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National 23 May: Delivering a high quality public realm. Council Chamber, London. 9.15am. Fee payable.

Contact Landor Conferences (020) 7582 0128.

23 May: Management lecture series: the future of business management. City University.

6.30pm. Fee payable.

Contact Ann Masat (01895) 623 067.

23 May: Delivering congestion charging. CBI Conference Centre, London. Fee payable. Contact Claire Fitzpatrick (01224) 263 134.

29 May: Solution of vibration problems in the energy industries. ICE. 5.30pm.

Contact Eunice Waddell (020) 7665 2238.

29 May: Integrated transport and land use: what's in it for the developer? ICE. 6pm. Contact Ann Scannell (020) 7665 2229.

Chilterns 23 May: Annual seminar:

sustainability. Cranfield University.

Contact John Kinns (01234) 763 422.

East Midlands 21 May: Stoke on Trent Urban Pollution Management.

Renaissance Hotel. 6.30pm.

Contact John Mattinson (01623) 750 231.

East of Scotland 23 May: Process-based remediation: a real alternative for contaminated land projects.

Scottish Executive, Edinburgh.

4pm. Contact CIRIA (020) 7222 8891.

Glasgow & West of Scotland 23 May: Productive report writing.

Teacher Building, Glasgow.

Fee payable. Contact Thomas Telford Training (020) 7665 2457.

23 May: Sustainable development and engineering. Western Infirmary Lecture Theatre, Glasgow. 5.30pm. Contact University of Glasgow Department of Civil Engineering (0141) 330 4077.

South Eastern 23 May: BS 6399 Part II - the wind code. Clocktower Pavilion, Swanley. 2pm. Fee payable.

Contact Anne Qualters (020) 8289 6444.

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