Base London 2014, Guildhall, 26 June
Risk, resilience and opportunity in a future-proof London
London's infrastructure is under pressure. Over the next decade its population is expected to increase by a million; and by a further two million by the middle of the century...
Base London offers a potent mix of the strategic big picture, together with the practical information that will help your business benefit in the here and now. We will cover both London's long-term needs with respect to housing, transport and energy, drawing in particular upon the direction of travel coming from the Mayor's impending Infrastructure Investment Plan; and the more immediate delivery of regeneration and development opportunities at a borough level.
Base London 2014, the fifth anniversary event, forms an integral part of the Tomorrow's City programme; a series of activities underpinning the current Lord Mayoral term that seeks to explore how London can continue to be as successful in the future as it has in the past.
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Daisy McAndrew, economics editor, ITV News | Fiona Woolf, Lord Mayor of London | Dr Gerard Lyons, chief economic adviser to the Mayor of London | Rt Hon Dame Tessa Jowell MP, former Minister for London | Sir David King, chair, Future Cities Catapult | Dr William Hynes, director, Future Analytics Consulting | Mark Weil, chief executive, Marsh UK | Professor Jeremy Watson, policy managing director, Willis | Keith Clarke, former chief executive, Atkins | Noel Morrin, senior vice president, Skanska AB | David Glover, chief executive, Global Building Engineering, AECOM | Michele Dix, managing director of planning, TfL | David Lunts, executive director of Housing and Land, GLA | Basil Scarsella, chief executive officer, UK Power Networks | Ken Shuttleworth, founder, Make Architects | Christian Wolmar, independent travel commentator | Rob Leak, chief executive, Enfield Council | Julia Moulder, chair G15 development directors group | Ken Livingstone, former Mayor of London | Stanley Johnson, former MEP, author and environmental campaigner | Richard McCarthy, executive director, Capita | Jeremy Leggett, Chair, Carbon Tracker Initiative | David Picton, chief sustainability officer, Carillion | Chris Fry, director, Temple Group | Helen Fisher, programme director, Vauxhall Nine Elms