07 Sep 2017
8.00 - 10.00am
Event Hosted By
50 Broadway, London, SW1H 0BL
Bircham Dyson Bell invite you to a Business Breakfast with Steve Norris. Steve will discuss the future of infrastructure development. He will also reflect on the current political situation and what that means for infrastructure priorities.
Steve Norris is both a politician with a national reputation and an experienced businessman. He was a Member of Parliament for over fourteen years and served as Parliamentary Private Secretary at the Departments of Environment, Trade and Industry and the Home Office and was Minister for Transport in London from 1992-96. He was Vice-Chairman of the Conservative Party and twice their candidate for Mayor of London, outperforming the national party on both occasions.
He has combined his political undertakings with a successful business career in which he has specialised in corporate turnrounds and new technology. As a high level business advisor Steve’s clients have included The Financial Services Authority, the Strategic Rail Authority, London Electricity, Jaguar Cars, Expedia Corporation and Canary Wharf Group.
As a businessman Steve has wide experience of both quoted and unquoted companies. He has been Executive Chairman of Jarvis plc, Chairman of AMT-Sybex Group and Senior Independent Director of IT IS Holdings plc. He is currently Chairman of BNP Paribas Real Estate UK and of Soho Estates. He is a Director of Cubic Corporation of San Diego USA, the developer and manager of the London Oyster card and similar automated fare collection systems worldwide. He is also Chairman of London Resort Company Holdings, the Kuwaiti backed developers of the £2.3 billion London Paramount entertainment resort project in Swanscombe, Kent.
Outside business Steve is Chair of The Urology Foundation and of the Surrey Canal Sports Foundation. He is President of ITS-UK and a Patron of the Campaign for Better Transport and of the cycling charity Sustrans. Steve is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, a Companion of the Institution of Civil Engineers and an Honorary Fellow of the Project Managers Association.
We hope you can join us.