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Our speakers and presentations - 8th May 2018

May 7, 2018

 

 

 

 

The Making of the Modern City (Future Cities Forum 8)

 

8th May at City Hall London, The Queen’s Walk, London SE1 2AA

 

 

0830    Coffee and registration

 

0900    Phil Graham, Chief Executive, National Infrastructure Commission 

 

0920    Panel 1 New models for infrastructure-led regeneration

 

  • Rachel Dickie, Head of Urban Regeneration, L&G Capital

  • David Budd - Mayor of Middlesbrough

  • Jennifer Ross, Director of Tibbalds Planning & Urban Design and NIC award-winning team leader of VeloCity,

  • Lester Hampson, Head of Real Estate Development, Transport for London

  • Rory Brooke, Chief Economist / Planning, Savills

 

1000    Brendan Sarsfield, Chief Executve, Peabody 

 

1020    Tim Chapman, Infrastructure Design Leader, Arup

 

 

 

1040    Panel 2 Future transport needs – the impact on cities

 

  • Peter Stephens – Head UK External and Government Affairs, Nissan UK,

  • Nathan Marsh – Director of Intelligent Mobility (UK and Europe) at SNC-Lavalin’s Atkins Business,

  • Tim Hawkins – Director of Corporate Affairs/Board Director at MAG (Manchester Airports Group, which includes East Midlands and Stansted airports)

  • Dr Sarah Owen Vandersluis - Partner and Head of Infrastructure Strategy at KPMG UK

 

1120   Nigel Escott – Property Director, Network Rail

 

 

 

1140    Panel 3 Infrastructure as destination: retail, work space, housing and leisure opportunities unlocked at airports and stations

 

  • Jason Syrett - Partner at Allies and Morrison and master planner for York Central,

  • Lynda Shillaw – Head of Property at Manchester Airports Group and Non Executive Director of The Crown Estate,

  • Nigel Escott - Property Director at Network Rail,

  • Richard Hicks – Director Regeneration, Culture, Environment and Transformation, Deputy Chief Executive at Medway Council

 

1230 close

 

 

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