THIS FRIDAY: Book your free place at our planning and procurement webinar

The Infrastructure Intelligence Live series of events continues on Friday 6 November 2020 with a webinar looking at how planning and procurement reform can help deliver the nation’s infrastructure.

The UK economy has been badly shaken by Covid-19 and there will be more aftershocks to come. We need infrastructure investment to power the country’s recovery but, for that to happen, the right conditions for creating confidence, stimulating investment, and enabling projects to move forward will be crucial. 

Recent research has highlighted the imperative of certainty in the planning process and many in the industry argue that the importance of the right decision-making framework for infrastructure investment is more clearly needed than ever before. As the government pushes ahead with Project Speed, promising quicker delivery of projects up and down the country, this webinar will look at the role of planning and procurement reform in delivering the UK’s infrastructure, what needs to be done and how we make progress. 

Find out about the role that planning and procurement reform can play in delivering the nation’s infrastructure by attending this webinar, which is organised in association with our strategic partner, BECG. 

Planning and procurement reform – delivering the nation’s infrastructure
Friday 6 November at 11am

Andy Walker, Editor, Infrastructure Intelligence

Pauleen Lane, Professional Lead for Infrastructure, The Planning Inspectorate
James Hampson, Vice President, Major Programmes and Projects (Europe), Jacobs
Robbie Owen, Head of Infrastructure Planning and Government Affairs, Pinsent Masons LLP
Andrew Howard, Managing Director, BECG 

Click here to register for your free place to attend this webinar.

The Infrastructure Intelligence Live series of events is organised in association with our strategic partner, BECG

Click here to view details of all the events in the Infrastructure Intelligence Live series


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