(CONCLUDED) Safer Cities: New Thinking Required


Wed 27th April 2016
The Cavalry and Guards Club
127 Piccadilly
13:00 - 17:00


    As global urban cities grow in population numbers, the strain on the national infrastructure continues to be tested. Businesses will begin to feel the strain as more pressure is placed on transportation, accommodation, office space, capital costs and emergency response.  More people requiring more resource provision may well reveal infrastructure vulnerabilities and resilience and security concerns that will affect us all.  This briefing identifies some of the most critical aspects of city growth and focuses on how this will impact on businesses in the UK and beyond. Whether it be the provision of skills, supply chain resilience, technological innovation, security planning, new threat challenges or critical partnerships; new thinking is required.

    Areas to be covered are:

    • Transport resilience
    • Future technologies
    • The need for new space
    • Public order tensions
    • The outcomes of migration
    • Supply chain security

      Those who should attend:

      • Government representatives
      • Local urban planners
      • Property developers
      • Emergency response planners
      • Corporate representatives
      • Security specialists

      Confirmed Speakers

      13:00 Registration and Lunch
      13:30 Chairman, CEO Brett Lovegrove
      13:35 Jennifer Cole / Senior Research Fellow, Resilience and Emergency Management, Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI)
      TRILLION – Trusted, Citizen-LEA Collaboration over Social Networks
      14:05 Michael Mulquin / Director, IS Communications Ltd
      Building on global good practice
      14:35 James Browning /
      Anquan Group
      15:05 Q & A
      15:25 Coffee
      15:45 Steve Corkin / Independent Consultant - Workplace and Workspace Innovation
      Building Intelligence for the Intelligent Buildings

      James Berrill

      16:45 Q & A
      17:00 Close


      Delegate Fee

      CSARN Members | FREE

      Standard Fee | £149.00

      Public Sector | £95.00

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