News

Transforming London Highways Management e-newsletter - Issue Number 8

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.

Attachments:
Download this file (TLHM_newsletter_8 December_2011_v1.2.pdf)TLHM_newsletter_8 December_2011_v1.2.pdf712 kB390 Downloads

TAG Council and National Transport Committee final agenda and papers 2-12-11 at LGG headquarters

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.

Read more: TAG Council and National Transport Committee final agenda and papers 2-12-11 at LGG headquarters

Road2011

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.

Read more: Road2011

Additional information