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UK Rail Stations
Providing for the passenger in the face of current demand pressures

Date Of Conference: 11/11/2023

The recent White Paper on The Future of Railways pointed towards major changes in the administration and management of Britain's rail system. While it gave little attention to railway stations, the changes likely to happen over the next year or so will affect the way in which they are managed.

Meanwhile pressure continues to build new stations and to redevelop existing ones. Widening the gateway to railway services is important to railway providers, and also of real interest to local authorities and to developers. New railway stations can attract businesses and people to an area and support its growth while ensuring a more sustainable transport for access to and from the area. But in practice there exists serious difficulties in planning and procuring new stations, because of contraints on funding and the different and sometimes narrowly drawn objectives of the various parties.

Speakers include: Christine Knights, Chair, Passenger Committee, North Eastern England; Geraint Hughes, Passenger Transport Policy Manager, Hertfordshire County Council; Alex Warner, Retail Director, South Eastern Trains; Andrew Chivers, Managing Director, Londonlines; Wil von de Vorst, Head of Consumer Sales and Service, NS Commercie; Juliet Jain, Research Associate, Centre for Transport and Society, University of West of England; David Chapman, Head of Stations and Depots, Office of Rail Regulation; Raghav Bhatia, Senior Solicitor (Property), Nabarro Nathanson; John Oldham, Director, Special Projects; Countryside Properties; Mike Bishop, Project Officer, Hope Valley and High Peak Transport Partnership; Matthew Lodge, Transport Planning Manager - Regional Planning, SRA; Nick Hortin, General Manager (Operations Support), South Eastern Trains and John Yunnie, Head of Disability and Inclusion, Association of Train Operating Companies

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