HMEP show goes on the road

21/01/2014
Highways Reporters

The Highways Maintenance Efficiency Programme (HMEP) is working with the Department for Transport (DfT) to deliver a roadshow of seven events across England.

Starting this Friday (24 January), the events will give delegates the opportunity to 'have their say' and to discuss future funding options linked to efficiencies for highways maintenance.

With the real possibility that future highways funding will be linked to greater efficiencies to support the transformation, planning and delivery of roads from 2015/16, these events are a 'must attend' opportunity for senior leaders, highways practitioners and service providers .

The Department will shortly be publishing a document which aims to stimulate discussion during the roadshows including future funding options. Attendees will also hear more about the Highways Maintenance Efficiency Programme and its 2020 vision for improving highways efficiencies and a range of good practice examples from your area – all to be discussed with delegates during the events.

The dates and locations of the events are as follows or follow link:

1. North West

24 January 2014, 1000-1230

Queen Elizabeth Hall, Oldham City Council, Oldham, Greater Manchester

2. North East

31 January 2014, 1400-1630

Durham County Council, County Hall, Durham, County Durham

3. South West

7 February 2014, 1000-1230

Coaver Club, County Hall, Exeter, Devon County Council, South Devon

4. East of England

12th February 2014, 1030-1300

Highways Agency, Woodlands, Manton Lane, Manton Industrial Estate, Bedford, Bedfordshire

5. Yorkshire & The Humber

18 February 2014, 1000-1230

City of York Council, West Offices. Station Rise, York, North Yorkshire

6. South East

20 February 2014, 1000-1230

Unipart Conference Centre, Unipart House, Cowley, Oxford, Oxfordshire

7. East and West Midlands

26 February 2014, 1000-1230

The Axis, 10 Holliday Street, Birmingham, West Midlands

If you are interested in attending any of the events you can register by email at HMRoadshows2014@dft.gsi.gov.uk. Entry is free.

For more information go to the HMEP website at: www.highwaysefficiency.org.uk/events
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