfast


Lisa Nandy MP

Shadow Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs 


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Director

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Chair of Health in all Policies APPG


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Chair of City Regional Transport APPG


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Director

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Chair of Health in all Policies APPG


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Shadow Minister for Green New Deal and Energy


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Shadow Minister for Green Transport


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Shadow Minister for Green Transport


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Chief Executive Officer

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Chief Executive Officer

Northern Health Science Alliance


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Industrialist, Chair of the Digital Catapult and former Chief Executive of Siemens UK


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Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland


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Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland


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Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Business, Trade and Transport


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Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Innovation


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Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Innovation


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Secretary of State for Wales


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Vice-President and Dean of the Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health 


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Secretary of State for Wales


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Professor Graham Lord

Vice-President and Dean of the Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health 


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Dr Nik Johnson

Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough


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Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough


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Member of the Housing, Communities and Local Government Select Committee


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Interim Chief Executive

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West Midlands Combined Authority


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Jon Bernstein

Former Deputy Editor

New Statesman


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Former Deputy Editor

New Statesman


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Gillian Keegan MP

Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Apprenticeships and Skills


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Gillian Keegan MP

Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Apprenticeships and Skills


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Steve Reed MP

Shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government


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Steve Reed MP

Shadow Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government


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Chloe Smith MP

Minister of State for the Constitution and Devolution


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Chloe Smith MP

Minister of State for the Constitution and Devolution


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Martin Tugwell

CEO

Transport for the North


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Transport for the North


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Baroness Verma

Member of the Digital Skills APPG


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Baroness Verma

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Glenn Bemment

Head of ESG: Sustainability and Regionalisation, SME & Mid Corporate Banking

 Lloyds Bank 


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Glenn Bemment

Head of ESG: Sustainability and Regionalisation, SME & Mid Corporate Banking

 Lloyds Bank 


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Ann Francke

Chief Executive

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Samir Jeraj

Special Projects Writer

New Statesman


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Chief Executive

Chartered Management Institute


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Samir Jeraj

Special Projects Writer

New Statesman


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Co-Director of Regions, Cities and Devolution

Department for Transport


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Jamie Reed

Head of Corporate Affairs

Sellafield


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Co-Director of Regions, Cities and Devolution

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Shadow Secretary of State for Wales


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