Friday, 03 November 2017 at 9:30AM
Somerset County Cricket Club, The County Ground, Taunton, TA1 1JT, UK
This event will focus on the relationships that exist between accommodating movement and the creation of economically successful, desirable and healthy places. Specific references will be made to the impact of technology both in the planning process and in management of the transport system.
Speaker and topic information
- Topic TBC - James Cleeton, Sustrans
- Topic TBC - Rob McDonald, Peter Brett Associates
- Emerging strategy for surface access to Bristol Airport
Mark Herbert, Planning Manager at Bristol Airport
‘Autonomous vehicles’ and their potential impacts on urban planning and wider society – Professor Graham Parkhurst, Director, Centre for Transport and Society at University of the West of England
Plus more topics and speakers TBC
Special Business General Meeting
The principal purpose of the SBGM is to report on the results of the Elections to the 2018 RTPI SW Regional Management Board and Regional Activities Committee and to appoint any new committee members to fill any vacancies at the meeting. The SPGM will take place before lunch during the conference. RTPI Members are welcome to attend the SPGM element for free. Please register attendance to Charlotte.Daborn@rtpi.org.uk
More information on the board and nominations
How to book
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