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Election 2015: Building a Better Britain - The Bristol Debate
The 2015 General Election is set to be close with wide-ranging challenges for the next government.
Construction, housing, infrastructure, planning are key areas that can help the economy grow, and make places and spaces better for living, working, playing, and doing business.
Connecting people and business relies on good infrastructure; people need good quallity and affordable housing; businesses need high quality and sustainable developments; construction projects account for over 6% of GDP.
What will the next government do to support and grow the construction industry?
Hosted by David Garnston of BBC Points West, we have asked candidates from the main parties to debate the issues at this Election Debate targeted at issues around construction, housing, infrastructure and planning.
Stephen Williams MP/parliamentary candidate, LibDem (Bristol West)
Charlotte Leslie MP/parliamentary candidate, Conservative (Bristol North West)
Darren Jones, parliamentary candidate, Labour (Bristol North West)
Darren Hall, parliamentary candidate, Green (Bristol West)
Michael Frost, parliamentary candidate, UKIP (Bristol North West)
This FREE breakfast event commences with tea/coffee and breakfast rolls and networking, followed by the debate and questions from the floor. Join us at this high profile event, place your question in advance or on the day, and enjoy an invaluable networking opportunity.
Building a Better Britain: The Bristol Debate is brought to you by RIBA, ICE, RICS and RTPI
Image: Officers Field, Portland, by HTA Design LLP
Photographer Jonathan Gooding
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RIBA South West
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