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Parking and Traffic Management: The Role of Local Authorities in Tackling Congestion Symposium, 28th February

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 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For further information about this upcoming event click here:

https://cephaspublicpolicy.co.uk/17-parking-and-traffic-management-the-role-of-local-authorities-in-tackling-congestion-in-our-towns-cities-and-communities

If you have any questions about this public policy symposium email Mark Sundhu, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone:

Events Team

CEPHAS Public Policy Communications Ltd

 020 3763 9604

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TAG have recently submitted evidence to the joint inquiry and it has now been accepted by the committee so is publicly available.

TAG response of Government Aviation consultation

TAG has recently responded to the government's consultation on Aviation Strategy.

Many thanks to those who contributed and particularly Rob Sibley (ex Westminster, GLC and the Airports) who has carried out the bulk of the work on the submission.

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