The 8th annual conference for parking and property professionals


10 May 2018 - 15 Hatfields, London SE1 8DJ

Organised by:

Premier Sponsor:

Supported by:

Presented by:


Independent Transport Commission
Parking Matters
Landor LINKS
USL Structurecare JUstPark Local Transport Today

Welcome to Parking & Property 2018


Building the parking business model of the future

The annual Parking & Property event is the one day in the year when property, parking,  transport, technology and construction experts get together to explore the interaction between cars, people and places.

The day’s content has been programmed by Mark Moran, Editor of Parking Review in partnership with Nigel Williams, Managing Director of Parking Matters. 

This year we are pleased to present leading UK and international thinkers from the retail, transport, placemaking and connected car arenas, as well as key developers, parking operators, architects and technologists.

Parking & Property 2018 will focus on how property developers and parking operators are developing new business models that take account of changes in driver and customer behaviour, vehicle technologies, urban planning policies and the wider economy.


Parking & Property 2018 will look at the potential impact of a series of social, economic and technological trends on parking in city centres.

There will be presentations of new research into the commercial parking sector by leading business and real estate analysts, as well as insights into how data is powering a new relationship between motorists and parking providers.

The city centre ‘consumer offer’ is moving from one of retail to experience (eating, drinking, tourism, chilling etc.). The event will consider how changes in the use of urban space could see parking make way for retail, social space and housing. 

As shared, electric and autonomous vehicles become the norm, the form and function of remaining parking facilities in town and city centres will need to evolve. The day will examine how the way cars are powered and used could change how car parks are designed, used and managed in the future.

Parking & Property will also provide ample opportunities for delegates and speakers to check out innovative systems and services during refreshment breaks in the exhibition. The day ends with the Parking & Property Social, an informal networking reception.


Why attend?

Reason 1

Key areas of discussion at Parking & Property 2018 will be:

  • Retail parking 

  • Placemaking

  • Parking for connected and automated cars 

  • Planning for electric vehicles in car parks

  • Big Data and Open Data

Reason 2

The conference provides a forum for debate and the sharing of best practice among public and private sector car park operators, property developers, town and transport planners, construction companies and technology providers. 

Delegates will be able to network throughout the day and see the latest systems and services for the parking sector in the supporting exhibition.

Reason 3

The day’s content has been programmed by Nigel Williams, Managing Director of Parking Matters, in partnership with Mark Moran, Editor of Parking Review magazine.







Nigel Harris Managing Director Railway Consultancy Theo Thuis Mark Potter Max Crane-Robinson
Nigel Williams
Managing Director
Parking Matters
Roamy Valera
International Parking Institute (IPI)
Theo Thuis
Managing Director, Innovation
Q-Park NV
Mark Potter
Potter Church & Holmes Architects
Dr Michael Terrell
Chief Data Scientist
Max Crane-Robinson
Commercial Director
Peter Dijkhuis Stefania Belisaio Keith Williams Kat Hanna Hans Oortwijn
Peter Dijkhuis
Director Building Consultancy (Master Planning)
Stefania Belisario
Associate - Infrastructure
S&P Global Ratings
Keith Williams
Associate Director
Parking Matters
Kat Hanna
Insights Associate
Cushman & Wakefield
Bill Dunster
Hans Oortwijn
ICT Architect



09.10 Registration

Tea and coffee served in the exhibition area

09.45 Introduction and Welcome
Nigel Williams, Managing Director, Parking Matters

Session 1: A brave new world for parking


Parking & Property USA
Roamy Valera, Growth Strategist, NewTown Advisors, and Chairman, International Parking Institute (IPI) 

Understanding the impact of autonomous vehicles on commercial real estate
Kat Hanna, Insights Associate, Cushman & Wakefield

Emerging trends in the parking market
Stefania Belisario, Associate - Infrastructure, S&P Global Ratings

Panel: New business models for parking
This debate, led by Nigel Williams of Parking Matters, will see a range of parking management, property development, real estate investment professionals and consultants discuss how the sector will evolve to meet challenges such as:

  • The impact of new vehicle technologies 

  • The changing nature of car ownership and use

  • The effect of rising urban land values on parking as a business

  • The consequences of traffic reduction and air quality policies 

  • The impact of regulation of the parking sector

Tea and coffee in the exhibition


Session 2: Connected cars and smarter car parks


Disruptors: Live, work, play, move
Peter Dijkhuis, Director, Building Consultancy (Master Planning), CBRE 

How are city centre car parks evolving? 
Theo Thuis, Managing Director, Innovation, Q-Park NV 

What will the future car park look like? (A sneak preview)
Mark Potter, Director, Potter Church & Holmes Architects

How car parks could solve the housing crisis (and still remain car parks!)
Bill Dunster, Principal, ZEDfactory

Panel: The car park of the future
This panel debate, facilitated by Mark Moran, editor of Parking Review, will discuss themes such as:

  • When will Level 4 and Level 5 autonomous vehicles (AVs) start to appear on our roads?

  • Who will be liable when an AV goes wrong when parking?

  • Will car parks become shared mobility hubs?

  • Will car parks become EV charging stations?

  • How much will all this cost?

Lunch in the exhibition


Session 3: Driving the future: data, digital and personalised services


Data is the fuel that drives parking
Keith Williams, Associate Director, Parking Matters

Building a connected parking world: The National Parking Register
Hans Oortwijn, ICT Architect, RDW (Netherlands)

Data science and AI: smart solutions to parking problems
Dr Michael Terrell, Senior Data Scientist, JustPark

A shared route map to a smarter city
Max Crane-Robinson, Commercial Director, NCP

Networking: The Parking & Property Social

15:30 After conference drinks

An opportunity for conference delegates to discuss the day with speakers, colleagues and exhibitors over drinks and canapés.

(Programme subject to change)



Parking & Property attracts decision-makers and senior management from across the public and private sectors.
The event will be attended by:

  • Property developers and agents

  • Investors and facilities managers

  • Retailers

  • Local authorities

  • Airport operators

  • Rail companies

  • Hotel chains

  • Architects

  • Engineering consultants

  • Construction and refurbishment companies

  • Parking management companies

  • Parking equipment and technology suppliers

  • Town centre managers and placemakers

  • ITS consultants and transport policy-makers

  • Marketing experts

  • Automotive sector experts







First delegate

£350 + VAT

Each additional delegate

£190 + VAT

Book online now.

Conference queries:
Call 020 7091 7865




Why exhibit?

Parking and Property summits consistently attract key decision-makers involved in planning, designing, operating and managing the UK's car parks. Previous delegates include:

  • Operators and suppliers

  • City, metropolitan and regional agencies

  • Government and regulatory bodies

  • Developers, property managers, architects and urban designers

  • Engineering and construction companies

  • Retail service providers

  • Consultants and research institutes

  • Professionals working in transport planning, passenger transport and project management

This is a superb opportunity to meet, network and present your business as a key partner in their work.

Book a stand 

Exhibition packages include:

  • 3m x 2m table top area supplied with table, chairs, wi-fi and power supply

  • Company profile on the event website and in the show guide - 250 word text and logo

  • Up to 4 delegate places with full access to all seminars and conference activities

  • Leaflet insert in to all delegate packs

Price: £1,500 + VAT

Contact Jason Conboy to discuss further:

020 7091 7895 or email 



Previous exhibitors include...

USL StructureCare, Clearview Intelligence, Commend UK, Designa, JustPark, NCC, Nualight, NMG Print, ParkingEye, Q-Park, Smart Parking, Zenitel, ZZPS and many more.

Sponsorship opportunities 

To discuss sponsorship and supporter packages to enhance your branding and presence at Parking and Property 2018 including the opportunty to host delegates and/or to exhibit at the 8th Annual Parking & Property Conference please contact:

020 091 7895 or email


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Contact us

Delegate and booking enquiries:

Riannah Anglin


Tel:  020 7091 7865
Online booking

Exhibition and sponsorship enquiries:

Jason Conboy


Tel:  020 7091 7895


Accounts and invoice enquiries

Irina Cocks


Tel: 020 7091 7854

Parking & Property is organised by Landor LINKS

Organisers address:

Landor LINKS
Apollo House
359 Kennington Lane
SE11 5QY

Event venue:

15 Hatfields

Landor LINKS

Landor LINKS

The 8th Annual Parking & Property Summit is organised by Landor LINKS.

Landor LINKS is an agency internationally respected for both its knowledge and expertise across the transport and urban sectors, and its event organisation capabilities. Professionals depend on Landor LINKS for authoritative information, news and analysis, delivered through targeted events, international resource hubs such as and The Resource for Urban Development International (, and print titles such as the respected journals Local Transport Today, Parking Review, Placemaking, Better Places, Technology, Space and Place, as well as extensive and well-connected online and social media networks.

Landor LINKS has close connections with international thought-leaders from across the worlds of practice, policy-making, government, academia, research bodies, suppliers, consultants, contractors and service providers.

Get in touch with us by emailing 

 or calling 020 7091 7865.


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