London Technical Advisers Group
Coordinated and comprehensive advice and support to technical advisers employed by local authorities directly or indirectly to manage and advise on their services.
The London Technical Advisers Group (LoTAG) maintains a technical network for local government professionals and co-opted members in the highway and transport fields. It provides a centre for professional advice and assistance for local policy development and service delivery on a London wide basis.
All the London local authorities and Transport for London are automatically eligible to be members of LoTAG and are represented through the working groups, which meet on a regular basis, usually every 10 to 12 weeks
This enables officers from all these authorities to participate in all LoTAG activities. LoTAG is part of a national organisation the Local Government Technical Advisers Group (LGTAG) from which policy influence and universal standards evolve. The LGTAG membership fee includes LoTAG so there is only one fee to cover your membership of both levels.
LoTAG is the regional grouping of LGTAG comprising a group of professional officers who advise the London Borough elected members on their statutory duties as the Highway and Traffic Authority and wider transportation issues.
Covid – 19
Letter from LoTAG regional Chairman – Satbir GillLetter-from-LoTAG-Chairman-0620.pdf (49 downloads)
Group 2 Sub-Groups
LoDEG is an advisory group on matters of drainage engineering and flood risk. It’s objective is to promote best practice within the Engineering Community.
London Highways Engineers Group
LoHEG provides a focus for all highway engineering related activities. It seeks to ensure that London is at the forefront of national activity for highway engineering, promoting the needs and views of London highway authorities.
London Lighting Engineers Group
LoLEG maintains a technical network for the capital’s street lighting professionals employed by local authorities
London Bridges Engineers Group
LoBEG is a technical advisory group on Highway structures related subjects covering strength assessments, strengthening, refurbishment and general maintenance and encourages collaboration on technical matters for London’s bridge engineering professionals employed by the London borough’s.
LoTAG Group 2 Contacts
LoTAG & Sub-Group Administrator:
LoTAG Group 1 Contacts
LoTAG Group 1 Chair: Mark Frost