Parking & Property 2018
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Parking & Property 2018

The 8th annual conference for parking and property professionals

10 May 2018 15 Hatfields London

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£190 - £350 + VAT

The annual Parking & Property event is the one day in the year when property, parking,  transport, technology and construction experts get together to explore the interaction between cars, people and places. The day’s content has been programmed by Mark Moran, Editor of Parking Review in partnership with Nigel Williams, Managing Director of Parking Matters.

This year we are pleased to present leading UK and international thinkers from the retail, transport, placemaking and connected car arenas, as well as key developers, parking operators, architects and technologists.

Parking & Property 2018 will focus on how property developers and parking operators are developing new business models that take account of changes in driver and customer behaviour, vehicle technologies, urban planning policies and the wider economy. There will be presentations of new research into the commercial parking sector by leading business and real estate analysts, as well as insights into how data is powering a new relationship between motorists and parking providers.

The city centre ‘consumer offer’ is moving from one of retail to experience (eating, drinking, tourism, chilling etc.). The event will consider how changes in the use of urban space could see parking make way for retail and social space. And as shared, electric and autonomous vehicles become the norm, the form and function of remaining parking facilities in town and city centres will need to evolve.

The speakers

There will be presentations by speakers including:

  • Roamy Valera, Growth Strategist, NewTown Advisors, and Chaiman, International Parking Institute (USA)
  • Theo Thuis, Managing Director, Innovation, Q-Park NV (Netherlands)
  • Stefania Belisario, Associate, Infrastructure, Standard & Poor Global Ratings
  • Nigel Williams, Managing Director, Parking Matters
  • Peter Dijkhuis, Director, Building Consultancy (Master Planning), CBRE
  • Kat Hanna, Insights Associate, Cushman & Wakefield
  • Mark Potter, Director, Potter Church & Holmes Architects
  • Mark Moran, Editor, Parking Review
  • Keith Williams, Associate Director, Parking Matters
  • Max Crane Robinson, Commercial Director, NCP
  • Dr Michael Terrell, Senior Data Scientist, JustPark
  • Hans Oortwijn, ICT Architect, RDW (Netherlands)

Parking & Property will provide ample opportunities for delegates and speakers to check out innovative systems and services during refreshment breaks in the exhibition. The day ends with the Parking & Property Social, an informal networking reception.

The audience

Parking & Property attracts decision-makers and senior management from across the public and private sectors.

The event will be attended by:

  • Property developers and agents
  • Investors and facilities managers
  • Retailers Local authorities
  • Airport operators
  • Rail companies
  • Hotel chains
  • Architects
  • Engineering consultants
  • Construction and refurbishment companies
  • Parking management companies
  • Parking equipment and technology suppliers
  • Town centre managers and placemakers
  • ITS consultants and transport policy-makers
  • Marketing experts
  • Automotive sector experts

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