Transport-Led Development in London and the South East 2017

Identifying regeneration opportunities and best practice in delivering new development

Tue 17th January 2017 Pinsent Masons, London
  • With a number of large scale developments happening in London and more expected in the coming years, and with a new Mayor committed to delivering more efficient and sustainable transport, there are currently numerous development opportunities available.

    This one-day event provides a vital update on the delivery of new transport infrastructure and associated development opportunities. Project updates and case studies include:

    • Euston Station
    • Old Oak Common
    • King’s Cross redevelopment
    • Stratford commercial development
    • Battersea Power Station
    • Bakerloo line extension

    Delegates will have the opportunity to hear from developers, local authorities and transport planners on the various finance options that are available for transport schemes, review case studies and lessons learnt from recent developments and discuss the long-term challenge of delivering improved rail capacity and new housing.

    Make sure you attend to identify the areas with potential for large scale development in London and the South East, meet those leading transport and regeneration schemes, and discuss the Mayor’s new transport strategy.

    Take a look at the Transport-Led Development in London and the South East 2017 brochure.

    To register for updates on this conference, please email us. To find out about sponsoring or exhibiting at this event, please get in touch by email or call 0207 067 1597.

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    Register now - call 0207 067 1597, email us or register online.


    Benefits of attending:

    • Explore upcoming transport schemes so you are fully aware of the available development and regeneration opportunities these create
    • Hear from developers and investors on what lessons can be learnt from recent large scale development and regeneration projects
    • Discuss the pivotal role of property partnership for regeneration and how expansion of the transport network can create areas for development
    • Learn about the finance options that are available for transport schemes, including the growing role of developer contributions and the Community Infrastructure Levy
    • Consider the impact of station investment on regeneration and explore the existing opportunities
    • Expand your professional network by meeting developers, local authorities, architects and senior representatives from the transport and planning sector

    Take a look at the Transport-Led Development in London and the South East 2017 brochure.


    Find out more:

    Valerie Shawcross Deputy Mayor for Transport discusses new London transport strategy (article by Valerie Shawcross from Greater London Authority) Read here>>


    Organisations who are already confirmed to attend:

    Arup
    Atkins
    Battersea Power Station Development Company
    BDP
    Bouygues Travaux Publics
    British Land
    BuroHappold Engineering
    Campaign for Better Transport
    Canary Wharf Contractors
    CILT
    Construction News
    Crossrail 2
    Dentons
    Dentons UKMEA
    Empyrean Developments
    ESI Consuting
    Gowling WLG
    Greater London Authority
    Hitachi Rail
    Hoare Lea
    Hounslow Council
    i-Transport
    LCR
    Leslie Jones Architecture
    London Borough of Bexley
    London Bridge Associates
    London Councils
    Meinhardt
    Momentum Transport Planning
    Network Rail
    OPDC
    Ove Arup & Partners
    Pinsent Masons
    Planning in London
    Plowman Craven
    Quatro
    Rail Delivery Group
    Royal Borough of Kingston
    Royal HaskoningDHV
    Stanhope
    Steer Davies Gleave
    Temple Group
    TerraQuest
    Thomson Ecology
    Transport for London
    TSP Projects
    Tyrens
    UCL
    VolkerFitzpatrick
    Waterman IE
    WilkinsonEyre
    WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff

     

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    08:45Registration
    09:30Chair’s welcome and introduction

    Isabel Dedring Global Transport Leader Arup

    Part 1: The long term vision for London and the South East: how to fully capture development potential?
    09:40Keynote speech Transport infrastructure needed for new development in London and the impact on regeneration and economic growth NEW

    Valerie Shawcross Deputy Mayor for Transport Greater London Authority; Deputy Chair Transport for London

    10:10London’s transport strategy: how to maximise development potential NEW
    • How many homes could London unlock through new transport schemes?
    • How do we maximise development potential on the existing network through more supportive planning policy?
    • The approach to funding new schemes through value capture
    • The role of the new London Plan and Mayor’s Transport Strategy
    • How will Crossrail 2 support economic growth in the South East?

    Alex Andrews Area Manager Transport for London

    10:35Panel debate Beyond transport infrastructure: identifying the pivotal role of property partnerships for regeneration and transport networks UPDATE
    • What is the impact of property partnerships on London’s transport network?
    • How will the public sector work together and overcome the housing delivery challenge?
    • How to maximise revenue opportunities
    • Strategic land-use and transport models in London
    • GLA’s schemes for regeneration and housing
    • Housing zones: what is the long-term programme?
    • What are the new opportunity areas for large-scale development?

    Emma Cariaga Senior Project Director British Land

    Lester Hampson Property Development Director Transport for London

    Jonathan Goldstraw Senior Area Manager Greater London Authority

    11:25Morning refreshments
    Part 2: Regeneration projects in London and the South East: identifying future opportunities for development and investment
    11:55How can HS2 plans unlock Euston’s potential?
    • How do the plans for HS2 at Euston affect the existing network, and what is Network Rail doing about this?
    • What are the associated opportunities for developers and designers?
    • The importance of the right solution at Euston
    • What are the key lessons Euston can learn from King’s Cross and other station redevelopments to maximise transport benefits and potential for new homes and jobs?
    • How to improve passengers’ experience and exceed expectations?

    Rupert Walker Head of High Speed Rail Development Network Rail

    12:20Crossrail 2 scheme update and role in unlocking growth and development potential
    • Latest updates about the Crossrail 2 project
    • The impact on development potential and growth in the South East

    Stephen Pauling Transport Planning Manager Crossrail 2

    12.35Panel debate What does a successful large-scale development look like in London and the South East?
    • Opportunities available at Old Oak Common
    • King’s Cross redevelopment and Stratford commercial development – main similarity and differences
    • The role played by big schemes such as Crossrail 2 in delivering development
    • The impact of the Thames Gateway on regeneration and transport infrastructure – including ports and airports
    • What can developers and local authorities take away from previous regeneration projects?
    • How can these lessons be applied to future projects?

    Paul Moore Director of Regeneration, Communities and Customer Services London Borough of Bexley

    Adrian Lee Development Director LCR

    Michael Mulhern Director of Planning Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation

    Stephen Pauling Transport Planning Manager Crossrail 2

    13:30Networking lunch
    14:30Case study Meeting passenger growth and demand: Waterloo station development NEW
    • The station and surrounding area
    • Current indicators of passenger growth – Wessex Capacity Study
    • Future plans to improve capacity and passenger’s journey
    • The re-use of the International Terminal as part of Waterloo Station
    • How to collaborate with local authorities and stakeholders
    • The impact of station on local regeneration

    Norrie Courts Stations Director Network Rail

    14:55The value of station investment and the positive impact on local communities
    • The impact of investment on regeneration and local communities
    • How to strengthen investment in regeneration
    • How does station investment help to deliver local regeneration?

    Mike Goggin Group Client Engagement Director Steer Davies Gleave

    Part 3: Overcoming the challenges facing the delivery of transport infrastructure
    15:30Developing Battersea Power Station: delivering value for communities and funding model available NEW
    • The importance of adequate transport solution for developments
    • The Northern Line extension – funding and finance
    • The role of business rate and developers’ contribution
    • Similarities with the funding model that will be used for the Bakerloo line extension
    • Using the community infrastructure levy to fund infrastructure
    • The impact of the Northern line extension on affordable housing

    Gordon Adams Head of Planning Battersea Power Station Development Company

    15:55Afternoon refreshments
    16:15Legal considerations when delivering new transport and the possible consequences of Brexit
    • What will be the potential impact of Brexit on areas currently regulated by European law?
    • How to obtain consent for new schemes
    • The importance of the Housing and Planning Bill for the sector

    Richard Bull Legal Director Pinsent Masons

    16:40Designing future urban development: the impact of new transport schemes
    • How do design and development link together?
    • Building safety into the design process: national and international examples
    • Design and delivery of masterplans
    • How to make sure that designers and developers collaborate to reduce the impact on a city’s landscape
    • The importance of design in rail development

    Anna Sinnott Planning Director BDP

    17:05The role of sustainable transport in supporting new developments NEW
    • The role played by sustainable transport in meeting passengers’ growth and demands
    • The impact on economic and retail developments
    • Funding options for sustainable transport
    • How sustainable transport can support new housing in London – the Barking Riverside example
    • Kilnwood Valeat Crawley: working in partnership with developers
    • The Government’s Cycling & Walking Investment Strategy – how to make cycling safer and more attractive

    Stephen Joseph Chief Executive Campaign for Better Transport

    17:30Chair’s closing remarks
    17:40Close of conference and networking drinks
    *All sessions include time for Q & A*
    Drinks reception - orange
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  • The board is comprised of leading experts who offer impartial advice and work with the Waterfront team to help create a timely and relevant agenda which explores critical issues, challenges and opportunities for the sector.

    Bringing together leading representatives from the sector, the Advisory Board helps shape the agenda to ensure it supports the industry’s needs and helps move the industry forward by providing a forum for debate.

    Biographies

    LCR

    Adrian Lee

    Development Director

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    London Borough of Bexley

    Councillor Teresa O’Neil

    Network Rail

    Norrie Courts

    Stations Director

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  • Biographies

    LCR

    Adrian Lee

    Development Director

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    Transport for London

    Alex Andrews

    Area Manager

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    BDP

    Anna Sinnott

    Planning Director

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    British Land

    Emma Cariaga

    Senior Project Director

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    Battersea Power Station Development Company

    Gordon Adams

    Head of Planning

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    Arup

    Isabel Dedring

    Global Transport Leader

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    Greater London Authority

    Jonathan Goldstraw

    Senior Area Manager

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    Transport for London

    Lester Hampson

    Property Development Director

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    Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation

    Michael Mulhern

    Director of Planning

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    Steer Davies Gleave

    Mike Goggin

    Group Client Engagement Director

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    Network Rail

    Norrie Courts

    Stations Director

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    London Borough of Bexley

    Paul Moore

    Director of Regeneration, Communities and Customer Services

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    Pinsent Masons

    Richard Bull

    Legal Director

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    Network Rail

    Rupert Walker

    Head of High Speed Rail Development

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    Campaign for Better Transport

    Stephen Joseph

    Chief Executive

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    Crossrail 2

    Stephen Pauling

    Transport Planning Manager

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    Greater London Authority; Transport for London

    Valerie Shawcross

    Deputy Mayor for Transport; Deputy Chair

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some of this year’s speakers:

Adrian Lee

Development Director
LCR

Anna Sinnott

Planning Director
BDP

Emma Cariaga

Senior Project Director
British Land

Gordon Adams

Head of Planning
Battersea Power Station Development Company

Isabel Dedring

Global Transport Leader
Arup

Jonathan Goldstraw

Senior Area Manager
Greater London Authority

Lester Hampson

Property Development Director
Transport for London

Alex Andrews

Area Manager
Transport for London

Michael Mulhern

Director of Planning
Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation

Mike Goggin

Group Client Engagement Director
Steer Davies Gleave

Norrie Courts

Stations Director
Network Rail

Paul Moore

Director of Regeneration, Communities and Customer Services
London Borough of Bexley

Richard Bull

Legal Director
Pinsent Masons

Rupert Walker

Head of High Speed Rail Development
Network Rail

Stephen Joseph

Chief Executive
Campaign for Better Transport

Stephen Pauling

Transport Planning Manager
Crossrail 2

Valerie Shawcross

Deputy Mayor for Transport; Deputy Chair
Greater London Authority; Transport for London

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