4th Annual (2018)

UK Rail Station Development and Regeneration Conference

Tuesday 10 July 2018

4th Annual (2018)

UK Rail Station Development and Regeneration Conference

Tuesday 10 July 2018 Central London, Addleshaw Goddard
The UK Station Development and Regeneration conference will focus on practical solutions to help optimise delivery of your project. The day will provide you with the guidance needed to ensure maximum operational and commercial returns from your scheme. Join 120+ senior professionals in the rail, property and investment sectors to hear industry leaders share guidance on the biggest challenges facing development and the future opportunities for regeneration and development.

"Interesting conference to help acquire some intelligence and insightful on what are the key issues and trends around railway stations."
Y. Efangon, CBRE

"Wide ranging and encouraging about the future of our rail system."
M. Bryant, Canary Wharf Contractor

Just some of the key organisations that have attended previously:

Arriva UK Trains
Birmingham City Council
Buckinghamshire County Council
Canary Wharf Contractors
Capital and Counties
Cushman & Wakefield
Department for Transport
First Great Western
Gatwick Airport

Great Western Railway
Halton Borough Council
Hartlepool Borough Council
Hertfordshire County Council
HS2 Growth Partnership
Land Securities
Leeds City Council
London and Aberdeen Group
London Borough of Sutton
Meinhardt (UK)
Mitsui & Co Europe
Muse Developments

Network Rail
Newcastle City Council
Newcore Capital Management
Office of Rail and Road
Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation
Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames
Rushmoor Council
Transport for Greater Manchester
Transport for London
Transport Scotland
U and I Group
Virgin Trains East Coast
Watford Borough Council
Wiltshire Council

Interested in sponsoring?

To find out more about sponsoring the UK Rail Station Development and Regeneration Conference, please click on the link below.

Thorough analysis and confirmation of the opportunities that should be developed to facilitate growth.


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