3rd Annual (2018)

Transport-Led Development in London and the South East

Tuesday 16 January 2018

3rd Annual (2018)

Transport-Led Development in London and the South East

Capitalising on opportunities for improved connectivity, unlocking growth and delivering densification in Greater London
Tuesday 16 January 2018 Pinsent Masons, Central London
Key transport development leaders will be providing project updates and outlining forward plans to increase connectivity and promote growth across Greater London. You will also discover key areas available for development, as well as new strategies to successfully execute the delivery of new transport-led infrastructure.

Ensure you attend to:

  • Receive the latest updates from TfL on the priorities for investment across London and how they intend to deliver key projects
  • Hear the current action plans for transport, growth and regeneration in London
  • Receive forecasts on how new technology will transform the development landscape and how this will impact commuter trends
  • Find out what development opportunities are being created by the delivery of new transport schemes
  • Benefit from a developer perspective on the achieved benefits of Crossrail, the use of land value capture and what this means for future transport infrastructure delivery

Just some of the organisations that have attended previously:

Bam Nuttall
Banda Property
Battersea Power Station Development Company
Berwin Leighton Paisner
Bouygues Travaux Publics (UK Branch)
British Land
Buro Happold
BWB Consulting
Canary Wharf Contractors

Crossrail 2
Cushman & Wakefield
Deloitte Real Estate
DLA Piper UK
ESI Consuting
Greater London Authority
Grimshaw Architects
Heathrow Airport
Hitachi Rail Europe
LaSalle Investment Management
London Borough of Waltham Forest

London Councils
London Legacy Development Corporation
Meinhardt (UK)
Mott MacDonald
Network Rail
Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation
Taylor Woodrow
Thomson Ecology
Transport for London
Turner & Townsend
Waterman Infrastructure & Environment

Download the full list of organisations that have attended previously here.

Book your place

We offer a 15% discount on bookings of more than one attendee.

Excellent insight into major transport developments happening and proposed for London and the Southeast.

Who will I meet?

Attend this important event to meet over 120+ attendees involved with the delivery of new transport and infrastructure in London and the South East. Attendees include project leaders from property developers, transport authorities and financiers, along with representatives from local authorities and leading planning, transport and property professionals.

Excellent programme. Strong raft of speakers who covered all aspects admirably.

Why should I attend?

With the limited supply of residential and commercial opportunities around central London, industry supported research reflects the need to place an emphasis on growth areas further afield.

This conference addresses issues of regeneration and densification, combined with the need for new transport infrastructure to encourage investment in these outer boroughs, as well as the latest insight on development in central London. By attending, you will review the financing options that can enable such transport projects, receive key takeaways and case studies on previous, current and future development opportunities, and also benefit from guidance for overcoming the challenges associated with transport-led development.

Find out more:

Nick Brown, COO at Govia Thameslink Railway, identifies solutions to London’s ongoing transport issues.


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