Geo-Environmental is delighted to be sponsoring a seminar with private and public stakeholders interested in delivering enhanced interconnectivity across the Midlands. This builds on the work that we have been doing in the region from our Birmingham office in Fort Dunlop.
ACE is leading a seminar with private and public stakeholders interested in delivering enhanced interconnectivity across the Midlands. The all-day event follows the earlier breakfast meeting with Maria Machancoses, Director of Midlands Connect. The day will explore a range of transport innovations in the region including:
Using improved regional interconnectivity to encourage smarter transport choices
Mitigating the adverse impacts of transport activity on the environment
Driving SME innovation through smart procurement
Using improved regional interconnectivity to support housing and employment growth
This event is by invitation only – should you wish to attend please go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/driving-enhanced-interconnectivity-across-the-midlands-an-ace-midlands-seminar-tickets-48233354261
About MIDLANDS CONNECT:
Midlands Connect, in collaboration with central government, brings together local authorities and local enterprise partnerships from across the Midlands.
Together, the Midlands Connect Partnership and the Department for Transport have developed a transport strategy that identifies the major infrastructure projects needed to improve the connectivity of our region’s key locations so we can help drive economic growth and power the Midlands Engine.
Sir John Peace, chairman of Midlands Connect and Midlands Engine, said: “We sit at the heart of the UK’s transport network and therefore an investment in this region’s transport will have a remarkable benefit to the whole country and create a positive ripple effect to boost the development of industry, skills and infrastructure.
“This Strategy will help to secure the further infrastructure funding needed to lay the groundwork for improved connectivity across the Midlands, bringing the East and West closer together and opening the region’s businesses to the world.”
For more information on Midlands Connect visit https://www.midlandsconnect.uk/
As the leading business association in the sector, ACE members are at the heart of delivering, maintaining and upgrading our buildings, structures and infrastructure. They provide specialist services to a diverse range of sectors including water, transportation, housing and energy.
For more information on the Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) https://www.acenet.co.uk