The Local Transport Plan: Oxford’s Future
Deputy Director for Strategy and Infrastructure Planning – Bev Hindle
Reader in Transport Planning – Peter Headicar
Oxfordshire’s residents will be more than aware of the various local road improvements currently in progress, and over the past few weeks we have published posts about Frideswide Square and the works on the Banbury Road and Woodstock Road roundabouts in North Oxford.
This year at Property Intelligence we are delighted to have Peter Headicar and Bev Hindle discussing transport and how it ties in with Oxford’s future. Peter will be interviewing Bev about the local transport plan and how Oxfordshire is going to survive / thrive in terms of transport in the next 20 years.
About our guest speakers:
Peter Headicar is a Reader in Transport at the Department of Planning at Oxford Brookes University, researching the relationship between land use planning, urban form and travel behaviour. He originally gained his Transport MSc at Imperial College, London and is the author of Transport Policy and Planning in Great Britain and was appointed an Independent Transport Commission (ITC) Commissioner in 2013.
Bev Hindle is Deputy Director for Strategy & Infrastructure Planning at Oxfordshire County Council and is responsible for leading the County Council’s infrastructure strategy development programme. Bev is also leading the Spatial Growth and Investment Strategy for Oxfordshire project, a spatial strategy for delivering growth and infrastructure county-wide.
Property Intelligence is our flagship event, providing landlords and clients with the opportunity to stay at the forefront of property trends and to network with other landlords and investors.
Property Intelligence 2015 will take place on Wednesday 7th October from 6.00pm – 8.00pm in Oxford. We have over 150 attendees registered. If you would like to join us please contact us at email@example.com