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Event puts spotlight on Bouncing Back in Gloucestershire

The construction projects helping to shape Gloucestershire's future will be in the spotlight during an online event today sponsored by Punchline.

The Business Bounce Back: Gloucestershire event, part of a series organised by the Royal Institute of British Architects on People, Place and Planet, will look at prosperity on the road to recovery after the pandemic.

As well as highlighting some of the largest construction projects in the country, the event (4.30-6.30pm) will explore the role of local authorities and in economic growth and how they are adopting a development role.

Among the talks will a look at The Forum digital hub in Gloucester with Esther Croft and Sam Potter from developers Reef, Cheltenham Cyber Park and Driving Up Design in Gloucester with Councillor Andrew Gravells.

The event is sponsored by Punchline-Gloucester.com, and the RIBA Local Initiative Fund in partnership with Constructing Excellence Gloucestershire, RTPI Gloucestershire and RICS Gloucestershire.

Tickets, priced £6 or free for RIBA and Constructing Excellence members and local authority employees, are available here.

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