Connecting to customers and communities - The road to inclusion

Ambrose Quashie (HS2)
  • Empowering Communities – HS2 Social Legacy Programme - London
Aron Clarke (Kier)
  • Maintenance Best Practice - Area 3 Skills Outreach
Belinda Blake (Highways England)
  • Information Share: What supply chain companies are doing to increase accessibility for customers with diverse needs in the communities they serve?
Cat Cliffe (Lower Thames Crossing - Jacobs)
  • Design Best Practice - Lower Thames Crossing Consultation
Chloe Cotterell (Kier)
  • Maintenance Best Practice - Area 3 Skills Outreach
Dan Atkins (Buses4Homeless)
  • Empowering Communities – HS2 Social Legacy Programme - London
Debra Burnett (WaysIntoWork)
  • Maintenance Best Practice - Area 3 Skills Outreach
Evelyn Ismail (Lower Thames Crossing - Cowi)
  • Design Best Practice - Lower Thames Crossing Consultation
George Brentnall (Hull City Council)
  • Construction Best Practice – A63 Considering inclusion in Construction
Ian Streets (HAIG & AboutAccess)
  • Construction Best Practice – A63 Considering inclusion in Construction
Joanna Hitchen (Costain)
  • Construction Best Practice – A63 Considering inclusion in Construction
Lizi Stewart (Atkins)
  • Welcome from the SDF chair
Louise Dailly (SCS Railways)
  • Empowering Communities – HS2 Social Legacy Programme - London
Malcolm Dare (Highways England)
  • Why Supply Chain collaboration is essential to Highways England for ED&I enabling innovative delivery
Mel Clarke (Highways England)
  • Close and thanks – the Road to Inclusion starts with us all
  • Meeting the diverse needs of the customers & communities that Highways England serves
Nick Fearnhead (Balfour Beatty)
  • Construction Best Practice – A63 Considering inclusion in Construction