commissioner, National Infrastructure Commission; founder and senior advisor, Volterra Partners; author, Reinventing London
Bridget Rosewell is an experienced director, policy maker and economist, with a track record in advising public and private sector clients on key strategic issues. She is a commissioner for the National Infrastructure Commission, a founder and senior adviser of Volterra Partners, and a non-executive director of Network Rail and of Atom Bank.
She was chief economic adviser to the Greater London Authority from 2002 to 2012, responsible for all transport and economic impact analysis. Her book, Reinventing London was published in 2014.
Bridget has worked extensively on cities, infrastructure and finance, advising on projects in road and rail and on major property developments and regeneration. She has been a member of Commissions looking at the future of public services, City Finance, London Finance, North East Economy, the City Growth Commission and London Infrastructure Commission.
She was appointed OBE in July 2013 and is also a Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers.
Sunday 23 October, 10.00 Garden Room
Britain’s infrastructure: the road to nowhere?