WHEN 6-7 June 2017 Starting 08:00 am
WHERE Milton Keynes, UK DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

Our 2017 Host

Milton Keynes Smart City, 50th Anniversary Year

“Milton “Milton

UK Wide Infrastructure Investment 2017

About the Event

We are delighted to be working together with Milton Keynes Council as our event host. Cllr. Peter Marland and his team will be the driving force showcasing their city at the event.

This year we have partnered with leading UK officials and industry heads from Transport, Telecom, Regeneration, Housing, Energy, Renewable energy infrastructure markets to deliver a comprehensive industry to industry event this year which will help to guide your project, investment and decision making choice in UK infrastructure, housing and regeneration space to a successful fruition.

See our 2017 Advisory Board here.

Core Themes in 2017

Day 1: Today’s Cities and Superconnected Green Cities
Day 2: Energy Infrastructure
Day 1 & 2: Pitch & Promote

Day 1 will address:

Day 2 will address:

The two-day event will provide an important high profile industry to industry debate “behind closed doors” on market development and opportunities, success stories and best practices, investor and industry plans, views and dialogue to facilitate further investment flow into the UK’s infrastructure space.

UK Wide Infrastructure Investment is not just about the infrastructure investment in the UK. We facilitate an establishment of strong and unparalleled connections, and provide an insight into infrastructure, future cities, housing and regeneration investment opportunities in the country through “industry only” engagement.

2017 Advisory Board

Councillor Judith Blake, Leader, Leeds City Council
Sir Merrick Cockell, Chairman, London Pensions Fund Authority
David Brown, Chief Executive, Transport for the North
Councillor Roger Lawrence, Leader, City of Wolverhampton Council
Geoff Lippitt, Business Development Director, PD Ports
Duncan Powell, Programme Director – Infrastructure, Local Partnerships
Richard Nourse, Founder and Managing Partner, Greatcoat Capital
William Edrich, Commercial Director, Energy, Bristol City Council
Paul Cowling, Managing Director, RWE Innogy UK, Director of Wind Energy Offshore, RWE Innogy GmbH
Martin Nagell, Head, Asset Management, Masdar Clean Energy
Mark Somerset, Vice President of Development, Europe Middle East Africa, InterGen
Kevin Nix, Managing Director, Generation UK, RWE Generation UK
Max Aitken, Founder and Director, Estover Energy
Richard Simon-Lewis, Head of Civil, Infrastructure and Energy, UK Export Finance
Chris Miles, Director, RES Distributed Energy
Stuart Hayward-Higham, Technical Development Director, SUEZ Recycling and recovery UK
Andrew Koss, Chief Executive, Drax Power
Pierre Nicoli, Head of Energy and Infrastructure, CBRE Capital Advisors
Darryl Murphy, Partner, Corporate Finance Infrastructure, KPMG
Philip Adam, Managing Director, Head of Project Bonds, HSBC Bank
Ian Berry, Head of Infrastructure, Aviva Investors
Dr. Ken Bishop, Head of Programmes - Investment and Partnerships, Northern Ireland Local Government Association


  • “I did find the Conference very interesting and useful. Thought provoking too.”
    Scottish Cities Alliance

  • “I enjoyed the event, the opening session and input of senior policy makers (past and present) was excellent. The chairing of this session worked really well. The event was well attended and provided a good networking opportunity.”
    The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ

  • “I would be interested in attending next year.”
    London Borough of Enfield Pension Fund

  • “Really enjoyed the conference and would be happy to take part next year.”
    HS2 Growth Partnership

  • “The Infrastructure Conference was an excellent event as to content, presenters and panellists. It also provided useful networking opportunities.”
    Geological Survey of Ireland

  • “The event was very enjoyable and I made some good contacts! I would have no problem with participating next year.”
    Cardiff City Council

  • “It was a pleasure participating in the UK-Wide Infrastructure Investment Conference.”
    Masdar Clean Energy

  • “We found it a very useful event and Barry would be pleased to be involved again in future.”
    Office of Shadow Minister for Energy and Climate Change

  • “I found June’s event very constructive.”
    Leeds City Council

Top 5 Reasons to Attend

  1. Find out about the government's new course of action and future commitment for UK infrastructure delivery

  2. Meet the major UK infrastructure and regeneration industry players in one place over 2 days

  3. Debate with over 70 leading industry speakers and decision makers

  4. Connect with large number of industry projects and sources of international capital

  5. Exhibit at the showcase of UK infrastructure projects and regional regeneration opportunities and meet those who matter in the industry

Who Should Attend

  • Government: central, regional, local, regulators, agencies
  • Infrastructure asset owners and operators
  • Investment vehicles: private equity investments, listed infrastructure funds, including closed-end, open-end funds, and ETFs, and direct unlisted investment
  • Institutional investors: public and private sector pension funds, insurance companies, sovereign wealth funds, superannuation schemes, foundations, endowment plans, etc.
  • Banks
  • Developers
  • Planners, designers, architects and contractors
  • Business groups
  • Consultants
  • Manufacturers
  • NGOs, pressure groups and unions

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