The Infrastructure Forum bring together the key players in infrastructure, whether investors, operators, contractors, economic regulators or professional advisors. It has become the meeting place for confidential and constructive discussion about ways to promote the development of infrastructure networks in the UK and to broaden the range of options available to policymakers and regulators.
The expertise of its team, the knowledge and experience of its specialised working groups, and its excellent trusted relationships with public authorities and agencies in the UK and internationally all contribute to its effectiveness.
UPCOMING POLICY DISCUSSIONS
The Infrastructure Forum Advisory Council Dinner
Special Guest: Huw Pill, Chief Economist, Bank of England
Royal Automobile Club
89 Pall Mall
St James's, London
Monday 23 May 2022
1800 until 2100
The Infrastructure Forum's Advisory Council meeting, being held on Monday 23 May 2022, will give Forum supporters an opportunity to explore developments in, and plan future work, for some critically important areas including private investment in energy, utility and other infrastructure sectors; and to discuss our work in shaping the taxation, planning and procurement systems.
Our speaker and dinner guest, Huw Pill, who is a member of the Bank's Monetary Policy Committee, was previously Chief European Economist at Goldman Sachs and before that worked at the European Central Bank in Frankfurt. Huw has been a member of the faculty at Harvard Business School and was educated at Oxford and Stanford.
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NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING REFORM
PLANNING WORKING GROUP
The Infrastructure Forum Planning Working Group has responded to the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities consultation on National Infrastructure Planning Reform.
The Working Group which has consulted on this response is chaired by James Good, Partner in the Planning and Zoning Department at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP. The group includes representatives from across the infrastructure sector, within both the public and private sectors and includes a number of experts in major infrastructure planning, all with particular knowledge of the Nationally Significant Infrastructure Planning Regime.