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NATIONAL

26 Oct: West Coast Route Modernisation. Defining the needs - providing the infrastructure. ICE. 4pm. Contact Pauline Arundel (020) 7665 2236.

LONDON

28 Sept: Central London congestion charging - The Mayor's initial proposals. ICE. 6:30pm. AGM at 6pm precedes meeting. Contact David Davies (020) 7796 0000.

CHILTERNS 3 Oct: Dam the Yangtze - Report of an ICE visit to the Three Gorges Dam. St Albans Civic Offices. 6:30pm. AGM will follow meeting. Contact Ralph Friend (01279) 758330.

EAST OF SCOTLAND

2 Oct: Paramics transportation modelling in Aberdeen. Westburn Lounge, Aberdeen. 6pm. Contact Ewan Wallace (01224) 665228.

4 Oct: The ICE - What can we do for you? University Conference Centre, Edinburgh. Includes Edinburgh Area Branch AGM. Contact Lindsay Murphy (0771) 427 7696.

EAST MIDLANDS

27 Sept: MPR/AMPR Review. Anglian Water, Thorpe Wood. 6pm. Contact Nicola Perry (01733) 340939.

28 Sept: Chairman's address: The popular perception of the civil engineer (myth & reality). Scottish Engineering Centre, Glasgow. 5:30pm. AGM will follow meeting. Contact Alasdair Maclennan (01324) 483555.

MIDLANDS

28 Sept: The challenges of delivering tomorrow's railway. Midlands Engineering Centre, Birmingham. 6pm. Contact Colin Clinton (024) 7647 4347

NORTHERN

2 Oct: Chairmans address: Problem solving and futurology - The role of research and development in construction'. Trinity Maritime Centre, Newcastle Upon Tyne. 5:45pm. Contact Ann Bridges (0191) 222 6332.

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