UK Partnerships Hub

This year’s UK Partnerships Hub is being organised as a hybrid event. All delegates will be able to join the conference virtually while most speakers and panellists will enjoy face-to-face interaction. We feel that being able to watch the speakers engage with one another is a more inspiring and more natural way to experience panel sessions. And our attendees will be able to submit questions and comments in real time.

We are once again bringing together the key players who are shaping the UK’s infrastructure and partnerships industry and the next generation of projects.

Energy Minister The Rt Hon Kwasi Kwarteng will address UK Partnerships Hub in just over a week's time, setting out how the newly unveiled National Infrastructure Bank will help deliver the investments required to help the government towards its Net Zero targets.

Organisations you will hear from include Infrastructure and Project Authority (IPA), Scottish Future’s Trust (SFT), the Welsh Government, Community Health Partnerships and Local Partnerships as well as a keynote by futurist Matthew Griffin, described as “the adviser behind the advisers”. 

Session topics to include:

- What the National Infrastructure Strategy means for the UK PPP market
- How the National Infrastructure Bank will fund future dealsThe current climate and moving forward with Infrastructure 
- Funding and financing the UK’s next wave of infrastructure
- Achieving net zero: the case for SZC and RAB financing to deliver now
- Is Expiry the End: exploring the opportunities after expiry through the strategic management of handback
- Infrastructure’s role in addressing climate change
- PPPs and Covid-19 – coming out the other side

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