The Logistics of Clean Air Zones

24th October 2019, 4:39 pm

More than 25 local authorities in England and Wales have been instructed by the government to develop and implement clean air plans, many of which are expected to include a charging zone. Within three years, commercial and freight vehicles are expected to be subject to daily charges unless they meet emissions targets. With 1.6 billion tonnes of freight lifted per year, and contributing £12 billion to the UK
economy, the sector needs to be fully prepared for the changes.

Join Squire Patton Boggs at this briefing event on 7th November (8.30am to 11am) to be updated on the public sector’s plans and hear a range of views on how the sector is preparing. Speakers and panellists include:

• Megan Black, Head of Logistics & Environment, TfGM
• Stuart Gethin, Associate Director, Arup
• Nick Helm, Partner, Squire Patton Boggs
• Carlos Vicente, Retrofit Sales Director, Eminox
• David Kendrick, Automotive Partner, UHY Hacker Young
• Claire Evans, Head of Fleet Consultancy, Zenith
• Justin Kirkhope, National Transport Strategy Manager, Co-op Food Logistics

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