Join us for an informative workshop about the impact of planning, development, and road project decisions on equestrians and the effect these decisions have on all road users.
You will hear from the following speakers before opening up the room to a Q&A discussion:
- Lynda Warth, County Access & Bridleways Officer – Cambridgeshire at the British Horse Society on ‘Introduction – Inclusion of Equestrian Access in Cambridgeshire’
- Mark Weston, Director of Access and Rights of Way at The British Horse Society, on ‘The Equine Industry, multi-user routes, what Government and other bodies are doing to encourage this and the wider UK picture.'
- Alan Hiscox, Director of Safety at The British Horse Society, on ‘Safer Riders, Safer Drivers, Safer Horses'
This event will be of interest to those involved with all aspects of transport including:
Road Safety Agencies and Policies, Highways, Cycle routes, Greater Cambridge Partnership Projects, Local Transport Plan, District Council Planning Officers, Rights of Way, Strategic Planning, Major development sites e.g. Waterbeach, Alconbury, Bourn Airfield
This free event is limited on numbers, please book your place to avoid missing out. Tea and Coffee will be served from 8:45 am for a 9 am start. If you are unable to attend, please pass this invitation to colleagues who could benefit from this CPD session.
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