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Tomorrow’s Transport and Infrastructure

Tuesday, 4th July 2023 0800hrs – Wednesday, 5th July 2023 1600hrs

The Custard Factory, Birmingham

Tomorrow’s Transport and Infrastructure is the new INDUSTRY LEADING destination event for thought leaders and c-suite decision makers from across TRANSPORT, DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE, ENERGY, UTILITIES, and REGENERATION to come together and share ideas, innovation and forthcoming projects which are targeted to unlock development, economic growth and enable business across the UK.

You should be at this event to:

  • Hear about dozens of new planned rail, roads, flood prevention and energy projects totalling billions of pounds
  • Understand national and devolved policy challenges and opportunities
  • Meet with international investors who are enabling game changing infrastructure projects
  • Explore current and emerging procurement practices and help your company win work easier
  • Unpick cutting edge sustainability, ESG and digital focused projects being pioneered in the sector
  • Learn how the public and private sector are collaborating to unlock new ways of delivery
  • Take advantage of pre-arranged, facilitated meetings supported by the Built Environment Networking team

Join hundreds of developers, infrastructure organisations, framework operators, policy makers and asset owners for a mixture of thought leadership and exclusive sector announcements guaranteed to improve your company’s chances of futureproofing a pipeline of projects.

Some of the organisations to have already secured their attendance include:

This exciting new event has a multitude of stages and activities throughout the day to facilitate new commercially rewarding connections, stimulate discussion, enhance knowledge sharing and improve the delivery of transport and infrastructure across the UK. The content will take place in number areas of The Custard Factory:

Main Stage @ The Old Library

09:30 – 10:30

Transforming Transport and Futureproofing Infrastructure – Key Steps for Growing Business Opportunity, Improving Placemaking and Delivering a Sustainable UK

This session explores the synergy between investing in resilient transport and infrastructure projects and unlocking major regeneration across the country. Delegates are joined by senior voices to contemplate balancing the drive for efficiency, meeting the net zero challenge and being the fulcrum to national economic growth.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

Jon Loveday – Director of Infrastructure, Enterprise and Growth , Infrastructure Projects Authority

The Cinema Stage

10:00 – 11:00

Water Sector Deep Dive – Investing in Infrastructure, Improving Security, Maintaining Supply

With 50 million homes and business premises reliant on water supply daily, over £8bn per year is spent upgrading and maintaining critical infrastructure across the UK. This session brings together utilities experts, policy makers and environmental leaders to discuss where investment is most needed to keep the taps running efficiently over the coming years.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers Include:

Lila Thompson – Chief Executive, British Water

Roundtable Room

10:00 – 11:00

Cross Sharing Procurement Challenges and Opportunities Across Infrastructure Projects

This roundtable will bring together key stakeholders and voices who are planning and delivering major infrastructure projects to share knowledge on the challenges they are facing in the planning, funding, de-risking of their schemes and what lessons can be learned from projects delivered in major cities across the UK in time gone by.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

Gordon Pratt – Managing Director, Thames Gateway Tramlink

Main Stage @ The Old Library

11:00 – 12:00

Developing a Better User Experience for Transport

What is the role of investors, developers and operators in improving user experience across roads, rail, airports and ports? This session brings together sector leaders to discuss the challenges and upcoming innovations being used to support travel network users.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

Karen Heppenstall – Head of Rail, Midlands Connect

Main Stage @ The Old Library

13:00 – 14:00

Station Gateways as a Placemaker – How to Put Transport Infrastructure at the Heart Of Masterplanning

The success of redevelopment around Kings Cross station is proof of what can happen when multiple stakeholders collaborate to transform an urban centre. This panel brings together a range of organisations looking to use their town or city’s station gateway as a catalyst for investment, job creation and regeneration.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

Barry Jessup – Managing Director, Socius

Amanda Griffiths – Director, Built Environment Networking

Peter Elliott Transport for London

Peter Elliott – Head of Property Development, Transport for London

The Cinema Stage

13:00 – 14:00

A50/A500 Corridor – Unlocking the UK’s next big economic growth opportunity

With the potential to create 17,000 new jobs, develop 30,000 new homes and shorten journey times on the 90km between Stoke-on-Trent and Derby, significant investment is forthcoming between key public and private sector entities across this stretch of the Midlands. Delegates are joined by decision makers from across the A50/A500 corridor who will launch a series of new interventions aimed at supporting the region to reach its regeneration goals in the next decade.

This session is available to sponsor.

Roundtable Room

13:30 – 14:30

Defining and Delivering Future Mobility Projects

A best practice roundtable where transport and infrastructure leaders from across the country share ideas on how to change the way people move around their towns and cities.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers Include:

Ian MacLeod – Director of Planning, Transport and Sustainability, Birmingham City Council

Main Stage @ The Old Library

14:30 – 15:30

Infrastructure for a Climate Resilient UK

The UK’s infrastructure is coming under increasing strain from the effects of climate change and unprecedented investment is needed to futureproof it. This session unpicks key innovation and initiatives being rolled out across the country while also forecasting key interventions needed by government and the private sector in the coming years.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

Sarah Hayes – Strategic Director CReDo, Connected Places Catapult

James Heath – Chief Executive, National Infrastructure Commission

Dr Emily Wallace – Fellow in Weather, Climate Extremes and Impacts, Met Office

Main Stage @ The Old Library

09:30 – 10:30

Innovation in Transport – Future Tech and Ideas to Transform Mobility

Whilst traditional modes of transport continue to play a role in everyday life, global pressures and social habits are forcing places to adopt new ways of moving people and goods. This panel shares insights into some of the newest ideas being brought forward across the UK and how they can integrate with the current road, rail and active travel network.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers Include:

Raoul Tufnell – Chief Development Officer , Gridserve

Amanda Griffiths – Director, Built Environment Networking

Brad Miller – Managing Director Vertiports, UK & EMEA, Ferrovial Airports

Main Stage @ The Old Library

11:00 – 12:00

Clean Energy for Clean Regeneration

How can investors and developers strike the balance between delivering reliable green energy solutions to support development and affordable solutions which unlocks major regeneration projects? This session explores how local authorities, investors and developers are liaising with policy makers to circumnavigate potentially the biggest challenge to development in the UK.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

Alastair Evans – Director of Corporate & Government Affairs, Rolls Royce SMR

The Cinema Stage

11:00 – 12:00

Using Transport Hubs as Regeneration Enablers – Future Development Plans

This session explores the symbiotic relationship between investing in transport hubs and delivering wider commercial and residential development. From Garden Communities to the creation of new towns, delegates are joined by developers and investors who will share intel on new schemes being brought forward with transport at their heart in the next 8 years.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

Stephen Gasche – Public Transport Lead, Otterpool Park LLP

Julia Wallace – Senior Project Manager, Otterpool Park LLP

Main Stage @ The Old Library

13:00 – 14:00

The Devolution of Critical Transport Infrastructure

Would the UK see the delivery of better, more robust transport and infrastructure solutions if they became a devolved matter? This session will bring together thought leaders from regional transport bodies, national government and major asset owners to discuss the opportunities the devolution of transport would bring and how a more localised approach can help create a cohesive UK transport infrastructure network.

This session is available to sponsor.

Speakers include:

Sarah Spink – Strategic Partnerships Director, Midlands Connect

The main Custard Factory hall will have a unique mixture of meeting spaces and exhibition at the event – let us explain more.

Meeting Space

Set aside for numerous clients and end-users – these meeting spaces allow them to have a visible base for the two-day event, enabling the industry to speak to some of the key places, in addition to giving them access to accepting one-to-one meeting requests.

You will have the option to request a meeting via an online portal with housing developers and associations amongst others.

Those already confirmed with a meeting space include:

Exhibition

In addition to the meeting spaces the rest of the hall will be utilised for exhibitors to enable them to showcase their products and services to the client heavy audience.

Exhibition costs £1,750+VAT and includes two delegate tickets to the event – this package is for space only. If you’d like to find out more contact opportunities@built-environment-networking.com.

Exhibitors include:

For more information email opportunities@built-environment-networking.com or contact us on 0113 390 4700

Gain national and exposure and position your brand as a leader in the industry.

By sponsoring Tomorrow’s Transport and Infrastructure your organisation will receive powerful exposure amongst key business leaders, government officials, developers, framework providers and thousands of professionals from across the world. This event is set to become the UK’s leading forum for procurement within the construction, infrastructure and built environment industries.

We have various opportunities and packages dependant on your needs. Whether you’re looking to build brand awareness, source new leads or put your brand at the forefront of the industry – we have a package suitable to your needs.

Package Meeting Space Speaking Slots Event Tickets Dinner Tickets No. Packages Cost (+VAT)
CORPORATE PACKAGES
Platinum Partner Yes Yes 10 5 1 £15,000 View Details
Annual Partner Yes Yes Price on application View Details
SPACE ONLY PACKAGES
Event Bus Partner Yes 10 1 £10,000 View Details
Networking Square Partner Yes 4 1 £8,000 View Details
THOUGHT LEADERSHIP PACKAGES
Main Stage Session Partner Yes 4 10 £5,500 View Details
Cinema Stage Breakout Session Partner Yes 4 10 £5,000 View Details
Video Partner 6 4 1 £10,000 View Details
Report Partner 6 4 1 £10,000 View Details
Roundtable Partner Yes 2 2 10 £5,500 View Details
Bespoke Roundtable Partner Yes 2 2 10 £5,500 View Details
AWARD PACKAGES
Awards Event Partner Yes 4 10 1 £10,000 View Details
Individual Award Partner 2 5 12 £2,000 View Details
BRANDING PACKAGES
Programme Partner 2 2 1 £5,000 View Details
Quarter Programme Advert 16 £250 View Details
Half-page Programme Advert 16 £400 View Details
Full Page Programme Advert 16 £750 View Details
Inside Cover Page Partner 2 £1,000 View Details
Lanyard Partner 4 1 £5,000 View Details
Badge Partner 4 1 £5,000 View Details
Registration Partner 2 2 1 £2,250 View Details
Email Partner 2 2 1 £2,250 View Details
Social Media Partner 1 1 £3,000 View Details
Exhibition Package 1 £1,750 View Details
FRINGE EVENT PACKAGES
Fringe Event Promotion Partner 2 1 £1,500 View Details

Here are the full details of the packages available:

Platinum Partner

£15,000 (+VAT)

The conference will include the name of the Corporate Partner in the title of the event – i.e. ‘Tomorrow’s Transport and Infrastructure Conference in association with XXXX’ You will be a prominent and visual partner in addressing and supporting the challenges and opportunities within the event sector.

Benefits:

  • Conference Corporate Partner from date of signature up to event completion
  • Keynote of Day One of the conference
  • One chair position on the main stage or Best Practice slot at the event
  • Prime Branding on the website and at the event
  • Position on the Advisory Group
  • Double size Meeting space within the meeting area
  • Input into the post-event conference report
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Input into 365 conference activities
  • Access to the green rooms throughout the event
  • Ten delegate passes for the conference
  • Five places at the networking awards event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Social media – pre, during & post conference activity
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Annual Partner

Price on application

Become an annual partner for all or a selection of the Tomorrows Series Conferences with a bespoke package to meet your business needs. Chair main stage panel discussions, deliver thought leadership workshops or curate your own private roundtable with clients that the Built Environment Networking team can procure for you. This package comes with a dedicated private meeting space on site for you to conduct business development conversations with, including the ability to use our team’s expertise to facilitate introductions to target clients.

Build a package which spans the following products:

  • Main stage speaking slots
  • Develop a private round table with target clients
  • Sponsor or nominate for Tomorrow’s SeriesAwards
  • Tickets
  • On-site branding opportunities

Event Bus Partner

£10,000(+VAT)

Located in a prominent, stationary position outside the meeting space area. Bus is available for hire across the 2 days, giving partners a base to facilitate business meetings and networking opportunities whilst entertainng guests from a fully installed onboard bar.

Benefits:

  • 2 day hire to accommodate business activities led by the partner company
  • The bus comes complete with a fully-installed onboard bar and serving hatches (alcohol not included)
  • Make use of space outside the bus with furniture (at additional cost)
  • Branding on the event website and at the forum
  • Ten delegate passes for the event days of the forum
  • Additional two free delegate passes for event days of the forum for young people in your company under the age of 25
  • One half page advet in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event
  • Space only hire, branding of external magnetic panel at additional cost
  • 1 table at the awards night

Networking Square Partner

£8,000 (+VAT)

Sponsor the main outdoor networking area – a main square that connections all of the event stages and networking zones alongside the primary F&B zone. The square will be named after the Networking Square Partner – i.e. ‘XXXX’s Square’

Benefits:

  • Branding around the networking square – with ability to add brand flags and literature around the area
  • Four delegate passes for event days of the conference
  • Meeting space within the meeting area
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Main Stage Session Partner

£8,000 (+VAT)

Sponsor one of the main event sessions talking place in The Library – we will have a different session partner for each of the eight sessions.
Benefits:

  • Chair or Speaker position on your panel
  • Early engagement will enable potential input into the shaping of the panel and conversation
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Additional three pull-up stands on the stage during your conference session
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Four delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Cinema Stage Breakout Session Partner

£5,000 (+VAT)

Run your own dedicated best practice session within The Cinema Stage to showcase you company’s leadership and knowledge in the industry.
Benefits:

  • Run your own dedicated 30-minute session in the Cinema Stage Two Room – a specialist area dedicated to showcaswing best practice and thought leadership for up to 30 people
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Additional three pull-up stands on the stage during your conference session
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Four delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Video Partner

£10,000 (+VAT)

This Partner will provide a video that will be played when each main stage session starts and ends.

Benefits:

  • Creation and branding of the conference video
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Six delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • Four places at the Awards event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Report Partner

£10,000 (+VAT)

Prime branding on the Tomorrow Series Output Report.

Benefits:

  • Main braning on the Report
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • A second foreward along with a 2-page editorial within the report
  • Four delegate passes for event days of the conference
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Your logo will be displayed on the event page of the report
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Roundtable Partner

£5,500 (+VAT)

Sponsor one of our pre-created roundtable discussions – where circa 10 individuals will join us to discuss selected topics, allowing you to build rapport with potential clients.

Benefits:

  • Sponsor one of our pre-created roundtable discussions with high-level client speakers
  • Two spaces on the roundtable for your attendees to join
  • Potential to help shape the conversation and seed others to the roundtable discussion
  • Add literature onto the roundtable
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • Two places at the Awards event
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Bespoke Roundtable

£5,500 (+VAT)

Create your own roundtable discussion – where circa 10 individuals can join you to discuss your own selected topic of conversation.

Benefits:

  • Hire the roundtable room to host your own dedicatedroundtable discussion
  • Ownership of the roundtable conversation and speakers
  • Potential to help shape the conversation and seed others to the roundtable discussion
  • Add literature onto the roundtable
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • Two places at the Awards event
  • One half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Awards Event Partner

£10,000 (+VAT)

You will be the main partner of the Awards event.

Benefits:

  • Prominent branding at the Awards event
  • Ten tickets at the Awards event
  • Keynote at the Awards event
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Four delegate passes for event days of the conference
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Individual Award Partner

£2,000 (+VAT)

Sponsor one of the awards – joining the judging panel and the ability to present the award on the day.

Benefits:

  • Branding at the Awards event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included in the main event programme
  • Five tickets to the Awards event
  • A seat on the judging panel (of the respective award category)
  • Sponsorship of one of the awards including award presentation
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Two delegate passes for event days of the conference
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Programme Partner

£5,000 (+VAT)

This package provides branding on the cover of the forum printed programme.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the official event programme given to all delegates at the event
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • Two places at the Awards event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Quarter Programme Advert

£250 (+VAT)

Quarter page advert within the event programme.

Half-page Programme Advert

£400 (+VAT)

Half-page advert within the event programme.

Full Page Programme Advert

£750 (+VAT)

Full page advert on the inside front cover of the event programme.

Full Page (Inside Front Cover)

£1,000 (+VAT)

Full page advert on the inside front cover of the event programme.

Full Page (Inside Back Cover)

£1,000 (+VAT)

Full page advert on the inside back cover of the event programme.

Lanyard Partner

£5,000 (+VAT)

This package will see your logo appear on the lanyard alongside the Tomorrow’s Series logo – given to every attendee, speaker and sponsor at the event.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Four delegate passes for event days of the conference
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Badge Partner

£5,000 (+VAT)

This package will see your logo appear on the name badge given to every attendee, speaker and sponsor which will be worn and scanned throughout the two day event.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Four delegate passes for event day of the conference
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Registration Partner

£2,250 (+VAT)

This package will see you brand the registration area of the event – the area where all delegates will pass through to collect their passes and the main entrance to the event area.

  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • Two places at the Awards event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Email Partner

£2,250 (+VAT)

This package provides prime branding above the fold on all marketing emails promoting the event.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Ability to run a fringe event to be included on the main event programme
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • Two places at the Awards event
  • One full page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Social Media Partner

£3,000 (+VAT)

Jump on the back of the huge social media activity running throughout the event through this package – where you logo will be included in some of our social media posts and dedicated posts around you will be pushed out of the course of the two days.

Benefits:

  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Branding on at least five social media posts per event day across all platforms
  • Sharing of your company social posts across our social media platforms
  • One delegate pass for the event days of the conference
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Exhibition Package

£1,750+VAT

Showcase your brand and services in front of hundreds of potential clients by exhibiting – a perfect location to reap the rewards of this high footfall event, gathering new leads and building commercially rewarding relationships.

Benefits include:

  • Exhibition space at the event – space only
  • Branding on the event website and at the event
  • 2 x delegate passes for both event days
  • Half page advert in the event programme
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Fringe Event Promotion Partner

£1,500+VAT

We aim to create a more vibrant and engaging event which will see fringe events run throughout the two day event – from the night before the event kickstarts to the end of the second day. This package enables you to have your fringe event listed on the official event programme to draw traffic and sign-ups to the event.

Benefits include:

  • Your fringe event officially promoted within our event programme
  • Two delegate passes for the event days of the conference
  • Early access to the attendee list to contact your target audience in advance to invite to your fringe event
  • Promotional activity across our news and social platforms to publicise your fringe event
  • Branding on the website and at the event
  • Access to photographs and video of the event

Become a Partner

If you’re interested in any of the packages above or if you’re interested in finding out additional information then contact us on:

0113 390 4700

opportunities@built-environment-networking.com

We will be hosting the Tomorrow’s Transport and Infrastructure Awards to coincide with the event – taking place on the evening of Tuesday 4th July – will bring together over 300 professionals from the upper echelons of UK transport and infrastructure.

Details of the Awards will be revealed shortly.

Raoul Tufnell,
Chief Development Officer
James Heath,
Chief Executive
Julia Wallace,
Senior Project Manager
Stephen Gasche,
Public Transport Lead
Brad Miller,
Managing Director Vertiports, UK & EMEA
Karen Heppenstall,
Head of Rail
Alastair Evans,
Director of Corporate & Government Affairs
Barry Jessup,
Managing Director
Sarah Spink,
Strategic Partnerships Director
Peter Elliott Transport for London Peter Elliott,
Head of Property Development
Jon Loveday,
Director of Infrastructure, Enterprise and Growth
Sarah Hayes,
Strategic Director CReDo
Dr Emily Wallace,
Fellow in Weather, Climate Extremes and Impacts
Ian MacLeod,
Director of Planning, Transport and Sustainability
Lila Thompson,
Chief Executive

Tickets

Event Ticket: Tomorrow's Transport & Infrastructure £249.00

Attendee 1

Attendee ticket price: £249

Tomorrow's Transport & Infrastructure Awards Ticket The awards will take place on the evening of Tuesday 4th July £150.00

Attendee 1

Attendee ticket price: £150

Tomorrow’s Transport & Infrastructure Awards Table (6 Tickets Included) The awards will take place on the evening of Tuesday 4th July £900.00

Attendee 1

Attendee ticket price: £900

Please note – we are actively encouraging a diverse attendance from companies and if purchasing multiple tickets we would ask that you review this so your company looks to offer opportunities to under represented groups in the industry to attend. For those booking five or more tickets we will also offer an additional free ticket which can be used by someone under the age of 25 to encourage youth to attend and offer a platform to the next generation.

Details

Start Date:
Tuesday, 4th July 2023

Start Time:
0800hrs

End Date:
Wednesday, 5th July 2023

End Time:
1600hrs

Cost:
£150 – £900

Venue

The Custard Factory
The Custard Factory, Gibb Street, Deritend, Birmingham, UK

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