INTERPROSOCIAL18 to Take Place at Talbot Mill Castlefield

#Interprosocial18 is taking place on the 6 June and will bring over 10 property institutions and 350 members of the built environment community in the North West together under one roof. This year’s event promises to be bigger and better and is supported by Capital&Centric and Project Kitchens.

The celebration for 2018 allows property professionals a chance to see Talbot Mill before its restoration by Capital&Centric. InterPro Social celebrates the start of the summer, with a night of networking for members of the RTPI, Manchester Architects, RICS, RIBA, ICE, CIOB, IHBC, IStructE, CIBSE, TPS CILT, CIHT and IoA.

Belinda Sewell, Managing Director of Project Kitchens comments,

“We are delighted to be building the relationship with InterPro and to become a headline partner for this event. Although a national company with a strong presence in London and the South East, we started our business in the North West and have many links with the property community here. InterPro Social 2018 is going to be the best annual party yet and we can’t wait to be part of it.”

Adam Higgins, Co-Founder of Capital&Centric comments,

“Talbot Mill is a semi derelict former textile warehouse in Manchester’s Castlefield. It’s an evocative space that is the perfect backdrop for the InterPro Social. It’s a fitting last hurrah for the space before our restoration and regeneration commences.

“Uses such as this are the start of our regeneration process, redefining what a place or a space could be, so it’s great that we can support InterPro at the same time as opening up this historic building for our property contemporaries to explore.”

Lisa McFarlane, Director at Seven Architecture and event organiser adds,

“This year we have music, food, dancing, games, photo opportunities and networking in a unique and fascinating building. A big thank you to our partners for enabling us to bring such a diverse and large group of professionals together under one roof.”

Tickets cost £6.50 and are available to institute members from:

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