The future of UK ports post-Brexit – infrastructure, opportunities and policy
This conference will discuss the future for UK ports, examining key issues affecting the sector – and their customers, suppliers and local communities. It takes place against the backdrop of the UK leaving the European Union, and follows the publication of the Government’s customs proposal and its maritime export plan, for post-Brexit Britain. Delegates will discuss the potential skills, regulatory, market and customs challenges posed by Brexit, as well as opportunities for the UK to develop new trading agreements and attract investment. They will also consider the potential impact on the fisheries industry, options for supporting marine-based local economies, and further avenues for growth – including expanding non-EU business and developments in off-shore energy. Further sessions focus on steps that might be taken in order to address wider issues affecting UK port infrastructure – including road and rail connectivity, skills gaps and the regeneration of port communities.
Morning, Tuesday, 27th March 2018
9am – 1pm (registration from 8.30am)
Hallam Conference Centre, 44 Hallam Street, London W1W 6JJ
Price Per Place:
£230 plus VAT
One delegate place including delegate materials and refreshments. One PDF copy of the briefing document. (including transcripts of the speeches, questions and comments, as well as extra articles submitted by delegates, which is distributed to all attendees approximately twelve working days after the seminar).
The Forum tries never to exclude individuals or organisations on the basis of ability to pay, although to continue our work we do depend on everyone who is able to contribute doing so. We set criteria for when reduced-price or complimentary tickets are offered, which we seek to apply to all. Those criteria are outlined on our website
The full, up to date agenda is available to view here