Breakfast briefing on the Future of Airports
|Date:||17 October 2019|
This breakfast briefing will consider the future of airports in the context of how well airports are adapted to coping with these upcoming challenges.
Airports are communities of businesses that are subject to a variety of disruptions that can appear suddenly like protesters and drones, or be influenced by long-term developments, such as electric planes or climate change.
Following a keynote address, our panel of speakers will explore the resiliency upsides and downsides of an airport's land-side functions. The event will include the launch of a newly commissioned Resilience First report entitled Agility within Airport Business Communities.
Please register your interest in attending by Monday 7 October. Please note that places are strictly limited and will be offered on a first come basis.
Keynote & Briefing: 08:30
Event Concludes: 10:00
Location: Central London
Keynote address: Dame Deidre Hutton, Chair, CAA
Caroline Field, Associate Director, Arup
Richard Look, Senior Consultant, Thornton Tomasetti
Lessons in business resilience from Salisbury and London Bridge
|Date:||24 October 2019|
This briefing will consider what the local authorities, business improvement districts and wider business can do to help recovery and what lessons in resilience there are for others preparing for catastrophic attacks such as those in Salisbury and at London Bridge.
The terrorist attacks in Salisbury and London Bridge have had long-term effects on businesses in those locations. There was an immediate fall in both footfall and income which have taken some considerable time to recover, long after the blue-light services have left. This briefing will consider what the local authorities, business improvement districts and wider business can do to help recovery and what lessons in resilience there are for others preparing for similar catastrophic attacks.
Lord Harris of Haringey, Author of 'London's Preparedness for a Major Terrorist Attack', 2017
Victoria Moloney, Business Liaison Offer, Wiltshire County Council
Henry Johnstone, Business & Operations Manager, Team London Bridge
Start using Crises Control today
An efficient, user friendly, mass notification system made to support you when you need it the most