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The Asset Evolution

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Hilton Birmingham Metropole

Pendigo Way

Marston Green

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The first HTMA Innovate & Develop Event – The Asset Evolution, in partnership with the Future Highways Research Club (FHRC), provides attendees with an opportunity to hear about the dynamic range of new models and innovative thinking, around highways service funding and delivery, which are being scoped by highway authorities that constitute the FHRC. Together with HTMA and the FHRC, the presentations and discussions will look at the practicalities of such ideas, where they merge with established provider practice, or where both may have to adapt or change to ensure effective and efficient highways maintenance and management.




The Highways Term Maintenance Association is establishing a series of events looking at the Innovation across the highways sector. Open to contractors of all sizes, consultancies and local authorities, HTMA Innovate & Develop Events are designed to examine innovative ideas, proposed for the highways sector, challenge those ideas and provide an opportunity to further develop both the ideas and those that will be charged with delivering them, should they become reality.

In a post HMEP world the evolution of structures and best practice continues apace. The focus of the Future Highways Research Club is in sharing good practice arising from strategic transformation programmes and providing a focus on achieving and demonstrating continuous value for money improvement, re-defining the traditional relationships with private sector providers, along with new revenues generation, best practice communication and effective community engagement.




What’s on the Agenda?

Value for Money Assurance

How are the best performing highways authorities delivering continuous value for money improvements? Presenting those tools and case studies examining the lessons learnt, we look at how systems can be evolved to sustain service and value.

Developing a Commercial Portfolio

Distruption, technology and greater commercial acumen offer the opportunity for cost neutrality in highways maintenance, but what does this mean in practice and in terms of the management of the asset and delivery of sustainable maintenance?

Managing Stakeholder expectations

Satisfying the expectations of stakeholders whether service users, operators, funders or managers is a multi-faceted challenge, especially in a time of constant resource constraint. How can this be done better to drive positive outcomes?

Devolving services to community level

In reality, what does this concept mean and how can cost efficiencies and better outcomes be achieved through enhanced community engagement?

Mutuality & Enhanced Collaboration

Achieving better outcomes for the partners and the partnership. What is the next stage of collaboration? Looking beyond standards and setting a new bar; what are the expectations and demands?

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Hilton Birmingham Metropole

Pendigo Way

Marston Green

B40 1PP

United Kingdom

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