TEP Annual Forum 2018

Date(s) - 14/11/2018
10:00 am - 5:00 pm



Wednesday 14th November 2018

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This year’s Annual Forum will be held at 15Hatfields – Situated near London’s South Bank they are Central London’s most sustainable venue! 

15Hatfields, Chadwick Court, London, SE1 8DJ 



Sir John Armitt, Chair of the National Infrastructure Commission and former Chair of the Thames 2050 Growth Commission will be joining us as the Keynote Speaker

For centuries, the Thames has been at the heart of London’s prosperity and has made an invaluable contribution to the lives of its inhabitants.The city’s landscape is ever-changing. There is an increasing need for housing, transport and other infrastructure to cater to our constantly growing population and the impacts of climate change which are already upon us. Technology has changed almost all aspects of our lives and Brexit is throwing up its own challenges. How we deal with all these challenges will determine how we prepare the Thames for the future. 

How do we use the river to shape a better quality of life in the capital?

How do we integrate land with marine planning when development continues to be focused on the tidal Thames?

How do we recruit, develop and retain a workforce for an inclusive city?

By bringing together the most influential and inspiring speakers and audiences from diverse fields, we will ask questions, discuss the challenging issues, look for aligned interests and strive for a positive consensus.

This is your chance to get your voice heard in this essential discussion and help shape the future of the Thames.

10% discount available to those who take up membership on the same day! Email meghna.shah@ucl.ac.uk for more information. 

Draft programme available here.

Accommodation details can be found here.

Details on how to get to 15Hatfields.

Click to view our sponsorship packages: 2018 Sponsorship Rates

For further information please contact Meghna Shah: meghna.shah@ucl.ac.uk

Click here to view last year’s agenda and here to read about how it went.