Bathroom conference comes to Cheshire

Published:  03 June, 2009

CARDEN PARK: One of the most significant dates in the bathroom industry calendar has been confirmed and arrangements are now well advanced for …

the Bathroom Conference. It takes place on 20 October at the Carden Park Hotel in Cheshire. 

A busy programme is planned for the day-long conference which has as its central theme – The Home, Looking Forward, Forward Looking.

Among the many topics delegates will be guided through will be the changes in regulations and government strategy for the future of water in the UK."

Those making keynote presentations at the conference include Neil Ashbridge from the Bank of England and Wayne Hemingway MBE on Lifetime Homes, Built for People, Not Built for Builders.

Alison Wright, a leading designer in aspects of social housing, will talk about how design is influencing householders' choice.

Stuart Cross of Morgan Cross Consulting, will speak about finding new ways to drive substantial, profitable growth.

A trade exhibition will also be featured, providing delegates with an opportunity discuss products and services.

The conference will conclude with a Gala Dinner.

This year, for the first time, the BMA is sponsoring a Bathroom Industry Awards ceremony which aims to celebrate those who have contributed most to the success of the industry in the last 12 months.

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