Winter maintenance professionals are fully aware of the annual struggle against snow, ice and slush. But with busy winter seasons to run, and resources stretched further than ever, it can be a challenge to keep on top of the latest industry innovations which improve winter service delivery and reduce costs. Until now…
The A New Winter Approach group was formed in 2019 with a clear mission; to create a collaborative environment where the winter maintenance industry can learn from one and other. The group’s unique event format brings together local authorities and innovative winter maintenance specialists through regional ‘roadshow’ conferences held in key locations throughout the UK.
Innovating towards a sustainable future
A New Winter Approach events offer delegates an insight into the future of the winter maintenance industry by bringing information and best practice advice on sustainable innovations, and networking opportunities between different stakeholders, all under one roof.
With discussion topics including the effective treatment of active travel schemes, sustainable methods to protect salt, alternative fuels for the future, and digital transformation within winter service delivery, delegates are guaranteed to leave with inspiring ideas on creating an innovative and sustainable winter maintenance strategy.
Network with industry peers
A New Winter Approach offers a fantastic opportunity to meet and interact with industry peers in a collaborative environment. Delegates can meet other professionals, share their own knowledge and experiences, learn about new technologies, or find new suppliers.
“Attending [A New Winter Approach] was a great opportunity to speak to others in similar roles and to meet some key suppliers.”
The first A New Winter Approach event, held in Central London, brought together over 50 local authorities and winter maintenance experts, with many delegates commenting on the benefits of learning first-hand how the latest developments within the industry have been implemented within other local authorities.
“I’ve never seen so many London Boroughs together in one place” Richard Hayes, Former CEO; Institute of Highway Engineers
Gain CPD points
A New Winter Approach is a Professional Development Partner with the Institute of Highway Engineers. As our events focus around knowledge sharing, all delegates can earn five hour of CPD points by attending one of our events.
Join us in Crewe
On Wednesday 19th October A New Winter Approach will be in Crewe. The event will focus on the future of winter maintenance and how it can be improved in the coming years, with regional specific topics tailored for the north of England.
The day will be packed with specialist winter maintenance service providers including Salt Sense, Winter Service Solutions, Econ, Exactrak, MetDesk, Peacocks Salt, Eurodome, and Findlay Irvine, who will be on hand to discuss the innovative solutions that will enable local authorities and term maintenance contractors to strengthen their approach to winter maintenance now and in years to come.
Spaces are free, but limited, so don’t miss out! Click here to register for your free space.