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Telecoms Forum Conference

    Venue: etc Venues, St Paul's, 200 Aldersgate, London, EC1A 4HD
    Cost: £270.00

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Starts 14 Nov 08:30

Ends 14 Nov 17:30

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The latest policy updates, market opportunities and future trends impacting the telecoms sector.

It is now two years since the Electronic Communications Code fully came into force. Last year saw the first of many cases on The Code going through the Upper Tribunal and these cases now provide crucial insights and clarity on the new dynamics between landowners and telecoms operators. Building on the success of last year’s event and the recent decisions of the Upper Tribunal, RICS Telecoms Forum Conference comes back this year to provide you with timely update on such cases and resulting implication whether you are acting on behalf of a landowner or mobile operator.

Delivered through a combination of keynote presentations and panel discussions, this year’s conference will bring together key players in the industry and will take a closer look at how well the code has been working in practice. The conference will also address sessions such as use of public assets for 5G connectivity, bringing connectivity to rural communities and service charges and how they relate to the telecoms sector and key need to know for surveyors advising in respect of the ECC. Further talks will focus on wider industry issues and updates such as the UK National Digital Twin, AI and the future of cyber security, health and safety in the telecoms sector and many more.

Attend this full day conference and be at the forefront of what is happening in the industry. 

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Sessions include:

Accelerating 5G in the West Midlands

  • Ric Reilly, Barrier-Busting Consultant, WM5G
  • Jonathan Stott, Director, Gateley Hamer

Use of public assets

  • Using public assets to deliver 5G connectivity
  • Greenfield Agreement and Rooftop Mobile template
  • Michael Hetherington, Telecoms Lead and Asset Efficiency Specialist, Office of Government Property
  • Lisa Price, Senior Policy Adviser, DCMS

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