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2024 National Air Quality Conference


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 The 2024 National Air Quality Conference

6th November, Prospero House, Borough, London.

We are delighted to announce the 2024 National Air Quality Conference will be heading to a new venue this November, Prospero House, Borough, London on 6th November.

This will be our 5th edition of the event, and as ever, we will be bringing together some of the most important policymakers & leading academics who are working on solutions to the challenges created by air pollution and clean air provision.

Our exhibition will also profile organisations who are offering solutions to the challenges we face in delivering improved air quality.

Super Early Bird tickets for this key event are limited – please use the form below to make the most of these best-value tickets.

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Prospero House is located near London Bridge, Borough Market, and directly opposite Borough Station. The venue features a ground-level entrance and comprises 24 unique meeting rooms across three floors and is ideal for public sector conferences and events.

The venue is centrally located and easily accessible from both the North and South of the River Thames. On the day itself the catering will be another highlight as we will be providing an arrival mini-continental breakfast, unlimited tea and coffee with snacks throughout the day and unique ‘bento boxes’ for the networking lunch.

The Air Quality News team are really excited with this change of venue for 2024 and very much look forward to welcoming all our speakers, delegates, exhibitors and sponsors for another informative and busy networking event – the highlight on the Air Quality News calendar.

Confirmed speakers 

Simon Birkett, Clean Air in London

Simon Birkett is the Founder and Director of Clean Air in London. He has championed full compliance with the World Health Organisation’s most recent air quality guidelines since 2006 to protect public health and the climate.  Simon was the first and only air pollution stakeholder on UNEP’s High Level Inter-Governmental and Stakeholder Advisory Group for its Sixth Global Environment Outlook between 2015 and 2019.  This was the top steering group for the United Nations’ most comprehensive report on the global environment since 2012. 

Simon also Chairs the Knightsbridge Neighbourhood Forum which produced the first ‘made’ neighbourhood plan in central London in December 2018.  Simon has a strong following on ‘X’ (formerly Twitter) (@CleanAirLondon) and has been interviewed and quoted by hundreds of media channels nationally and internationally over more than 15 years.


Fiona Coull, Cross River Partnership

Fiona manages Cross River Partnership’s (CRP) Smarter Greener Logistics. CRP is a public-private, not-for-profit partnership, that has been delivering positive change for London’s residents, businesses and visitors for 30 years.

CRP is currently delivering a range of projects in London, all of which aim to improve air quality and make London a nicer place to live. CRP’s SGL programme is a Defra-funded project that aims to minimise the impact of freight on noise, air quality, traffic and pavement space in London by making improvements across 14 London boroughs and two London Business Improvement Districts (BIDs). The programme also involves increasing the viability of river freight.

Prior to working at CRP, Fiona worked as a consultant on several sustainable transport and Air Quality projects, including the Mayor’s School Air Quality Audit Programme, an initiative aimed at reducing emissions and exposure at 50 primary schools in some of London’s most polluted areas.


Diana Varaden, Imperial College London

With a decade of experience in participatory research, Dr Varaden has led numerous citizen science projects, including the successful Breathe London wearables study, which actively engaged children in research, enabling the collection of a large and unique data set. It simultaneously increased children’s awareness of air pollution, fostering positive changes in their behaviours to reduce exposure.

Dr Varaden is currently deeply involved in the development and delivery of the engagement, involvement, and participatory strategy for the WellHome study, a community-based research project dedicated to investigating indoor air pollution. Her work underscores the importance of involving non-experts in research and promoting public engagement in health and environmental issues.


Nick Ruxton-Boyle – Director of Environment, Marston Holdings

Nick is a chartered transport planner and urban mobility expert with significant professional experience spanning strategic planning to concept design and has gained a wealth of experience in both the public and private sector throughout his career. Nick was head of transport at the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, Technical Director at Project Centre and is currently now Director of Environment at Marston Holdings. He is chair of the editorial panel at the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation. An urbanist, Nick is passionate about the role transport can play in the environment, the economy and society and is currently working on a wide range of air quality projects.

During his presentation Nick will be joined by a local authority partner to outline a detailed air quality joint project ..further details to be announced.


Panel discussion

We will be hosting a panel discussion from the leading experts in the field, where they will be taking questions on pressing matters from the audience.


Below is a taste of what to expect from an Air Quality News event. This was filmed at our Northern Conference, earlier this year. 

Booking

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Tickets - All Prices Excluding VAT


Ticket Price Quantity
Super Early Bird - Public Sector £49.00 Sold out
Super Early Bird - Private Sector £250.00 Sold out
Early Bird - Public Sector £95.00 Sold out
Early Bird - Private Sector £320.00 Sold out
Standard - Public Sector £145.00 Sold out
Standard - Private Sector £390.00 Sold out
Charity and Academia £75.00 Sold out
Super Early Bird – ticket sales close 12th July
Early Bird – ticket sales close 13th Sept
(Limited places only at these discounted rates)


Payment


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Should you wish to pay by invoice, please call Susanne on 01625 614000. Or for any other questions, including sponsorship information, please call Jason on 07889 212414

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