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Guests of Honour: Sir Edward Lister, Chief of Staff and Deputy Mayor, Policy and Planning, Mayor’s Office, London; Stephen Dance, Head of Infrastructure Delivery, Infrastructure UK, HM Treasury and Michèle Dix, Managing Director, Planning, Transport for London (TfL)
With pressure from a growing population, delegates at this seminar will consider priorities and challenges for implementing the Mayor's upcomingLondon Infrastructure Plan 2050, which is currently out for consultation, and next steps for infrastructure in London, across areas including transport, roads, energy, water, sewerage and housing.
Further sessions will focus on the impact of national policy, with the 2014 National Infrastructure Plan due out in December, as well as the key issues surrounding green belt development and new towns.
At this early stage we are delighted to be able to include keynote addresses from Sir Edward Lister, Chief of Staff and Deputy Mayor, Policy and Planning, Mayor's Office, London; Stephen Dance, Head of Infrastructure Delivery, Infrastructure UK, HM Treasury; Michèle Dix, Managing Director, Planning, Transport for London (TfL); Paul Harwood, Director, Strategy and Planning, South, Network Rail;Councillor Clyde Loakes, Board Member, London Waste and Recycling Board and Chair, North London Waste Authority; David Luetchford, Head of Cable Tunnels, National Grid; Daniel Moylan, Aviation Adviser to the Mayor of London; Andrew Mitchell, Chief Executive, Thames Tideway Tunnel; Chet Patel, Managing Director, Wholesale Markets, BT Group and Sandra Roebuck, Assistant Director, Neighbourhoods and Investment, Lambeth Council.
Léan Doody, Associate Director and Smart Cities Lead, Arup; Professor Peter Head, Executive Chair, Ecological Sequestration Trust and Dianna Neal, Head of Economy, Culture and Tourism, London Councils have also agreed to speak.
Baroness Valentine, Chief Executive, London First and Steve O'Connell AM, Deputy Chair, Planning Committee, London Assembly have kindly agreed to chair this seminar.
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The time has come; Alaska Wind Farm is going to Committee. This project is one of THE opportunities for Dorset to contribute to renewable energy production in the County and coming Tuesday, Purbeck District Council is going to make the decision whether or not to approve the plans. If you feel this project should get the go ahead, please come along to the meeting and be part of the supporting audience. There is a lot of support out there and it is important for the Councillors to see that for themselves! Your attendance would be greatly appreciated.
Please see below the details of the meeting:
Tuesday 30th November 2010 from 7pm onwards
The Purbeck School
If you would like to come along, please be there a little earlier as the venue has limited seating.
Professor David Strong gave this presentation at the "Decarbonising Your Business - the Compelling Business Case" ASP Learning Event on 20th October 2010.
The full presenation (PDF) can be downloaded via the "Download attachments" below...
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