- Steve Ives, Head of Competitions, Office for Low Emission Vehicles
- Patrick Cusworth, Senior Policy Adviser, BVRLA
- Peter Stephens, Head, UK External and Government Affairs, Nissan
- Sam Clarke, Co-Director, Gnewt
- Sam Rouse, Senior Air Quality Officer, Brighton & Hove Council
- Polly Cook, Executive Programme Manager, Projects, Programmes, & Procurement Unit, Leeds City Council
- Rebecca Kite, Environment Policy Manager, Freight Transport Association
- Jim McClelland (Chair), Sustainability Consultant & Associate, Chelgate
The new Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill demonstrates that cleaner air is a Government priority. Low emission vehicles form a key part of DfT's air quality plans, and funding is available for local authorities to support ULEV schemes.
Join Westminster Briefing in February to hear from Steve Ives, Head of Competitions, Office for Low Emission Vehicles and receive an up-to-date brief on the Government’s strategy. You will explore recent legislation and its impact, the various funding pots available and current good practice in delivering ULEV locally.
Key Issues to be Addressed:
- Understanding Government action and priorities for low emission vehicles
- The Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill: new measures to cut congestion and improve air quality
- Accessing the various funding pots for ULEV
- ULEV and Taxis: introducing and sustaining schemes for electric taxis
- Local incentives to support the uptake of ULEV
- Assessing the different strategies for ULEV uptake by local authorities
- Working in partnership across agencies to deliver lower local emissions
About the Day:
In the morning session you will receive an up-to-date brief on what the Government is doing to promote cleaner air in relation to ULEV and discuss what the priorities are for your area.
The afternoon session will focus on best practice in implementing ULEV locally. You will explore case studies of effective ULEV schemes and receive practical guidance to take back to your organisation.
Who should attend?
You will join a range of transport stakeholders including: leaders, strategy directors, planners and elected members in local authorities, transport executives, transport providers, local air quality teams, environmental health and protection, public health, passenger representative groups; business and LEP representatives; health, environment, education and community transport representatives and anyone with an interest in the take-up of ULEVs locally.