ULI Europe Webinar: Creating Value through Transit Oriented Development

When

Wednesday 22 July 2020
12:30pm - 1:30pm BST

Where

Online This webinar will be hosted by Zoom. UNITED KINGDOM

Pricing

Pricing Members Non-Members
Private FREE €25.00
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Webinar Summary

With increasing urbanisation and a necessary focus on liveability and sustainability, development around transit interchanges allows for densified, walkable and mixed-use development in conjunction with social infrastructure and public amenities. This webinar will analyse best practices in design and delivery of urban development in and around transit interchanges, looking at opportunities and challenges of PPP and of the interrelationship between city infrastructure and commercial development/real estate. The panel will address key questions including:
  • How can public and private sectors collaborate more effectively, and how can they create more value around public transport infrastructure developments?
  • How can we facilitate mixed used developments, and redevelopment of obsolete uses, at or near transit stations?
  • How to capture land value increases resulting from infrastructure developments for all stakeholders, including the community to benefit from?
The audience will have a chance to ask questions during the panel discussion to further develop the topic.

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Panellists

Arjan Dingsté, Director / Senior Architect, UNStudio
Over the past 19 years Arjan has significantly contributed to some of UNStudio’s most iconic projects including the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, the Arnhem Central Public Transportation Terminal in The Netherlands, and the Architectural Design for the Doha Metro network as well as key high-end mixed-use (high-rise) projects like the Booking. com headquarters that is currently under construction. Arjan’s integrated approach towards design management from the early project phases is combined with a wide spread experience in successfully leading complex multidisciplinary engineering projects. With his deep involvement in UNStudio’s key projects, from design to construction, he has gained a high level of expertise through all project phases. Arjan combines an analytic design and managerial approach with high ambitions on architecture, structural and material performance and brings the specific knowledge of organisational methods, design typologies and material / technology driven innovations to both UNStudio’s projects as well as internal knowledge development and innovation driven projects. [Image: © Inga Powilleit]
Peter Elliott, Head of Property Development, Transport for London
Having joined Transport for London in 2013, Peter Elliott jointly runs the Property Development team in transforming TfL property, and delivering circa 10m sq.ft. of development over the next ten years. Peter is currently engaged in furthering TfL’s next wave of major projects including schemes in Edgware Road, Hackney and Hammersmith, exemplifying the new approach TfL is taking to asset management and land redevelopment, whilst delivering regeneration projects in Whitechapel, and numerous other outer London centres. Peter has previously worked with the London Thames Gateway Development Corporation with responsibility for major regeneration within Barking, including Barking Riverside.
Joanna Rowelle, Director, Integrated City Planning, Arup
Joanna Rowelle is a Director at Arup London where she leads the Integrated City Planning Practice, which is a multi-disciplinary group covering urban design, landscape architecture, economics, planning, climate change and energy. Before joining Arup, Joanna worked for the Mayor of London where she worked in economic policy and then led the regeneration department through the London Olympics in 2012. Joanna leads city scale projects at Arup including regeneration, funding and financing, business cases, masterplans and strategic plans. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts and a Member of the Institute of Economic Development and the Institute of Leadership and Management and on the board of a charity supporting young people with start-up ventures.

Further speakers to be announced


Moderator

T.A. (Tom) Daamen, PhD., Associate Professor Urban Development Management (UDM) at Delft University of Technology
Tom Daamen is Associate Professor Urban Development Management (UDM) at Delft University of Technology in The Netherlands. He is also director of the Stichting Kennis Gebiedsontwikkeling, a public-private foundation that funds the advancement of academic knowledge and professional expertise in Dutch urban area (re)development. Tom is deeply involved in several academic research, education and valorisation projects on the fringe of spatial planning, urban governance, economic geography, and real estate and infrastructure development. In Delft, Tom lectures in several undergraduate, graduate, and post-experience master courses and supervises MSc as well as PhD research projects. He has been an invited international speaker at the University of Antwerp, Tongji University in Shanghai and Columbia University, New York. In the Netherlands, Tom advises local and regional authorities on public-private governance issues around complex spatial projects.

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Speakers

Speaker

Peter Elliott

Head of Property Development, Transport For London

Having joined Transport for London in 2013, Peter jointly runs the Property Development team in transforming TfL property, and delivering circa 10m sq.ft. of development over the next ten years. Peter is currently engaged in furthering TfL’s next wave of major projects including schemes in Edgware Road, Hackney and Hammersmith, exemplifying the new approach TfL is taking to asset management and land redevelopment, whilst delivering regeneration projects in Whitechapel, and numerous other outer London centres. Peter has previously worked with the London Thames Gateway Development Corporation with responsibility for major regeneration within Barking, including Barking Riverside.

Speaker

Arjan Dingsté

Director / Senior Architect, UNStudio

Over the past 19 years Arjan has significantly contributed to some of UNStudio’s most iconic projects including the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, the Arnhem Central Public Transportation Terminal in The Netherlands, and the Architectural Design for the Doha Metro network as well as key high-end mixed-use (high-rise) projects like the Booking. com headquarters that is currently under construction. Arjan’s integrated approach towards design management from the early project phases is combined with a wide spread experience in successfully leading complex multidisciplinary engineering projects. With his deep involvement in UNStudio’s key projects, from design to construction, he has gained a high level of expertise through all project phases. Arjan combines an analytic design and managerial approach with high ambitions on architecture, structural and material performance and brings the specific knowledge of organisational methods, design typologies and material / technology driven innovations to both UNStudio’s projects as well as internal knowledge development and innovation driven projects.

Speaker

Joanna Rowelle

Director, Integrated City Planning, Arup

Joanna is a Director at Arup London where she leads the Integrated City Planning Practice, which is a multi-disciplinary group covering urban design, landscape architecture, economics, planning, climate change and energy. Before joining Arup, Joanna worked for the Mayor of London where she worked in economic policy and then led the regeneration department through the London Olympics in 2012. Joanna leads city scale projects at Arup including regeneration, funding and financing, business cases, masterplans and strategic plans. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts and a Member of the Institute of Economic Development and the Institute of Leadership and Management and on the board of a charity supporting young people with start-up ventures.

Speaker

Tom A. Daamen

Associate Professor, Delft University of Technology

Tom Daamen is Associate Professor Urban Development Management (UDM) at Delft University of Technology in The Netherlands. He is also director of the Stichting Kennis Gebiedsontwikkeling, a public-private foundation that funds the advancement of academic knowledge and professional expertise in Dutch urban area (re)development. Tom is deeply involved in several academic research, education and valorisation projects on the fringe of spatial planning, urban governance, economic geography, and real estate and infrastructure development. In Delft, Tom lectures in several undergraduate, graduate, and post-experience master courses and supervises MSc as well as PhD research projects. He has been an invited international speaker at the University of Antwerp, Tongji University in Shanghai and Columbia University, New York. In the Netherlands, Tom advises local and regional authorities on public-private governance issues around complex spatial projects.