Institute Public Policy and Guidance
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport is dedicated to shaping change in all aspects of logistics, supply chain and transport. CILT plays a vital role in the development of policy and guidance, producing regular submissions to the UK Government, European Commission and other bodies as well as publishing reports and consultation responses which review and respond to recent policy proposals.
The Institute has no political affiliations and does not support any particular vested interests. Our principal concerns are that transport and logistics policies and procedures should be effective and efficient; based on objective analysis of the issues and practical experience and that good practice should be widely disseminated and adopted. To meet these aims, a great deal of work is undertaken by our network of Forums and policy working groups and channelled through the Public Policies Committee.
CILT public policy is solely lead and developed by our members. Member input into policy reports and consultation responses ensures that CILT reflects the current concerns of the supply chain, logistics and transport professions.
If you would like to contribute to the ongoing work of our policy community please contact CILT Head of Policy firstname.lastname@example.org
Responses to the following consultations are currently being developed. If you would like to comment please contact email@example.com
Consultation on Draft Airports National Policy Statement: new runway capacity and infrastructure at airports in the south-east of England
The government believes that the need for additional capacity in the south-east of England is best met by a new north-west runway at Heathrow Airport.
The DfT is seeking views on the draft Airports National Policy Statement which the applicant for a north-west runway at Heathrow Airport would have to comply with in order to get development consent.
Further details can be found hereORR’s Approach to Monitoring and Reviewing Markets
ORR is consulting on our proposed publication of guidance regarding its approach to monitoring and reviewing markets.
Further details can be found here