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Major clients confirmed for NCE UK Rail Conference

Network Rail, London Underground and Transport for Greater Manchester all confirmed for June event.

With a wealth of current projects underway, including many under Network Rail’s Control Period 5 (CP5) delivery plan, and future projects such as HS2 and Crossrail 2 rapidly coming to fruition, there has never been a more lucrative or exciting time to be involved in the rail sector.

And now that Britain has a majority government that has stated its commitment to investing in infrastructure, it’s hard to remember a time when there has been a more promising outlook for the industry.

To help you pinpoint how future investment and project pipelines will be procured, designed and engineered, NCE has brought together all of the major UK rail clients for a two-day rail conference on 23-24 June. At the NCE UK Rail Conference, which takes place at the Victoria Park Plaza Hotel, these clients will reveal their plans for short- to medium- term investment and share best practice in the delivery of challenging projects.

A stellar lineup of speakers have signed up for the event, including the Rail minister Claire Perry who will talk about the next 5 years of investment in rail and the new government’s priorities.

Other speakers include Network Rail digital transformation director Patrick Bossert, London Underground and London Rail managing director Mike Brown, Crossrail CEO Andrew Wolstenholme and Transport for Greater Manchester Metrolink director, Peter Cushing.

To find out more and register for the event go to

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