3 October 2019

at CentrEd at ExCeL, Royal Victoria Dock, 1 Western Gateway, London E16 1XL

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“The beginning of a new and bolder approach by this government to support the Thames Estuary”.
James Brokenshire, March 2019

The government announced a multimillion pound package of commitments to drive forward growth for the Thames Estuary. Ambitious plans are in place to create 1.3 million new jobs and generate an extra £190 billion for the local economy.

• What does this mean for you and developments you are involved in or considering?
• What new opportunities will it unlock?

In addition, the Greater London Authority, Essex County Council and Kent County Council have made significant progress in realising the Thames Estuary Production Corridor, boosting the regionís cultural and creative sector.

• How is that driving growth in the Thames Estuary?
• What does the area need to support this transformation?

Discover how you can participate in a new era for the Thames Estuary at the Thames Estuary Growth Day.

Programme 2019

08.30

Registration

09.10

Welcome from the chair - Mark Easton, home editor, BBC

09.15

What is new in the estuary?

Senior politicians from the GLA, county councils and local authorities will participate in a panel discussion, setting out their accomplishments during the past year, which have contributed to the growth of the Thames Estuary.

09.45

The future of the Thames Estuary

Presentations will focus on the long-term trends and development that will shape the Thames Estuary in the coming years and decades.

10.45

Break

11.00

Workshops in three streams in breakout rooms. Two back-to-back 40 minute sessions

12.30

Lunch

14.00

Infrastructure

What are the infrastructure improvements that will benefit the estuary? This session will focus on:

  • Crossrail to Ebbsfleet
  • Lower Thames Crossing
  • London City Airport
  • Port of London Authority

15.00

Housebuilders' panel

A panel debate between the senior decision makers from the region's largest housebuilders will form the final session of the day. Discussions will focus on how the private sector can do more to deliver affordable homes.

15.45

Drinks reception

16.30

End

*The organizers reserve the right to change the programme at no notice

PUBLIC SECTOR ATTENDEES 2018

PRIVATE SECTOR ATTENDEES 2018

  • 6AM Developments
  • Aitch Group
  • Ballymore
  • Barking and Dagenham College
  • Barking Riverside London
  • Barton Willmore
  • BBC
  • Be First
  • Berkeley Group
  • Berkeley Homes (North East London)
  • Berkeley Homes (South East London)
  • Bexley Co
  • BPE Group
  • BPTW
  • BuroHappold Engineering
  • Carroll Land & Environment
  • Common Place
  • Countryside
  • CRATE
  • Cripps
  • Design England
  • Durkan
  • English National Ballet
  • First Base
  • Galliard Homes
  • Galliford Try
  • Gleeds
  • Glenny
  • Golf and Leisure Experiences
  • Guildmore
  • Henley Homes
  • Higgins Construction
  • Hoare Lea
  • HTA
  • Iceni Projects
  • Intu
  • iSec
  • ISG
  • Jacobs
  • Jerram Falkus
  • Keepmoat
  • L&Q
  • Lambert Smith Hampton
  • LandAid
  • Locate In Kent
  • London City Airport
  • London Metropolitan University
  • London Port Authority
  • Lovell
  • Medway Norse
  • Metropolitan Workshop
  • MHS Homes
  • MidKent College
  • Mulalley
  • North Kent College
  • Nicholas Taylor & Associates
  • Opportunity South Essex
  • Pellings
  • Peter Brett Associates
  • Port of Tilbury London
  • RCKa Architects
  • Redrow
  • Rolfe Judd
  • Rooff
  • Sage Housing
  • Shurgard
  • Siemens
  • St George
  • St William
  • Swan
  • Telford Homes
  • Thames Gateway Kent Partnership
  • Thomas Sinden
  • Turnkey Regeneration
  • U + I Group
  • University of Kent
  • VolkerFitzpatrick
  • Wates Residential
  • Weston Homes
  • Willmott Dixon
  • WYG

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