Date(s) - 16/11/2016
Mary Ward House
The Thames estuary is a key development area of the capital where development has flourished in the last 30 years. The building continues with a huge amount of activity taking place at Battersea, Nine Elms, Canary Wharf and The Royal Docks, with plenty more to come.
The Thames Estuary Partnership (TEP) is to hold its Annual Forum which intends to address the issues (many of them conflicting) to do with development on the Thames and particularly its estuary, in a sustainable, ecological manner. TEP’s Forum theme for 2016 is Sustainable Development in the Thames Estuary.
London’s population could reach 11 million by mid-century. Drawn in by London’s economic prowess, its culture and status as an international city, this rising population will need homes, work, transport, roads, energy, healthcare, education and other services. Not an easy wish list especially if long term sustainability is to feature.
The 2016 Forum is being held at Mary Ward House, 5-7 Tavistock Place in Bloomsbury all day on Wednesday 16th November.
Speakers will include experts in planning and development to provide a commercial and a regulatory perspective on development on the river.
The programme starts at 10am with an opportunity to meet the exhibitors, followed by morning and afternoon themed discussions. The day finishes with a sponsor’s drinks reception from 4-5pm.
A hot lunch and refreshments throughout the day will be provided.
Reserve your ticket here