TV Presenter Charlie Luxton heads line up at Live North

Luxton, who regularly appears on BBC TV’s DIY SOS will be discussing the impact of architectural design developments on the electrical industry. Attendees will also be able to get up to speed on what the third amendment of BS 7671 might mean for them with talks from Tony Cable and Darren Staniforth – as well as the IET’s Mark Coles.

Now in its third year, Live North is being held at a new venue, Aintree Racecourse, Liverpool, on the 27th November.

‘It is a new location and venue for Live North and we can’t wait to get going,’ said Mark Smith, head of marketing and communications at Certsure, which operates the NICEIC and ELECSA brands. ‘We’ve had some of our biggest regional event attendances in Liverpool, so it’s great to hold our next conference there.’

Other speakers on the day include Geraldine Fleming from Knowles, who will advise contractors on how to structure contracts, WF Senate’s Ivan Gill, who will explain the implications of two major changes to fire alarm regulations, and David Spillett, Energy Networks Association engineering policy and standards manager, who will be looking at how the industry will cope with the UK’s increasing demand for power.

In addition to the seminars is a packed exhibition hall featuring some of the industry’s leading names including partner sponsors ESP, Scolmore and WF Senate.

Tickets cost £29 plus VAT for ECA, ELECSA and NICEIC registered contractors, or £49 plus VAT for non‑registered contractors. Exhibition-only and apprentice tickets are available free of charge.

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