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November/December 2019

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  • Lancashire hotspots: Lancaster and Morecambe

    The game-changing Eden Project continues to make headlines in the North of the county with businesses now being urged to get on board. Once completed in 2023 it is expected to attract a minimum of 750,000 visitors a year to the area.

    But it’s not the only game-changer in town. In this issue we’ll be looking at the growing regeneration work that’s taking place, including the transformation of Morecambe’s West End. We also want to hear the success stories from the businesses playing their part in the area’s future prosperity.

  • Sector focus: Logistics

    Logistics is a hot sector. We’ll be asking if Lancashire is capitalising on the opportunities it presents, how it is looking to overcome land supply issues and its efforts to compete with large scale developments across the county borders.

    We’ll also examine the continuing rise of e-commerce and how automation is changing the workplace. And we’ll have the latest updates on the future of the Cuerden strategic site and its potential impact on the sector.

  • Report: Property

    Our regular look at the county’s property sector will once again highlight key projects and developments across Lancashire.

    We’ll also be looking at the appetite for investment in the county and asking the developers and the investors to give us their view of the market – the hotspots and the projects and schemes they are looking to put their money into.

  • Insight series: Doing the deal

    This is the latest in Lancashire Business View’s Insight series – debates which aim to get to the heart of the issues that really matter to businesses in the county.

    We’re bring together business leaders and owners alongside top professionals in an interactive session designed to enhance knowledge and build confidence when it comes to buying and selling businesses. And we’ll look at the world of Private Equity and its role in Lancashire dealmaking.

  • Bring Back a Billion!
    Our rallying call to ‘Buy it in Lancashire and Bring Back a Billion!’ is already making a positive impact on the county’s economy. Companies are rising to the challenge of our campaign to increase Lancashire’s GDP by £1bn and it is making a real difference. We want to hear your stories of how you are working to ensure more money stays in the county and how you are increasing your local spending.

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