4th Annual (2019)

Transport-Led Development in London and the South East

Wednesday 16 January 2019

4th Annual (2019)

Transport-Led Development in London and the South East

Successfully delivering new transport-oriented development to unlock housing opportunities and promote regional growth
Wednesday 16 January 2019 Pinsent Masons, London
Transport-Led Development in London and the South East returns with the latest updates on development and investment opportunities for transport-oriented projects. Take away vital insight on the leading rail, road and airport developments that will unlock connectivity, housing and promote more sustainable growth across Greater London and South East. This year’s event provides the latest guidance and timelines on current and future developments, and explores the main key themes, including poor air quality, digital connectivity and world’s smartest city.

Highlights of attending: 


  • Receive the latest insight from TfL on current plans and support for transport infrastructure delivery and discover the large-scale housing regeneration projects coming forward
  • Hear plans for current infrastructure improvements and new investment planned
  • Take away the latest insight and hear new plans to improve access and connectivity to London airports
  • Explore how to tackle the most pressing challenges facing new development - including improving poor air quality, urban design and introducing improved digital connectivity to create the world’s smartest city
  • Understand how to consider local air quality plans, regulations and targets when planning for new projects and development
  • Network with 100+ transport and property executives with over 4+ hours of networking, including a drinks reception

Just some of the organisations who have attended this event 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

Useful event with good speakers and interesting examples of successes.

Register more than one attendee and receive a 15% discount

Transforming London and the South East with opportunities for regeneration and development

Ahead of Transport-Led Development in London and the South East on the 16th January 2019 in London, three senior planners share their thoughts on air pollution, transport infrastructure and regeneration and development opportunities in the South East region.

Very informative with a good mix of participants.

London City Airport’s Head of Transport Planning examines new development and regeneration opportunities

Ahead of Transport-Led Development London and the South East on the 16th January 2019 in London, Gavin Wicks, London City Airport’s Head of Transport Planning, reviews the South East’s forthcoming development opportunities.

Why should I attend?

Join transport authorities and developers to explore forward plans to increase connectivity, unlock housing opportunities and promote growth across Greater London and South East. 

This one-day event will offer a complete guide to key areas for investment and development, as well as an opportunity to hear lessons learnt from recent successful projects.

Attend to discover how to overcome the most pressing challenges facing development, and ensure the success of your next transport-oriented projects.

Who will I meet?

Key industry players including:

• Government
• Network Rail
• Transport for London
• Developers (housing and commercial)
• Transport developers
• Local authorities
• Architects
• Consultants - planning and transport, legal, and engineers
• Finance and investment

A good opportunity to investigate and update myself on the role of transport in facilitating development.


Pinsent Masons


30 Crown Place