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Join us for this event to refresh your knowledge by discussing the recently redrafted Active Travel Delivery, Planning and Design Guidance. This statutory document was originally published in 2014 to complement the Active Travel (Wales) Act, and has been updated in light of user feedback and evolving policy and regulation.
This event is for all those involved or interested in the planning, design and delivery of active travel infrastructure, as well as anybody whose work intersects with active travel modes, for example as part of highway or integrated transport schemes, in land use planning, housing, urban design, or regeneration schemes in Wales.
It will provide an opportunity to share experience for those who have used the previous Guidance and learn what changes have been made in the new edition. You will learn and discuss how the different parts of the Guidance and its associated tools can support you in your work, and be able to give your views as part of the Welsh Government consultation.
We are delighted to announce that Lee Waters Deputy Minister for Active Travel will be attendance and give a key note address.
Breakfast rolls will be available on arrival, please indicate your dietary preference when registering your attendance.
If your language preference is Welsh for this seminar – please contact [email protected]
The event is co-hosted with Welsh Government, CIHT, CILT and RTPI.
Deputy Minister for Economy and Transport
Lee Waters is the Assembly Member for the Llanelli constituency. He was born and raised in Carmarthenshire. He was educated in Brynamman and Ammanford and gained a degree in politics from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
His policy interests are wide-ranging, including the economy, climate change, provision for looked after children, digital policy and the media.
Lee is the Welsh Labour and Co-operative Member of the National Assembly for Wales for the Llanelli constituency. Before being elected in May 2016, Lee was Director of Wales's leading independent think-tank, the Institute of Welsh Affairs. He previously ran the sustainable transport charity Sustrans Cymru in where he led the campaign for the Active Travel Act. He is a former Chief Political Correspondent for ITV Wales.
On 13 December 2018 he was appointed Deputy Minister for Economy and Transport.
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