The battle over the importance of infrastructure has been won. The key now will be how the UK’s future infrastructure will integrate communities and allow them to take advantage of the opportunities they open up. ACE’s 2014 Annual Conference explores these key challenges and opportunities, investigating the ways in which infrastructure will link people with jobs, training, and resources if the UK is to succeed. Sessions will look at this from the transport and utilities angles, as well as how the Devolved Nations and Regions are tackling this subject.
Theme: Integrating Infrastructure, Shaping our Future
Date: Wednesday 21 May 2014
Venue: Marriott Grosvenor Square
Price: CIC members receive discount rate of £150 per person, please click here and quote PARTNER/CIC2014 to be eligible.
Keynote:’No stone unturned’, report author Rt Hon Lord Michael Heseltine will cover everything from localism, the future of the city, encouraging regeneration and development, and devolving the responsibility and the means for rebalancing the economy away from the South East.
Other speakers: Alison Munro, chief executive HS2; Graham Dalton, chief executive, Highways Agency; Mike Putnam, co-chair, Green Construction Board; Professor David Mosey, Kings College London and Sir Neville Simms, Chairman Thames Tunnel
For more information please visit www.acenet.co.uk/annualconference