Wednesday, 06 June 2018 at 9:30AM
Pinsent Masons, 55 Colmore Row, Birmingham B3 2FG
This seminar will explore national and local initiatives which aim to deliver sustainable transport and development to enable and encourage active and healthy lifestyles. It will draw on project experiences of working on the Healthy New Town scheme at Whitehill Bordon, and making best use of existing highway infrastructure to accommodate improvements to cycle and bus service provision in Oxford, and will examine funding streams to deliver sustainable transport infrastructure to increase cycling and walking, and to unlock development potential.
Confirmed Speakers include:
- Sylvia Broadley, Air Quality Manager, Birmingham City Council
- Stewart Wilson, Principal Transport Planner, Oxfordshire County Council
- Andy Middleton, Birmingham Cycle Revolution Programme Manager, Birmingham City Council
- Annabel Precious, Associate Director, Wood
Robbie Owen, Partner & Head of Infrastructure Planning & Government Affairs and Matthew Fox, Solicitor, Pinsent Masons
This is a morning Seminar followed by lunch. View the full programme.
This event is eligible for booking at a reduced cost as part of the RTPI West Midlands multi-buy. Find out what other events are included in the WM multi-buy, the cost and how to book
The RTPI West Midlands 2018 CPD programme is kindly sponsored by No5 Chambers.