Friday, 17 May 2013 at 1:30PM
St Edmundsbury BC Offices, West Suffolk House, Western Way, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 3YU
£35+VAT RTPI Members, £40+VAT non-Members
A free lunch is available for RTPI Members wishing to attend the AGM at 12.30pm
programme of speakers
emailable booking form
The East of England has many important market towns, some of
which are struggling to survive.
This afternoon event will:
- Discuss what investments need to be made to maintain and
improve attractiveness of town centres
- Highlight the work that is currently being undertaken in parts
of the region
- Discuss the work of Action for Market Towns
- Speakers and delegates will be encouraged to participate in a
short debate at the end of the afternoon.
Our thanks to St Edmundsbury Borough Council for hosting this
Our AGM is taking place at the same venue at 12.45pm. A free
sandwich lunch is available at 12.30pm for RTPI Members wishing to
attend the AGM. Booking is required.
This event will finish in time for delegates to have a walk
around Bury St Edmunds' town centre to find out why it is
quoted on the official tourism web site as being: "a unique
and dazzling historic gem".
If you are able to stay for the evening, a tour has been
organised around the historic Greene King Brewery. But hurry,
places are limited!