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Taking the hazard out of hazardous waste changes
Taking the hazard out of hazardous waste changes A link to the government's web site on this topic
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Web: www.environment-agency.gov.uk/news/

The Future of Local Government
The Future of Local Government: Developing a 10-year vision use this link to access the full report
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Best Value Performance Indicators 2005-06
Best Value Performance Indicators 2005-06: use this link to access the Consultation document published on 4th August
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Web: www.info4local.gov.uk/searchreport.asp?id=21005&heading;=e-mail+alert

TAG MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION
To apply for membership of TAG, follow the link and go to National Activities, then Administration then membership application forms
Roy Fairclough
E-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.t-a-g.org.uk

labour Manifesto 2005
To see a compilation of the elements of the Labour Party manifesto which impact directly on the work of the Technical Adviser, go to the news section of the main web site
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AA Motoring Trust news and Views
The AA Trust has published its first edition of news and views. Articles include Putting a face on roadworks Could secure cars lead to more violence? Reflecting on new lorry markings More flexibility on child seat laws Laminated glass, better all round Motorway speed limits � what do you think? EUROPEAN NEWS Carry extra car kit or face fines in Europe NEWS FROM AMERICA More than 10,000 unbelted car deaths Driven to distraction
Claire McGhee
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Web: www.AAtrust.com

LTT Discount Offer
0ne-off special discount for Local Transport Today 09/10/2005 On behalf of all TAG members, the Transportation Committee have negotiated a 0ne-off special discount for Local Transport Today and Parking Review of 25% on the normal price (one year subscription to LTT would be �60 rather than the normal �80 and Parking Review one year subscription for �49 rather than the normal �65). You can also take out the option of two or three year subscription with the same discount. If you already subscribe to Local Transport Today or Parking Review, this gives you an opportunity to secure your personal copy and read one at your leisure while still allowing your traffic department to get their copy reasonably quickly. The only stipulations for this deal are that you have it sent to your home address and offer ends at close of play on 5th December � perhaps your partner or friend can buy you an early Christmas present! Once you are a subscriber to LTT you have the opportunity to subscribe at half price to Transit � our sister publication, which provides news and analysis on who and what is driving change in the passenger transport sector. To sign up to the deal, please quote 'TAG05' and contact:- Bhavesh Negandhi Subscriptions Manager Local Transport Today Limited 250 Kennington Lane London SE11 5RD Tel: +44 (0)845 270 7857 (Ext - 2857) Fax:+44 (0)845 270 7960 E-mail- [email protected] Web site- www.landor.co.uk For further details contact: Bhavesh Negandhi discounted offer for LTT Telephone: (0)845 270 7857 (Ext - 2857) Email: [email protected] Article Date: 01-01-2004
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Bulletin 51
Bulletin 51 is now posted on the web site Click here to see the document Contents ACTO REUNION. TAG COUNCIL MEETING 15TH OCTOBER CAR PARKING UPDATE - IAN BETTS CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY CASCADE - CIC 15TH OCTOBER. CJC DOCUMENTS. DRAFT HOUSING GUIDE - THE FUTURE OF LOCAL AUTHORITY HOUSING STOCKS A RESPONSE TO THE GERSHON REPORT ON PUBLIC SECTOR EFFICIENCY
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Web: www.t-a-g.org.uk

TAG TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE 17TH JUNE 2005
Go to the Council and Copmmittees agendas section of the main web site for full details of this meeting
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Web: www.t-a-g.org.uk

TAG Transportation Committee
TAG TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE MEETING Meeting at IHT London 26th November 2004 The following topics were discussed at the metimg on 26th November. to see a full set of the minutes follow the link to our main site Draft guidance on LTPs . A response from TAG has been submitted on fixed penalties and on the motor cycle strategy Dates of meetings � TRL will be hosting 17-06-05 meeting � there will be an opportunity for a visit to the facilities Presentation on Pedestrian auditing system by Stuart Reid TRL. Performance and Efficiency in Transportation and Highways Future Role of Committee and general discussion Traffic Management Act Highway Management and maintenance LARSOA LGA Any Other Business (i) Smart choices conference 25th Nov Dates of Next Meetings 18/03/05 - IHT London 17-06-05 - TRL Bracknell 16-09-05 - IHT London 2-12-05 - IHT London
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WELCOME TO THE CIC CASCADE
CIC Cascade 14 February The briefing from the Construction Industry Council (CIC) � the representative forum for the industry�s professional bodies, research organisations and specialist trade associations. www.cic.org.uk The CIC Cascade is prepared by CIC and ConstructionPlus � the leading supplier of online industry news from the publishers of the Architects� Journal, Construction News and New Civil Engineer. www.constructionplus.co.uk WELCOME TO THE CIC CASCADE Cascade is an electronic newsletter which reaches out to members of the CIC member bodies and others within the construction industry. This email reaches over 50,000 people. Please pass this newsletter onto anyone you think will be interested. 1. Fourth Happold Medal Lecture to focus on the Regeneration of Manchester 2. CIC Chief Executive and CIOB President call for Unified Government for the Construction Industry 3. CIC Publications � Sustainability Pack offer 4. Sustainable Building Design Scheme launched 5. Cabinet Office and CIC 6. Events 7. Industry News from Constructionplus 1. Fourth Happold Medal Lecture to focus on the regeneration of Manchester The CIC and the Happold Trust are to host the fourth Happold Medal Lecture, a regular event held in memory of the CIC�s first chairman, Professor Sir Edmund (Ted) Happold. Sir Howard Bernstein, will receive the fourth Happold Medal award after delivering the lecture �The Regeneration of Manchester� on Monday 4th April 2005 at 6.30pm at the ICE in London. Further information cascade/feb051.shtml 2. CIC Chief Executive and CIOB President call for Unified Government for the Construction Industry Guests at the recent CIOB Annual Dinner heard both Graham Watts, Chief Executive of CIC, and Geoff Wright, CIOB President call for the Government to form a single Department for the Built Environment. Further information cascade/feb051.shtml#2 3. CIC Publications � Sustainability Pack offer Following the recent Sustainable Communities Summit CIC is offering a special deal on sustainability publications. The Sustainability Pack, which includes 4 publications, can be bought for �10.00 plus postage, a saving of over �17.00 Further information cascade/feb051.shtml#3 4. Sustainable Building Design Scheme launched The The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland scored a world first on 1st February, launching an accreditation scheme for sustainable building designers. Further information cascade/feb051.shtml#4 5. Cabinet Office and CIC CIC involvement with the Cabinet Office�s Regulatory Impact Unit of the Business Regulation Team, over the last two years, is reflected in the BRT �End of Year Report 2004�. There is also mention of follow up work for our sector in their �Scoping Report 2005� Further information cascade/feb051.shtml#5 6. Events The events page of the CIC website is frequently updated visit newsevents/events.shtml for details. 7.Industry news from ConstructionPlus CONSTRUCTION Two workmen dead in crane collapse Two workmen died and one was seriously injured when a crane collapsed on a construction site near Durrington High School in Worthing, West Sussex last week. www.cnplus.co.uk ARCHITECTURE Livingstone�s design team to �transform� Victoria Embankment London mayor Ken Livingstone has commissioned a report into how best to improve London�s historic Victoria Embankment. www.ajplus.co.uk CIVIL ENGINEERING Hatfield jury told of Railtrack privatisation problems The jury trying five rail executives accused of the manslaughter of four passengers who died in the Hatfield disaster was told this week that Railtrack was faced with inadequate resources and other problems after privatisation. www.nceplus.co.uk ***************************************************************** If you no longer wish to receive the Cascade simply return this email to the originator with 'delete from cascade' in the subject box. Please note that CIC will not always be the originator since the cascade is passed on through original recipients to others and so on.
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Application for TAG membership
To apply for membership of TAG, follow the link to the main TAG web site, and go to National Activities, then Administration then membership application
Roy Fairclough County House, 12/13 Sussex Street, Plymouth PL1 2HR Phone: Tel 01752 213665 Fax 01752 222678
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Web: www.t-a-g.org.uk

CIRIA Highlights late October
CIRIA Highlights Fortnightly e-newsletter Leading provider of performance improvement products and services in the construction and related industries. LATE OCTOBER 2005 CIRIA initiatives CEEQUAL Helping civil engineering projects achieve environmental performance excellence Buildoffsite Promoting construction offsite Contents Latest news New publications Events, conferences and training Other activities Latest news Download free site decommissioning guidance from the SD:SPUR website details Reinforcements arrive: soil nailing guidance out now! details Sign up for contaminated land news alerts details Marine sand and gravel - reeling in the experts details New publications Soil nailing - best practice guidance. details Environmental good practice on site (update of C502) details Environmental good practice on site checklist (update of C503) details Events, conferences and training Construction Industry Environmental Forum (CIEF) Helps organisations involved in construction improve their environmental and sustainability performance From better buildings to better business� leadership and sustainable construction best practice, 09/11/2005, Woking details Aggregates recycling - exploring the technology, drivers and market, a seminar and site vist, 16/11/2005, Birmingham details Construction Productivity Network (CPN) Delivers leading-edge thinking and improvement opportunities to the construction industry Partnering for success: Scottish Water Solutions, 03/11/05, Glasgow details The Skills and Recruitment challenge for the construction industry � a way forward, 08/11/05, London details Learning Lessons: Profiting from project events, 10/11/05, Cardiff details Use of the EFQM Excellence Model in construction procurement, 22/11/05, London details Learning Lessons: Profiting from project events, 24/11/05, Wrexham details Squaring the circle: Partnering with Fusion21, 01/12/05, Manchester details Local Authority Contaminated Land Network (LACL) Working together to deliver sound contaminated land management throughout the UK Contaminated land - legal liabilities, 03/11/05, Bristol details Innovative methods for assessment and remediation of contaminated land, 06/12/05, Birmingham details Training and workshops Making collaboration pay - an NCCTP conference, 15/11/2005, London details Modular SUDS training, 24/11/05, Loughborough details Modular SUDS training, 17-18/01/06, Loughborough details Modular SUDS training, 16/02/06, Loughborough details European marine sand and gravel conference � reeling in the experts, 20-21/02/06, London details Modular SUDS training, 28/03/06, Loughborough details Easy Access Environmental Management training workshops Delivers training to support and assist construction companies as they develop and implement environmental management systems details Other activities Evolution � CIRIA's quarterly newsletter download (pdf) | subscribe Sustainable Drainage News � bi-annual bulletin of news and developments in sustainable drainage systems download (pdf) | subscribe | visit the SUDS website EMSAGG Bulletin � bi-annual bulletin of the European Marine Sand and Gravel Group download (pdf) | subscribe | visit the EMSAGG website CBC News � CIRIA Books Club members' newsletter download (pdf) | subscribe Annual review download (pdf) To cancel your subscription to CIRIA HIGHLIGHTS, reply to this e-mail with the word UNSUBSCRIBE in the Subject Line. If you do not have access to the Web, call us for further details. If you know someone else who would enjoy this newsletter please forward a copy to them so they can subscribe. CIRIA www.ciria.org Tel +44 (0)20 7549 3300 Classic House 174-180 Old Street London EC1V 9BP CIRIA Scotland [email protected] CIRIA Hong Kong [email protected]
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ROAD2000: A condition survey for London
ROAD2000: A condition survey for London 22nd November 2005 Novotel Hammersmith Booking & further details lot4a.htm
Mick Stone LoTAG 020 8753 3085 07718 536 349 [email protected] www.lotag.com
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Web: lot4a.htm

TAG COUNCIL 18TH MARCH 2005
Action notes from the TAG council on 18th march can be seen on the main web site. Follow the above link.
John Holdsworth TAG PRO.
E-mail: john.e.holdsworth'btinternet.com
Web: www.t-a-g.org.uk

05-12.pdf
APSE Latest Headlines APSE Housing & Building Services Seminar: Times are changing! Developing solutions to deliver service improvements APSE Briefing: ODPM 5 Year Plans � Sustainable Communities: People, Places and Prosperity APSE Briefing: Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 APSE Briefing: Delivering Efficiency In Local Government APSE Briefing: APSE Performance Networks Working Seminar 2004: Street Cleansing APSE Briefing: Freedom of Information Act 2000 APSE Scotland seminar: Environmental Enhancement - The Driving Force APSE Briefing: School Meals � Raising the Standard APSE Press Release: Trade Union Leader Urges Construction Industry to be "Socially Responsible"
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Web: www.apse.org.uk/05-12.pdf