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14th Annual Rail Stations and Property Summit organised by Landor LINKS

Rail-Led Developments: A Catalyst for Growth
Programme - Rail-Led Developments: A Catalyst for Growth
09.00
Registration Tea and Coffee

09.30
Introduction and Welcome from plenary chair,
Philip Beer, Partner, Burges Salmon

09.40
The benefits of HS2's collaborative approach to design: maximizing the growth opportunities at stations'
Laura Kidd, Client Architect, HS2 Ltd

10.05
Crossrail
Sam Richards, Head of Urban Integration, Crossrail

10.30
Network Rail
Resurgence of the railway as a popular mode of transportation and its role in modern city living
Network Rail's approach to property development (Case Studies)

David Biggs, Director of Property, Network Rail

  • Collaborating with partners
    Solum: Epsom, Redhill, Haywards Heath
  • Capitalising on rail projects
    Manchester First Street and London Bridge
  • Working with the wider rail industry
    Newcastle station

10.55
Questions and discussion

11.10
Morning Tea and Coffee served in the exhibition area
Stream Two: Development Case Studies

Part I: Stations as Income Generators

11.40
Income beyond the barriers - The future of TfL's Non-fare Income. Smarter retailing, advertising and sponsorship & naming rights
Graeme Craig, TfL's Commercial Development Director

11.55
Stations: Hubs of activity and connectivity
Stephen Ames, Commercial Director, Travel Point Trading

Part II: New Station Openings - agents for change

12.10
Leeds case study - Apperley Bridge and Kirkstall Forge.
David Hoggart, Director, Development, METRO and Jon Kenny, Commercial Estates Group Ltd

12.25
Cambridge Science Park, Case Study
Chris Poultney, Team Leader, Public Transport projects and Adrian Shepherd, Cambridgeshire County Council

12.40
Questions & Discussion
Stream One: Developing Railway Stations and Property Infrastructure, Development and Finance

11.40
LEP's Regional Regeneration and the Regional Growth Fund: The East West Route
Michael Garvey, Infrastructure Leed , Buckinghamshire (Thames Valley) LEP , Board member Buckinghamshire Local Transport Board

12.00
Unlocking Development Potential
Philip Beer, Partner, Burgess Salmon

12.20
HS2 Stations. Location, development and property considerations: lessons from China
Dr. Ying Jin, Fellow and Director of Studies, Robinson College, Cambridge




12.40
Questions and discussion
12.50
Networking Lunch: Served in the exhibition area

14.10
Afternoon keynote
Matt Lovering, Partner, Credo Consulting

A strategic overview: How rail demand is growing, how does this link to property development and how can developers and the rail industry work together to stimulate investment, unlock opportunities and manage demand
Steam Two: Station Development and the Franchise Bid Process

14.30
Franchising as a fuel for regeneration
Mark Rose, Stations Policy Advisor, Department of Transport

14.40
The development opportunities of devolving rail
Michael Sasse, Rail Technical Adviser, Metro

14.50
Engaging with what passengers really want
David Sidebottom, Acting Chief Executive, Passenger Focus

15.30
Questions and discussion
Stream One: Unlocking major property developments

14.30
Old Oak Common - TfL proposing to establish a Mayoral Development Company (MDC)
Sir Edward Lister, Chief of Staff and Deputy Mayor, Policy and Planning, Greater London Authority


14.50
How do you calculate and capture the benefits of growth?
Keith Mitchell, Chairman, PBA and Chair, National Infrastructure Planning Association


15.10
What an operator can bring to development
Jeremy Long, CEO European Business, MTR

15.30
Questions and discussion
15.40
Networking reception



Published programme subject to change
Supported  by:
Sponsored by:
PTEG
Local Transport Today Modern Railways
National Infrastructure Planning Association
Contributors:
Department for Transport
Crossrail1a
Greater London Authority
HS2a1 Passenger Focus
Network Rail
The Rail-Led Developments Summit is organised by Landor LINKS. Published programme may be subject to change.

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