The BCO has commissioned Atkins and Burges Salmon to conduct research to identify emerging transport trends up to 2030, their impacts on office design and demand, and the consequent regulatory considerations.

Start Date / Time 12 Apr 2018 17:00
End Date / Time 12 Apr 2018 19:00
Venue Burges Salmon, 6 New St Square, London EC4A 3BF
Category BCO Research & Policy
National No
Region London and the South East
Type Seminar
Available to Non Members Yes

Description

There are 20 million workers in the UK distributed across 1.6 million office-based businesses and organisations. Transport, amongst other factors such as technology, communication and human behaviours, is continuously shaping the demand and design of offices and informing the evolution of office models.

The research identifies and explores the potential impacts of three emerging transport trends: the adoption of sustainable transport, the growth of Mobility as a Service, and the emergence of connected autonomous vehicles.

BCO will share findings and analysis from this research report, including recommendations for a variety of stakeholders looking at future market changes or futureproofing decisions taken today. This will be followed by Q&A and a panel discussion.

PLEASE NOTE: This event is now fully booked.



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AGENDA 

 

17.00  Registration

17.30  Welcome

17.35  Introduction: Alexi Marmot, Director, event chair

17.40  Presentations:

      - Wolfgang Schuster, Technical Director with Intelligent Mobility, Atkins

      - Richard Clark, Partner, Burges Salmon

18.10  Panel discussion and Q&A. Joined by:

      - Duncan Trench, Head of Delivery, U+I

      - Peter Barbalov, Partner, Farrells

      - Brian Wong, Legal Director, Burges Salmon

      - Ella Taylor, Head of Future of Mobility, Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles

18.30  Networking and refreshments

19.00  Event close