Head of Policy – London, Freight Transport Association
Natalie leads on regional lobbying activities in the Greater South East area on behalf of FTA’s 14,000 members. This includes developing and shaping transport policy; working closely with the main governmental, political and policy stakeholders in the region; and representing the industry in the media.
In 2012, Natalie played a central coordination and communication role in the management of freight and logistics for the London 2012 Olympic Games for which she received with a special award by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport. Now the focus in on delivering the legacy benefits for the logistics industry including the roll out of quiet night time deliveries, improving access arrangements for freight in London and reducing unnecessary costs such as PCNs.
Natalie read Law at the University of the West of England in Bristol and graduated in 2003. She joined FTA later the same year.
The final stage of delivery to a resident or business in a city centre can often be the most expensive, with congestion, roadworks and loading restrictions proving challenging. We look at some practical solutions to last-mile deliveries…
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