Join us for the Transport Planning Event of the Summer!What is TPM?Now in its 18th year, The Transport Practitioners’ Meeting (TPM) is the annual meeting place for all transport planners, placemakers, highway engineers and urban transport designers. TPM is geared towards bringing the wider transport and built environment community together, for two days of world class networking, idea sharing and lively debate.Why attend TPM?• Sessions covering the latest developments and emerging best practice on a wide variety of topics including Global Trends, Shared Economy, Smart Cities, Transport Economics and many more!• Hands-on workshops and over one hundred unique paper presentations highlighting challenges, solutions and innovations in the transport sector• Sponsored networking drinks reception, prestigious annual awards ceremony and dinner• Two-day discounted rates, discounts for select membership organisations, two-for-one for Local Authorities on the standard rateWhere is TPM being held?#2020TPM will be held 2 - 3 September in London. There is plenty of opportunity to get involved be it presenting a poster or presentation, sponsoring a network session or simply soaking in the atmosphere – The Transport Practitioners’ Meeting is a must attend event for any practitioner!Find out more information at www.transportconference.co.ukBook your place at TPM!*
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When: 15 May 2020Where: Northampton CollegeThe Northamptonshire Logistics Forum have recently launched the 2020 Northamptonshire Logistics Awards. Many of you have a logistics function and the awards are about recognising success in the logistics sector in the county. The awards are free to enter and all finalists receive a ticket to the awards dinner on Friday 4th September. Have a look through and enter or nominate a colleague – to find more details visit www.northantslogisticsforum.com Categories:
Application forms and criteria can be found at www.northantslogisticsforum.com Thank you to all of our sponsors – without their support and your support these awards would not happen. We have a few opportunities left for sponsorship so if you or contacts are interested in sponsoring please drop me an email for more details. Good luck & look forward to seeing your entries! Deadline for entries is Monday 22nd June.
When: 14 October 08:30 - 18:00Where: Northamptonshire County Golf Club, Golf Lane, Church Brampton, Northants, NN6 8AZ
This meeting includes an 18 hole Stableford golf competition, 3 course dinner and prize-giving. There is an optional 9 hole competition starting at 0830 for those who wish to play more golf. The event will conclude with a 3 course meal and prize-giving. The meeting is partly sponsored by FPS and Artko. Apart from the main competition trophy prizes, there will be guest and other prizes. The County Golf Club (near Northampton) is a top-rated course and an excellent members’ golf club. The CILT Golf Society has held its Summer Meeting at Copt Heath Golf Club since 2014, rating it as another of our favourite events and an ideal opportunity to bring a guest.Cost: Golf Society Member £50.00 Non-Member £60.00 For more information or to book contact Brian Childs.The Clubhouse and surrounds have wheelchair access but not on the golf course. Golf buggies are available for hire from the Pro Shop for those with mobility issues.
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