MSA Annual
Dinner 2019 Thursday 21st November 2019

MSA Annual Dinner 2019

Date: Thursday 21st November 2019

The Next Coolest Property Event of the Year
The MSA Annual Dinner is the biggest architects’ society dinner in the UK and has always been the highlight of our social calendar. Following on from the hugely successful MSA Awards, we have committed ourselves to exceeding expectations in everything we do, and the dinner is no exception.

The Original Manchester Venue
With Manchester Cathedral confirmed as the venue for this year’s dinner and the date set for Thursday 21st November, the event is set to welcome the industry’s most prominent architects and construction professionals for an evening of gourmet food, cocktails and live entertainment.

Join the Property Industry’s Most Influential Players
This year’s dinner will unite the property industry behind our vision for a more inclusive and diverse community and lead us towards a more prosperous profession. Join us as we host the industry’s most influential players, reflect on the year gone by, celebrate the achievements of our community and look ahead to the projects of tomorrow.

The Original Manchester Venue
This prestigious evening will raise the profile of Manchester’s architecture, cultivate an inclusive atmosphere that champions the true quality of the wider-industry’s work, and shape our professional network into a stronger and more collaborative community.

Don’t Miss Out on the Coolest Property Dinner of the Year

Tickets are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment

  • Price: £95 + VAT
  • Date: Thursday 21st November 2019
  • Time: 6:45pm – 1am
  • Dress code: Black tie
  • Venue: Manchester Cathedral, Victoria St, Manchester, M3 1SX

A word from our President

It is my honour to take the reins from Ged Couser and become the President of our historic society.

I have been an active part of the society’s council for over 5 years and will further commit to building on Ged’s, and the wider team’s, excellent work to push the society’s position forward.

I am passionate about our profession but believe we are facing an uncertain future.

Architects are being increasingly marginalised within the wider construction industry thanks to the false perception that we are only interested in design with little concern for commerciality. And yet, I think we can all agree the world is a better place with a healthy, diverse community of architects, whom above all, are the true ambassadors of quality within the built environment.

Therefore, it is my aim for this term to strive to make our profession more relevant and further engage with other industry players. We can lead
by example and become the most forward-thinking and professional society in the country.

I don’t believe we need to reinvent our role, however, we must use our collective experience and knowledge to achieve our goal of creating 
a prosperous profession. It will be difficult but together we can help change the current perception of our profession to give architects relevance and, ultimately, influence.


Nick Moss

President of Manchester Architects

Co-Founder of Sixtwo Architects