1st Annual (2018)

Successfully Delivering Infrastructure in the UK

Wednesday 31 October 2018

1st Annual (2018)

Successfully Delivering Infrastructure in the UK

Ensuring infrastructure project success from inception to delivery – identifying needs, securing funding, and successful procurement
Wednesday 31 October 2018 Pinsent Masons, Central London
The event provides the latest insight on the biggest challenges facing the delivery of new infrastructure and explores how to respond to and overcome these. Attend to explore how to progress infrastructure plans from conception through to delivery as the day explores key issues including identifying and responding to the UK’s infrastructure needs, the funding available for new infrastructure and the role of private investment in infrastructure delivery. Find out how to work collaboratively with the supply chain, and the value of early contractor involvement, including a focus on how to overcome the challenges facing procurement.

Highlights of attending:

  • Receive the latest updates on the UK’s infrastructure needs and explore how these can be met
  • Understand the funding available for new infrastructure and explore the role of private investment and alternative financing models for infrastructure delivery
  • Explore the value of early contractor engagement and how to work collaboratively with the supply chain to ensure successful project delivery
  • Discuss how procurement processes can be improved for all parties and how costs can be reduced
  • Consider how to plan for future technology and infrastructure advances

Just some of the organisations who have attended related events previously:

Affinity Water
Allianz Global Investors
Amber Infrastructure
Crossrail 2
Department for Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs
Department for International Trade
EDF Energy
Ernst & Young
Go-Ahead Group
Greater London Authority
Health & Safety Executive
Heathrow Airport

Highways England
HM Treasury
Horizon Nuclear Power
IGas Energy
Kent County Council
National Grid
National Infrastructure Commission
Natural England
Natural Resources Wales
Network Rail
Norfolk County Council
Oxfordshire County Council

Pensions Infrastructure Platform
Quarry Battery
Radioactive Waste Management
S&P Global Ratings
Scottish and Southern Energy Power Distribution
Scottish Water
Southern Water
Suffolk County Council
Thames Water
Transport for Greater Manchester
Transport for London
Warwickshire County Council
Welsh Government

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Offer expires Friday 24th August 2018.

Great speakers on a really interesting range of relevant topics.

Why should I attend?

The event will explore what needs to be done to ensure successful delivery of infrastructure, from conception to delivery, and discuss how early engagement and collaborative working with the supply chain can be improved to ensure successful infrastructure development.

Attendees will explore the UK’s infrastructure needs and how to ensure the infrastructure is delivered to meet these, including considering how to plan now for emerging technologies and future-proof new infrastructure. The day will also review the funding available for infrastructure and the role of private investment and partnerships in infrastructure delivery.

Attend to consider the role of the supply chain and the benefits of early contractor engagement, and also explore the challenges facing the procurement process and how these can be overcome and costs reduced.


Who will I meet?

Key industry players including:

  • Developers
  • Government and local authorities
  • Planners, designers, architects and contractors
  • Infrastructure finance experts and investors
  • Pension funds, insurance companies, sovereign wealth funds
  • Fund managers
  • Project management companies
  • Planning lawyers
  • Construction companies


A good summary of the problems with some useful suggestions for solutions.


Pinsent Masons


Complimentary talks on the UK's infrastructure needs and an excellent opportunity to network.


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