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Urban Splash chairman in CN Summit Twitter Q&A

Urban Splash chairman and CN Summit speaker Tom Bloxham will answer your questions in a live Twitter Q&A session today from 1pm to 2pm. 

Mr Bloxham has been at the forefront of UK property regeneration since 1993 through Urban Splash, the company he co-founded with Jonathan Falkingham. 

He will be speaking at the 2017 CN Summit at the Hilton Bankside, which takes place on 21-22 November.

In the build-up to event, which will feature more than 80 speakers from top clients and contractors, he will be fielding questions for Construction News in a live Twitter Q&A session.

You can view it by following @CNplus on Twitter, and can put your questions to Tom by using the hashtag #askTomB

Urban Splash specialises in regenerating disused manufacturing and dockside buildings for modern commerce and living spaces.

Since 1993 the company has invested more than £1bn in regeneration projects, creating 5,000 new homes and two million sq ft of commercial space.

CN Summit 2017: Don’t miss out!

This year’s Construction News Summit will see dozens of industry leaders reveal their plans and give their essential forecasts for the sector.

Check out the incredible speaker line-up in full and book your place today for the event on 21-22 November at London’s Hilton Bankside.

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