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Thu 27/01/22, 10am–12pm
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Exploring best practice in development of EqIAs, as well as an opportunity to share reflections on when equalities considerations have formed the basis of legal challenges against authorities.

Speakers include:

Karen Venn & Simone West (TfL)

Kattie Pennick (Transport for All)

Samantha Tharme (City of London)

Please note this event is limited to London borough and TfL officers only.

Past Event

Thu 02/12/21, 10am–12pm
Zoom
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All boroughs have slightly different governance arrangements for developing and determining traffic management interventions - this session will explore the pro’s and con’s of different approaches.

Please note this event is limited to London borough and TfL officers only

Agenda

10.00 Welcome & Introduction

Effective Local Governance & Decision Making – Insight from Academic Literature, Louise Reardon

Feedback on LoTAG survey on Local Transport Funding & Decision Making, Mark Frost

Local Government Decision Making – Elected Member perspective, Martin Sachs

Local Government Decision Making - City of London perspective, Bruce McVean

Reviewing Local Transport Decision Making post Covid – LB Camden Perspective, Sam Margolis

Introduction to TRUUD project (Tackling the Root causes Upstream of Unhealthy Urban Development), Prof. Cecilia Wong

Panel debate

12.00 Close

Past Event

Tue 02/11/21, 10am–12pm
Zoom
Related Events: LoTAG at UDL

Exploring the current state of the art on community engagement around changes to the highway and examples of where this has been employed successfully in London.

Speakers include:

  • Gary Nolan (TfL)
  • Fraser MacDonald (TfL)
  • Lucy Bush (Britain Thinks)
  • Neil Goldberg (LB Haringey)
  • Simon Hollowood (LB Haringey)

Please note this event is limited to London borough and TfL officers only.

Past Event

Wed 22/09/21, 10am–12pm
Related Events: LoTAG at UDL

This session will explore the practical levers that boroughs can pull to reduce transport related pollution, alongside a discussion about the impact of transport initiatives more generally on air quality.

Please note this event is limited to London borough and TfL officers only.

Agenda

10.00

  • Welcome and introduction

10.05

  • Developing effective local Air Quality measures and quantifying their impact (Nick Ayland, Integrated Transport planning)

10:25

  • London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (Hayley Fails, TfL)

10:45

  • Securing air quality improvements through partnership working (Kate Fenton, Cross River Partnership)

11:05

  • School Air Quality Audits in London (Mark Cottray, WSP)

11:25

  • Beech Street – delivering targeted air quality improvements in the urban environment (Kristian Turner, City of London)

11:45

  • Q&A

12.00

  • Close
Past Event

Thu 15/07/21, 10am–12pm
Related Events: LoTAG at UDL

How do we best plan for the future of our streets and transport networks in a world of such uncertainty?  This session will include a range of perspectives on the issue, relevant for those working on local transport planning.

Agenda includes:

  • The engineers' response to uncertainty - Brian Deegan, Urban Movement
  • DfT Uncertainty Toolkit and the Common Analytical Scenarios - Richard Harrap, DfT
  • Perspective and judgement in planning for the future - Glenn Lyons, UWE Bristol
  • A London perspective - Stefan Trinder & Claire Cheriyan, TfL

Please note this event is limited to London borough and TfL officers only.

Past Event

Wed 09/06/21, 10am–12pm
Online
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A frank conversation about the difficulties faced by officers, and some of the techniques that might be useful for dealing with those challenges. We’ll also cover the support available from the various professional organisations and institutions, and update practitioners on routes to the various formal accreditations (e.g. chartership) that can be explored.

Please note this event is limited to London borough and TfL officers only.

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