The Thames Estuary Partnership Annual Forum - Sustainable Development on the Thames

29th September 2016

One of our key partners on the tidal Thames, The Thames Estuary Partnership will be holding their annual forum, focusing on -
Sustainable Development on the Thames
Wednesday 16th November – 9am to 5pm
Mary Ward House, 5-7 Tavistock Place, WC1H 9SN

London’s population could reach 11 million by mid-century. Drawn in by London’s economic opportunities, its culture and its status as an international city, this rising population will need homes, employment, transport, energy, healthcare, education and a range of other services.The river Thames is a prime development area with huge amount of building work already taking place at Nine Elms, Battersea and at Canary Wharf. We want to address issues around rapid and extensive development on the Thames, which is why our theme is Sustainable Development on the river.

Event Programme
Speakers will include experts in planning and development to provide a commercial and a regulatory perspective on development on the river.
Keynote speakers:
Anthony Pidgley CBE, Chairman Berkeley Group
UCL Professor Peter Rees CBE, Professor of Places and City Planning at the Bartlett Institute
Piers Gough CBE, Partner CZWG Architects

Registration starts at 9am with an opportunity to meet the exhibitors, followed by morning and afternoon themed discussions and finishing with a sponsor’s drinks reception from 4-5pm. A hot lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the day.
Reserve your ticket: on Eventbrite and search for TEP Annual Forum 2016 – Sustainable Development on the Thames

To learn more about the work TEP does, how to become a member and for more information on this event, please visit
Thames Estuary Partnership



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