The £114 million Liveable Neighbourhoods programme, funded by Transport for London (TfL), is giving 18 London boroughs – and more in the coming years – the opportunity to create streets and places that encourage walking, cycling and the use of public transport.
The programme supports the aims of the Mayor's Transport Strategy by funding local schemes to reduce car trips and improve neighbourhoods. The successful delivery of this vision depends on London Borough officers, working with TfL and local stakeholders. This event is aimed at supporting the successful delivery of Liveable Neighbourhoods across London by connecting and promoting knowledge-sharing between current and future participants.
The Institute of Air Quality Management (IAQM) presents Routes to Clean Air 2019, a two-day annual conference where air quality, public health and transport professionals, in both the private and public sectors, share their experiences of improving traffic emissions.
Speakers will discuss a range of topical issues offering their insight into the steps required to improve air quality, including best practice examples and practical challenges faced during implementation. Delegates will gain valuable CPD, have the opportunity to network with fellow air quality professionals and interact with leading organisations in the air quality sector.
Details to be confirmed.
The National Air Quality Conference serves as a platform for business, local authorities and the third sector to learn, network and celebrate as an industry.
The sixth annual event will be hosted on the 12th November 2019 at Lords Cricket Ground, London.
Since taking over the Air Quality News portfolio in December 2018 we have added new features and functionality to the website, vastly increased web traffic and have doubled the number of newsletter subscribers. In addition, we have also developed a new and exciting product that will launch at this year’s annual conference.
IAPSC is a forum for the exchange of information and best practice in the field of air quality measurement and management in the UK.
It is intended primarily for those with legal responsibilities for managing air quality but has relevance for industrial process operators and service supply companies.