CRT Property, the wholly owned subsidiary of the Coalfields Regeneration Trust, the only organisation dedicated to building prosperity and opportunity in former coalfield communities, will share its tried and tested model to levelling up at the first ever UKREiiF conference.
As an exhibitor at the three-day annual property event in May, the organisation will use examples of its developments to explain how it creates quality business accommodation for the SME market, while also redirecting funds to social value projects.
Using a tried and tested model, CRT Property will show how its approach can meet with the Levelling Up agenda and support the missions set out by government in its white paper earlier this year.
CRT Property, property investment and development director, Shaun O’Brien, said: “The UKREiiF event is the perfect opportunity for us to showcase our model in practice. This isn’t a blueprint, it’s a tried and tested approach that we know delivers the infrastructure for business, while also supporting the social value work that is essential to changing lives in our communities.
“We’ve been Levelling Up for more than 20 years. What we need is the investment to scale up our efforts to meet the targets which have been put in place by government. This isn’t a case of starting again, it’s simply turbo-charging our activity to bring some of the most deprived neighbourhoods to national averages quicker.
“The benefit to us having the resource we need is that we can make a lasting difference and ensure more people in the UK are contributing to the economic prosperity of the country.”