31 August 2023 | Collaboration | Our Work

LCRIG welcomes new Council Member

The Local Council Roads Innovation Group (LCRIG) is delighted to welcome Nottinghamshire County Council as a Council Member.

Martin Carnaffin, Contract Manager at Nottinghamshire County Council said: “Nottinghamshire County Council is excited to join LCRIG, as it provides us with an opportunity to collaborate with – and learn from – other Local Authorities and a wide range of partner organisations within the highways sector.

We look forward to participating in the numerous initiatives & programmes LCRIG has to offer as well as the opportunities to innovate provided by the Project Amber Framework.

I am confident our membership of LCRIG will allow us to provide a better service for Nottinghamshire’s residents, businesses and highway users.”


LCRIG provides Members with a unique platform to engage with councils, the DfT and the wider highways community.

By joining LCRIG you will connect with a community of like-minded councils, organisations and individuals, all of whom are driving change through innovation and technological advances across the local roads network.

Fully-funded places are available for public sector members, and discounted rates are available for private sector members at LCRIG events.

LCRIG has four membership types:

Local highway authorities and ‘Teckal’ organisations.

Organisations providing products or services to the highways sector.

Government and professional bodies, associations, working/research groups.

Universities and academic research organisations.

As a Community Interest Company (CIC), accredited to ISO44001, the international standard for collaboration, LCRIG’s purpose is to ‘give back to the community’ and we are not for profit.

View our Membership Services here or contact us to find out more.