Transport Planning Day – 20 November 2019

Transport Planning Day will be held on 20 November at the Institution of Civil Engineers in London.

The event will highlight the vital role that transport planners play in improving quality of life. It will bring together communities, local politicians and professionals, from across the built environment sector to discuss best practice in community engagement in transport planning.

We will also announce the winner of our People’s Award, which showcases best practice in community engagement in transport planning, from the community’s perspective.

The event will also highlight best practice in bringing transport and land-use planning together, including our work with the Transport for New Homes project to develop new awards focusing on the importance of sustainable transport for housing developments.

This year’s keynote speakers are:

  • Afternoon session 15:00 - 17:30:

    Isobel Pastor, Head of Planning Policy, Housing and Transport at the Department for Transport and David Waterhouse, Head of Infrastructure at the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government will deliver a speech about their Government work on housing and transport.

    Matt Winfield, Director of Sustrans London will talk about Sustrans’ work in London supporting cycling and sustainable transport and positive places for people.

  • Evening session 17:30 - 21:00

    Camilla Ween, Architect and Built Environment Expert will deliver an evening speech

    Platinum partner: Richard Sanderson, Head of Transport Planning at Jacobs

    Gold partners: Patrick Clarke, UK+Ireland Masterplanning Lead at AECOM and Stuart Croucher, Technical Director at Mott MacDonald.

TPS members are very welcome at this event. If you’d like to attend, please RSVP by booking through the ICE website. We look forward to seeing you there!

In the evening session, TPS will host an awards ceremony where Stephen Joseph OBE, transport policy consultant and Chair of the People’s Award judges will reveal the winners of the People’s Award, which highlights what transport planners should look to in developing local schemes.

The winner of the Transport for New Homes award recognising non-car dependent new housing will also be announced at the awards ceremony.



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