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UK Sustainable Infrastructure Policy & Investment Summit



Exclusive 20% discount for all ICES members

The 2020 Summit, which is being held on 13-14 July, will provide a perfect opportunity for an in-depth analysis of the government infrastructure plans for the coming years and their implications for both the public and private sectors, as well as reviewing other relevant developments.

The 2020 Summit comprises two days:

Day one focuses on general infrastructure policy and the government’s key rail and road projects, as well as 5G and social infrastructure.

Day two is devoted to energy and climate change. It reviews the specific policy developments in this area, as well as the latest developments in offshore wind, nuclear, storage and EV/smart city projects.

Key topics include:

  • NIS 2019: Update on the National Infrastructure Pipeline
  • Excelling on key performance indicators. Next steps and best practices
  • Meeting London’s infrastructure needs
  • The role of private finance in infrastructure
  • Private finance and infrastructure: New approaches, New Models
  • Comparing the different models of private infrastructure investment across the globe
  • The Government’s new construction strategy
  • Best practice in offsite construction
  • Best practice in benchmarking
  • Update on the UK major infrastructure projects
  • Opportunities arising from the roll-out of 5G in the UK
  • Delivering crucial social infrastructure: Health, housing and schools

Below is a list of confirmed speakers

Nick Smallwood,
Chief Executive Officer, The Infrastructure and Projects Authority
Matthew Vickerstaff
, Interim CEO, Infrastructure & Projects Authority (IPA)
The Rt Hon Jesse Norman MP, Financial Secretary to the Treasury, H.M. Govt.
James Richardson,
Chief Economist, National Infrastructure Commission

Other speakers
Dr Sue O’Connell,
Chief Executive, Community Health Partnerships
Mark Thurston,
Chief Executive Officer, High Speed Two (HS2)
Toby Belsom,
Director – Investment Practices, Principles for Responsible Investment
Joachim Brandt,
Head of Electric and Autonomous Vehicles, Gemserv
Tom Corcut,
Deputy Director for Wholesale Markets, Ofgem
Graeme Cooper,
Project Director – EV, National Grid
Tara Davies,
Partner and Head of European Infrastructure, KKR
Elizabeth de Jong,
Policy Director, Freight Transport Association
Melissa Giordano,
Deputy Director, Mobile Infrastructure & Spectrum, Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS)
Vanessa Havard-Williams,
Partner, Global Head of Environment, Linklaters
Ruth Herbert,
Director of Strategy and Development, Low Carbon Contracts
Chris Jackson,
Head of Fleet Electric Vehicle Strategy, Centrica Mobility Ventures
David Lee,
Partner and Head of the Global Infrastructure Group, Allen & Overy
Nathan Marsh,
Chief Digital Officer, Costain
John Mayhew,
Head of Infrastructure Finance, M&G Investments
Patrick Mitchell,
Partner and Global Head of Infrastructure, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
Chris Moores,
Head of Planning, Crossrail 2, Transport for London
Mark Moreton,
Sales Director EMEA, NEC Energy Solutions
Henri Murison,
Director, Northern Powerhouse Partnership
Simon Newton,
Corporate Development Director, Moltex Energy
Perry Noble,
Infrastructure Partner, Federated Hermes
Jon Phillips,
Director, Corporate Affairs, Global Infrastructure Investor Association (GIIA)
Julia Prescot,
Co-founder and CSO, Meridiam Infrastructure, Commissioner, National Infrastructure Commission
Amar Qureshi,
Chief Executive Officer, Agilia Infrastructure Partners, and Member of the Infrastructure Forum’s RAB Working Group
Andy Rose,
Senior Adviser, Agilia
Carlos Sanchez,
Climate Resilience Finance Director, Willis Towers Watson
Marco Schweer,
Director, Sector Lead – Renewable Energy, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Europe
Adam Simmons,
Director, Future Road Investment Strategies, Highways England
James Stewart OBE,
Vice Chair, KPMG
Tom Sumpster,
Head of Infrastructure, LGIM Real Assets
Jim Totty PhD,
CFA, Managing Partner, Earth Capital
Barry White,
Chief Executive, Transport for the North
Candida Whitmill,
Managing Director, Penultimate Power UK

CICES 20% discount code: UKIF20CICES

Fees & Booking

Public Sector Fee:£495.00

Private Sector Fee:£795.00

Website: www.cityandfinancialconferences.com/UKInfrastructure20

Email: bookings@cityandfinancial.com

13th–14th July


Starts: 8:00am (13th July)
Ends: 6:00pm (14th July)

Pricing information

Please refer to organisers website for event fee