Marsh Barton Forum looks at the future for Marsh Barton and Exeter Garden City

Start date: 04 / 03 / 2020
End date: 04 / 03 / 2020
Time: 7:45 - 10am
Venue: Nettl of Exeter
Event speakers: Cllr Phil Bialyk, leader of Exeter City Council Richard Marsh, project director for Liveable City for Exeter City Council

Event Description

Join us for breakfast on 4 March to learn more about Exeter City’s Council’s vision for Marsh Barton which includes over 5,000 homes under the Liveable Exeter scheme.

Held at Nettl’s showroom, guests will hear from Cllr Phil Bialyk, leader of Exeter City Council and Richard Marsh, project director for Liveable Exeter.  Guests will also hear from Helen Scholes, marketing manager of Co Cars and Bikes, who are soon to extend their fleet onto the estate.

Attendees will have the opportunity to network with other businesses based on the estate over coffee and breakfast sandwiches.  The event will be hosted by Marsh Barton Forum chair and Chamber board member Paul Nero, managing director of Radio Exe.

The Marsh Barton Forum is a sub-group of Exeter Chamber focused on the estate's economic, financial and environmental issues.  The group supports business on the estate and its events are open to all Chamber members based on, or with an interest in, the Marsh Barton Trading Estate.

If you have any dietary requirements please email them to jennifer@exeterchamber.co.uk no later than Monday 2nd March 2020.

 

Why not consider a more sustainable mode of transport to the event? There are many options in the city to get you to Marsh Barton. Grab a Co Bike and cycle down, hire a Co-Car and pick someone else up on the way or take the Green Park & Ride which stops close to Nettl.