This successful event run by CEPHAS involved the LoTAG Chair Satbir Gill. The papers from the event may be useful to people in the field as attached. Please note we have permission to publish on TAG’s website but these papers should not be reproduced without permission of CEPHAS.
CEPHAS-Asset-Management-and-Pothole-19th_Sep_2017-event_-_report_-.pdf (21 downloads)
LEAN THINKING IS SHAPING OUR ROADS OF THE FUTURE
HMEP launches LEAN toolkit for highway services to deliver greater efficiencies and help to improve the condition and upkeep of England’s roads for customers.
A new toolkit to help ‘re-think’ highways planning and management was launched by HMEP in December at the London Technical Advisors Group’s (LoTAG) annual conference. LEAN, a key driver for delivering efficiency savings, is seen by HMEP to be fundamental to improving end-to-end planning and delivery of roads and services to customers.
Please follow this link to download the LEAN toolkit.
For more information on HMEP please follow this link.
The Future of Highways Delivery 14th March at the Kia Oval organised by Landor Links and supported by LGTAG
The agenda-setting Future of Highways Delivery conference series is now a regular fixture in the diaries of senior decision-makers in the sector. Many of the over 400 delegates attending the 2012 conferences welcomed the format that provides the opportunity to thrash out solutions with sector leaders, and requested we organise follow-up events.
Garry Warner LoTAG London Group 2 Chair is chairing a session.
More information from http://landor.co.uk/highwaydelivery/home.php
The cost is a very low rate of £95 plus VAT for a public sector delegate and this is extended to all TAG registered members including consultants. Furthermore there is a 20% reduction for TAG members please apply to Roy Fairclough or John Elliott for the password for this discount. There are also some early free spaces.
Managing, Improving and Investing in the UK’s Road Network – Wednesday the 20th March 0900-1615, Central London organised by Inside Government and supported by TAG
This forum will offer delegates the opportunity to hear the government’s vision for improving the UK road network. Sessions will focus on how to access funding available, the role of intelligent technology and building strategic partnerships across the UK.
It is being Chaired by our President David Yeoell and other key LGTAG members Andy Best and Anthony Radford-Foley are speaking.
Full information can be found on http://www.insidegovernment.co.uk/event-details/uk-road-network/108#overview
The cost for all LGTAG members (excl private sector) is a special rate of £259+vat. This will apply to Local Government e-mail addresses and retired or similar TAG members – not companies (if in doubt please contact John Elliott). The discount for LGTAG members without a LG e-mail address can be found from Members pages.
Another milestone was achieved in January with the Programme Board receiving the results of the
Pre Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ) analysis, undertaken by the PQQ Assessment Team comp rising
Matthew Jezzard, RB Kingston-upon-Thames; Kevan Twohy, LB Bromley; Iona Good-child, LB C amden;
Dave Johnson, Steve Eggleton, John Nicholas, and Andrej Znak, TfL. The team recommended the following
10 contractors should be shortlisted to tender for the four area-based London Highways Alliance Framework.
TLHM_newsletter_9-February_2012_v1.5.pdf (13 downloads)
Seasons Greetings to you all.
When we look back over the last year we cant help but reflect on the tremendous progress made. This was probably summed up best by Matthew Lugg at the recent ROAD 2011 Conference, when he stated ,I cant believe how far London has come over the last 12 months. It is also pleasing to note that based on our success, the Midlands Highway Alliance (MHA) is now looking to develop a maintenance Contract as part of its current suite of collaborative contracts.
Please open the attached PDF below for the full newsletter.
TLHM_newsletter_8-December_2011_v1.2.pdf (13 downloads)
The meeting is to be held next Friday at the Local Government headquarters in Smith Square (please see agenda – last item of attachments- for details). The Agenda has three parts:
- Council matters starting at 1000,
- Joint Council/ Transport matters programmed to start at 10-30
- Then unique transport issues
Members are reminded that the need to register for this new TAG website to gain access to member only documents – at present the Appendices to the Council Agenda will be found on the members pages only.
For this Agenda the Transport items are all public (listed below with numbers referring to agenda) but won’t necessarily be in future – so please register now.
We have had acceptances from 15 people so far.
If you are coming please advise John Elliott and Roy Fairclough (email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org) by Tuesday evening for entry to Local Government House and for refreshments
8eiii CIHT- TAG NPPF Summary Response final
8eiii Copy of NPPF guidance doc from CIHT
8eiii NPPF E- mail from CIHT
8eiv HOCTC submission on SFRS (Road Safety) Inquiry 2011-10-31
10 Martin Richards e-mail on TPS training
10 TPS Training – LA PDS Leaflet Oct11
10 TPS Training – LA_Consortia_leaflet Oct11
10 TPS Training PDS and TPP Leaflet July10 redlin
12 TAG Trans Mins 160911 14a HMEP Group 1 Work Packages combined
14d UK Lighting Board mins 3 Nov 2011
TAG Council-Transport Cttee Agenda 021211- v25-11v2
A big thank you to all who attended the Road2011 Conference at Centre Point on 21st November. The morning session was aimed at strategic issues both management and operational across London, and in the afternoon issues surrounding non pavement assets were examined with presentations from Structures, Lighting and Drainage experts.
The event lived up to it’s reputation, challenging “business as usual” and provoking lively debate. 27 of London’s 33 boroughs were represented as well as TfL and seven service providers. We look forward to seeing you all at Road2012.
You can download the event programme together with presentation slides below.
Dana Skelley – The Future of Local Transport Delivery RoadShow – Why Change
Garry Sterritt – Where should we invest
Martin Sachs – Creating the culture for delivery
Matthew Lugg – Update on DfT pothole and Element 2 Reviews and HMEP progress
Owen Davies – Drainage challenges, the need for LoDEG
Road2011 programme Steven Dennis – Where are we on procurement
As part of the Local Transport Today ‘The Future of Local Transport Delivery’ Series of Events the fourth and final Roadshow Event showcased London’s Transforming Highways Management. The day provided the opportunity to demonstrate the innovation and unique experience of London Highway Authorities in gaining agreement on the first joint contracts for reactive and proactive maintenance, winter maintenance, street lighting and professional services.
The presentations from the day can be downloaded using the links below.
Dana Skelley – Why Change
Nick Goddard – The Industry View
Phil Snowling – Highways Supplier Relationship Development
Ruth Seager – Creating the Culture for Delivery
Steve Dennis – LoHAC Zerrin Lovett – E-Auctions
On 6 October we hit what is probably the most significant milestone yet, the publication of the OJEU Notice for the London Highways Alliance Contract, LoHAC.
The closing date for PQQ submissions was originally the 9 November, but due to the interest in the contracts, which have a combined potential value of up to £2.6b, this has been extended to the 14 November. Such was the level of interest that no fewer than 21 suppliers attended the briefing on Monday 24 October, together with representatives from nine London boroughs. It even got a mention by Bloomberg in America!
Please open the attached PDF below for the full newsletter.