Transport-Led Development in London and the South East

Delivering transport oriented and transformative development to successfully increase connectivity and create new housing areas

15 Jan 202001/15/2020 08:45am 01/15/2020 07:15pm Transport-Led Development in London and the South East With a number of large scale projects coming forward in London and the South East and regeneration areas identified, attend to receive the latest insight for 2020 and beyond on the future plans for the regions transport oriented and regeneration projects. Addleshaw Goddard, Milton Gate, 60 Chiswell St, London EC1Y 4AG Europe/London public

08.45 - 19.15

Addleshaw Goddard, Milton Gate, 60 Chiswell St, London EC1Y 4AG

With a number of large scale projects coming forward in London and the South East and regeneration areas identified, attend to receive the latest insight for 2020 and beyond on the future plans for the regions transport oriented and regeneration projects. The day will explore the biggest challenges and opportunities faced by the industry and the region, such as securing funding for large development projects, responding to the current zero carbon agenda and how to unlock capacity and connectivity in more suburban areas. Attend to discover the most up to date strategies from local authorities, transport bodies and developers on both current and future projects which are transforming the regions transport and housing areas.

Highlights of attending:

  • Hear the latest plans and timelines for the new growth areas for housing regeneration and the plans for the transport infrastructure to enable these
  • Discover the new housing and employment areas which are being unlocked by innovative rail projects
  • Understand how to respond to the latest funding challenges the industry faces and learn how to successfully secure investment
  • Receive key expertise on how to successfully develop property over rail infrastructure and how it supports area wide regeneration
  • Explore ongoing infrastructure projects which are modernising the region through reducing congestion, delivering new stations and providing economic growth opportunities
  • Explore how transport and development projects can respond to and meet the zero-carbon agenda and improved air quality

Speakers:

  • Alex Williams, Director of City Planning, Transport for London
  • Ciaran Scanlon, Service Director, Luton Council/London Luton Airport Limited
  • Gordon Pratt, Managing Director, Thames Gateway Tramlink
     

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