1 November 2021 | Our Work
Two new members join LCRIG
The Local Council Roads Innovation Group (LCRIG) welcomes two new members this week – OCL Regeneration Ltd join LCRIG as an associate member and Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council join as a council member.
OCL Regeneration Ltd provide market-leading recycled, sustainable building materials & sustainable construction solutions for the UK. The company uses innovative material recycling techniques to provide high quality, sustainable and environmentally friendly construction materials and building materials.
Stuart Gready – Managing Director at OCL Regeneration Ltd commented:
“OCL joined LCRIG in order to increase the profile of our highly sustainable and low carbon products and methods. We hope to be able to engage with more councils and have an effective forum for keeping them up to date with news about our circular economy innovations. Our model is to expand our offering after successful uptake with a number of councils and we believe that LCRIG is a really important platform through which we can share our existing customers and successes to those who are interested in exploring them further.”
LCRIG is delighted to welcome Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council as its 80th council member.
Andrew Moss, Interim Head of Transport Infrastructure, Planning, Regeneration and Transport at Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council commented on the membership:
“We are very pleased to have joined LCRIG. We consider it a significant source of advice, information and networking needed in today’s highways maintenance sector. The extent of membership amongst fellow highway authorities, the amount of detailed knowledge held within LCRIG itself but also amongst its membership gives us confidence that we are talking to the right people. We particularly like the amount of involvement of government representatives in the discussion on the challenges & opportunities we all face, as well as the involvement of the extensive highways maintenance supply chain which further reassures us that LCRIG membership is the right place to be for the latest news and supporting information at the current time.”
The council will now be able to benefit from a wide range of services provided free of charge to our council members. To find out more about the benefits of LCRIG membership, please click here.