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Low Emission Construction for London

The London Low Emission Construction Partnership ran an event at City Hall on March 12th 2019, to feedback to the London boroughs and industry stakeholders on some of the key learning gained during the previous phases of this project.

Presentation topics included the latest policy updates from the GLA, NRMM compliance audit requirements, ‘Best in Class’ approaches to emission reduction, improving atmospheric emission inventories for NRMM and case studies of best practise from major infrastructure projects.

Attendees at this event included environmental and planning officers from the London boroughs, plant manufacturers and construction industry representatives.  

Please click on the titles below to view the presentations given during the session.

 Emma Fenton,
 Greater London Authority

 The London Plan and future policy for construction in London

 Jason Andrews,
 LB Merton

 NRMM compliance audits – what to expect

 Daniel Marsh,
 King’s College London

 LLECP – Best in class emission reduction

 Andrea Davidson & Neil Wait,
 HS2

 Innovation on construction – building by example

 Darren White, Thames Tideway & Tom   Cardy, Emissions Analytics

 More by river, reducing on-road freight

 Dr David Green,
 King’s College London

 NRMM emissions and policy development

It is not possible to share Dr Green's slides at present as the content forms part of an unpublished PhD but we hope to make these available at a later date.