CIHT, 119 Britannia Walk, London, N1 7JE, UNITED KINGDOM
Join CIHT London for their Annual General Meeting (AGM) following an event on "London airport surface access and its role as wider policy enabler"
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that CIHT London Region will hold it's Annual General Meeting at 17:30 at 119 Britannia Walk, London, N1 7JE on Wednesday 29 May 2019.
This is an exceptionally important event within the Regions calendar as it allows you, the Membership to have a direct say in how the Committee is ran and the focus and direction you wish to see over the coming year. In addition to receiving an update on what’s been undertaken over the last twelve months, Members will also be able to vote for a new Committee who will preside over what is expected to be another busy and productive year.
If you're interested in getting involved with the committee please contact email@example.com for a list of available roles and fill out the nomination form below. Please return the Nomination form to the London Secretary by the 15 May 2019.
The AGM will take place after a present on: "London airport surface access and its role as wider policy enabler"
This presentation will look at the current and future schemes to improve surface access to London's six airports, as well as the part that better airport surface access can play in supporting wider aviation, sustainability and planning policy objectives.
Shamal Ratnayaka is the aviation strategy lead for Transport for London and has worked on all aspects of aviation policy for the Mayor of London over the last six years, including the critical issue of airport surface access. He has been responsible for drafting Mayoral responses to aviation consultations including on the National Policy Statement on airport capacity, as well as working with the Department for Transport and London's six airports. Over more than a decade at Transport for London, he has been focused on long-term planning of transport infrastructure, and has also worked on projects including the Bakerloo line Extension, Crossrail 2 and High Speed Two as well as the Mayor's Transport Strategy. He is a graduate of the University of Oxford and the University of Bonn and previously worked for the Financial Times in London and New York.