Venue
Stadium MK - Virtual
Stadium MK - Virtual, Stadium Way W, Bletchley, Milton Keynes MK1 1ST, UK

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Event Date Tue Nov 16 CET - Wed Nov 17 CET (7 months ago)
In your timezone (EDT): Tue Nov 16 3:00am - Wed Nov 17 10:00am
Location Stadium MK - Virtual
Stadium Way W, Bletchley, Milton Keynes MK1 1ST, UK
Region EMEA
Details

Engaging in the region, primed to deliver clean, sustainable growth, working to deliver billions worth of development projects ranging from East West Rail to creating hundreds of major mixed use schemes are all set to be discussed as part of Built Environment Networking’s 4th annual Oxford-Cambridge Arc Economic Growth and Development conference. 2022 is set to be a key year for the region which will see the creation of an Arc spatial framework.

Our event brings the key decision makers, policy influencers, public sector stakeholders, developers, investors and infrastructure experts under one roof to talk about their forthcoming projects and issue a call to arms for support in their delivery.

Our event brings the key decision makers, policy influencers, public sector stakeholders, developers, investors and infrastructure experts under one roof to talk about their forthcoming projects and issue a call to arms for support in their delivery.

Topics to be discussed include:
• Building greener, better homes
• Fuelling economic growth
• Propelling the Arc on a global platform
• Catalyst’s ambitious housing plans for the Arc
• 1m new homes across the Arc
• England’s Economic Heartland’s transport strategy
• AstraZeneca’s £1bn R&D centre masterplan
• Multi-million net zero rail schemes in the OxCam Arc
• Hill’s 8.64 acre Canalside development
• CPCA £1.6bn + of development being lead
• Summix Capital’s 15,000 South Oxfordshire plan
• Grosvenor’s 3500 home delivery plan across the Arc
• Delivering sustainable and accessible infrastructure
• How to strengthen investor/developer confidence
• England’s Economic Heartland’s transport strategy
• Sladen Estates’ development plans in Bicester
• The East West Rail project pipeline
• Platform Housing’s ambitious development pipeline
• First Base and their £345m pipeline of development
• Harwell Campus 5 million sq ft of new development
• Homes England’s role in delivering 1m new homes
• UK Regeneration’s 1,500 home garden village project
• Wellcome Genome Campus 1.6m sq ft expansion.
• £1.5bn Luton Investment & Development Framework

Speakers

2021 Speakers

Emma Cariaga
Joint Head of the Canada Water Development & Head of Residential at British Land

Dr Paul Leinster CBE
Chief Executive of the Environment Agency and a senior advisor to UK

Olaide Oboh
Director, First Base

Peter Kelly
Group Director of Sustainable Operations, ISG

Jo Lewington
Chief Environment and Sustainability Officer, Network Rail

Alex Robinson
Development Director, Grosvenor

Rachel Wood
Managing Director, Sladen Estates

Nick Roberts
Property Director, Santander

Naomi Green
Interim Director, England’s Economic Heartland

Joe Marshall
Managing Director, New Homes (Counties)

Barbara Ghinelli
Director, Clusters, Harwell Campus

Professor Alistair Fitt
Vice Chancellor, Oxford Brookes University

Sarah Greenwood
Head of Strategic Growth, Homes England

Dr Andy Williams
Vice President, Cambridge Programme & Strategy, AstraZeneca

Sian Nash
Associate Chief Operating Officer, Wellcome Genome Campus

Cllr Pete Marland
Leader, Milton Keynes Council

Roz Bird
Commercial Director, MEPC Silverstone Park

Greg Hill
Deputy Chief Executive, Hill Group

Clare Maltby
Director: England Midlands and East, Sustrans

David Williams
Commercial Director, Harwell Campus

Professor Lynette Ryals OBE
Chief Executive, Milton Keynes University

Paul Thomas
Director of Planning and Placemaking, Milton Keynes Council

Professor Rebecca Bunting
Vice Chancellor, University of Bedfordshire

Gerraint Oakley
Executive Director Growth and Development, Platform Housing Group

Hilary Chipping
Chief Executive, South East Midlands LEP

Professor Nick Petford
Vice Chancellor, University of Northampton

Verity MacMahon
Land Director, East Midlands, Vistry Group

William Donger
Managing Director, Thomas White Oxford

Nicola Sawford
Chair, Milton Keynes Development Partnership

Simon Blanchflower
Chief Executive, East West Rail

Sarah Potter
Partner, BDB Pitmans

Andrew Taylor
Group Planning Director, Countryside Properties

Claire Wansbury
Associate Director of Ecology: Infrastructure, ATKINS

Steve Cox
Executive Director, Place & Economy, Peterborough City Council & Cambridgeshire County Council

Heather Pugh
Partner, David Lock Associates

Peter Breach
Chairman, Hawksworth Securities

Oksana Price
Senior Associate, BDB Pitmans

David Allatt
Assistant Director, Transport Strategy and Network Management, Cambridgeshire County Council

Emily Slupek
Project Director & Science Sector Lead, Buro Four

Nigel Tipple
Chief Executive, Oxfordshire LEP

Greg Mitchell
Executive Planning Director, Summix Capital

Mike Derbyshire
Head of Planning, Bidwells

Sam Bryant
Director, Cass Allen Associates

Patrick McMahon
Senior Partner, Bidwells

Amanda Griffiths
Director, Built Environment Networking

Dominic Donnini
Associate Director, CPC Project Services

Sponsors & Partners

2021 Partners

NATIONAL PARTNER:
• Willmott Dixon

NATIONAL FRAMEWORK PARTNER:
• Pagabo

NATIONAL BADGE PARTNER:
• Newforma

CORE PARTNERS:
• CLS Risk Solutions
• Wates Construction
• Dac Beachcroft

EXHIBITOR PARTNERS:
• Celtic enGlobe
• New Era
• Mid Group
• PML
• Ardent
• Bluesky
• Restore Harrow Green
• Maber
• Bulb

CORPORATE PARTNER:
• Bidwells

SESSION PARTNER:
• EWR Alliance
• David Lock Associates
• BDB Pitmans
• CPC
• ISG
• Buro Four

BEST PRACTICE SESSION PARTNER:
• Cass Allen

OUTPUT REPORT PARTNER:
• Bouygues

PROGRAMME PARTNER:
• Concilio

VIP DINNER PARTNER:
• RentPlus

EMAIL PARTNER:
• WWA

LUNCH PARTNER:
• City Fibre