3rd Annual (2018)

Transport-Led Development in the Midlands

Tuesday 13 November 2018

3rd Annual (2018)

Transport-Led Development in the Midlands

Delivering successful projects to enhance connectivity and regional growth
Tuesday 13 November 2018 Gowling WLG, Birmingham
Transport-Led Development in the Midlands returns with the latest opportunities and solutions for unlocking growth in the Midlands, through the delivery of new and improved transport infrastructure. This year’s event will provide the latest insight and updates on planned transport projects, plus guidance on future developments and how these projects can be successfully delivered.

Highlights of attending include:

  • Receive the latest updates on recent developments in the East and West Midlands and explore the plans for further development
  • Find out more about Midlands Connect’s priorities for 2019 and beyond with a focus on how to deliver transport to support a more integrated and connected Midlands
  • Hear the latest regional project updates on HS2, the Midland Metro network extension, Highways England’s improvements and the Birmingham Airport master plan
  • Learn how to overcome the main challenges to deliver transport projects which generate regional growth
  • Find out the plans for new and upgraded station infrastructure designed to reduce traffic congestion and improve connectivity  
  • Understand how the 2020 Commonwealth Games will unlock regional growth

Just some of the organisations who have attended previously:

Abellio
Accenture
Addleshaw Goddard
AECOM Infrastructure & Environment UK
AHR Architects
Amey
Arcadis
Arden Cross Consortium
Argent
Arriva UK Trains
Arup
Birmingham Airport
Birmingham City Council
BWB Consulting
CH2M

East Midlands Council
Furrer+Frey
Gloucestershire County Council
Highways England
Hitachi Rail Europe
HS2
London Midland
Maber Architects
Midland Expressway
Midlands Connect
National College for High Speed Rail
Network Rail
Prologis UK
Rambus Ecebs
RGL Forensics

RMT
Schofield Lothian
Shropshire Council
Siemens
Skanska
Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent LEP
Taziker Industrial
The Coal Authority
Tony Gee and Partners
Transport for West Midlands
Urban Growth Company
Waterman Infrastructure & Environment
West Midlands Rail
West Midlands Trains
Worcestershire County Council

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

Register now and receive a 15% discount on bookings of more than one attendee

Urban Growth Company’s Acting Managing Director discusses recent transport developments in the Midlands

Ahead of Transport-Led Development in the Midlands on the 13th November in Birmingham, Philip Farrell, Acting Managing Director of the Urban Growth Company, shares his thoughts on recent transport developments in the Midlands.

Extremely relevant given the focus of growth and development in the Midlands region.

Midlands Connect’s Head of Technical Programmes discusses the importance of improved transport links in the Midlands

Ahead of Transport-Led Development in the Midlands on the 13th November in Birmingham, Simon Statham, Head of Technical Programmes at Midlands Connect, shares his thoughts on the regional and national importance of developing transport links in the Midlands

Interested in sponsoring?

To find out more about sponsoring Transport-led Development in the Midlands 2018, please click on the link below.

A useful gathering of key industry stakeholders with a clear desire to improve all connections to and from the Midlands.

Very informative conference and provides valuable details for the future.

Directions

Two Snow Hill
Birmingham
B4 6WR