Event Start:
26/06/19 17:00
Event End:
26/06/19 20:00
Location:
Offices of Addleshaw Goddard, Exchange Tower, 19 Canning Street, Edinburgh EH3 8EH
Event Summary:

IPFA UK: Edinburgh: Revolutionising the Rail Industry in Scotland


Things are changing in the Rail Industry and nowhere is this clearer than in Scotland. Moving towards better collaboration between the funders, users, Network Rail as infrastructure managers, the train operating companies and the freight operating companies, Scotland is starting to show the way with a new collaborative, devolved model of integrating rail travel with the local economy to generate growth. Listen to key stakeholders as they discuss how this operating model is working and how the rest of the UK can benefit from what has been learned so far in order to deliver a rail service the country requires and deserves. 

5.00pm Registration

5.30pm Welcome and Introduction  
Paul Hirst, Head of Transport, Addleshaw Goddard

5.40pm Panel Discussion
Moderated by: 
Paul Hirst, Head of Transport, Addleshaw Goddard
Andy Boak, Partner, Grant Thornton
Richie Hales, Director, Turner & Townsend infrastructure
Tim Burleigh, Head of External Relations, Eversholt Rail
Additional Speaker to be Confirmed

Question and Answer Session

6.40pm Closing Remarks

6.45pm IPFA Update

6.50pm Networking Session Kindly Hosted by Addleshaw Goddard 

Hosts

Organisation:
Addleshaw Goddard

Fees

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