Meet the staff at BW

Author: Andreas Markides Posted: 28 June 2017

I was delighted to have the opportunity to meet the CIHT staff at Britannia Walk and to set out my Presidential theme for the year. The team (of which I knew all but one who happened to start that week) introduced themselves and their role within the institution, and identified areas in which they could support my work during the coming year. CIHT is very fortunate to have such a strong and diverse team at Britannia Walk and I look forward to working with them throughout my year!

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Did you know…

Thirty years ago the London Docklands were a desolate place. Today we have a mini-city with 16m sq ft of offices and 1m sq ft of shops, employing more than 120,000 people, almost as many as the population of Cambridge and 50% more than the financial centre of Frankfurt.
 
How was this achieved? In addition to collaboration and political will, it's  all about the power of transport!
 
London Docklands is now connected with the DLR, the Jubilee line, Thameslink, Network Rail's overground network, Crossrail, HS1 and London City airport.
 
So, if Canary Wharf is the heart of the Docklands, transport constitutes the arteries and veins that link it to the rest of the world.
 
Source: Sir George Iacobescu, chairman and CEO of Canary Wharf Group.