Construction industry response to London Infrastructure Plan 2050 consultation

Friday 24 October 2014

Breakfast Talk 08:30 - 10:00 (registration from 08:00)

NLA, The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London WC1E 7BT

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The Mayor has launched London’s first long-term infrastructure plan which sets out London's infrastructure needs, how much it might cost and how we pay for this, in order to prepare for, and benefit further from, London's growth.

How far can the Plan support the regeneration of new areas of London? Where will these new opportunity areas be? How far will it support the delivery of new areas of housing? How can we better link infrastructure planning and funding with the development process? What relationship does this Plan have with development needs in the wider South East? How do we ensure that new transport lines/hubs deliver a high quality of place?

With consultation closing on 31st October 2014, join us at this NLA breakfast talk to hear from the GLA and key industry representatives on key elements in the Plan, and take part in the discussion of how we should respond as an industry.

Make sure you are ready to put forward your response by reading the consultation documents which can be found here.

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Jeremy Skinner, Senior Manager for Growth and Enterprise, GLA  

Alexander Jan, Director, Arup

Chris Williamson, Founding Partner, Weston Williamson

Peter Murray, Chairman, NLA
Further speakers to be confirmed

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