19 MAY 2014

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Article from BTNews 19 MAY 2014

Runway’s UK – More

With a whole day conference planned at The Guildhall, London, on 26 June, Runways UK have fitted in an afternoon session on Monday 2 June to explore the implications of the runway schemes under consideration by the Airports Commission for the property sector.  The late June event (see BTN 12 May) concentres of the property aspects of the schemes highlighted by the Airports Commission, whilst this new one will look at surface connections and transport.

Attendees will hear from the Airports Commission on how they will be appraising the surface access elements of the updated proposals, from TfL and Network Rail on their planning for these developments and from each of the scheme promoters who will present the surface access elements of their newly updated designs.

Confirmed speakers include:

Oliver Mulvey, Airports Commission
Michael Schabas, Partner FCP, Transport Consultant
Michèle Dix, Managing Director of Planning, Transport for London
Paul Harwood, Principal Network Planner, Network Rail
Julia Gregory, Head of Airport Development, Gatwick Airport Ltd
Simon Earles, Head of Surface Access Strategy, Heathrow Airport Ltd
Mark Bostock, Director, Heathrow Hub Ltd
Huw Thomas, Partner, Foster + Partners  (Isle of Grain)

Venue is Pinsent Mason, 30 Crown Place, Earl Street, London EC2A 4ES
www.runwaysuk.com/surface/book-tickets

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