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Housing demand is increasingly high. In response to this, in the Autumn Budget 2017, the Chancellor set a target of delivering 300,000 additional homes a year by the mid-2020s. Civil engineering professionals have a role to ensure that their activities reduce disruptions to local communities. However, what does that mean for our infrastructure?
Panel members who have agreed to participate are: Graham Wright (Transport Team Leader, Hampshire County Council), Bruce Voss (Area Manager, Homes England), Giles Perkins (Technical Director, WSP Future Mobility), Neil Colman (Director of Engineering, Southern Water) and John Henderson (Highways England).
They will answer questions from the audience on the impacts of major housing developments on hospitals, schools, roads and utilities to ensure that it is fit for current and future challenges.
The event will be hosted by Antony Oliver, an independent editorial consultant and a former editor of Infrastructure and Intelligence and New Civil Engineer magazines.
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