The UK’s number one events portfolio for Housing, Transport and Water

Covering 6 Key Themes
Covering 6 Key Themes

The Future of Infrastructure conference is evolving

New for 2020 the Future of Infrastructure conference will take place across three separate events throughout the year: Future of Housing, Modern Road and Rail, and Utilising Water.

GovNet’s Infrastructure Portfolio of conferences provides three opportunities throughout 2020 to connect with thought leaders and best-practice pioneers from across the housing, transport and water industries, and to interact with innovative technology specialists and suppliers. Featuring interactive speaker sessions and dedicated networking slots to drive collaboration, this series of events is must-attend for any professionals seeking to meet the new challenges within Infrastructure.

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Events

750+

Attendees

50+

Exhibitors

Infrastructure supporters have included

Infrastructure speakers have included

Dr Iliana Portugues
Innovation Manager
National Grid
Dr Jennifer Schooling
Director
Centre for Smart Infrastructure
Steve Kaye
Head of Innovation
Anglian Water
Barney Smith
Chief Executive
Bristol is Open
Gemma Ginty
Urban Futures Lead
Future Cities Catapult
Sam Ibbott
Head of Smart Cities
Environmental Industries Commission

Future of Housing 2021

February 2021

We’ll be back in February next year, when we’ll be bringing together 350+ senior officials from housing associations, local & central government, charities and the wider housing industry to share best practice in the supply of high-quality affordable homes.

From prop-tech & smart buildings to new funding initiatives & eco-homes, the Future of Housing conference condenses the industry’s top concerns into one interactive day.

Modern Road & Rail

22nd September 2020

Brand new to the portfolio for 2020, Modern Road & Rail brings together policy makers, local authorities transit operators from across the UK to learn about the most pertinent areas of transformation in the Public Transport Sector. 

The agenda looks at how to minimise the customer and operational impact of planned and unplanned disruption to both road and rail services, and is a unique opportunity to engage with decision makers and influencers from the entire spectrum of organisations within public transport, all in one place.

Utilising Water

30th September 2020

Utilising Water offers a systematic and united approach to water management, bringing together local authorities, the major governing bodies and water operators from across the UK.

The focus of this interactive, one-day event, will be cross sector collaboration and increased connectivity between systems. We’ll be looking at new standards for operational excellence as well as how smart sewers, metering and asset management technology can reduce water supply interruption times and even protect water assets from cyber attacks.