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Portsmouth, Oxford, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Islington, Hackney, Bristol, Bath & NE Somerset, Warrington, Southwark, Edinburgh, Cambridge, Lancashire, Chichester, Glasgow City, York, Liverpool, Manchester, Brighton & Hove, Middlesbrough, Camden, Waltham Forest, City of London, Greenwich, Wigan, Rochdale, Otley, Bury, Bolton, Nottingham, Birmingham, Lewisham, Coventry

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We are delighted to be partnering with Landor Links for our 2015 conference which is being hosted by Cambridge City Council.

We already have some excellent speakers and you can book here. You can also download the flyer below from here.

SPEAKERS INCLUDE

Chris Boardman MBE
Policy Advisor
British Cycling

Dr Joanne-Marie Cairns
 Post-Doctural Research Associate
 in Public Health Geography
Centre for Health and
Inequalities Research (CHIR)

Rod King MBE
Campaign Director
20's Plenty for Us

Dr David Bonnett RIBA FRSA
Principal
David Bonnett Associates

Nicola Wass
Chief Executive
SoMo

Joe Irvin
Chief Executive
Living Streets

PROGRAMME

10:00-10:30 Registration  
Chair Phil Moore, President of TAG and Head of Highways and Parking Services, Medway Council
Welcome Councillor Lewis Herbert, Leader, Cambridge City Council
SESSION ONE
lessons from implementing 20mph cities
 
Cambridge Andrew Preston, Project Delivery & Environment Manager, Streets & Open Spaces, Cambridge City Council
Manchester Rachel Christie, Strategic Area Manager, Manchester City Council
Liverpool Nicola Wass, CEO, SoMo
London Ben Johnson, Transport for London
SESSION TWO
keynote discussion
 
20mph and its place in the "Cycling Revolution" Chris Boardman MBE, Policy Advisor, British Cycling
20mph and its place in the "Urban Renaissance" Joe Irvin, Chief Executive, Living Streets
Campaigner of the Year Presented by Anna Semlyen, Campaign Manager, 20's Plenty for Us
LUNCH  
SESSION THREE  
Afternoon keynote Christian Wolmar
the effects of 20mph on public health  
the impact of 20mph on public health Dr Joanne-Marie Cairns, Post-Doctural Research Associate in Public Health Geography, Centre for Health and Inequalities Research (CHIR), Durham University
implementation of 20mph to achieve public health outcomes Paul Butcher, Public Health Director, Calderdale Council
the impact of 20mph on place and equality Dr David Bonnett RIBA FRSA, Principal David Bonnett Associates
20mph - the developing norm - opportunities & challenges ahead Rod King MBE, Campaign Director, 20's Plenty for Us
16:00 Close  

DELEGATE RATES

DELEGATE RATES   EARLY BOOKING DISCOUNT RATES*  
Public Sector 225 Public Sector 125
Private Sector 249 Private Sector 199
Additional delegates 125    

Note that VAT will be charged at normal rates

For more information and to book online visit - www.transportXtra.com/events

       

For further details please email us at info@20splentyforus.org.uk or see our contact details here