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Our branch AGM will take place at 17.00 and you are very welcome to attend. Refreshments will then be served at 17.30, followed by the QT Debate.
Four out of the top 12 key infrastructure decisions pressed by the National Infrastructure Commission for urgent action by the Government relate to energy. We have the construction of Hinkley Point C nuclear power station, the recently published NIC plan to upgrade the UK’s energy system and the substantial body of other infrastructure and construction work to take place over the next few years. This begs the question, what work needs to take priority? Who is going to do it? Can technological advances overcome the shortfall in our infrastructure? How do we make sure the UK keeps a secure energy supply in the future?
To explore these and other questions, please join us for the Question Time debate to consider how we can positively influence and develop our infrastructure for our future needs. There will be a panel comprised of:
Further details about these panel members can be found on the downloadable flyer below.
Although questions from the floor on the evening will be very welcome, we would also appreciate questions beforehand to be able to concentrate on themes that are important to the audience. (These questions will not be revealed to the participants before the event, but they will be informed of any themes that emerge).
If you would like to submit a question beforehand please send it by email to Bernadette Gledhill: email@example.com.
Attendance is free of charge but we do ask you, please, to book your place online to ensure we don't exceed the number of spaces available in the room.