UK Spectrum Policy Forum Plenary - Meeting Notes

Date: Thursday, 21 April 2016

Venue: techUK, 10 St Bride St, London EC4A 4AD

Chair: David Meyer

Presentations from the UK Spectrum Policy Forum Plenary meeting held on Thursday, 21 April 2016.

(Presentations are embedded to allow better access via mobile and tablet, they can also be downloaded at the bottom of the page.)

 

Agenda:

  • Welcome and Introductions - David Meyer, Chair, UK Spectrum Policy Forum

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  • Updates from the UK Spectrum Policy forum steering board - Chris Cheeseman, Spectrum Strategy Director, BT Group and Steering Board Chairman

 
  • Update from Cluster 1 - Janette Stewart, Principal, Analysys Mason and Chair of UK SPF Cluster 1

 
  • Update from Cluster 2/3 - Peter Curnow-Ford, CEO, Viatec and Co-Chair of UK SPF Cluster 2

 
  • Update from Cluster 4 - Simon Pike, Chair, UK SPF Cluster 4  

 

  • Public Sector Spectrum Release Program - Paul Norris, Executive Director, Shareholder Executive (ShEx) and Andy Hudson, Director of Spectrum Policy, Ofcom

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There was no presentation to share. Attendees received a printed copy of 'Enabling UK growth: Public Sector Spectrum Release Programme annual report'. The Central Management Unit’s strategic plan for delivering against the government’s new spectrum release target, set at the 2016 Budget and Ofcom's advice to the government on a revised spectrum release target is now available online here.

 

  • Socioeconomic impact of 5G in Europe - Saul Friedner, Principle Consultant, Real Wireless

  • In conversation with Jane Humphreys: Mark Swarbrick, Policy Head, Telecoms Market and Regulation, DCMS - Jane Humphreys, Senior Spectrum Advisor, techUK

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  • AOB and close - David Meyer, Chair, UK Spectrum Policy Forum

  • Reception and networking in the members area

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