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Ice News

National 13 Jun: HGCRA: how is the four year old brat doing? University of Birmingham. 6pm. Contact Peter Madigan (020) 7665 2214.

13 Jun: Transport Planning Society summer social: Thames Cruise. ICE. 5.30pm. Contact Ann Scannell (020) 7665 2214.

14 Jun: Multi-modal transport conference: Do multi-modal studies assist in meeting transport and environment objectives? ICE.

Contact Marco Forgione (020) 7350 5200.

18-21 Jun: AME annual conference 2002. University of Kent, Canterbury. Contact Rajni Sharma (020) 7665 2318.

18 Jun: Do we have to live with chaos? UK airport development.

University of Surrey. 6.30pm.

Suzanne Scobie (01256) 461 161.

19 Jun: Quantitative risk assessment with contaminated land. ICE. 5.30pm. Contact Dionne Dalgety (020) 7665 2233.

ALGS 19 Jun: Risk management at the Blackwall tunnels. ICE. 6.30pm.

Contact Joanna Holland (020) 7665 2159.

Midlands 18 Jun: To refurbish or redevelop:

is there a sustainable option?

CUBE, Manchester. 4pm. Contact CIRIA (020) 7222 8891.

Northern 14 Jun: River Tees boat trip.

Castlegate Quay, Stockton-on-Tees.

7pm. Contact Niall McKay (01642) 525 200.

Southern 18-20 Jun: Seaworks 2002.

Canary Islands Fruit Terminal, ABP Port of Southampton. 9am.

Contact Bisi Oyekanmi (020) 7665 2239.

19 Jun: Commercial port operations: appreciating the environmental constraints. Canary Islands Fruit Terminal, ABP Port of Southampton. 10am. Contact Bisi Oyekanmi (020) 7665 2239.

Thames Valley 12 Jun: Activities with schools:

Rapid Response Challenge.

Newbury. E-mail suzanne. bland@environmentagency. gov. uk 14 Jun: Presidential visit.

Department of construction management, Reading University.

9.30am. Contact John Done (0118) 988 4816.

Wales 13 Jun: Revision of the Bathing Water Directive: moving from compliance assessment to realtime management. Trevithick Buildings, Cardiff University.

6.15pm. Contact Denys Morgan

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