LGTAG members are all welcome to attend the AGM, which will be held on the afternoon of 21 May 2018 in London.
The following day, the 2018 LGTAG Presidents’ Conference ‘Leading change and building resilience at the heart of local communities’ takes place at the Hallam Conference Centre, London.
The conference is celebrating local government at the heart of placemaking, and brings together leading practitioners across sectors who are leading the way for how we survive and thrive amidst significant technological change.
- Jesse Norman MP – Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Transport
- Bridget Fox – Campaign for Better Transport
- Lilli Matson – Transport for London
- Lyn Basford – CIHT Futures
- Graham Hanson – Department for Transport
- Steve Birdsall – Gaist
- Andrew Radford – Birmingham City Council
- Asiya Jelani – Arriva Click
- Speaker – Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure
- Hugh Deeming – Hugh Deeming Research
- Dominic Donnini – Cumbria County Council
- Jonathan Munslow – South West Highways Alliance
See the conference flyer below for more details, and to book online via Eventbrite
president’s conference poster v11
Highways Magazine 18/05/2018 – Improving the Future of Here and Now, interview with John Lamb sharing priorities and plans for his upcoming LGTAG Presidency 2018-19
As some members will be aware we have responded on RIS 2 for the Strategic Road Network (see story below).
There have been 33 downloads of our submission.
Read More “LGTAG draft response on MRN consultation”
The government has been consulting on the next stage in the development of the Strategic Road Network.
Please see link source
Read More “Response to Government / HE consultation on RIS2”
LGTAG members are aware that we gave written and Oral evidence (by Dominic Proud and John Elliott to this Inquiry in late 2016 early 2017.
Read More “LGTAG Evidence to HOC Committee on Urban Congestion (2016/7)”
LGTAG have recently submitted evidence to the NIC’s consultation on congestion capacity and carbon- see attachment
This event will be held at Broadway House just opposite St James Park Underground London SW1
On February 28th, 2018, Cephas Public Policy Communications will provide an opportunity for local authorities, central government, businesses and other key stakeholders to identify ways councils can work with government and industry to develop smart parking projects, whilst better managing and finding solutions for traffic growth, congestion and air quality problems.
There is a very special offer to TAG members for an early registration offer of a 20% discount valid until Friday, 15th December. Please complete the attached special rate CEPHAS registration booking form making sure you add the discount code from the other document (downloadable below to registered TAG members only) and send to email@example.com.
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If you have any questions about this public policy symposium email Mark Sundhu, firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone:
CEPHAS Public Policy Communications Ltd
020 3763 9604
LGTAG have recently submitted evidence to the joint inquiry and it has now been accepted by the committee so is publicly available.
TAG Evidence to HOC Joint committee on air quality v8-11-2017
LGTAG has been working with the Transport Taxation Group organised by Campaign for Better Transport.
The submission from CBT has recently been sent to the Chancellor with our general backing.
Please see the attachment for content.
CBT – TAG Transport Budget submission October 2017
Following consultation with members we have responded today to this consultation.
Many thanks to all those who contributed and particularly Mike Talbot and Karen Agbabiaka who did most of the work
TAG response to DfT consultation on lane rental v23-10-17 clean