Simon Lawrence - Infrastructure and Project Authority
Published annually, the National Infrastructure and Construction Pipeline details planned infrastructure and construction investment across the public and private sectors.
This talk will give you an overview of current planned and projected investment (both public and private) across infrastructure and construction over the next 10 years. Additionally, it will discuss the UK’s record of delivering projects and programmes since 2010; and the role of the IPA as part of the wider infrastructure system to ensure the effective delivery of future projects and programmes.
Peter Searle - Searle Management Consulting
Construction is like no other sector. It is highly fragmented and impacted severely by economic cycles. Every project is unique in terms of the people working on it and the location. Yet despite these features, clients tender the work and award it to the lowest bidder, which leads to slender margins all round. This talk will explain a proven method of how to secure only work which is profitable.
Florence Hubert - Bank of England Deputy Agent for Central Southern England
Florence will discuss the current UK economic conditions, the Monetary Policy Committee’s expectations for the likely future path for GDP growth and CPI inflation and the Committee’s decision for Bank Rate and the stock of purchased assets financed by quantitative easing. Following the presentation, Florence will be delighted to take questions about the outlook for the UK economy and the Bank of England more widely.
Neil Edwards, CEO - Builders' Conference
A transparent review of new construction contracts in the South East Region as well as Nationally so far in 2019 and how will the sector react following Brexit.
The Big Debate Chaired by Allan Wilen, Glenigan
A panel of experts debate what challenges the construction industry will be facing in the near future, including:
Chief Executive - Marshall Tufflex
Senior Innovation Lead
Innovate UK - Transforming Construction ISCF