31 August 2023 | Collaboration | Our Work
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.