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The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James
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The London Freight Plan by Jonathan James

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AECOM\'s Jonathan James details the London Freight Plan and discusses …

AECOM\'s Jonathan James details the London Freight Plan and discusses
the transferability of these initiatives. Presented at AusIntermodal 2010 (www.ausintermodal.com), download to read more about the practical steps for sustainable freight distribution in urban and regional centres.

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  • 1. UK CASE STUDYPromoting collaboration: The transferability ofLondon Freight Plan initiativesPractical steps for sustainable freight distribution in urban and regional centresJonathan James, Delivery Partner,London Freight Plan and Director, AECOM UK
  • 2. What is Our Definition of freightGoods MovementServicing +UtilitiesWaste
  • 3. The Facts (Strategic)
  • 4. Freight and the London Freight Plan
  • 5. Mayor’s Transport Strategy
  • 6. Is Sustainable Urban Freight evenremotely possible? Promotion of Social impacts Pedestrian Development Physical and Cyclists Intensification & Constraints Mixed Uses Economic Transport Factors modes Urban Area Events – ie Control Schemes Olympics Environmental Restrictions factors and Licensing Regulations
  • 7. How is Freight Viewed?
  • 8. Why we need a fresh approach •We have tried everything else •Freight is a commercial contract with operator and customer •Governments approach is to add a new regulation •Regulation & compliance can increase costs •Awarding freight contracts on cost alone can increases risk of non-compliance, negating benefit of regulation
  • 9. There is More Than One Way to Skin a Cat
  • 10. A New Approach
  • 11. London Freight Plan Economy Profit Social & Safety Safety Environment CSR
  • 12. TfL’s New Approach to Freight Land-use Planning Corporate Responsibility Procurement Condition Uptake Outcomes Less freight traffic growth Fewer Incidents Less illegal kerbside activity Less congestion Reduced operator costs Reduced enforcement Less CO2 and other emissions
  • 13. How London’s Approaches Work Together Freight Operators & Customers/Businesses/ Drivers Premises/Sites Commercial contract Regional and Local Government
  • 14. Freight Operator Recognition Scheme(FORS)
  • 15. FORS vision and development
  • 16. FORS BenefitsDevelopment Planning November 12, 2010 Page 18
  • 17. FORS membership progressionDevelopment Planning November 12, 2010 Page 19
  • 18. FORS-registered depots 1,369FORS – SeptemberFORS-registered vehicles 61,7502010FORS-registered London boroughs 20StatusSilver members 31Bronze members 247Bronze and silver depots 1019Bronze and silver vehicles 43,448Bronze and silver boroughs 13Registered vehicles as a percentage ofcommercial vehicles operating in London 18.7%
  • 19. Average MPG across FORS (all veh types) 14 12FORS – August 2010 10 8 6Benchmarking results 4 2 0 PCNs Per 100K km Incidents Per 100K km250.0 30.0200.0 25.0 20.0150.0 15.0100.0 10.0 50.0 5.0 0.0 0.0
  • 20. Delivery and Servicing PlansConstruction Logistics Plans
  • 21. Delivery and Servicing Plans (DSP) and ConstructionLogistics Plans (CLP)Development Planning November 12, 2010 Page 23
  • 22. How London’s Approaches Work Together Freight Operators & Customers/Businesses/ Drivers Premises/Sites Commercial contract Delivery & Servicing Plans Regional and Local Government
  • 23. Key Aims of a DSP / CLP• Deliveries reduced, rescheduled or consolidated, costs are lower• Cut congestion / environmental impact• Identify legal loading / unloading plans• Encourage ‘green’ procurement• Influence building design to minimise construction related trips• Improve safety compliance
  • 24. Research to understand whats wrong• Conflict between loading, servicing and other road users• Regent St 26,700 vehicles 1 in 5 are goods vehicles• 1 in 5 are associated with Regent Street Marylebone High• 4 in 10 go to offices, only 1 in 5 go Street to retail• Most are 7am - 4 pm• 7 in 10 are van the rest trucks
  • 25. Key Elements of Delivery and Servicing Plans (DSPs)and Construction Logistics Plans (CLPs) Delivery & Servicing Plan / Construction Logistics Plan
  • 26. DSP Output examples Ferrari Regent St Consolidation of every 3 loads into 1 Anthropologie Consolidation of 80-100 small supplier Regent Street consignments / week into 4 loads TfL (Palestra) Deliveries reduced by 20% (from 250/week) Emirates Stadium Deliveries reduced by 20%, consolidated food & milk deliveries Fire Consolidation Centre -£90,000 supply chain Brigade saving University Stationery deliveries reduced by 80% - average invoice value £28, cost to process £20
  • 27. Transferability of London Freight Planinitiatives
  • 28. But I Can’t Do It!
  • 29. Development Planning November 12, 2010 Page 33
  • 30. 3 2 30 31 32 3338 39 50 69 9199 108 117 118119 124 129 130
  • 31. • Policy 12 (Chapter 4) The Mayor, through TfL, and working with the DfT, Network Rail, train operating companies, London boroughs and other stakeholders including business and the freight industry, will seek to improve the distribution of freight through the provision of better access to/from Strategic Industrial Locations, delivery and servicing plans, and other efficiency measures across London. Proposal 117 (Chapter 5 part 6) The Mayor, through TfL, and working with the London boroughs, and other stakeholders in the public and private sectors, will improve the efficiency and effectiveness of freight operations through the promotion of ‘delivery and servicing plans’, ‘construction logistics plans’, the Freight Operator Recognition Scheme, Freight Quality Partnerships and other efficiency measures across London.
  • 32. 2010 London’s Year of Cycling
  • 33. Questions ContactJonathan.James@aecom.com 001144 7961 067284

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