Full Event Video & Presentations: TfL Economic Growth Conference 2020

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Transport for London (TfL) are the fabric that knits together major investment and development opportunities in London where they are the ultimate driver of economic growth. With over £20bn worth of developer led schemes approved and reliant on TfL’s strategy across 32 London boroughs, our conference is the only place where you can engage face to face with TfL’s most innovative and forward thinking property partners, and where you can influence senior public sector personalities and interact with every level of the built environment supply chain. This event is a must attend for any organisation that is serious about contributing to building our capital.

Topics and projects discussed included:

  • The incredible economic impact of the Bakerloo Line extension, creating 4 new stations, 25,000 new homes and 10,000 new jobs
  • £1bn of investment into Sutton, kick started by the £350m London Cancer Hub
  • £4bn Canada Water scheme by British Land – a showcase of TfL’s economic impact
  • U+I Group’s ever growing London portfolio including £600m of schemes in Lambeth
  • Landsec’s regeneration of Lewisham aided by TfL’s plans
  • Huge skyscrapers proposed in Canary Wharf
  • How Hounslow and Waltham Forest’s local plans are utilising TfL’s vision as a catalyst for growth
  • The transformation of Morden town centre – with an upgraded TfL station at the heart of the scheme
  • London Legacy’s ongoing programme of works, including the £1bn Stratford Waterfront project
  • HB Reavis’s £600m One Waterloo project
  • Inside intel and announcements on Crossrail 2 and the timeframes for delivery – and the wider impact economically of this scheme
  • 2,000 homes planned by U+I in Greenwich including the £200m Faraday Works regeneration

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