• Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects Master Class 2015
    10th - 11th February 2015, Pinsent Masons, London
  • UK Air-Rail Update 2015
    9th February 2015, DLA Piper London
  • The Future of Rail Signalling: The Transition to ERTMS
    18th March 2015, Stephenson Harwood, London
  • Growth Mindset Workshop
    24th March 2015, Central London
  • The Perfect Teacher Workshop
    9th December 2014, Greencoat Place, London
  • WPSS Slide - Connecting Projects to the Grid 2015

  • Connecting Projects to the Grid 2015
    14th May 2015, Burges Salmon, London
  • 23rd Annual Rail Freight Group Conference
    3rd June 2015, Stephenson Harwood, London
  • 7th Annual UK Ports Conference
    23rd June 2015, Hill Dickinson LLP, London
  • Coaching to Improve Performance Management Workshop
    2nd June 2015, Central London
Waterfront Conference Company is a rapidly growing, London-based provider of conferences, events and training.  We are part of the wider communications group, Freshwater, which has regional offices throughout the UK.  We specialise in providing policy conferences, workshops and bespoke training courses to multiple sectors.  Our specialist areas include planning, education, ports and maritime, energy and strategic communications.

Waterfront Conferences and Training

Planning Events

From major infrastructure projects to town and country planning, our conferences bring planning professionals together to get up to speed with new policy, regulatory changes, and complex application processes.

Ports, Marine and Maritime Events

Waterfront’s first ever conference was a ports conference, and twenty years later we’re still producing industry-leading events for the ports, marine and maritime sectors.

Education Events

Our education events and courses are firmly focused on practical strategies for the classroom. From large national conferences to in-school mentoring, we provide training on the latest teaching and learning methods for teachers at all levels.

Rail Events

Our sector-leading rail events provide essential updates on new Government policy and offer a platform for debate on key regulatory, planning and economic issues.

Energy Events

Our energy events provide policy updates and practical advice across a range of issues affecting this rapidly growing industry. From in-depth master classes to large policy conferences, our events have covered topics such as shale gas, grid connections, renewable energy planning projects and EMR.

Communications Training

Formerly Freshwater Academy, we are an award-winning provider of tailor-made communications training, coaching and consultancy. Our highly experienced trainers hold a track record of exceptional feedback, all of whom are from the leading edge of TV, journalism, PR, public affairs and strategic communications.

Transport and Infrastructure Daily Intelligence Reports

Specialising in transport and infrastructure, Waterfront provides the latest parliamentary and industry news, specially selected and delivered to your inbox every weekday morning.

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The Waterfront Conference Company Ltd
Fleet House, 8-12 New Bridge Street
London
EC4V 6AL

0207 0671597

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