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March 14, 2022

Any new development needs an appropriate level of transport infrastructure. It makes sense, therefore, for the two to be planned together - but how good are we at doing that?

Should transport infrastructure be designed - and delivered - so as to unlock development sites? Or should new development be focussed where there is already good transport infrastructure?

And who should pay for it all - the government, landowners, local authorities or developers?

In this webinar, which formed part of the Built Environment Network's "Transport Unlocking Development Conference", our managing director, Paul Smith, set out to answer those questions and many others alongside other industry experts including:

  • Phil Laycock, Director, Built Environment Networking
  • Karla Jakeman, Connected Transport Innovation Lead, Innovate UK
  • Erin Walsh, Director of Built Environment, Connected Places Catapult
  • Darryl Murphy, Managing Director – Head of Infrastructure, Aviva Investors
  • Jon Loveday, Director of Infrastructure, Enterprise and Growth, Infrastructure Projects Authority

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