LONDON TRANSPORT AWARDS

3 March 2016

Lancaster London Hotel, W2 2TY

ABOUT THE AWARDS

The London Transport Awards 2016 will be held at the Lancaster London on 3rd March 2016.

We are accepting entries up to 16 October 2015.

The London Transport Awards are about recognising excellence in transport, rewarding innovation and progress for transport initiatives which are really working and driving progress.

DRESS CODE: Lounge Suit

RUNNING ORDER

18:15              Drinks Reception
19:00 Keynote:

19:20 Dinner
21:00 Raffle and Live Auction
21:20

After Dinner Speaker:

21:40 London Transport Awards Presentation
22:30 Close

KEYNOTE SPEAKER


Sir Peter Hendy CBE

Sir Peter Hendy CBE
Transport Commissioner for London

"I am delighted, as always, to support these awards, which recognise all that our industry does every day to deliver for London and the UK, and congratulate those organisations and individuals nominated for their achievements over the last year."

HOST


Rt Hon Michael Portillo

Rt Hon Michael Portillo
Broadcaster and Political Commentator

The former MP and cabinet minister Michael Portillo is now firmly established as a popular broadcaster and political commentator.

Michael began his career in the UK Conservative Party research department, developing policies for reducing the role of the state. He then became an advisor to the Secretary of State for Energy, working on privatisation schemes in oil, gas, electricity and coal.

Winning a parliamentary seat in the 1984 UK General Election, Michael was soon appointed a Government Whip and then Under-Secretary at the Department of Health & Social Security. In turn he was promoted to Minister of State for Transport then Local Government, where he oversaw the abolition of the poll tax. He entered Cabinet as Chief Secretary to the Treasury, controlling public spending and managing departmental allocations. He became Employment Secretary two years later, and finally took over at Defence. In total he served for thirty years in national politics with over a decade as a minister in the Thatcher and Major governments.

After leaving Westminster, Michael reinvented himself as a broadcaster and is a regular on TV and radio. He is perhaps best known for his five series of Great British Railway Journeys and two series of Great Continental Railway Journeys on BBC 2, exploring social and industrial history as he travels.

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