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IPFA UK: Edinburgh: Transport for Growth: 2012 Challenges for Scotland
28 June 2012
Time: 4:00 PM
Co-Hosted by: Dundas & Wilson and Grant Thornton
The offices of Dundas & Wilson, Saltire Court, 20 Castle Terrace, Edinburgh, EH1 2EN
This session will look at the challenges and opportunities facing Scotland's Transport sector in 2012 and beyond. This session will be an open forum for participants to ask questions and to discuss with a panel of experts the future of Scottish transport. By attending this IPFA session you will gain valuable insights from a number of industry experts.
4.30pm Welcome & Introduction
Trudi Craggs, Practice Area Leader, Infrastructure and Partner, Dundas & Wilson
4.40pm Setting the Scene
Will McWilliams, Partner, Grant Thornton
4.50pm Panel Discussion
Moderator: Kevin Bradley, Director, Davis Langdon; IPFA UK Council Member
Sharon Fairweather, Director of Finance, Transport Scotland
Rodger Querns, Programme Director, EGIP, Network Rail
Alex Macaulay, Partnership Director, SEStran
Question & Answer Session
5.50pm Closing Remarks from IPFA
Kevin Bradley, Director, Davis Langdon; IPFA UK Council Member
5.55pm Networking Drinks Reception kindly hosted by Dundas & Wilson and Grant Thornton
The agenda is currently being finalised and the full agenda will be announced shortly.
For further information please contact Jessica Jenkins at e: firstname.lastname@example.org
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