Walker Morris set to exhibit at LGA/cCLOA Culture, Tourism and Sport Conference
The Walker Morris leisure team will be exhibiting at the LGA/cCLOA Annual Culture, Tourism and Sport Conference 2014 on 3–4 March at Guildhall Square in Portsmouth, Hampshire. The law firm will be found on Stand 9.
Local authorities play a crucial role in providing, supporting and developing leisure and cultural opportunities. The challenge is fulfilling this role in times of highly aggressive cost-reduction requirements. There is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution to the challenges and opportunities in this sector from a legal perspective.
The flagship LGA/cCLOA conference will bring together members and officers who are leading culture, tourism and sport to debate and access the latest innovative practice about how we make the most of our culture, heritage and sport assets to improve places and put them at the heart of local plans to drive growth.
The event is expected to appeal to leaders, chief executives, members and officers responsible for cultural services, the arts, libraries, museums and archives, tourism, leisure, heritage, recreation, economic development and regeneration.
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