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FOUR WEEKS TO GO | Connected Future Cities

Book your tickets now to network with development, energy and transport professionals, and hear from market-leaders on how to futureproof schemes in the face of digital, energy, and mobility innovations.

In partnership with CMS, this half-day event on 28 March will feature Uber, Arup, Bruntwood and Peel, discussing the technologies revolutionising infrastructure in our cities, including 5G, energy storage, and electric and autonomous vehicles.

Cities are changing and upgrading faster than ever, and the Connect Future Cities conference will highlight the main trends coming forward, and how property professionals can take advantage of the opportunities.

Hear from:

James Kelly, head of cities for the North, Uber

Bev Taylor, head of energy, Bruntwood

Giles Perkins, head of smart mobility, WSP

Ben Haddock, transport associate, Arup

Kristy Duane, head of infrastructure, CMS

Eleanor Lane, partner, CMS

Dr Somayeh Taheri, chief executive, UrbanChain

Tony Smith, commercial strategy manager, Peel Gas & Oil

Simon Navin, head of innovation programmes, Ordnance Survey

Tim Wynn-Jones, head of energy solutions, Good Energy, working with Honda

Chaired by Jessica Middleton-Pugh, editor, Place North West

More than 150 attendees are expected, and companies signed up so far include Harlex Property, BDP, Buro Happold, Cundall, CBRE, Henry Boot, Wardell Armstrong, GIA, Tameside Council, University of Manchester, Turley, Prime Transport Planning, Mott Macdonald, Tatton Group and TSK.

The conference will take place on Thursday 28 March at the Science & Industry Museum in Manchester, running from 8am until midday with further networking over lunch.

Tickets are £60+VAT and include all refreshments.

Click here to book your place now

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