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National New Waste Strategy & 21st Century Cities Conference

UK Government’s 25 Year Vision: Delivering 21st Century Environmental Services in UK’s Cities

Hosted by Birmingham City Council and Integrated Skills

When: Tuesday 13th November 09.30 – 16.00
Where: Banqueting Suite, Council House, Victoria Square, Birmingham, B1 1BB

Who should attend?
Decision-makers and Strategic Planners, Service Directors/Managers/Designers and Comms’ Managers from UK urban local authorities who are planning and delivering current & future waste & environmental services.

Why Attend?
The conference theme is targeted towards helping the UK’s largest urban authorities meet 21st Century Standards; and in particular:

  • Government’s new Waste Strategy targets; and
  • public expectation for improved service quality

 

The conference will: showcase authorities already making significant improvements to their services; look at the tools and technologies to help them make the change, and preview the Smart Cities initiative. The conference will also address the human side of these changes; how can we best help our employees respond to new technology, and how can we engage with residents in new ways to ensure these challenging targets are achieved.

Presentations

Keynote: The Government’s Waste & Resources Strategy

  • Joan Walley – Chair of the Aldersgate Group

 

The Government’s Waste & Resources Strategy – Options for Local Authorities

  • Victoria Hutchin – Associate Waste & Resource Management Consultant WYG

 

Route Planning, In-cab and Back-office Technology to meet Improvement Targets

  • Gareth Barwell – Head of Place Management, City of Edinburgh Council

 

What Does a Smart City Look Like?

  • Girish Betadpur – Amnick Social Enterprise

 

A Connected Technologies Approach to Waste Services

  • Vaughan Johnson – Business Services Manager, Colchester Borough Council

 

Can you Nudge People to Recycle More?

  • Trewin Restorick – CEO Hubbub UK

 

Realising the Transformation Potential of Technology Requires a Focus on Internal Change

  • Suzie Hamlin PhD – Organisational Dynamics Consultant

 

Improving Service Quality – Tools for Change/Transforming Data into Service Intelligence

  • Andy Clewes & Stuart Henshaw – Integrated Skills

 

Conference Cost Conference and refreshments are FREE.The number of places is limited so book early to ensure your place.

See the event flyer here: Smart Cities

TO BOOK YOUR PLACE, EMAIL:
ISLConf2018@integrated-skills.com