Thirty4/7 Communications Director Will Morgan is pleased to be speaking at the 'Future of Infrastructure in Wales' event on 26th March in Cardiff. Places are limited so book a spot soon!
The National Infrastructure Commission, the National Infrastructure Commission for Wales, and Barton Willmore are pleased to invite you to attend the National Infrastructure Commission’s Young Professionals Panel (YPP) next Infracafé in Cardiff.
Please note: Places to this event are limited to 46 people. A reservation list will be kept for anyone unable to secure a ticket, and those on the list will be contacted should any spaces become available.
The Cardiff discussion will explore the Future of Infrastructure in Wales, and look at ways Wales can connect beyond its borders to the east. The event will feature a panel discussion with leading experts with the main areas for discussion at the Cardiff Infracafé being centred around the themes of:
Within the context of the emergence of the National Development Framework for Wales, the café presents an opportunity for young professionals to focus their thoughts on Wales and what the country’s infrastructure could look like over the coming years.
The event will be chaired by Jennifer Holgate, Member of the YPP and Legal Counsel at Vattenfall, who specialises in the delivery of infrastructure projects, including regeneration sites, renewable energy, grid and roads and rail.
There will be keynote contributions from:
Will Morgan – Director and founder of Thirty4/7 Communications.
Dr Rosie Hughes – Innovation Lead at AECOM.
Paul Maile – Partner at Eversheds Sutherland.
Ben Lewis – Infrastructure & Energy Director at Barton Willmore.
Professor Tom Crick – Professor of Digital Education and Policy at Swansea University.