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23rd February 2022
Leicester City Council is consulting on the introduction of a workplace parking levy for the city to encourage car commuters to consider other modes of transport, and to provide a sustained funding source to implement the sustainable transport measures proposed in the draft Leicester Transport Plan.
The WPL is based broadly on the scheme introduced in Nottingham and would mean that employers would be charged a levy on commuter car parking spaces. Any workplace parking levy payments received could only be spent on transport improvements.
7th December 2021
Come and join us for Christmas drinks and networking at The Cozy Club.
A chance to relax and catch up with colleagues and friends that you may not have seen for a while.
And a chance for ProCon to say thank you for your continued support as members.
30th September 2021
Please come and join us for networking and drinks at The Pitcher and Piano.
It has been far too long since we were able to meet..... and we are very excited to be able to welcome you to our first in person event for over a year.
It's a very casual affair.... no presentations..... just networking and drinks from 5.30pm to about 9.00pm.
Feel free to come along at any point and it doesn't matter if you only have half an hour to spare or want to stay all evening, but please make sure you book your place as space is limited.
8th September 2021
Leicester City Council is consulting on a new Draft Leicester Transport Plan which sets out the Council’s transport vision, ambitions and priorities for the city over the next 15 years. The council is also exploring the potential role a workplace parking levy could play in supporting delivery of the transport plan and initial thinking is also being consulted on.
A new Transport Plan for Leicester is needed to respond to the many issues facing the city including enabling city economic and population growth, tackling climate emergency and air quality challenges, improving health and physical activity levels and recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.
24th June 2021
Following on from our successful April webinar on Net Zero Carbon – Policy and Playbook – we thought we would take a closer look at some developments regionally; these are schemes currently delivering for a society more aware of the climate change emergency and the need to achieve Net Zero Carbon.
Hear from the project team who are working on the new St Margaret’s bus station in Leicester. Representatives from Arcadis, BDP and CPW will talk about the design proposal, the sustainability strategy implementation, and the technology that they are looking to use in order to achieve Net Zero Carbon in operation and Improve Quality of Life.
This will be followed by Alasdair Donn, Head of Building Performance, Group Sustainability from Willmott Dixon who will give an insight into the delivery of a number of their residential and non-residential developments.
27th May 2021
The COVID pandemic has forced companies to adopt new ways of working. They have had to reimagine their work and the role of offices/workplaces in creating safe, productive, and enjoyable spaces for employees.
But what does this mean as we move forward? Will previous ways of working be adopted again or have employers realised that these new ways are here to stay? And what does this mean for the physical offices and working spaces. Technology has enabled different working methods so what does the future hold?
22nd April 2021
Hear from John Alker, Director of Policy and Places at the UK Green Building Council who will talk about net zero carbon policy but with some technical explanations of priorities highlighted within the Playbook.
Also Wayne Bexton, Director of Carbon Reduction, Energy and Sustainability at Nottingham City Council and Anna Dodd, Energy and Sustainability Manager at Leicester City Council will talk about their respective plans and strategies for achieving net zero carbon.
18th March 2021
Hear about the British Sugar HQ Award winning building, designed by CPMG Architects.
The building, which was completed in 2018, is home to both British Sugar and its associated group businesses and provides space for some 350 people, adapting to new technologies and new ways of working.
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